What is the difference between the AR6000 Airplane receiver and the BR6000 Robot receiver?
In robots, for safety reasons, when the signal is lost the fail-safe should be programmed to shut done all functions (drive systems, programmed actions, etc.). In a park flyer, it’s desired that the throttle be shut down and all other functions remain in their last position. The BR6000 robot receiver’s programming will drive all channels to their preset fail-safe positions if the signal is lost (again, for robot safety), while the AR6000 parkflyer aircraft receiver holds the last command on all channels except for throttle. The throttle channel is driven to off if the signal is lost.