Reliable communication with Graupner HoTT radios is no issue
for the Graupner GR-16L 8ch 2.4 GHz receiver, suitable for any type of
application including 3D airplanes, pattern planes, full house electric gliders
and sport flyers. You will benefit from constant,
real-time information monitoring of receiver voltage, receiver temperature and
signal strength that is transmitted back to the radio without the need for
The dual, full range 2.4 GHz diversity antenna system continually
hops to the better antenna signal, utilizing the last antenna used for receiving
telemetry downlink transmissions. This ensures that the return channel data is
transmitted via the better positioned antenna, assuring you that telemetry
information is always available for a safe and secure flight.
- Up to 75 channel hopping for extreme operating reliability
and immunity to external interference
- Broad voltage ranges of 3.6 V - 8.4 V (functional to 2.5 V)
ensures safe operation even during voltage fluctuation
- Dual power connections
- Wireless setup and access technology
- LED to show operating status
- Increased receiver input sensitivity providing a vertical
range of up to 4000 meters
- Easy, front access servo connections
- Fail-safe, hold, OFF and standard programmable directly from
radio or receiver (channel 1: fail-safe; all others: hold)
- Programmable warning thresholds for low voltage, low or high
- Real-time wireless flight data recording
- Ultra-fast re-binding with HoTT radio
- Digital output (SUMD, SUMDV3, SUMDIN, SUMO, SUMI, SBUS) at input or output connector for flight controllers like V-Stabi, Microbeast, Brain, Bavarian Demone, 3Digi, Naze, et al
- Selectable frame rates between 10ms to 20ms
- Compact and lightweight
Graupner's very nice 8-channel receiver
This is the third one of these receivers I've bought. I use them in a PPM setup, delivering 12 channels to my autopilot, (set up by transmitter), and offering me seven PWM servo connections. It has the best receiver in it, diversity, and delivers range of several kilometers if your transmitter is a bit elevated and in a place that's not blocked by heavy trees or building. For me, and excellent product.
Reviewed by: James Miller from France, Nevers on 12/15/2016
BONDS WITH THE MZ 12 IMMEDIATELY NO HESITATION WORKS GREAT WITH ALL MY SPEED KITS. THANKS AGAIN TEST FLITE. YOU'VE DONE IT AGAIN
Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer) H M LUND from Flite Test on 3/22/2016
Solid, and the size is nice and small.
Reviewed by: Warren from Torrance on 6/8/2017
Graupner receivers are a great product. Been using graupner for almost two years and not an issue at all.
Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer) Mario Agius from Melbourne Australia on 1/15/2018
Love the switch to Graupner
Making the switch from JR/Specktrum to Graupner has been pretty easy. Receivers like the GR-16L and the MZ-24 PRO have really made the switch over painless. No more satellite receivers, no Sbus hoops. Plain and simple, and it works! Fully programable from the transmitter, great telemetry too.
Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer) Bryan Wood from Meridian, Idaho on 3/12/2018
GRAUPNER GR-16L - 8 CHANNEL 2.4GHZ RECEIVER
THIS RECEIVER WORKS GREAT
Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer) RAYMOND GROSES from Flite Test on 9/11/2016
Great compact and light receiver with telemetry. Another great product from Graupner!
Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer) Miguel Munoz from BAYVILLE on 6/21/2018
I've really been liking these Graupner receivers (I have three 24L, three 16L and two 12L) and actually the whole Graupner system. I had an issue with one 12L that would not bind but Doug at Graupner swapped it out for a new one and now all ,my receivers bind first try. I must say the binding process is so much easier than my Hitec Aurora 9. The size and price of the entire line of Graupner receivers is terrific. Most folks around here fly Spektrum because that's what the local hobby shops sell. For the price of a Spektrum 12 channel receiver I can have two Graupners and change left over. Very satisfied customer.
Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer) Dennis Schuld from Billings, MT on 6/26/2018