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Radiopost TS401 2.4GHz Color LCD Radio

Radiopost TS401 2.4GHz Color LCD Radio

Radiopost proudly announces their new 2.4 GHz Signal Direct Sequence color LCD radio system. New to the RC world bringing extensive experience in radio technology industry as the parent company makes I.C.S repeaters (cell phone amplifier towers) for many high profile companies in the wireless market. Having been in the frontier of cell phone signal communication they are now applying this knowledge in the world of RC. Their transition into the RC market is very exciting and something to watch for. The products are high quality and are being manufactured in Korea. Full support will be provided here in Lake Forest, CA USA. New from the ground up the TS401 radio is built using a proprietary chipset developed by Radiopost ensuring glitch free 2.4 GHz performance. Some key features include embedded antenna, color screen, ergonomic feel, and simple menu interface. Our small receivers can fit in any RC application from 1/18th to 1/5th scale, and also boats.

TS401 Specifications:

Model: TS401
Channel: 4ch
Frequency: 2.4GHz Band SDS
Operating Voltage: 4.4V~ 8.4V
Frame Rate Speed: 5.5ms, 11ms, 16.5ms
Screen Resolution: 240 x 400 (WQVGA)
Power Supply: 5AA Alkaline Dry Cell DC 7.5V
Weight: 1.42 lbs. / 646g (Without Battery)
Dimension: 9.05” x 7.08” x 5.5” (H x W x D)

MSRP $449.99

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Updated: April 6, 2011 — 9:54 AM


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  1. Love my radioipost all the position you can put the wheel at or even move it to the left for left handed drivers. I’ve used it for 5ths scales and 8th and also 1/10. I highly recommend this controller

  2. Good evening, this radio is possible to reverse the steering wheel around like the Futaba 4PKS?

  3. Para cuando se distribuye en EUROPA?

    1. I’m sure it will be, but you may have to check with Radiopost to see who will distribute it for them in Europe

  4. I think the outside-the-box thinking on this Radio. It reminds me of my Nomadio Sensor (which I loved and used up till last year…) I can’t wait to hear how it performs.

  5. Will there be a review coming soon?

  6. I have seen these raidos at RCX11 and they are VERY nice.

  7. that radio doesnt look very good and who would pay $450 for a radio period. i dont care if its airtronics, spectrum, ko propo, or this radiopost brand $450 is too much for a radio

  8. Was the designer blind? That’s the fugliest radio I’ve ever seen. Other than that it seems to be a really nice radio, BUT who in their right mind is going to pay anything close to $450 for an unproven brand?

    1. I like the looks of the radio

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