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Old 09-19-2006, 08:52 AM   #1
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Nomadio REACT

Nomadio's new entry level radio. Estimated street price $299

REACT Stats (may change in production):



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Radio Type: digital spread spectrum 2.4 GHz
Radio Mode: frequency hopping spread spectrum (FHDSS) & direct sequence spread spectrum (DSSS)
Game Mode: Though the USB cable to PC seen as game controller / joystick
Range: 2000ft.
Power Output: 100mW FHDSS / 10mW DSSS
Frame Rate: 100 frames per second FHDSS / 50 frames in DSSS
Total Latency: 5 millisecond max, 2ms typical
Weight (w/Batteries): approximately 18 oz.
Servo Channels: 4
Four cell re-chargeable battery:
Model Memory: 40 named
Controller Battery: Voltage Monitor: graphic and real-time
Receiver Battery: Voltage Monitor: graphic and real-time
Timers: operation and lap timers
Trims: adjustable trims and sub-trims
Controls: dual rate, endpoints, exponential, advanced brake mixing and servo speed adjust on all channels
Anti-Lock: brake anti-lock with adjustable trigger, cycle, delay, depth, and steering trigger
Idle Up: yes
Tactile Alarm: programmable vibrator
Display: Graphic LCD
Resolution: 128 x 96 pixels
Auto Modes: auto display and display only
Presets: failsafe and auto start
Telemetry: real time speed, temperature, and battery supported (sensors purchased separately)
Servos Supported: any combination of analog and digital
PC Connectivity: USB serial for charging, customization, analysis and updates
Antenna: Built in
Architecture: software upgradeable
Transceiver (v2)
Dimensions (cm): 46x29x14 mm
Weight: 14.6 g (including antenna)
Antenna length: 22.8 cm
Antenna thickness: 1.8mm
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Old 09-19-2006, 09:07 AM   #2
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I'm sure that it functions very well but it looks UGLY. I think it looks like a cell phone LOL i bet with a few mods you can probably talk to your wife and race
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Old 09-19-2006, 09:17 AM   #4
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I think it is dialed. Always loved the look of that case.
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Old 09-19-2006, 09:36 AM   #6
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Wow...that radio looks soo familiar
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Old 09-19-2006, 09:37 AM   #7
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looks exactly like the Multiplex Profi car system:

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The cases are exactly the same.
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Old 09-19-2006, 09:43 AM   #9
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The cases are exactly the same.

Why not? It definately saves a lot of money not having to make a seperate case for it.
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Old 09-19-2006, 09:46 AM   #10
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True...but look at Nomadio's first one. That design was new.
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Old 09-19-2006, 10:29 AM   #11
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Looks decent and by them using someone elses case it keeps Your cost way down For what you get and a street price of say 250 or less, its a steal. Although I like the Sensor better with the swival screen and such
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I like the looks of it

Its the M8's & 11's that are fugly to me


OK, I'm short on time to read the article.... so what does the the original nomadio have over the react? just wondering.
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Looks like a radar gun.

Good of them to make it, it means more people can get in on this new technology .
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Old 09-19-2006, 11:35 AM   #14
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Only 18oz's! It's going to be light as a feather! I like it.

How much does the Sensor weigh with batteries?

I'm curious how much my M8 w/ Spektrum & 8 AA's weighs?

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The only performance differance--if you call it that is you loose the swival screen and WAV files! Thats it. Plus its very light
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Only 18oz's! It's going to be light as a feather! I like it.

How much does the Sensor weigh with batteries?

I'm curious how much my M8 w/ Spektrum & 8 AA's weighs?

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My scale says 1lb 9.2oz..thought it was lighter. Still like the original design but nice to see Nomadio making steps to make new things.
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Does it have a "idle up" feature like the 3PK?
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Does it have a "idle up" feature like the 3PK?



Read first post--the answer is......................
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My scale says 1lb 9.2oz..thought it was lighter. Still like the original design but nice to see Nomadio making steps to make new things.


Wow! 7.2 oz's is a lot.

I'm scared to weigh my M8 now...lol

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Put both of these on a scale to tell the weight diffrence. Both have spektrum both have 8 double a batteries installed.
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M11 weight = 2 lbs 3.7 ozs
Z-1 weight = 1 lb 12.2 ozs


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wav files what did that do?
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My Sensor is 1lb 10oz with a handle wrap on it and the body is painted. So I am sure take a couple ounces off removing the tennis racket wrap, the paint and all the stickers covering it. 4 cell 2700 flat power pack.
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so it just has no sounds. and no swivling screen??
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i think if it's priced in line with the DX Spektrum line(low $200's), it should do well. i know it's a total different type of system, but still
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i think if it's priced in line with the DX Spektrum line(low $200's), it should do well. i know it's a total different type of system, but still

I think it will be about $299. And thats CHEAP for what your getting!!
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Old 09-20-2006, 08:19 AM   #28
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What is advanced brake mixing ?

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More of a 1/5th scale onroad thing using multi-servos front/rear, abs, etc
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Can also be used for converting a nitro moster truck to electric. Like if you do a truck with a gearbox, it is one way, so you need mechanical brakes, but you dont want that brake servo to be used like a throttle servo. So it only brakes.
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Think I read somewhere that if you can find a Hobbyshop that has HRP as a distributer you can get it 30days sooner. So I would say it should be out in a month...
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Nomadio REACT radio

Something was up with the one I was going to get so this one had just came back from DI getting a full body wrap so it got sent Very pimp looking with the wrap. Me likes!

I think there was only something like 4 of them at the Chicago show so this is one of them. This one doesn't have the plug for the antenna hole and it is missing something inside that oem ones will have. A expansion slot for something. Close enough to production. If all goes well this weekend and the developers tighten up the software they "should" start shipping to distributors late next week.

Silly light. No need whatsoever for messing around with LiPo batts imho.

1lb 1.9oz with the oem 800ma AA stick pack. (w/wrap)

1lb 3.2oz with my 2700ma flat pack. (w/wrap)

My Sensor is 1lb 10.0oz with the 2700ma Ballistic pack in it.

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That sticker rap is pimp..Good luck with it Tom..
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Looks like the trigger is adjustable for fat/skinny fingers too.....Will that be a feature in the production models?
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Silly light. No need whatsoever for messing around with LiPo batts imho.


Unless you're LiPo everything

NiMh and NiCd's are so 20th century ....hahaha

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