Ergonomic Design

The unique TQ design features precise balance and a natural feel, with an ample grip area and molded-in thumb rest for total comfort, even during all-day driving sessions. The throttle trigger can be set for 50/50 or 70/30 throw, and the wide trigger gives comfortable, precise control. The four-channel transmitter features a rocker switch placed for easy thumb access, and a 3-position switch positioned next to the wheel for fingertip control. The TQ 2.4GHz uses just four AA batteries, saving weight and money.

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High Output Signal For Maximum Range



Top-level performance is what you expect from Traxxas, so the TQ 2.4GHz High Output transmitter pumps out a strong, clear signal for optimum range. The 13ms frame rate and near zero latency results in instant steering and throttle response with precise, smooth control.

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Simple 2-Button Interface


All of the TQ 2.4GHz radio system's advanced functions are selected and adjusted using a simple 2-button interface. MENU and SET are all you need to navigate to the functions you wish to adjust, and the Status LED confirms each selection. Traxxas' advanced electronics give experienced drivers pro-level adjustability, without compromising simple operation when it's time to play and have fun.

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Multi-Function Knob

The Multi-Function knob is key to the transmitter's adjustability. By using the MENU and SET buttons, a variety or performance parameters can be assigned to the Multi-Function knob for easy, on-the-fly adjustment without need for an LCD screen. From the factory, the Multi-Function knob controls steering sensitivity, also known as exponential or "expo." The Multi-Function knob can also be set to control Throttle Sensitivity (Expo), Steering Percentage (Dual Rate), Braking Percentage (Dual Rate), and Throttle Trim. The Multi-Function knob can also be locked to prevent unwanted setting changes.

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Steering and Throttle Sensitivity (Expo)

The TQ2.4GHz transmitter's Multi-Function knob can be programmed to control Steering and Throttle Sensitivity, also known as exponential. This is a powerful tuning aid that can help tame a "loose" track, improve throttle control, and help you turn faster, more consistent laps. When set for minimum sensitivity (zero exponential), steering or throttle response is linear: the steering or throttle response will correspond exactly with the input from the transmitter's steering wheel. Turning the Multi-Function knob clockwise will result in "negative exponential" and decrease steering or throttle sensitivity by making the servo less responsive near neutral, with increasing sensitivity as the servo nears the limits of its travel range. The farther you turn the knob, the more pronounced the change in steering servo movement will be. The term "exponential" comes from this effect; the servo's travel changes exponentially relative to the input from the steering wheel. The exponential effect is indicated as a percentage—the greater the percentage, the greater the effect.

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Steering and Braking Dual Rate

The Multi-Function knob can be set to control the amount (percentage) of servo travel applied to steering. Turning the Multi-Function knob fully clockwise will deliver maximum steering throw; turning the knob counter-clockwise reduces steering throw. Many racers set Dual Rate so they have only as much steering throw as they need for the track's tightest turn, thus making the vehicle easier to drive throughout the rest of the course. Reducing steering throw can also be useful in making a vehicle easier to control on high-traction surfaces, and limiting steering output for oval racing where large amounts of steering travel are not required.

The Multi-Function knob may also be set to control the amount of brake travel applied by the servo in a nitro-powered model. Electric models do not have a servo-operated brake, but the Braking Percentage function still operates the same way in electric models. Turning the Multi-Function knob full clockwise will deliver maximum brake throw; turning the knob counter-clockwise reduces brake throw. This is a very useful feature for preventing spin-outs due to brake lock-up on slick tracks; just dial out unwanted brake travel for more precise control.

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Steering and Throttle End Points

The TQ 2.4GHz transmitter allows you to choose the limit of the servo's travel range (or its "end point") independently for left and right travel (on the steering channel) and throttle/brake travel (on the throttle channel). This allows you to fine-tune the servo settings to prevent binding caused by the servo moving steering or throttle linkages (in the case of a nitro car) farther than their mechanical limits. The end point adjustment settings you select will represent what you wish to be the servo's maximum travel; the Steering Percentage or Braking Percentage functions will not override the End Point settings.

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Steering and Throttle Sub-Trim

The Sub-Trim function is used to precisely set the neutral point of the steering or throttle servo in the event that simply setting the trim knob to "zero" does not completely center the servo. When selected, Sub-Trim allows finer adjustment to the servo output shaft's position for precise setting of the neutral point. This is particularly useful for high-speed vehicles such as the Nitro 4-Tec 3.3, Jato 3.3, and VXL brushless models that require laser-straight tracking when the steering wheel is at neutral.

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5-channel Micro Receiver with Fail-Safe Security

The TQ 2.4GHz High Output's micro receiver fits easily into any vehicle, and features dual channel-1 outputs for easy installation in vehicles with dual steering servos—no Y-harness necessary! The integrated LINK button makes it fast and easy to bind the receiver, and the two-color LED indicates power-on and bind status for fool-proof control and convenience. Traxxas Link allows the receiver to recognize up to twenty TQ 2.4Ghz Traxxas Link enabled transmitters—just switch on and drive. In the event of signal loss due to an accidental switch-off or depleted batteries, the receiver will automatically return the throttle to neutral and hold the last commanded steering position. The Fail Safe programming is built-in and does not need to be set or activated.

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Operates On Just 4 AA Batteries


The TQ 2.4GHz High Output requires only four AA alkaline batteries to deliver premium long-range control. That saves money, and reduces the weight of the transmitter for all-day driving comfort.

 

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Traxxas Support

Unparalleled support comes standard with every Traxxas product, including the TQ2.4GHZ radio system. Traxxas offers the most extensive product support base in the industry, with parts and service available from a network of nearly 2,000 hobby dealers worldwide. Nobody works harder than Traxxas to be accessible to you. We have friendly toll-free phone support that's available from 8:30am to 9pm central time weekdays. Just call 1-888-TRAXXAS. We also offer e-mail support anytime at support@Traxxas.com. Traxxas models and products are about experiencing total performance and satisfaction, not just in the products, but also with the company that stands behind them.

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Lifetime Electronics Warranty

The TQ 2.4GHz High Output radio system, like all Traxxas electronics, features the extra peace-of-mind of our exclusive Lifetime Electronics Warranty. After the expiration of the standard 30-day warranty, Traxxas will repair or replace damaged electronics for a low flat-rate fee, no questions asked. It’s Traxxas support you can count on to maintain top performance.