Serial & Digital Output on Graupner Receivers

If you would like to connect your Graupner radio system to a third-party product such as flight controllers, power extenders or any device that uses a compatible protocol to communicate with RC receivers. The
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Graupner Radios back in Stock!

Graupner Radios back in Stock!

We are pleased to announce that Graupner radios are now back in stock and ready to ship! Combined with a wide selection of receivers, accessories such as radio batteries, HoTT speed controllers and telemetry modules you can now configure a
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Product Support Resources

Product Support Resources

In our efforts to keep our customers continuously updated about our products and their capabilities we have set up a special resources pages with tutorials, how-to, manuals and software all conveniently at one place for easy and immediate access.
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Firmware 1.038 Update for Graupner mz-16 and mz-32 Radio Systems

Firmware 1.038 Update for Graupner mz-16 and mz-32 Radio Systems

We are pleased to announce the first firmware release after Graupner’s restructuring. This release was long overdue, and we hope that it will start a new beginning for many new enhancements and features in the near future. This release
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Using Analog & Digital Servos with Graupner Radios

All Graupner systems can seamlessly operate with older analog servos and the newer digital high voltage servos. By default, Graupner receivers are set to work with analog servos with an output period of 20ms
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What are the differences between Graupner GR-12L and GR-12 Receivers?

The primary differences between those two receiver models are the software.  The GR-12 has additional curve mixers digital switches and supports serial outputs such as SUMI, SUMD, SBUS, SUMO, and SUMD3 support for the mz-32 to enable signal
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Graupner Back in the USA

Graupner Back in the USA

Thank you for visiting our blog and new website.    We are glad to announce that Control Hobbies is now the new distributor for Graupner products in the Americas!   We are formerly Graupner
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Setting up a receiver as satellite (any Graupner HoTT radio)

You can add a satellite receiver to increase antenna diversity and improve reception if needed.  Before doing so, we recommend that you consult your telemetry log files first, as there may well be other factors at play that contribute to
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