Unassembled basic radio throttle with 300 degree knob for speed control, two-position direction switch and momentum function.
Like all DelTang transmitter throttles, the center-detented speed control can be either a full-range control or a center-off control, depending on the receiver version.
- Electric drill and bits
- Diagonal cutters
- Wire stripper
- Needle-nose pliers
- #1 Phillips head screwdriver
- Soldering iron (25-35W) with a fairly small tip (1/16″ conical or chisel tip is a good choice)
- Hot air gun (for heat shrink tubing)
- 60/40 rosin-core solder
- 28AWG stranded hookup wire
- 3/32″ or 1/8″ heat shrink tubing
- E6000 or similar glue
- 9V alkaline battery
We suggest downloading our free Assembly and Operating Instructions for the DelTang Tx21 Throttle.
While this product is designed to comply with FCC Rules for Class B devices when assembled as directed and used with the included antenna, it is not has not been FCC Certified. Neither DelTang, nor The On30 Guy make any warranties as to the suitability or legality of this unit in the USA or other countries. Tx-series transmitter throttles only emit enough power to be detectable over a short range, and so should not interfere with other devices FCC-compliant devices operating within general proximity to the transmitter.