SIKU 6721 CONTROL 32 R/C MAN Truck-Trailer + Remote Control, Scale 1:32
The MAN with low loader from the SIKU CONTROL 32 series is the first SIKU model to have its world premiere with 2.4 GHz remote radio control (ISM channel). Thanks to the remote system, obstacles such as chairs, tables, cupboards and walls are no longer a problem. This is the first time this high-end system is being used for an RC vehicle without an assigned channel.
The remote control and model communicate via a transmit/receive unit to link mode, automatic control and model. One remote control can now be used to control several models. A number of models can be controlled in parallel without having to agree channels and frequencies first.
The system requires only a little aerial, which is integrated in the models/control and is thus out of the way.
The driving and steering functions of the tractor are proportional. The saddle coupling opens electronically. The closing function is mechanical, as with the original. Front and rear driving lights with coloured LEDs. Separately controlled indicators and two rotating lights on the driver's cab complete this unique model. The new POWER BATTERY provides the model with enough power to tow even heavy toy loads, such as the SIKU Control tractors.
The new low loader also has the new transmit/receive unit, and can be controlled independently of the tractor. This means there is no need for a cable connection between the tractor and the trailer. The model's supports and loading ramps have servo motors, and lift and lower electronically. The rear driving light with red LEDs, separately controlled indicators and battery for independent power supply are included in the standard delivery. The set comes with a new charging station.
- Dimensions (L/W/H): approx. 54 cm x 8 cm x 12 cm
- Scale: 1:32
The set includes:
- MAN low loader
- Remote control module
We recommend the purchase of an additional battery,
so there is no need to wait for the battery to charge - guaranteeing even more fun!
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