RX+® Receiver

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Product Overview

  • Ultra-Long Range™
  • Digital circuitry
  • Low battery drain
  • Battery life indication when receiver is switched on (4 x green LEDs indicates full/close to full, 3 x green LEDs indicates the batteries are used, but do not need replacing, 2 x orange LEDs indicates the batteries are becoming low, 1 x red LED indicates batteries are low and need replacing)
  • Low battery warning (LEDs will flash cyan periodically indicating the batteries need replacing)
  • Alarm low battery warning (when RX+ head turns to low battery warning so will the receiver for that particular alarm, again changing colour to cyan)
  • Vibration alert function (via switch on rear)
  • Bivvy light function (via switch on rear, see below for more details)
  • Anti-theft alarm
  • Easy RX+ Micron registration (via switch at rear)
  • Indicator LEDs with Colour Sync™
  • On/Off & volume control
  • High quality cone speaker
  • Lanyard attachment point
  • Requires 3 x AA batteries
  • RX+ single heads, 2-rod, 3-rod and 4-rod presentation sets also available separately 

 Improved features over NTX-R Receiver

  • Larger indicator LED windows, visible from both the front and the top of the receiver
  • Optional bivvy light function when you receive a bite
  • Free standing design for placing on bivvy table/bucket lid
  • Soft grip casing
  • Ability to sync up to eight RX+ Micron heads
  • Stronger radio performance
  • Silent ON mode, full receiver function but with no sound output

Bivvy Light function

When the bivvy light feature is turned on via the switch on the back of the receiver it will behave in the following ways:

  • The indication lights on the receiver will be dimmed slightly to prevent the receiver emitting too much light whilst the bivvy light is active
  • The bivvy light will only come on if three bite triggers are received in quick succession to prevent liners and false indication turning your bivvy light on unnecessarily
  • The bivvy light will fade into full brightness and remain on whilst the alarm continues to send trigger signals to the receiver. The light will fade out to nothing in the 5 seconds after the trigger lights have gone out on the receiver as long as no more indications are received

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