Hitec Red technology is trusted by pilots worldwide to provide a supremely reliable and responsive radio link. Incorporating Hitech's AFHSS (Adaptive Frequencey Hopping Spread Spectrum) technology, Hitec Red offers a simple, cost-effective solution for pilots looking to fly any model from the growing range of Hitec Red enabled aircraft from Ares.
Pair to fly with total confidence.
Ready to Fly or Pair to Fly
Technically advanced, the Sopwith Pup incorporates a Hitec Red 2.4GHz radio system that’s compatible with all current 2.4GHz Hitec aircraft transmitters.
The Sopwith Pup Story
With sensitive controls and the ability to remain fully aerobatic at up to 15,000 feet, the World War I-era Sopwith Pup was so light and maneuverable that it became the first aircraft to land on a moving ship in 1917. Nearly 1,800 Pups were built by Sopwith and its sub-contractors between the years 1916 and 1917 when it was at the peak of its operational development.
The Ares [air-eez] Sopwith Pup is a lightweight, three-channel ultra-micro semi-scale model of the original. It features durable foam construction and numerous scale touches such as molded wing rib detail, an authentic trim scheme, plus a wood texture and color propeller and interplane struts. Technically advanced the Sopwith Pup incorporates a Hitec Red 2.4GHz receiver that’s compatible with all current Hitec 2.4GHz aircraft transmitters. For convenience, two versions of this model are available both supplied with Hitec Red protocol: choose either Ready-To-Fly (including a Hitec Red-enabled transmitter and receiver) or Pair-To-Fly (supplied with a Hitec Red receiver that’s compatible with your existing Hitec air transmitter). Weighing less than an ounce, the Sopwith Pup is ideal for indoor flight or outdoor flight in calm conditions.