Radio transmitters modules

TBS Crossfire micro transmitter

Post added on July 24, 2019

TBS Crossfire micro transmitter

The TBS CROSSFIRE is a long range R/C link based on the newest RF technology, capable of self-healing two-way communications and range beyond comprehension. With a sensitivity of -130dB, full RF-side diveristy, tiny receivers for FPV quads, the TBS CROSSFIRE contains the most modern technology to provide a superior long range control link.

Remote control links, however, are tasked with much more than range. Latency, telemetry, robustness against interference, connectivity with smart devices, ease of use and the overall finish are too often sacrificed for that last bit of range. The Crossfire comes with plenty of range, and uses that margin for additional functionality and reliability. A bright future for FPV lies ahead :)

The Crossfire Micro TX borrows the core technology from its larger brother, but is a JR-module transmitter simplified to the most sought-after features, at a killer price! For people looking to do extreme long range flights beyond 15-20km, the Crossfire TX is still the way to go. For anyone looking to penetrate buildings, fly mini quads or just explore your surroundings a few kilometers away, the Micro TX is the perfect companion. It will still go out up to 40km, just like its bigger brother. But it costs less than half the price.

Specifications
Product type Radio transmitter module
Brand Team BlackSheep (TBS)
Radio frequency (megahertz) 868 - 915
Length (millimeter) 65
Width (millimeter) 48
Height (millimeter) 22
Voltage (volt) 4.8 - 7.4 - 11.1
RF power output (milliwatt) 25 - 100 - 250
RF communication protocol CRSF (TBS Crossfire) - CPPM
Number of PWM channels 12
Module slot type JR/Graupner
Radio receiver series TBS Crossfire
RF connector type SMA
Number of RF antennas 1
Bluetooth No
Weight (gram) 48

Where to buy?

Store Price
Team BlackSheep China USD$69.95
GetFPV.com USA USD$69.99

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