While the ELRS Nano TX Module was designed for transmitters with ‘Lite’ bay such as Frsky Taranis X-Lite, Taranis X9D Lite, TBS Tango 2, or Jumper T-lite, the new ELRS Micro TX Module is for larger controllers with JR/SLIM bay (e.g. Frsky Taranis X9D or TBS Mambo).
The ELRS Micro TX module is based on the ExpressLRS project, an open-source wireless radio communication for RC applications. ExpressLRS aims to achieve the best possible link performance in both speeds, latency, and range. This makes ExpressLRS one of the fastest radio links available while still offering long-range performance.
On the front panel, it has a nice status LCD, futuristic RGB LED light and a control 5D button. ExpressLRS uses the Crossfire serial protocol (AKA CRSF protocol) to communicate between the RX module and flight controller.
BetaFPV ELRS Micro TX Tehnical Specification
- ELRS 2.4G, 915MHz and 868MHz frequency versions;
- Packet refresh rate: 25Hz/50Hz/100Hz/200Hz (915MHz/868MHz), 50Hz/150Hz/250Hz/500Hz (2.4GHz);
- RF output power: 25mW/50mW/100mW/250mW/500mW (2.4GHz), 100mW/250mW/500mW (915MHz/868MHz);
- Frequency bands (Micro RF Module 2.4G version): 2.4GHz ISM;
- Frequency bands (Micro RF Module 915MHz/868MHz version): 915MHz FCC/868MHz EU
- Input voltage: 5V~12V (XT30 port – recommend 2S/8.4V);
- USB port: Type-C;
- JR/SLIM module bay compatible.