Jumper T-Lite: Gamepad style 16CH drone transmitter

Photo of Jumper T-Lite remote controller
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The new Jumper T-Lite 16CH transmitter adopts a similar game controller style to the remote controller packed with the DJI FPV drone. The T-Lite comes with two types of built-in radio modules (CC2500/JP4IN1), Hall Sensor Gimbals, and OpenTX firmware.

Instead of an integrated rechargeable LIPO, or standard AA batteries, Jumper opted to power the T-Lite transmitter with a single 18650 battery. The RC comes with an integrated charging unit and a standard USB Type-C port.

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On the front panel, there is a 1.3″ monochrome status screen, four Trim buttons (Up/Down), and 6 configuration buttons. It has two shoulder switches on each side.

Price and availability

Both variants of the Jumper T-Lite transmitter can be pre-ordered with 40% off from Banggood. While the basic edition (CC2500) is listed for $59.99, the advanced version (JP4IN1) for $72.99. Both variants are configured with mode 2 (throttle on left stick). Remember to add to your cart a 18650 type battery, because this is not included with the remote controller. Note: Estimated processing time is starting with December 21.

Jumper T-Lite remote features and specs

  • Cool game controller style design;
  • Powerful STM32F205 MCU and Popular OpenTX firmware;
  • 16CH working mode;
  • CC2500/JP4IN1 multi-protocol RF System;
  • Support extermal Jumper 915 module;
  • Compatible with more than 50 radio protocols (drone communications);
  • Hall Sensor Gimbals;
  • Four shoulder switches (two on each side);
  • Voice and Vibration alerts;
  • Built-in 1.3″ status screen;
  • Removable 18650 battery and built-in charging unit (via USB Type-C port);
  • More than 3KM control range.

Jumper T-Lite compatibility

Built-in RF module CHIP compatibility

  • Jumper T-Lite CC2500 compatibility: Frsky, Futaba SFHSS, Hitec, Radiolink, Esky, and Corona.
  • Jumper T-Lite JP4IN1 compatibility:
    • A7105: Flysky, Hubsan, AFHDS2A, etc;
    • CC2500: Frsky, Futaba SFHSS, Hitec, Radiolink, Esky, Corona, etc;
    • CYRF6936: DSM / DSMX, Walkera Devo, Wfly, etc;
    • NRF24L01: HISKY, Syma, ASSAN, etc.

20 COMMENTS

  1. Hey guys, besides range, are there other benefits to crossfire? All my drones have FrSky and FlySky receivers and I want to buy this Jumper T-Lite. But lately, crossfire seems to become the top 1 transmission, why?

  2. Any of you have experience with BG? how long it takes to process my order? I paid on December 12, and still no tracking number provided for my Jumper T-Lite…

  3. In case you want to nstall an external RF module you have to disable internal radio? If yes, practicaly don’t matter which version you buy!

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