Jumper-RC is about to release a new gamepad-style drone transmitter named T-Pro. In the teaser photos, you can see that its design is clearly inspired by TBS Tango 2 controller.
In addition to the built-in 4-in-1 transmission module, the Jumper T-Pro has an ELRS Nano / TBS CRSF Nano compatible module extension bay on the back. It will be natively compatible with most common radio protocols such as DSM2/X, FrSKY, and FlySky.
Jumper T-Pro uses similar half-sensor gimbals as its predecessor the Jumper T-Lite. Now instead of tiny control buttons, it uses a more convenient navigation scroll wheel. It has two button-style switches and a control dial on each side.
The T-Pro controller has a size of 160*128*68 and weighs 488 grams. The transmitter is powered by two pieces of 18650 batteries.
Price and availability
The T-Pro transmitter can be ordered from Banggood for $125.99 with 10% off. The expected shipping time is starting on January 9, 2022.
Jumper T-Pro transmitter features and specs
- Delux gamepad style design with built-in status screen (1.3″ – 128x64pixels);
- Popular opensource OpenTX firmware;
- Integrated JP 4-in-1 multi-protocol module (DSM2/X, FrSKY, SFHSS, FlySky, FlySky AFHDS2A, Hubsan, etc compatible);
- ELRS Nano / TBS CRSF Nano compatible module extension bay;
- Support telemetry and LUA Script;
- Hall Sensor Gimbals;
- Two shoulder buttons and one dial on each side;
- Voice and Vibration alerts;
- Removable 2x 18650 batteries and built-in charging unit (via USB Type-C port);
- External micro SD slot.
Has anyone done a comparison between the Jumper T-Lite and T-Pro? Not sure which one to buy…
So the CC2500 has only FrSky protocol and ELRS is possible only via external TX?
only a facelift or do they also update the internal hardware?