TBS Crossfire Diversity Nano RX - FPV Long Range Drone Receiver

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ATTENTION!   Update your Crossfire Transmitter to V2.88 or above before binding!   Yet again TBS is redefining long range flying! With the TBS Crossfire Diversity Nano RX we have taken the most powerful Crossfire receiver. Presenting the smallest full-fledged diversity receiver of any frequency, even boasting a power-redundancy circuit...

ATTENTION!

 

Update your Crossfire Transmitter to V2.88 or above before binding!

 

Yet again TBS is redefining long range flying! With the TBS Crossfire Diversity Nano RX we have taken the most powerful Crossfire receiver. Presenting the smallest full-fledged diversity receiver of any frequency, even boasting a power-redundancy circuit (battery not included!)

True Diversity, Full range

 

The TBS CROSSFIRE Diversity Nano Receiver is a compact R/C receiver with 8ch outputs (PPM, SBUS, and CRSF capable), with best-in-industry noise-rejection and record-breaking range capability. It is the only receiver to provide a true dual-input stage, chip-based diversity, with the usual filtering and noise rejection from onboard video systems.

Beacon Mode

 

Ever lost a plane and spent hours looking for it? Enter the TBS CROSSFIRE beacon mode. The diversity nano receiver comes with a LiPo battery port where you can connect an optional backup port (1s). It will keep the receiver running for a full day after all onboard electronics are gone. It will be screaming for help by giving you its GPS coordinates, and also blasting out RF beacon signals that will allow you to pinpoint its location even if no GPS was ever on your airplane. The backup battery (1s) will also be charged as soon as you apply power to the rig. 

Specifications

 
  • Weight: 1.8g (receiver only)
  • Size: 24mm x 18mm
  • Requires: Firmware V2.87

Includes

 
  • 1x TBS Crossfire Diversity Nano Receiver
  • 2x TBS Crossfire Micro Receiver Antenna
  • 1x Spare shrink tube
  • 14x 30awg silicon connection wires

Downloads

 

 


 

Type: 

Receiver

Vendor: 

Team Black Sheep

SKU: 

TBS-CDNRX

Weight: 

0.2 lb


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Electronics

Customer Reviews

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Rachel G.
The smallest most featured receiver

A long range must, add a small back up battery and you'll know the last location coordinates, before losing main power, or get location updates, if your GPS stays powered... 8 programable channels!

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David C.
Works Great

Works great. Binds immediately. No problems at all

K
KARL R.
Awesome

Was getting failsafe with the Nano RX 4.5 miles aways maybe due to interference, but with Diversity, I've had no issues but warnings. A must for long range.

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Lawrence C.
The Best Mid/Long Range Diversity Receiver

I use the "TBS Diversity Reciever" in all of my Mid/Long Range Rigs.

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Christopher F.
Haven't installed

Haven't installed yet ,but way things have been going lately I'd better get at it to make sure everything works properly

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Faust_FPV
What's a failsafe...?

Solid connection in any direction 1.5 miles out. Haven't had much opportunity to test further here with the winter season approaching. So far, its the reliability you can expect from TBS. Imo, it's like having 2x nano's on board.

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Luis A.
Signal strong

Getting this little device gives you as much peace of mind as getting insurance, but there’s no need to worry about filing a claim bc it’s almost guaranteed that your quad will come back on command bc the signal is strong.

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Philip L.
Small, works well with TBS Unify

Since there are two antennas, I use an Immortal T and the stock antenna in an orthogonal orientation. Pretty consistent LQ in general.
Note that this RX can connect with your TBS VTX in serial mode! Therefore, on your controller's Crossfire menu, you can change VTX settings without pushing counting LED blinks and pushing a tiny button (replacing smart audio as well). Furthermore, the Diversity Nano can use a backup battery, but I haven't really found out how to configure it yet...

J
Joel W.
Crossfire -but better ;)

I love my Nano RX crossfires, but this is even better. Pricier, but the option to have a 2nd immortal T oriented differently on the quad gives me no dead zone, 360 degree coverage even though I mount my antennas horizontally. a must have for long range to protect against failsafeing when turning around into a dead zone.

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German J.

The best receiver ever, thanksssss

Customer Reviews

Based on 10 reviews
90%
(9)
10%
(1)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
R
Rachel G.
The smallest most featured receiver

A long range must, add a small back up battery and you'll know the last location coordinates, before losing main power, or get location updates, if your GPS stays powered... 8 programable channels!

D
David C.
Works Great

Works great. Binds immediately. No problems at all

K
KARL R.
Awesome

Was getting failsafe with the Nano RX 4.5 miles aways maybe due to interference, but with Diversity, I've had no issues but warnings. A must for long range.

L
Lawrence C.
The Best Mid/Long Range Diversity Receiver

I use the "TBS Diversity Reciever" in all of my Mid/Long Range Rigs.

C
Christopher F.
Haven't installed

Haven't installed yet ,but way things have been going lately I'd better get at it to make sure everything works properly

F
Faust_FPV
What's a failsafe...?

Solid connection in any direction 1.5 miles out. Haven't had much opportunity to test further here with the winter season approaching. So far, its the reliability you can expect from TBS. Imo, it's like having 2x nano's on board.

L
Luis A.
Signal strong

Getting this little device gives you as much peace of mind as getting insurance, but there’s no need to worry about filing a claim bc it’s almost guaranteed that your quad will come back on command bc the signal is strong.

P
Philip L.
Small, works well with TBS Unify

Since there are two antennas, I use an Immortal T and the stock antenna in an orthogonal orientation. Pretty consistent LQ in general.
Note that this RX can connect with your TBS VTX in serial mode! Therefore, on your controller's Crossfire menu, you can change VTX settings without pushing counting LED blinks and pushing a tiny button (replacing smart audio as well). Furthermore, the Diversity Nano can use a backup battery, but I haven't really found out how to configure it yet...

J
Joel W.
Crossfire -but better ;)

I love my Nano RX crossfires, but this is even better. Pricier, but the option to have a 2nd immortal T oriented differently on the quad gives me no dead zone, 360 degree coverage even though I mount my antennas horizontally. a must have for long range to protect against failsafeing when turning around into a dead zone.

G
German J.

The best receiver ever, thanksssss