TBS Multi Protocol Module Transmitter Module

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TBS-MPM
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TBS Multi Protocol Module (MPM) Transmitter Module, compatible with OpenTX / FreedomTX for TBS Tango 2, X-Lite and X9 Lite (X9 lite needs adapter, sold separately below!) The TBS MPM, designed in collaboration with RadioMaster, features the four main RF chipsets (CC2500, NRF24L01, A7105 and CYRF6936) all integrated in a...

TBS Multi Protocol Module (MPM) Transmitter Module, compatible with OpenTX / FreedomTX for TBS Tango 2, X-Lite and X9 Lite (X9 lite needs adapter, sold separately below!)

The TBS MPM, designed in collaboration with RadioMaster, features the four main RF chipsets (CC2500, NRF24L01, A7105 and CYRF6936) all integrated in a single product. Thanks to OpenSource developers, compatibility with most common R/C protocols is provided through a single module, powered by OpenTX / FreedomTX. With an integrated RF amplifier, the module provides competitive range.

SPECIFICATIONS:

  • Input voltage: 6-9v
  • Current: ~100mA
  • Operating frequency: 2.4GHz ISM band
  • RF power: +20DBM (100mW)
  • Main Chipset: STM32
  • Opensource Repo: Github
  • Model compatibility: Alphabetical List (external)
  • Firmware updatable via USB-C port
Type: 

Radio TX

Vendor: 

Team Black Sheep

SKU: 

TBS-MPM

Weight: 

0.25 lb


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Henlo d.T.
What a powerful module!

What a powerful module! Nice & tight fit to the Module Bay Add-on. By adding this module the Tango 2 will not be able to stand on it's antenna anymore but it's not an issue for me. The ability to use multiple frequencies outweigh the weight added to the Tx.

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Henlo d.T.
What a powerful module!

What a powerful module! Nice & tight fit to the Module Bay Add-on. By adding this module the Tango 2 will not be able to stand on it's antenna anymore but it's not an issue for me. The ability to use multiple frequencies outweigh the weight added to the Tx.