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FrSky XJT Telemetry Module 16CH JR/ Graupner Type

$52.49

 

 

 

FrSky XJT Telemetry Module 16CH JR/ Graupner Type 

FrSky XJT 2

FrSky XJT is a great choice if your transmitter is compatible with the JR style modules. The latest upgrade to the FrSky Telemetry Radio System now features up to 16 channels and the new Smart Port for duplex communications with X series receivers. (Only certain transmitters are capable of sending 16 channels to the XJT.)  The module is compatible with both the V8, D, LR and X Series (telemetry) receivers from FrSky.  Add the XJT to the back of your FrSky Taranis transmitter for 32 channel in total!  You may  need FrSky Receiver.

FrSky XJT module
FrSky XJT Features:

  • Advanced Continuous Channel Shifting Technology (ACCST SYSTEM) achieves highly reliable link in interference rich environments.
  • Smart Port - Full Duplex communication
  • Easy to bind and instant link-up
  • Excellent reboot times
  • All channels failsafe
  • Quick response
  • Very smooth servo movement
  • Alarm on events of receiver (low battery voltages, poor reception, etc.)
  • Error-free link, by using 48bits CRC algorithm
  • Firmware upgradable

FrSky XJT module 2

FrSky XJT Compatibility:

  • V8 Series: (Non-Telemetry receivers) V8FR-II, V8R7-II, V8R4-II, VD5M
  • D Series: (Telemetry receivers) D8R, D8R-II, D8R-II Plus, D8RSP, D8R-XP, D6FR, D4FR, D4R-II, etc.
  • X Series: (Telemetry receivers)  X8R, X6R, X4R, etc.
  • LR Series: (Long Range receivers)  L9R

FrSky XJT module 3

Compatible with the following transmitters:

  • JR: 347, 388, 783, U8, PCM10, PCM10S, PCM10SX, PCM10IIS, 8103, J9303, MX-22, MX-24S, PX, 9XII, Eurgle 9X, Turnigy 9X and more.

FrSky XJT Specifications:

  • Operating Voltage Range: 6.0V-15.0V
  • Operating Current: 140mA (at 6V), 80mA (at 12V)
  • Output Power: less than or equal to 100mW

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  • Manufactured by: FrSky

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