Jumper-RC simply revealed their new full-size radio transmitter with a built-in ExpressELRS module of as much as 1W. The Jumper T20 was introduced with two gimbal choices (Corridor Sensor or RDC90) and two ELRS frequencies (915MHz or 2.4GHz).
The Jumper T20 controller fits all remote-controlled machines, together with RX helicopters, Multi-axis drones, RC boats, RC automobiles, and Mounted wing planes. It runs on in style open-source EdgeTX firmware that may be upgraded with a USB port or micro SD card.
Two 21700 LiIon batteries energy the transmitter for an extended operation time. It has an XT30 connector to energy an exterior TX module.
Jumper’s new T-20 controller measures 185x188x68mm and weighs virtually 500 grams w/o batteries. It has anti-slip padding on each grips and a steel handler for simple manipulation.
- Appropriate for RC helicopters, Multi-axis drones, RC boats, RC automobiles, and Mounted wing planes
- Widespread opensource EdgeTX firmware
- ExpressELRS (915MHz/2.4GHz) long-range transmission protocol
- Replaceable antenna
- Elective Corridor Sensor or RDC90 Gimbals
- Exterior heatsink for highly effective ELRS modules
- Centrally designed management interface with auxiliary throttle channels, steel CNC rollers, and OLED display
- Common growth bay for exterior radio modules
- MCU: STM32F407ZET6
- Display screen: OLED 1.3″ (decision 128*64)
- Rocker Stick Dimension: Customary
- Corridor Sensor gimbals: Corridor sensor / RDC90
- Constructed-in RF: ELRS (915MHz/2.4GHz)
- Transmission energy: max 1000mw
- Antenna interface: SMA
- Exterior module interface: reserved (1.25mm-SP)
- Exterior module energy provide: XT30 (2S2A output)
- TF card: built-in chip (formally really useful by E0GETX)
- Working voltage: 6-8.4v
- Battery: 2pcs of 21700
- Dimension: 185x188x68mm
- Weight: 448g (w/o battery)