The Team BlackSheep Crossfire Micro TX borrows the core technology from its larger brother, but is packaged in the small JR-module transmitter form. Simplified to the most sought-after features, at a great price. For pilots looking to do extreme long range flights beyond 15-20km, the TBS Crossfire TX is still the way to go. For anyone looking to penetrate buildings, fly racing drones, mini quads or just explore your surroundings up to a few kilometers away, the TBS Micro TX is the perfect choice. It will still provide smart-phone connectivity, just like its bigger brother. It will still go out up to 40km. But it costs less than half the price.
Remote control links, however, are tasked with much more than range. Latency, telemetry, robustness against interference, connectivity with smart devices, ease of use and the overall finish are too often sacrificed for that last bit of range. The Crossfire comes with plenty of range, and uses that margin for additional functionality and reliability.
Apart from the unparalelled range, the TBS CrossFire Micro just works so well. Many of the leading drone racing organisers require pilots to fly the TBS Crossfire and a growing number of drone racers fly the TBS Crossfire Micro. Due to the price point many of the furthest long range missions are flown with a TBS Crossfire.
TELEMETRY / CRSF
As a modern radio controller link there is built in telemetry as standard, this allows for two-way communications which in turn opens up new possibilities not seen in standard radio controllers. With the TBS Crossfire Micro Receiver V2 & TBS Crossfire Micro you can look at streaming MAVLink to you smart device, updating your firmware, setting your video transmitter channel or adjusting flight control parameters such as PIDs. The adaptive bandwidth controls the speed of transmission or optimizes for ultimate range. CRSF is a proprietary TBS communication protocol between the Crossfire and Radio controller and Flight Control. It provides ultra-low latency with incredible bandwidth (3x faster, 6x more data than any comparable protocol). With such tight integration, the TBS Crossfire Micro Receiver V2 & TBS Crossfire Micro is the logical choice for anyone flying Betaflight, KiSS or ArduPilot / Pixhawk platforms.
Long range, adaptive and robust remote control system for your aircraft
Immune to on-board noise
Two-way communication link with real-time link vitals and telemetry
Self-healing & frequency hopping (DSSS, FHSS)
Adaptive bandwidth control and range optimization
Serial Modem capable of transmitting MAVLink or other serial protocols (up & downlink)
RX beacon mode to recover your downed aircraft
Super easy binding and configuration via built-in display
Low latency, 150Hz update rate (3x faster than typical RC links) control for perfect immersive feeling
Two receiver models: 8 port Diversity Rx, 4 port Mini-receiver (4g weight!)
8 or 12ch output via SBUS/PPM/CRSF on both receivers
Ability to fly with multiple friends at the same time (10 or more)
Selectable RF power from 10mW to 100mW (local restrictions apply)
Transmitter LED shows link health
Short-Range mobile connectivity telemetry output for smartphone apps
Expansion port for future feature support
Micro-receiver for smaller drones. Smaller than you think!
Software updates via RF Link
Frequency Bands: 868MHz (EU, Russia) / 915MHz (USA, Asia, Australia)
Input Voltage: 3.5 - 13V
Power consumption: 1.1W (@10mW) - 2W (@100mW)
Dimensions: 65 x 48 x 22 mm (JR module size)
TBS Crossfire Micro Transmitter (JR module)
TBS Crossfire Stock Tx Antenna
TBS Crossfire Micro Receiver V2
TBS Crossfire lightweight dipole x 2
TBS Crossfire servo adapter