A long-awaited module, compatible with most radios which use the 'JR' module standard, including the 9XR, and the new Taranis. Same features as its big brother, but without the cabling, nor external batteries.
- 500mW of EzUHF Power
- JR Module, compatible with the Hobby King 9xR, and the FrSky Taranis
- Headtracker port, capable of powering a headset
- Highlow power switch
- 100% compatible with all EzUHF Receivers
- Reliable FHSS Link (Frequency Hopping, Spread Spectrum)
- 433MHz/70cm Ham band operation
- GFSK modulation
- Standard SMA antenna connector, compatibility with 70cm antennas
- Standard USB port for firmware upgrades, and system configuration
- Single pushbutton learning of failsafe positions
- Binding function, which allows binding Single Tx>Rx, Multi Tx>Rx, and Single Tx>Multi Rx
- Mates with all EzUHF receivers
But there’s more, as all EzUHF products feature a USB connector which, in combination with our application software, will allow you to set up your receivers in just the way you like. Mikrokopter mode, the cloning of channels, diagnostics, firmware updates, etc. etc. all available with the click of your mouse or a press of a button, no soldering required, nor any fancy nonstandard cable. Convenient, simple and intuitive, leaving you with more time to enjoy your flying, rather than spending hours or days setting up your equipment.
All of that and many, many more upcoming features which further allow integration of our products and turn the electronics powering your FPV plane into a reliable, rock solid, but above all a plug ‘n fly solution that you get to enjoy every time you fly.
Great Product review by Bill on 11/26/2016
Super eaasy to install in my Taranis and have flown much farther than with 2.4Ghz. worth the money for peace of mind with my radio link
Expensive, but capable review by Samuel on 6/30/2016
Just installed this module on my quadcopter. Binding was simple and the setup was relatively easy. I haven't been able to test the range yet but in my backyard testing there hasn't been any cause for concern whatsoever.
TURNIGY 9X USERS:
If you have a 9x like me, you must make a small modification inn order to be able to attach the module. There is a little plastic bumper that is protecting the pins in the JR module slot. You should remove the back cover from the 9X and expose the insides. Then, remove the circuit board that is on top of the module bay. You'll see the holes where the pins go. As Joel mentioned, you should use a hot knife or razor and cut the plastic that covers the pins. This will allow you to attach the module to the 9X.
Fits in the Turnigy 9X With a Little Modification review by Joel on 7/5/2015
I bought this to use with my Turnigy 9X. As discussed in a youtube video, you have to cut away some plastic from the connection prongs on the back of the 9X for this to fit. I just used a razor blade and a lighter to hotcut it away. Took 15 minutes. After that, it's just plug and play.
Loving This! review by Jimmy Husain on 11/25/2014
Finally I get to try UHF and yes I choose this as it is more or less "easy" to set up.
At first the driver installation as confusing but got it worked out. When finally I got it connected and ready to be flashed, to my suprised it comes with the latest FW, 1.50.
I am using the Semi-rigid Dipole as my ant. Happy user here!