The XJT telemetry transmitter module 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!
- 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
- 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)
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.
- Operating Voltage Range: 6.0V-15.0V
- Operating Current: 140mA (@6V), 80mA (@12V)
- Output Power: ≤ 100mW
CAUTION review by Daniel on 4/14/2016
Upon installation of this TX, the RSSI alarm went off like crazy at the slightest touch of the antenna. This is a very serious issue that may get overlooked and could be very costly to you and dangerous to others.
If this were to be overlooked before flying, you could end up losing signal to your aircraft causing it to go into failsafe and possibly damaging it beyond repair. You also risk the chance at hurting someone and yourself as well
The problem stems from a failed QC from FrSky because this is very easy to notice when powering on the TX. After a little research I found that this is a known issue with FrSky and the fix is to solder a proper ground to the antenna. While this may be an easy fix, customers should not have to correct this being that it is a new product.
GetFPV worked with me to resolve the issue very quickly and for that I am grateful. I rated this low because of the failure by FrSky QC.
XJT Module Frsky review by Julian on 1/16/2014
Very nice module
work fine on my JR 12X-mv , and on the Taranis to have 32 channels