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Jumper T8SG V2 Plus Advanced Multi-protocol Transmitter Mode 2

Jumper T8SG V2 Plus Advanced Multi-protocol Transmitter Mode 2

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The Jumper V2.0 Plus Radio Transmitter is very versatile and comes with four individual RF Chip modules that work with open source multi-protocol firmware that will support most mainstream remote controls. This will allow the transmitter to be compatible with many different receivers such as Walkera, Spektrum, Flysky, FrSky, Futaba and others (see specs below for full range). The various protocols can be easily selected from the model menu.

 

There is an external bay (JR/FrSky compatible) for using other proprietary modules. The transmitter can use up to 12 channels depending on the receiver type. An easy to read 2.4inch 128 x64 resolution OLED screen makes for easy viewing in direct sunlight. Precision control is provided by Hall sensor gimbals for enhanced user experience.

 

The Jumper V2.0 Radio Transmitter makes it easy to use types of models with different protocols.

Features:
• Built-in four-in-1 RF Module (CC2500 CYRF6936 A7105 NRF2401)
• Open source multi-protocol firmware, compatible with most mainstream remote controls
• Non-contact 3D space vector Hall remote sensing Gimbals
• 2.42inch OLED display, Bright display works even in direct sunlight
• JR/FrSKY compatible module bay on rear side
• USB online firmware upgrade
• Transmission power adjustable to adapt to different location requirements
• Detachable antenna, easy to change
• Ultra-low power consumption, longer battery life
• Up to 12 channels of output (depending on the receiver), Open Source Firmware, all channels are fully programmable
• Multilingual menu
• Vibration reminder function
• Support telemetry (depending on the receiver)

 

Specs:
Size: 158 x 150 x 58mm
Weight: 338g (without battery)
Transmission frequency: 2.400GHz-2.7GHz
Transmitter Module: Four in One High Frequency Module (CC2500 CYRF6936 A7105 NRF2401)
Transmit power: maximum 22dbm (transmit power adjustable)
Antenna gain: 2db (detachable antenna, easy modification)
Working current: 88Ma@8.4V
Working voltage: DC4.5-DC18V (factory with 4 x AA battery box, lithium battery 2S recommended, batteries not included)
Remote control distance: > 2km @ 22dbm
Number of channels: up to 12 channels (depending on the receiver)
Display: 2.42-inch OLED display, 128 x 64 resolution
Rocker way: non-contact 3D space vector Hall joystick
Upgrade method: USB online upgrade

 

Supported Protocols:
Walkera full range
DSM2/X full range
Flysky and Flysky 2A
FrSKY
FUTABA s-fhss full range
WL Toy series, Hubsan series, Esky series and many more (Currently a total of more than 40 supported protocols)
Uses open source software with continued support and development, adding new protocols regularly.
Simulator mode: 3.5mm standard ppm output
USB output.

 

Required:
4 x "AA" Batteries

  • SKU 9914000004-0
  • Brand Jumper
  • Capacity (mAh) -
  • Shipping Weight 1377.0000
  • Packaging Length 220.00
  • Packaging Width 110.00
  • Packaging Height 180.00
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I really liked how this one felt in my hands. But the throttle did not work. move the stick up and down and nothing happens. the other sticks worked fine. Hobbyking refunded my money, great customer support.

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I really liked how this one felt in my hands. But the throttle did not work. move the stick up and down and nothing happens. the other sticks worked fine. Hobbyking refunded my money, great customer support.

I’ve had this jumper radio for about 2 months and so far it is still working OK. I had one thing I didn’t like and that was the throttle stick would not hold its position, it would fall to about ¼ position if you released the stick from your finger while flying. I didn’t call HK about this as I thought they would want me to return it for repair. I don’t usually like to disassemble new stuff but I opened up the transmitter and found there is a clamp with a tensioning screw to adjust the friction on the throttle stick. It was sloppy loose as if it was never adjusted. I adjusted this tensioning screw and now the throttle stick stays put when you release your finger from it. I also found a floating screw in the transmitter while I had the transmitter open. The hall position sensors have a fairly strong magnet on them and this floating screw was stuck to the magnet in a manner that it did not impair movement of the gimbal and it prevented the screw from rattling around the inside of the transmitter, I remove the screw. These 2 items are why I’m giving it 3 stars on quality.
I’m using the radio to fly a Horizon Hobby Zeyrok drone. I had no problem binding the Jumper to the drone and have all six functions on the drone working great. The drone has the safe system with 3 modes, beginner, intermediate and expert and I was able to set this up using a 3 position switch on the Jumper. The drone also has a camera and I successfully set up control of the camera using a 2 position switch. I am also using the USB protocol and using the Jumper for the controller on my PC using Carefree RC simulator. As long as this radio continues to be reliable I’m quite happy with it so far. In the future I’m going to bind it to one of my FlySky receivers in one of my airplanes and see how it does. For the money this multi protocol radio is real handy it can bind to so many different receivers you aren’t locked into one radio system. There are also quite a few programming examples on YouTube that have helped me out with Programming.

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I’ve had this jumper radio for about 2 months and so far it is still working OK. I had one thing I didn’t like and that was the throttle stick would not hold its position, it would fall to about ¼ position if you released the stick from your finger while flying. I didn’t call HK about this as I thought they would want me to return it for repair. I don’t usually like to disassemble new stuff but I opened up the transmitter and found there is a clamp with a tensioning screw to adjust the friction on the throttle stick. It was sloppy loose as if it was never adjusted. I adjusted this tensioning screw and now the throttle stick stays put when you release your finger from it. I also found a floating screw in the transmitter while I had the transmitter open. The hall position sensors have a fairly strong magnet on them and this floating screw was stuck to the magnet in a manner that it did not impair movement of the gimbal and it prevented the screw from rattling around the inside of the transmitter, I remove the screw. These 2 items are why I’m giving it 3 stars on quality.
I’m using the radio to fly a Horizon Hobby Zeyrok drone. I had no problem binding the Jumper to the drone and have all six functions on the drone working great. The drone has the safe system with 3 modes, beginner, intermediate and expert and I was able to set this up using a 3 position switch on the Jumper. The drone also has a camera and I successfully set up control of the camera using a 2 position switch. I am also using the USB protocol and using the Jumper for the controller on my PC using Carefree RC simulator. As long as this radio continues to be reliable I’m quite happy with it so far. In the future I’m going to bind it to one of my FlySky receivers in one of my airplanes and see how it does. For the money this multi protocol radio is real handy it can bind to so many different receivers you aren’t locked into one radio system. There are also quite a few programming examples on YouTube that have helped me out with Programming.

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