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Jumper T16 is it good enough?

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Old 06-03-2019, 10:30 PM
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Found it in stock at Makerfire: http://bit.ly/JPT16

Basic Specifications:

Size: 180*190*58
Weight: 888g
Voltage: DC7-8.4V
Current: 350mah (NO CRSF)
Channel: 16ch


T16 Features:
  • STM32F429BIT6 MCU
  • Industrial grade 4.3 inch 480*272 outdoor readable color screen
  • Compatible with JumperTX and OpenTX firmware
  • Wheel menu button
  • Angle adjustable ultra-smooth dual bearing gimbals
  • Multi-protocol transmitter module with TBS CRSF support
  • Removable battery
  • Supports Telemetry
  • Memory 16M (can be expanded by TF card)
  • Voice function
  • Vibration reminder function
  • Standard JR module slot
  • 6-Flight Mode Buttons (for APM and Pixhawk flight controllers)
  • Two-color LED status display
Jumper JP4-in-1 Module

The Jumper JP4IN1 Module features the CC2500, NRF24L01, A7105 and CYRF6936 RF Chip modules all integrated on one board. This module can convert standard PPM signals form module equipped radios in to the RF protocols used by most radios in the market today (See RF Chip data below). This module is plug and play with module equipped radios in the FrSKY series and requires no complex wiring or “hacking” to get running. The module is a great way to improve the enjoyment of your flying experience, using a better radio such as the FrSKY Taranis series rather than the low grade radios commonly included with most kits offers an night and day difference in performance. The Jumper JP4IN1 module is also upgradable via USB input

JP4-in-1 Specifications:
Working voltage: 6-9v
Working current: <=100ma
Operating frequency: 2.4G ISM band
RF power: +22DBM
Main control chip: STM32F103CBT6 (128K ROM, 20K RAM)
Module bay compatibility: FRSky, Jr and other dimensions: 64*49*33 (without antenna)
Net Weight: 42g (including antenna)
Software Compatibility: Suitable for radios using OpenTX or er9x/ersky9x
Firmware updatable: Yes, via USB.

RF Chip Data
Cypress Semiconductor CYRF6936: DSM/DSMX, Walkera Devo
Texas Instruments CC2500: FrSky, Futaba SFHSS
Amiccom A7105: FlySky, FlySky AFHDS2A, Hubsan
Nordic Semiconductor NRF24L01: HiSky, Syma, ASSAN and most other Chinese models

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I have got one 2 weeks ago and so far am impressed with it so far, for 150.00 its a good buy. It does take time to understand the programming but once learned it is quite easy to set up a model. will it last only time will tell, The last shipment that came in was sold out quickly.
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I have got one 2 weeks ago and so far am impressed with it so far, for 150.00 its a good buy. It does take time to understand the programming but once learned it is quite easy to set up a model. will it last only time will tell, The last shipment that came in was sold out quickly.
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I have the Jumper 8, looking forward to the new models as the 8 is amazing. Found my setup, saved it on line, save it, opened new model on Tx, copied the files over, rebooted Tx, turned on helicopter, checked controls, reversed ailerons, flew. Took less then 5 minutes to do. Would have taken me an hour to set it up step by step. Really impressed with mine. Will it last 30 years? Will I want the same radio in 5 years?


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