The manufacturer Jumper, which has produced the multi-protocol radio controls T8SG and T12, is offering a new model adopting the “game console” format. The T-Lite measures 16.6 x 10.6 x 5.6 cm and weighs 260 grams with its battery, a Li-Ion 18650. It can be charged without removing it from the case via a USB-C socket.
The joysticks are adjustable in length and Hall effect, accompanied by 4 switches. But no knobs or temporary switches. The joysticks are equipped with trims. The display is a 1.3 inch monochrome LCD with a resolution of 128 x 64 pixels. The OpenTX firmware is at the heart of the remote control. A microSD memory card reader is used to store profiles, settings, scripts, etc. A haptic device makes the radio vibrate in case of an alert.
T-Lite are available in mode 2 (gas left) or mode 1 (gas right), and in Single RF CC2500 and Multi-Protocol versions, both operating at 2.4 GHz. The Single RF CC2500 integrates a multi-protocol module based on a CC2500 chip which allows to control FrSky, Futaba S-FHSS, Radiolink, Esky receivers. The Multi-Protocol is equipped with an integrated JP4in1 type multiprotocol module based on CC2500 chips for the same compatibility as the Single RF CC2500 model, A7105 to control Flysky, Hubsa n, NFR2401 for Syma, Cheerson, CYR6936 for DSM, Walkera… The antenna of the modules is removable for transport. And for even more compatibility? At the back of the T-Lite is a slot to install a FrSky R9M-Lite module or a Crossfire Nano TX for long range links.