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TBS Tracer Micro TX Starter Set

Original price R 3,099.00 - Original price R 3,099.00
Original price
R 3,099.00
R 3,099.00 - R 3,099.00
Current price R 3,099.00

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INTRODUCING TBS TRACER - 2.4GHZ "CROSSFIRE" RADIO SYSTEM

  • 250Hz: Fastest available radio and telemetry link
  • Brand new 2.4GHz technology not found in any other radio link
  • 3ms end to end latency
  • Crossfire engine for ultimate compatibility and functionality
  • "JR" and "LITE" form factor transmitters
  • Nano-sized receiver with antenna diversity
  • 15mi+/25km+ range
  • For drones, planes, helicopters, cars and boats

THE FASTEST RADIO LINK

In a race, microseconds count. Goggles down, thumbs up - are you ready for a two-way 250Hz radio link? End to end latency: basically zero (okay, 3ms!). Range: for days. Nothing comes close! We took the best from Crossfire and shrunk it down & sped it up.

NOT JUST FOR RACE AND "FREERANGE" PILOTS

A single operation mode satisfies all requirements. A spine-tingling 250Hz refresh rate. Plenty of penetration and range to outperform even the most serious video link. Full telemetry capability is standard, without any range degradation! Thanks to Crossfire pedigree, drone pilots, traditional R/C pilots and everyone in between can instantly tap into the familiar lineup of compatible software, devices, remotes and mounting boards.

EASE OF USE

OTA firmware updates, auto-bind, multi-bind, LUA device configuration such as flight controller PIDs, etc. and cloud connectivity: No problem! These are all features that TBS first brought into the R/C space with TBS Crossfire! All receivers arrive in binding mode and it remembers your bind across all of your radios, so the bind button is technically not needed ever.

UNDER THE HOOD

TBS Tracer runs on the Crossfire engine. Over 6 years of active development and by far the most popular R/C system for FPV enthusiasts! You instantly tap into the same reliability, features and compatibility that drone pilots see as synonymous to peace of mind. So what's the difference? Higher update rate, lower latency, smaller antennas due to higher frequency. Crossfire users will feel right at home!

THE TBS GUARANTEE

In our over 10 years of our existence, software updates have always been free, continuous and plenty. Hardware is built for longevity and comes packed with a great range of features that are yet to be unlocked. Support has always been laser-focused on customer satisfaction. For pilots, by pilots.

It is the reason why TBS products have the largest following, and why investment into TBS Tracer will continue to pay dividends in future - just like TBS Crossfire continues to do for all hobbyists. As a thank you from us for your support, visit our website and enter the serial number of your Crossfire as Coupon Code for 25% OFF on all TBS Tracer TX & RX products!

FEATURES:

  • Long range, adaptive and robust remote control system for your drone & aircraft
  • Low latency, 250Hz update rate (5x faster than typical - world's fastest) for mind-blowing accuracy
  • Two-way communication link with real-time link vitals and telemetry
  • OTA firwmare updates, auto-bind, multi-bind support
  • TBS Cloud connectivity with telemetry output for smartphone apps
  • Fully configurable by OpenTX and TBS TANGO remote using CRSF protocol
  • "Unlimited" amout of people can fly at the same time
  • Output power: 25mW / 100mW
  • 8 or 12ch output via CRSF, SBUS, inverted SBUS or PPM
  • Serial Modem capable of transmitting MAVLink or other serial protocols (up & downlink)

INCLUDES

  • 1 x TBS Tracer Micro TX
  • 3 x TBS Tracer Nano RX
  • 6 x TBS Tracer Immortal T Antenna

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TBS TRACER MICRO TX LITE SPECIFICATIONS:

  • Latency & Refresh Rate: 3ms, 250Hz
  • Output power: 100mW
  • Frequency Bands: 2.4GHz ISM
  • Input Voltage: 3.5 - 13V
  • Connector: USB-C
  • Power consumption: 1.1W (@10mW) - 2W (@100mW)
  • Dimensions: 65 x 48 x 22 mm (JR module size)
  • Radio Compatibility: JR module bay (e.g. TBS Tango 1, RadioMaster TX16S, Taranis X9D. OpenTX V2.1+

* output power modes may not be available due to local regulation limitations

TBS TRACER NANO RX SPECIFICATIONS:

  • Antnna ports: 2x u.FL / IPEX (diversity)
  • Package contents: 1x TBS Tracer Nano RX, 2x Immortal-T, silicone cables
  • Protocols: 2x CRSF, SBUS, PPM, 6x PWM, SmartAudio 2.0 / 2.1 (VTx Control)
  • Weight: 0.5g (receiver only)
  • Size: 11mm x 18mm

Customer Reviews

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Laurence Rudnick
Not Happy with Nano Rx

With the starter set I purchased 2X Tracer Nano 6ch Rx and 3x Nano PWM adapters. This would have given me 5x recievers. As I fly gliders with 6Ch sometimes 7 I proceeded to join all the Rx's with the adapters. After adding antennas they were all bound successfully on the bench. In removing the antennas I managed to destroy one of the Nano Rx's. The antenna clip not soldered properly to the board. I will send photo's separately. Two of the units were then installed in gliders. At the field one of the gliders right hand aileron was not working. I later found that that Rx's Ch6 was not working. The other glider experienced a twitch on the flap channels. (4 & 5) Was not too serious but was noticeable. A friend who recommended TBS Tracer suggested I upgrade the firmware on the Tx to v6. So I did that and then as I needed to re-bind all the Rx's now my troubles really began. I now have one Rx that works perfectly performing as one would expect TBS Tracer to behave. One dead unit that did not like being installed in an aircraft. One five channel Rx. One Rx that when the Emergency update is run goes to a solid RED LED and won't bind. (No documentation to explain solution) and one that only has one antenna. What more can I say?

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
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Laurence Rudnick
Not Happy with Nano Rx

With the starter set I purchased 2X Tracer Nano 6ch Rx and 3x Nano PWM adapters. This would have given me 5x recievers. As I fly gliders with 6Ch sometimes 7 I proceeded to join all the Rx's with the adapters. After adding antennas they were all bound successfully on the bench. In removing the antennas I managed to destroy one of the Nano Rx's. The antenna clip not soldered properly to the board. I will send photo's separately. Two of the units were then installed in gliders. At the field one of the gliders right hand aileron was not working. I later found that that Rx's Ch6 was not working. The other glider experienced a twitch on the flap channels. (4 & 5) Was not too serious but was noticeable. A friend who recommended TBS Tracer suggested I upgrade the firmware on the Tx to v6. So I did that and then as I needed to re-bind all the Rx's now my troubles really began. I now have one Rx that works perfectly performing as one would expect TBS Tracer to behave. One dead unit that did not like being installed in an aircraft. One five channel Rx. One Rx that when the Emergency update is run goes to a solid RED LED and won't bind. (No documentation to explain solution) and one that only has one antenna. What more can I say?