The Jumper T-Lite is the newest multiprotocol radio. Like most of the multiprotocol radios, you can buy it comes with the 4-in-1 module so you can fly drones that use the Frsky, Flysky and Spektrum protocols. You can also fly various toy grade drones made by Eachine, Syma, and MJX. There are literally hundreds of quads that are compatible with this radio. What sets it apart from the other Jumper and Radiomaster radios is that it is a small gamepad style remote.
Small gamepad style remotes aren’t new. There are a handful of different options out there if you are looking for one. The FrSky X-Lite is the most popular and I was a big fan of that remote. These smaller remotes are popular with people that grew up playing video games and others that find the full-size remotes big and clunky.
The Jumper T-Lite runs OpenTX software which is the most popular operating system for radios. It has a small LCD display. The gimbals are top-notch Hall sensors so you can expect a good flying experience. The T-Lite runs on one 18650 battery that isn’t included and it can be charged internally via a USB-C cable. It has a port so you can connect it to your computer and use it with a simulator. There is a microSD slot but the card is not included with your purchase.
Jumper T-Lite Cons
You can connect a small external module if you want to use Ghost or Crossfire. However unfortunately you’ll have to disassemble the radio to connect it, then put it back together. There isn’t a place to connect a neck strap either and Jumper didn’t include a carrying case.
Overall this radio is an excellent value at $75. If you like the small form factor and multiprotocol then this is the radio you want. You won’t find many radios that have Hall sensor gimbals that cost less than $100. Just make sure you get the version with the 4-in-1 module if you want to take advantage of being able to fly the most protocols.
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