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RadioMaster - Ranger Nano 2.4GHz ELRS Module Combo Package

MSRP $59.99 USD
Item Code: HP0157.0035-COMB
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PRE-ORDER - ETA for shipping is December 2022



Want to experience the efficiency, long range and low latency of the ELRS protocol without purchasing a new radio? RadioMaster has you covered!

Featuring up to 1W output, F-1000Hz refresh rates and a high-efficiency cooling system, the Ranger Micro 2.4GHz ELRS Module represents the cutting edge in ELRS technology. Attach the module to a compatible radio (RadioMaster Zorro and more) to enjoy all that ELRS has to offer.

The included T-shape antenna is designed for maximum signal coverage. An optional MOXON antenna is available for directional applications.

*Note: The Ranger Nano 2.4GHz ELRS Module fits Nano module bays, for JR style/Micro connectors, please consider the Ranger and the Ranger Micro modules.

Combo Package
The Ranger Nano Combo package is the ideal way to get started in the world of ExpressLRS. A complete Ranger Nano module is provided along with two RP1 ExpressLRS receivers and one RP2 ExpressLRS receiver.

Features

High-efficiency cooling system
Up to 1Watt Power output
Wifi and Bluetooth support
Packet rates up to F-1000Hz
T-antenna included
With the Micro connector, support TX16S MKII and TX12 MKII radio
Combo Package includes 1 x Ranger Module, 2 x RP1 Receiver, 1 x RP2 Receiver

Specification

Item: Ranger Micro Module
Regulatory Domain: ISM2400
MCU: ESP32(main), ESP8285(aux, as ESP Back pack)
RF chip: SX1281IMLTRT
Frequency Range: 2400 MHz to 2480 MHz
Maximum packet rate: 500Hz/F1000Hz (F1000 mode requires EdgeTX 2.7.1 or later)
Minimum receiver refresh rate: 25Hz
RF Output Power: 30dBm for FCC, 20dBm for CE (Adjustable by LUA)
Wifi Support: Yes
Bluetooth support: Yes
XT30 Power supply voltage: DC 6V - 16.8V
Weight:  50g (with antenna) / 40.5g (without antenna)
Dimension: 136*49*33mm (with T antenna) / 74*49*33mm (without antenna)

We wish to thank the ExpressLRS team for their support and testing during the development of the Ranger series. To learn more and support the ExpressLRS project visit https://www.expresslrs.org/