FrSky Taranis X-Lite Pro RC Transmitter
- Ergonomic and compact design
- MC12 Lite all-metal CNC digital hall sensor gimbal
- Upgrade RF module with installed ACCESS protocol
- The new PARA wireless training system is a high-speed training system with a lower latency
- High-efficiency quick-charge system supports 2S Li-Battery balancing charge
- Supports motion sensing control, integrated with 6-axis sensor unit
- Haptic vibration alerts and voice speech outputs
The FrSky Taranis X-Lite Pro is a lightweight, game-pad-shaped RC transmitter. If you ever used a game-pad, you will get used to the X-Lite very quickly.
The gimbals are hall sensor gimbals. In comparison to regular gimbals, which use potentiometers for measuring the position of each axis, hall effect gimbals use a magnetic field to detect the position of the gimbal. Regular gimbals tend to get imprecise over time, especially in the center position. This is where the brushes of the potentiometer burn in, not so with hall sensor gimbals.
Most of the time, hall effect gimbals feel much smoother than regular gimbals, but that really comes down to the bearings used, so there might be regular gimbals that feel equally smooth. However, there is way less wear with hall effect gimbals, so those will last you a long time – way longer than regular, electro-mechanical gimbals.
FrSky Taranis X-Lite Pro RC Transmitter Switches
The Taranis X-Lite Pro has two 2 position switches, two 3 position switches, and two sliders. You can easily reach them, even when your thumbs are on the sticks. All of those switches can easily be configured via OpenTX. You can change their default positions. It means that OpenTX will warn you when you power on your transmitter and the switches are not in their designated default position. This prevents fatal errors from happening. For example, it ensures that your arm switch is in the off position when you initially power up the transmitter.
The Taranis X-Lite provides some interesting peripherals. It has a speaker and headphone jack, so you can easily hear your alarms and voice output in the way you prefer. When there are a couple of pilots in the same spot it can easily get confusing when all of their transmitters start talking or making sounds. Simply plug in your headphones and you can concentrate on your own.
The Taranis X-Lite provides an easily accessible S.Port. You can use it for upgrading your receivers. Moreover, you can use the S.Port via a simple servo cable – no need to fiddle around with the pins like for example with the Taranis X9D.
- Lightweight design
- Easy to carry
- More sensitive and lower latency
- 2S Li-Battery balancing charge
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Specification: FrSky Taranis X-Lite Pro RC Transmitter
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