RadioMaster Zorro Radio Transmitter
- Equipped with a large LCD screen
- Comes with two 18350 lithium-ion batteries
- Supports OpenTX and EdgeTX firmware
- Equipped with height adjustable hall sensor gimbal
- Features multiprotocol and ELRS internal RF module options available
The Radiomaster Zorro Radio Transmitter uses an already installed EdgeTX firmware and offers a different version of several RF systems and bundles. It is a powerful and multifunctional radio transmitter that is able to meet all your FPV needs and preferences. The transmitter features a large and bright screen. It is really easy to read anything even under the sunlight. In addition, the menu buttons and layout mimic the full-size TX16S radio which is definitely user-friendly and is very simple to operate.
RadioMaster Zorro Radio Transmitter Features
The Zorro Radio Transmitter supports gimbals that are good enough to meet the requirements of most ordinary pilots. These are Hall Gimbals and they are smooth and last quite long than other gimbals. Moreover, Radiomaster has announced to launch AG01 gimbals for this transmitter soon. On the other hand, you can easily customize the gimbals. The device has two screws on the front of the gimbals giving an opportunity to adjust the travel/throw of the sticks. At the same time, there are also two screws for each gimbal on the back. These screws are to customize the tension of the gimbals letting you easily switch the radio from mode 1 to mode 2.
As for the switches and buttons, the Zorro transmitter supports 2x 3-position switches, 2x 2-position switches, 2x sliders, and 4x momentary switches. At the same time, we can find an external module bay that supports all the famous modules such as Crossfire, Tracer, ExperessLRS, and ImmersionRC Ghost.
In terms of the battery capacity, the Zorro transmitted sports two 18350 Li-ion batteries. They are rated for 900mAh by Radiomaster. You can re-charge the internal batteries using the USB-C connector. It takes around 5-6 hours to fully charge the product. Finally, the device has a 3-pin connector, which serves for plugging in a 2S LiPo battery.
- Built-in USB-C Charging
- Lightweight and compact design
- 4-in-1 multi-protocol
- Easy to use
- Large battery capacity
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Specification: RadioMaster Zorro Radio Transmitter
Current: $94.99 | Average: $95.99 | The lowest: $94.99 | 2 records in DB | Price monitoring since 2022-03-03