The T1380 transmitter has 8 available selectable channels. (This version is not available to US customers, please read note at the bottom of the page)
It is a great inexpensive transmitter, which performs quite well and it only weight about 1oz (29g).
The transmitter has 8 selectable channels rated 800mW by the manufacturer which is a decent amount of power for fairly long-range applications.
It’s highly recommended to install the transmitter as far as possible from any other RF sensitive devices to avoid possible interferece. It's also highly recommended installing the transmitter in ventilated areas to allow air flow to keep it cool.
The transmitter can be powered usibng power source from 10.5 to 13 volts DC such as a 3S 11.1v lipo battery.
We can can shipped to anywhere in the world, however due to some of the frequencies available in this version it can not be shipped to any address within US territory.
Click here for the US version of this transmitter.
- Selectable channels
- Power LED (helps to identify bad power connection, reminds you to disconnect power when it’s not in use)
- Transmitter SMA Female Connector
- Antenna SMA Male Connector
- Available Frequencies:
1080 MHz (Display shows 4)
1120 MHz (Display shows 5)
1160 MHz (Display shows 6)
1200 MHz (Display shows 7)
1240 MHz (Display shows 8)
1280 MHz (Display shows 9)
1360 MHz (Display shows C)
Notes: We recommend using a 1.3 GHz filter to clean any harmonics that can reduce the range of 2.4 GHz RC radios. Disclaimer: Hobby Wireless is not responsible for any damage, loss, or illegal changes and operation were done by the user.
It's absolutely illegal to ship the Non-US version of this transmitter to any US address, please do not insist. Retailer and recipient are subjected to hefty fine.
To operate/use in other countries other than US please check the local rules before using it, some countries may forbid its use entirely. Click here for US version.
By purchasing this equipment, you are agreeing that you understand the rules and assume total responsibility to legally operate the equipment. For information on how to obtain an amateur radio license, visit http://www.arrl.org/getting-licensed.
It is your responsibility to ensure that the use of this product meets the requirements imposed by your government's rules and regulations for RF devices.
Hobby Wireless is not responsible any damages, losses, illegal operation or changes made by the user to the transmitter will be totally the user's responsibility.