T8SG v2+ RC transmitter
T8SG v2+ RC transmitter
T8SG v2+ RC transmitter
T8SG v2+ RC transmitter
T8SG v2+ RC transmitter
T8SG v2+ RC transmitter

T8SG v2+ RC transmitter

Regular price $125.00 USD $0.00 USD
The Jumper T8SG v2+ is a budget-friendly, easy-to-use, yet very powerful remote control transmitter for model aircraft. It supports many of the common radio protocols used by toy and hobby grade drones and multirotors.


  • built-in four-in-1 RF Module (CC2500 CYRF6936 A7105 NRF2401)
  • firmware: deviationTX
  • hall sensor gimbals
  • 2.4"  OLED display, works great in direct sunlight
  • JR/FrSKY compatible module bay
  • USB storage mode
  • adjustable transmission power (10-150mW)
  • low power consumption, long battery life
  • up to 12 channels of output (depending on the receiver)
  • wide voltage input (2s lipo recommended)
  • multilingual menu
  • supports telemetry (depending on the receiver)
  • carry case included
  • neck strap included
  • AA battery tray included
  • required: 4xAA batteries, or 2S lipo with balance plug


  • Size: 158mm x 150mm x 58mm
  • Weight: 338g (without battery)
  • Transmission frequency: 2.400GHZ-2.7GHZ
  • Transmitter Module: Four in One High Frequency Module (CC2500 CYRF6936 A7105 NRF2401)
  • Transmit power: maximum 22dbm (transmit power adjustable)
  • Antenna gain: 2db (detachable antenna, easy modification)
  • Working current: 88mA@8.4V
  • Working voltage: DC4.5-DC18V (factory with 4 * AA battery box, lithium battery recommended 2s balanced head line, batteries not included)
  • Remote control distance:> 2km @ 22dbm
  • Open source firmware: deviationTX
  • Number of channels: up to 12 channels (depending on the receiver)
  • Display: 2.42-inch OLED display, 128 * 64 resolution
  • non-contact h all sensor gimbals
  • JR/FrSKY compatible module bay on rear side
  • Upgrade method: USB online upgrade

supported protocols:

  • Walkera full range
  • DSM2/X full range
  • Flysky and Flysky 2A
  • FrSKY
  • FUTABA s-fhss full range
  • WL Toy series, Hubsan series, Esky series
  • many more (Currently a total of more than 40 supported protocols)