Team BlackSheep Crossfire Lite Transmitter Module

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The TBS Crossfire is a long range R/C link based on current RF technology, capable of self-healing two-way communications and range beyond comprehension. With a sensitivity of -130dB, full RF-side diveristy rather than just antenna-diversity, the features already implemented and the future upgrades to come make the TBS Crossfire the only long range control link worthy of our times.

Remote control links, however, are tasked with much more than range. Telemetry, robustness against interference, connectivity with smart devices, ease of use and the overall finish are often overlooked to achieve the last bit of range. The end result is often strange behavior, lack of reliability, or simply things that were never envisioned and thus not possible. Let's kiss those days goodbye, and move on to a brighter future.

The TBS Crossfire Lite features all the incredible features as the high end Crossfire module, with only the removal of the Bluetooth module. A perfect choice for FPV pilots looking to save a few dollars!

Developed by Experts
Team BlackSheep has been notorious for long range records, close-to-ground proximity flying in the Alps and deep urban operations. During our numerous missions all around the globe TBS has gathered a list of requirements, and have found that no existing system can cover them all. So we set on a long and painful path to develop a RC link system entirely from scratch, put it through its paces for over a year to ensure top-notch reliability and state-of-the-art functionality.

Through the OLED Display on the transmitter, you can monitor the real-time location of your drone (TBS GPS or BlackBox with DJI Naza or APM-based GPS required).  The up and downlink status provide a feeling of safety, the configuration options through the OLED display do away with any PC-based configuration tools. The pulsing LED relays your link budget and link health in colorized form (green = keep going, orange = turn around). In case of a crash, the location of the drone is visible on the OLED as well. The built in battery on the receiver turns it into a beacon automatically - and it will continue to transmit its last known location until the battery runs out.

It Just Works
Apart from unparalelled maximum range, the thing that TBS is most proud about on the TBS Crossfire is that it just works. In the past, our question always was "could our R/C link keep up?". Many missions were aborted, or lines weren't flown, due to premature failure of the R/C link. Once we switched to the CROSSFIRE, all of these problems were gone. As long as we had video, we had control. When the video was gone, TBS still had control - and telemetry. With the TBS Crossfire comes peace of mind.


  • Long range, adaptive and robust remote control system for your aircraft
  • Immune to on-board noise
  • Two-way communication link with real-time link vitals and telemetry
  • Self-healing & frequency hopping (DSSS, FHSS)
  • RX beacon mode to recover your downed aircraft
  • Super easy binding and configuration via built-in display
  • Low latency control for perfect immersive feeling
  • Two receiver models: 8ch Diversity Rx, 8ch PPM Mini-receiver (4g weight!)
  • Ability to fly with multiple friends at the same time (10 or more)
  • Selectable RF power from 10mW to 2W (local restrictions apply)
  • Dedicated head-tracking input option for full FPV immersion
  • Transmitter LED shows link health, OLED display for built in configuration
  • Expansion port for future feature support
Frequency Bands: 868MHz (EU, Russia) / 915MHz (USA, Asia, Australia)
Input Voltage: 3.5 - 13V
Power consumption: 1.1W (@10mW) - 3.2W (@2000mW)
Dimensions: 55 x 89 x 15 mm
Weight: 76g

  • (1) TBS Crossfire Lite Transmitter 
  • (1) TBS Crossfire JR Adapter 
  • (1) TBS Crossfire Tuned Tx Antenna 
  • (1) Crossfire Futaba cable 
  • (1) Crossfire Graupner cable 
  • (1) Crossfire PWM Pigtail 
  • (1) Crossfire JST to XT30 cable 

This product was added to our catalog on October 24, 2018

Verified Owner
Sunday, Sep 19 2021 (2 months ago)
Team BlackSheep Crossfire Lite Transmitter Module
Doesn't connect to Radiomaster TX16s module bay properly waiting on Support from TBS will update review if resolved. Will need help from Amain Hobbies to get replaced.
Verified Owner
Monday, Dec 14 2020 (11 months ago)
Team BlackSheep Crossfire Lite Transmitter Module
i never got the product and no one on amain costemer sirvice answer my mail..
Verified Owner
Tuesday, Oct 27 2020 (about a year ago)
Team BlackSheep Crossfire Lite Transmitter Module
Beautiful store. Operative delivery. I am satisfied with the quality, I will order more.
Verified Owner
Sunday, Jun 21 2020 (about a year ago)
Team BlackSheep Crossfire Lite Transmitter Module
I have used FrSky R9 for my control link since I started flying. I was happy with them, R9 provided a good link and good range, but FrSky recently changed protocol and suddenly it was impossible to find the older accst equipment. Rather than spending $250 on a new FrSky radio and another $40 on a 2019 R9 module, I decided to sell my older model R9 receivers and module and upgrade to Crossfire. I have heard a lot of great things about the Crossfire system so it seemed like the natural upgrade. I am very happy with it so far. I have flown 2 different planes both twice now using the new Crossfire Lite Module and Micro V2 receivers and I am quite impressed. There have been a few things to get used to that are different. It's a very stable link and provides great range. Setup is very simple, plug the module into USB and use the TBS Agent to upgrade it, then bind your receiver and it automatically upgrades wirelessly. I am a little disappointed Crossfire only supports 12 channels, I do miss having 16, but I was able to make some adjustments and make it work. I would certainly recommend Crossfire to anyone else that was in my situation and looking for an upgrade. The only thing the Crossfire Lite doesn't have compared to the full size is the Bluetooth. If you want to use Mavlink and have telemetry on a laptop or something similar you should get the full model, otherwise the Lite is great and provides up to 2 watts and adaptive power, 10mw-2w.
Verified Owner
Saturday, Jun 13 2020 (about a year ago)
Team BlackSheep Crossfire Lite Transmitter Module
What can I say It’s TBS Crossfire! Freaking Amazing . You need this product! Fast shipping recurved my product Slapped it in my Jumper T-12 pro updated it bound it and was off and running Long range! Very Happy with my Product Thank you HobbyTown for fast shipping!
Verified Owner
Saturday, Apr 4 2020 (about a year ago)
Team BlackSheep Crossfire Lite Transmitter Module
Really great system, running on a SPectrum DX6 Gen 2 works perfect
Thanks for the quick response to questions before the sale , and super fast shipping
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Verified Owner
Sunday, Feb 9 2020 (about a year ago)
Team BlackSheep Crossfire Lite Transmitter Module
Great product and super fast shipping will gladly purchase from flight test again