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Nikhil Parikh edited this page Aug 20, 2021 · 114 revisions

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Tech Facts

ExpressLRS is an open-source remote control link!

  • Based on SX127x/SX1280 hardware combined with an ESP8285, ESP32 or STM32 for the receiver (RX) and transmitter (TX) respectively.
  • Multi-Band Support for 868/915 MHz and 2.4 GHz - possibly more in the future.
  • Can be flashed onto existing hardware (Frsky R9M) or custom PCBs can be made.
  • Runs at up to 250hz (or down to 50hz) updates per second (transmission rate) depending on your preference of range or low latency:
    • At 868/915 MHz a packet rate of up to 200 Hz is supported. Stick latency can be low as 6.5ms as seen on firmware with crsfshot (aka OpenTX 2.3.12 mixer scheduler) support. 🧠
    • At 2.4 GHz up to 500 Hz is supported (OpenTX 2.3.12 or above).
  • Full telemetry/MSP support is available as optional feature

Build Status

We do continuous integration and according quality assurance as far as possible.

Build Status Release License Stars

Community

You are welcome to

  • Join the development community on Discord :family_man_girl_boy:
  • Post on the rcgroups forum 📰 (relatively inactive, the discord is much better)

Supported Hardware

Development is ongoing but the following hardware is currently compatible

900 MHz Hardware:

2.4 GHz Hardware:

  • TX
    • DIY JR Bay (Full Support, 27dBm, supports Wi-Fi Updates)
    • DIY Slim TX (Full Support, 27dBm, supports Wi-Fi Updates, fits Slim Bay)
    • DIY Slimmer TX (Full Support, 27dBm, supports Wi-Fi Updates, fits Slim Bay)
    • GHOST TX (Beta Support, 250 mW output power)
    • SIYI FM30 TX (Full Support, 100 mW output power, Only STLink Flashing, update by USB)
  • RX

🐰 Please join the discord to extend hardware support.

Contributing

We would love you to help - please join the development fun. Thank you! :purple_heart:

Support

Like our work? Feel free to donate to help support the project.

Donate

Legal

👮 The use and operation of this type of device may require a license and some countries may forbid its use. It is entirely up to the end-user to ensure compliance with local regulations. This is experimental software and hardware without any guarantee of stability or reliability. The software is not licensed and should be used with user discretion.