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Team BlackSheep Crossfire Nano SE Receiver

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TBS is stepping up the Long Range / UHF game, with no competition in sight! The TBS Crossfire Nano RX condenses 2 years of engineering experience, listening to customer requirements, and pushing designs to the maximum (or in this case, the minimum!). The end result is a full range receiver, at the smallest size of any receiver in the industry (yes, it's smaller than the XM+). 

The Special Edition includes the TBS Immortal-T antenna!

Specifications:
Weight: 0.5g (receiver only)
Size: 11mm x 18mm

Includes:

  • (1) TBS Crossfire Nano Receiver
  • (1) TBS Immortal-T Antenna
  • (1) Spare shrink tube
  • (6) 30awg silicon connection wires (2 black, 2 red, 1 white, 1 yellow)
  • (1) pin header 1x4

This product was added to our catalog on April 12, 2018

Verified Owner
Tuesday, Jun 18 2019 (2 months ago)
Team BlackSheep Crossfire Nano SE Receiver
I found Amain hobbies three months ago, when other local FPV shops in Florida were continuously out of stock on very popular items.
I found and purchased the TBS Crossfire Micro and Nano receiver to get my quad going a little farther from home, without fear of losing it by a dead reception.

The Nano receiver is very small. It is smaller than the FrSky XSR receiver. Soldering four wires to the receiver and then to the FC was not a problem. The reception that comes from this small receiver is amazing.

The investment in the TBS Crossfire product-line, in my case, the TBS Crossfire Micro and TBS Crossfire Nano, both of which I purchased from Amain hobbies, when nobody had them in stock, was very worth it.

However, I do have one complaint on the Nano receiver. I despise U.FL connectors. If you have fat clunky hands like me, I am nervous just looking at it. I installed the receiver and connector in my quad with no issue. I decided to change the setup;
during so, I popped the U.FL connector right off the receiver. Even though I busted the U.fl female piece off the receiver, I spliced the cable on the antenna to expose the coaxial. I, then, successfully soldered the wire to the receiver ground and positive end.
Now, I do not ever have to worry about that U.FL again.

I would love for TBS to upgrade the connectors on the TBS Crossfire products to a more reliable MCX. You know when it is plugged in and you now how to un-snap it.

Amain Hobbies, thanks again for coming through. TBS - great product line, but there is a little room for improvement.