iRangeX multiple protocol transmitter

iRangeX iRIR8M Muti-Protocol Transmitter

Coming soon at Banggood Click this Link for under $80 a Remote Control Radio that you can bind to numerous Quadcopters and Drones

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iRangeX a Muti-Protocol Radio, is this a game changer? Will the the iRangeX change the drone flying industry by offering a multi-protocol Low Priced Remote Control? If you are fed up with having loads of different transmitters for loads of different models then read on, this is for you.

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Coming soon from Banggood the iRangeX with Multiple Protocols

The iRangeX Multi-Protocol remote control transmitter from Banggood

Once in while something comes along and you think to yourself, why hasn’t this been done before? This happens in all industries and the world of drone flying is no different. Often a small change can really impact the way peoples buying patterns are altered and we are sure that the iRangeX multi-protocol remote control will do this to the developing drone industry. This is not the first multi-protocol radio that has been released but expect more to hit the market as consumers demand a remote control that will fly numerous models, this is the future,

Banggood one of the world’s leading suppliers of all things drone related have recently announced that they will soon be selling a remote control transmitter the iRangeX that will support multiple protocols without the need for any modifications whatsoever.

Previously most RC Drone models would come with a Transmitter that was only compatible with the brands dedicated protocol so its was pretty useless to fly another makes of drones unless it could be modified to suit or a receiver with the compatible protocol. This meant that drone flyers throughout the globe would end up with numerous drones and numerous remote control transmitters.

The introduction of the iRangeX Multi-Protocol Radio is likely to not only change the way the consumer purchases their drones but it will also change the way the brand produce the drones and it will also affect drone prices. Drone makers especially those at the lower end of the market where price is a big consideration will now have to look at making Bind and Fly (BNF) Drones that can be flown by the innovative iRangeX Multiple Protocol Radio. Firms like Syma, Hubsan and Walkera will have to alter their strategy to keep pace with this shift in the industry. If you purchase a iRangeX from Banggood you are not going to want to purchase a Syma Drone or Hubsan Drone that comes with a remote control transmitter as you have one the iRangeX that is perfect for the job. What the buying public will demand is that Syma, Hubsan and all the others produce two versions of the same model one that can be purchased with a transmitter and a BNF version for those lucky enough to have purchased this multi-protocol transmitter.

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The iRangeX IR8M comes in a gaming controller design and that suits me well as I have small hands and I’m a thumber rather that a pincher (I push the sticks in the direction I want them to go rather than grip them between my thumb and forefinger) . As for the Gimbal the stick lengths and tensions are both adjustable making the iRangeX an improvement on the toy grade transmitter that come as standard with most toy grade drones. What also looks nice is the rear anti-slip rubber pads. I also have the Taranis QX7 radio but I find this remote control bulky in my hands so I’m hoping this will be a vast improvement.

The iRangeX IR8M also comes with a USB that will enable you to backup and alter your settings when required.


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The bottom line is this: I love drone flying, all types of models from small nano/micro Quadcopter Drones, fast FPV Racing Drones with Brushless motors (I’m the first to admit I’m no great FPV flyer) to Aerial Photography Drones. Whilst some models like the DJI series will continue to use their own proprietary protocols I do not want to have loads of different remote controls to fly all my drone models. With the iRangeX IR8M in hand I will look out for new models that come with a BNF version that I can link to my iRangeX and base my purchase decision around this.

The only transmitter you need


Let us have a look at the iRangeX IRX-IR8M multi-protocol remote control transmitter specifications and what it will allow you to do.

Model number: iRX-IR8M

Make: iRangeX

The iRangeX comes in two colours, you have a choice of white or black and it is an 8 channel 2.4GHz remote control that can be configured in Mode 1 or Mode 2 depending on your flying preference and there is a 30 model memory built in and



Multiple Protocol Transmitter
Rubber Grips to the rear


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* i8X-IR8M transmitter can act like a USB drive. Managing models, configuration, icons, and themes is as easy as copying a file.

* It has support for up to 255 different models in transmitter memory.

* Fully configurable themes including bitmaps, fonts.

* Flexible transmitter configuration, remap any switches or buttons to any purples. Also Virtual Channels for additional functionality.

* All text is localized, user-adjustable mode configurations (1, 2, 3 or 4)

* Smooth, quad-bearing gimbals, adjustable stick length and tension.

* Comfortable, non-slip tubber grips.

* Easy-to-read backlit screen.

*Support for multiple protocols without any modifications to the transmitter:

Cyprus: CYR6936: DSM/DSMX, JR Pro, Walkera DEVO

Texas Instruments: CC2500: Frsky, Futaba SFHSS

Amiccom: A7105: Flysky AFHDS2A, Hubsan

Nordic Semiconductor: NRF24L01: Hisky, Syma, Assan and most other Chinese models.

Fantastic model memory

Package Included:
1X iRangeX iRX-IR8M 2.4G 8CH Multi-Protocol Transmitter With Receiver


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