November 16, 2023

RadioMaster MT12 Radio

A brand well known in drone racing/FPV circles, RadioMaster has announced the upcoming release of its MT12 surface radio.  The RadioMaster MT12 is a pioneering open-source surface radio, and the first surface radio officially supported by EdgeTX, ExpressLRS, and the Multi-module project.  Boasting 10 physical inputs and the capability to handle either 16 or 32 channels*, the MT12 is primed for a wide array of surface models, from cars and trucks to boats and beyond.  Featuring extensive customisability and a versatile operating system, the MT12 stands out as a highly configurable surface radio, prepared to excel in virtually any scenario.

Available with built-in ExpressLRS or 4in1 MPM RF modules
Featuring a powerful STM32F407VGT6 with 1MB Flash
Preinstalled EdgeTX firmware
QC3.0 fast charging supporting 2.0A MAX
Compact design with excellent ergonomics
Oversized battery compartment – 2 x 18650 cells or a 2s 7.4v 5000mah battery pack (Batteries not included)
Standard Nano module compartment
RadioMaster standardised button layout
Rotatable antenna
Customisable base switches or 4 way joystick included

Item: MT12 Surface Radio
Physical dimensions: 177.8*118.4*207.8mm
Weight: 480 grams
Operating frequency: 2.400GHz-2.480GHz
Internal RF Options: 4-in-1 multi-protocol / ELRS 2.4GHz
Supported protocols: Module dependent
Operational current: 160mA for 4in1 / 320mA for ELRS
Operational voltage: DC 6.6-8.4V
Operating system: EdgeTX
Control channels: 16 as standard, ability for expansion 32 Channels (4in1 only)
Display: 128*64 Monochrome LCD
Battery: 2 x 18650 cells or a 2s 7.4v 5000mah battery pack (Batteries not included)
Charging: Built in USB-C Charging
Firmware Upgrade method: Via USB or SD card
Wheel and Trigger sensor: Hall-effect
Module bay: Nano size (RadioMaster Ranger Nano Module / RadioMaster RM 4in1 module / TBS Crossfire Nano module)

Source: RadioMaster []


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