TBS Crossfire Sixty9 Radio Receiver with Immortal-T Antenna & VTx (1000mW / u.FL to SMA)

Regular price $49.99

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Introducing the TBS Crossfire Sixty9, a VTx and RC receiver AIO board, sporting a race-friendly, long-range video transmitter, combined with the same on the TBS Crossfire side. Mounting holes are 20x20, but they do include adapters for your 30x30 stacks, and a plastic case for mounting the unit to your frame, without any stacking necessity.

Outputs directly to your FC with 2x CRSF + 2x PWM (or 6x PWM). The main JST-SH connector connects to your flight controller and video camera (or also FC for those that like the FC-OSD). 



  • Integrated video transmitter control with long range and "(team-)race" functions
  • Dedicated low-noise power supply for receiver and video transmitter
  • Sleek 20x20 mounting capability with optional 20x20 case
  • Optional 30x30 mounting capability with case
  • Plug & Play connection and solder pads connectivity
  • Three different mounting options, plus RF tin shield
  • High power analog adjustable video transmitter (up to 1W with perfect cooling)
  • Built-in 5V regulator
  • Takes up to 6S



  • Weight: 0.14oz (4.1g / board only)
  • Antenna ports: 1x video transmitter, 1x R/C receiver
  • Size: 24mm x 24mm
  • Requires: Firmware V4.62 and above
  • CRSF V3 ready
  • VTx Power: Up to 1W (1000mW)
  • Input voltage: 6V - 25V (2-6S) 





(1) TBS Crossfire Sixty9 Radio Receiver with 1000mW VTX
(1) TBS Crossfire Immortal-T Antenna
(1) u.FL to SMA Adapter Cable (for VTx)
(1) 30x30 Heatsink Case
(1) 20x20 Heatsink Case
(1) Tin-Shield 
(1) JST-SH / 9-Pin Connector



  • If you experience any binding issues, you may have to update the TX firmware to version 6.07 or above. If that doesn't solve the issue, you will need to change the frequency to 868 MHz and then bind the receiver. When the bind is complete, you can then change the frequency back to 915 MHz.



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