NEWS: Jumper T8SG, the perfect universal compact radio ?

Sometimes, you dream that your deams comes true …. and I alway dreamt about a compact new Devo7E “ultra” with the multimode 4-in-1 directly integrated… This day has come today with the Jumper T8SG:

With the Jumper T8SG, we have a compact radio… with 10CH, the Multimodule 4-in-1 directly pre-installed (so no hard soldering job to do) and DeviationTX already here:)!!! More we have vibrations and sound feedbacks (very uselfull for telemetry alarms)…. The look is more similar to a Futaba Radio. Ok the display is maybe small and non-colored… No voice module as well… and no information about the max number of profiles file you can save… but probably around 30 like for the Devo 7E. Thanks to that radio… you will be able to fly so many many protocols !!!!! It’s almost the universal radio!!!! A must to have IMHO ….. I am sure it will be the next Hot cake in RC area… I really hope there is a USB port to update the DeviationTX OS version. I should review this radio…. Probably my next dayly one 🙂







The Jumper T8SG Multi-Protocol radio features a compact size and a host of protocol options all built in to one product. The CC2500, NRF24L01, A7105 and CYRF6936 RF Chip modules are all integrated with the main RF Module. Various protocols can be quickly and easily selected from the model menu allowing you to bind the radio to just about any major protocol in todays market. The T8SG also features sound and vibration alerts, back lit LCD display, smooth gimbals and assignable switches.
The T8SG is a truly portable solution for all your models without compromising on that real radio feel and functionality. Control all your favorite RC items from one radio and have more space for models!
DeviationTX Software comes pre-installed with the T8SG.

Brand Name: Jumber
Item Number: T8SG
Storage: 25VF016B (2MB)
4IN1 RF chip: JP-4MP(CC2500, NRF24L01, A7105, CYRF6936)
Transmission power: adjustable 0-150mw
Display screen: 128*64, 1.7 inch LCD
Channels: 10 (up to 12 depending software)
Prompt mode: sound and vibration
Power supply: 4*AA or 2S Lipo
Dimension: 188*151*86mm
Weight: 338g (not include battery)

RF Chip Data
Cyprus Semiconductor CYRF6936: DSM/DSMX, Walkera Devo
Texas Instruments CC2500: FrSky, Futaba SFHSS
Amiccom A7105: FlySky, FlySky AFHDS2A, Hubsan
Nordic Semiconductor NRF24L01: HiSky, Syma, ASSAN and most other Chinese models
Macnufacturer RF Chip Example Protocols

Cyprus Semiconductor CYRF6936
Walkera Devo
Texas Instruments CC2500
Futaba SFHSS
Amiccom A7105
Flysky AFHDS2A
Nordic Semiconductor NRF24L01
and most other Chinese models

Jumper T8SG Multi-Protocol 10CH Compact Transmitter Manual, Click here

Package Included:
1X Jumper T8SG Multi-Protocol 10CH Compact Transmitter (without receiver)


  • Krotow says:

    Now it is something. The better “one radio to rule them all” over Devo 7E. No need for additional soldering is nice. Seems I should purchase this as spare radio for controlling the random bunch of toy quadcopters around me and as backup radio for field events.

    However I don’t see Radiolink protocol in supported protocols list. Probably isn’t deviated yet. Which is not good for me, because I have the AT9 radio with flaky sticks and half dead buttons and a bunch of Radiolink receivers – some are installed, some not. Would be good to replace the radio without losing receivers – these have quite good range.

    • SeByDocKy says:

      Hi, The radiolink is not yet hacked…. but since it’s based on a CC2500 RFchip…. it can be. Just the 3-4 guys in the DevuationTX’s sphere probably never received some radiolink materials to attemps to crack this one. I am interested bu the radiolink too.

  • Martin says:

    Sounds very promising.

    I am not familar with this brand of radio. Maybe you are?

    1/ Mode 1 or 2 – Changeable?

    2/ Gimbal quality?

    3/ Telemetry support?

    4 3-way or 2-way switches?

  • Anonymous says:

    Any idea on transmission range ? Does this support rssi ?

    • SeByDocKy says:

      The range will be the same as the original brand radio. If the protocol support RSSI’s telemetry… yes it will be displayed

  • Nicolas says:

    Wow this one came from nowhere. No word about it on deviationtx forums so I guess they did not collaborate to adapt the firmware. Now question is: did ‘jumper team’ made modifications to the source code, or is it a perfect hardware clone of an existing TX so deviationtx can be compiled and installed for it directly?

    Anyway I was looking at buying a Devo7e but now I am waiting for a review of this one before pulling the trigger! Good point SeByDocky, you are really the first one on this news, could not find any reference of this Jumper TX anywhere on the web, twitter, youtube, aliexpress. I guess bangood team is behind this neat creation.

    • SeByDocKy says:

      Yes Jumper is AFAIK a subbrand of BG…. like Eachine can be. I definitively hope the hardware is more or less a copy of the 7E (seems to be)… and no problem to flash new built with

  • tweaks_off says:

    The link does not work anymore..

  • Michael says:

    And it looks very small.
    Hope the quality is good.

    • SeByDocKy says:

      Hope too … I should grab one for review very soon. But I know already, there will be soon some update of this model with improved gimbal for example

  • Ed Howell says:

    Have one of these arrived a few days ago. My main interest is Whoops and got sick of toy grade controllers. This fills the bill quite nicely. Supports most protocols and allowed me to take the batteries out of numerous controllers. Came with a nice hard shell case and neck strap. So far pleased with purchase. To be honest have not used RC since the 70’s. Back then Kraft was the way to go. The gimbels feel quite nice but having nothing to compare. However worlds better than toy grade. Setup in easy and the toy grade I have fly like butter very smooth. Does not cost a fortune and does the job .

  • R.CLIGG says:


    • SeByDocKy says:

      What is your Syma model ? For your Toad90 what is the associated receiver ?

      • roger cligg says:

        works with all syma bar the x56. found it semi-easy to use and straightforward. the instruction manual is pure rubbish but hey ho –chinese!.


        having ordered a furibee toad 90 with frysky bnf version the jumper does not want to know. tried and tried to no avail

        any ideas or is it the bin for the toad?

        • SeByDocKy says:

          The Syma X56 uses a new variant of the Syma protocol… not (yet) deviated
          For the Toad 90, is it a FrSky D8 or D16 ? FrSky D8 = FrSky in deviationTX, FrSky D16 = FrSkyX in deviationTX

          • Roger cligg says:

            Frysky version.Then says select d8 mode whatever that is.

            Think I may have been sold a pup.

            Maybe you can figure it out

          • SeByDocKy says:

            First … when you have to press and hold the bind button while turning one the quadcopter …… then select FrSky protocol and press bind (the receiver bind button still hold)

          • roger cligg says:

            since e-mailed gearbest and they have told me the jumper will not work with the toad 90 on frysky d8.

          • SeByDocKy says:

            It’s impossible …. I have many many FrSky D8 receiver working with the jumper….. Ok another test.
            In the FrSky protocol, when you press ENT on it, you can access to different suboption. One is finefreq and should be at by default….
            Try to bind with a value -40…. if not working -20, then +20….

          • roger cligg says:

            sorry. tried those options,still exactly the same.

            not even trying to bind

          • SeByDocKy says:

            Maybe your FrSky receiver is dead…. Is the receiver will powered ?

          • roger cligg says:

            everything bleeps n goes ,just will not bind.maybe something simple but i got that feeling they have had trouble with these

          • SeByDocKy says:

            Damned … maybe a lemon receiver ?

          • roger cligg says:

            you know that,i know that . rc escape has had one.

            gearbest –where it came from shun all responsibility.

            thankyou for your help.

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