Update 5/30/18 - By popular demand, we have changed the way this transmitter operates with Smart Audio to make it easier to use; primarily for racers. It now saves the selected output power and channel rather than defaulting back to pit mode. Users can select output power/pit mode through OSD, LUA Script, or button and will remain in that mode for each power up. Mounting holes have also been removed.
Introducing the RMRC Cricket PRO V2! We have taken one of our most popular transmitters and totally redesigned it to appeal to today's pilot. Where other transmitters expect you to count blinks, beeps, or to hold your tongue just right, the Cricket PRO V2 is one of the easiest around to operate with a two button system and clearly visible LEDs! The heavy aluminum case has been removed and the SMA connector has been swapped for the increasingly popular and lightweight MMCX connection. The PRO V2 has retained the same, variable transmitter output along with the 100% US legal channels. It also comes equipped with officially licensed Smart Audio operation which allows the user to control the transmitter remotely. We know you will love the redesigned RMRC Cricket Pro V2!
Operation (Assuming LEDs are at the top, and buttons on the bottom)
Stay Legal with all 40 channels
The RMRC Cricket transmitters feature 40 channels (37 unique) that are all legal to use in the USA with an amateur radio license. The same cannot be said for many other 5.8Ghz transmitters being sold that transmit at/above 5925MHz and at/below 5650MHz. The Cricket also includes the "Race Band" that was first pioneered by ImmersionRC.
This equipment is being sold under the FCC’s amateur radio rules. Operators must abide by all applicable laws and hold an amateur license to operate this equipment. Use of amateur equipment without a license or use of equipment on restricted frequencies could subject the operator to significant fines by the FCC. By purchasing this equipment, the user is agreeing that they understand these responsibilities and will operate the equipment legally. For information regarding obtaining an amateur radio license, please go to http://www.arrl.org/getting-licensed.
47 CFR 97.215(c) sets a 1 watt limit for amateur devices being used for telecommand. Devices over 1 watt output should not be used for telecommand of model aircraft.
The use and operation of this product in your country may require an amateur radio license, and some countries may forbid its use entirely. It is the responsibility of the purchaser to ensure that the purchase and use of this product meets the requirements imposed by your government’s rules and regulations for RF devices. Do not purchase this product if you are unsure of the government requirements or are not able to comply with them. Ready Made RC, LLC cannot be held responsible for your actions if you purchase and/or use this product in violation of your government's regulations.