The Dragon Link V3 Slim has all the performance of V3 Large, just in a super small package so that you do not even notice it on your RC transmitter. We did not compromise on the Dragon V3 Advanced Slim, we kept all the great features and gave it even more power at 1500 mW. We made it easier than ever to connect to your RC transmitter and be fully automatic, so there is no hassle and no extra steps before you fly. Constructed using the best performing, high quality components, latest and most advanced technology available. This system is built to outperform everything else on market and last for many years. It is not cheap, but it will be the best FPV investment you will make.
The Dragon Link complete system is made in the USA, and FULLY GUARANTEED in the USA. The system includes everything you need for long range and high performance RC control, there is nothing additional to purchase. Just order the complete system, and chose the correct options above for your RC Transmitter connection cables and airplane antenna options. NOTE: The Dragon Link system is for RC control only, it does not transmit or affect video transmission in any way.
The Dragon Link Micro Receiver is tiny, and at 10 grams is very light, but it is NOT a " Micro Receiver " in performance !!! The Micro RX is a FULL RANGE, 12 Channel, full performance, full featured receiver. The Micro Receiver outputs PPM, Sbus, Standard PWM servo signals, and is fully compatible with ALL Copters, flight controllers, OSD's, Autopilots, and other FPV devices. The micro receiver is the best oerfirnugm most advanced RC receiver ever made !!! The micro receiver is plug and play, and will work perfectly right out of the box. If you do wish to connect it to your computer, just connect it with any standard Micro USB cable as you would have for your cellphone or camera, and you can access a vast amount of features built in. Features include: Fully configurable channel mapping, Spectrum Analyzer, Emergency Plane Locater Beacon, Built in Memory for Complete System logging, GPS input, and more. The really great thing about this receiver is that each output pin is assignable to any channel that you want. To use all 12 channels of the Micro receiver, Simply feed the PPM output to your flight controller or OSD, and assign the remaining pins of the receiver to higher channels and accessories, This way you can use all 12 channels though this small receiver, All flight controls though the PPM and free up the remaining output pins for servos and accessories. For complete information on this new receiver, download the .PDF manual and configuration software at
Taranis, Turnigy, And Older RC Transmitters with removable RF module
This cable connects the Dragon Link transmitter to ALL RC transmitters that have a removable RF module. It has standard header pins that you connect to the RF module pins which are exposed once you remove the RF module from the back of your R/C transmitter. This is a very quick and easy way to connect your Dragon Link to your RC/ transmitter, as it provides both PPM and power, and is a one cable connection. It is not required to open the RC transmitter to connect via this cable.
NOTE: This cable will NOT work with the New High End Futabas that have a double row of very Tiny Pins when the RF module is used.
Spectrum, JR, Hitec, and Other 2.4 GHZ Transmitters with no removable RF module
This cable has a small " Mini Audio " type plug that plugs into the DSC or Trainer Port output of modern RC transmitters. This is compatible with ALL Spektrum, and JR RC transmitters regardless of model. This cable is a little harder to connect as the DSC / Trainer ports of this type do NOT supply power to the Dragon Link. This cable also includes a JST power connector that must be connected to an external 2-4 cell LiPo or 5 to 18 volts, for an installation that can be done without opening the RC transmitter.
Note: You can connect to the internal switched power of the RC transmitter, but this will require opening the transmitter and some basic soldering skills.
Futaba Square Trainer Port Connector
This is the quickest and easiest way to connect the Dragon Link Transmitter to any Futaba RC transmitter that has the standard Futaba Square type trainer port. Simply Plug in, activate the trainer port in your Futaba transmitter's computer menu, and it will work. We use a genuine high quality Futaba plug, not the cheap Chinese ones, for reliable connection and operation.
The Dragon Link is made in the USA and fully guaranteed.
The different antenna extension lengths available is the coax extension length ONLY. All the antennas will perform exactly the same, and have the same range. The coax extension is to mount the antenna elements itself away from the receiver. For a larger plane, the antenna should be mounted in the tail, so a typical coax extension length would be 36 inches ( 90 CM ) to run from the receiver in the front of the fuselage to the tail where the antenna elements are mounted. Antenna elements must be mounted VERTICAL.
For a copter, the direct SMA mount antenna is small and super light. The 15 CM antenna allows mounting of the antenna a short ways away from the receiver, as found on many small copters. The 30 CM is better for larger copters, where the antenna might be further away from the receiver.
OPTIONAL MOUNTING STAND:
The opitonal transmitter mounting bracket is to mount the Dragon Link to the back of RC transmitters that have a thin metal handle ONLY. This will NOT work for transmitters with thicker, plastic rear handles.
INCLUDED WITH TRANSMITTER ONLY
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.