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FrSky Taranis Plus Backboard + internal XJT module

FrSky Taranis Plus Backboard + internal XJT module

Regular Price: $46.00

Special Price $44.16

(Out of stock)

FrSky Taranis Plus Backboard + internal XJT module

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Replacement Backboard and internal XJT module for the Taranis Plus transmitter by FrSky.

Regular Price: $46.00

Special Price $44.16

Availability: Out of stock


Replacement Backboard + internal XJT module from FrSky.

This is a replacement Backboard + internal XJT module as used on the Taranis Plus (Will not fit the older Taranis). Requires good soldering skills to solder on a new antenna. Not recommended for average user, please contact Aloft if you require repair service on your Taranis.

This is the board attached to the backside of the Taranis Plus case. It includes things like the USB, Audio and Trainer ports as well as the internal XJT module and SD card slot. Your existing antenna must be unsoldered to remove your existing backboard, and this replacement board can then be installed and the antenna connection will need to be soldered on. This soldering process requires GOOD soldering skills to avoid damaging your new board.

May 20, 2015   Note - We are no longer selling B02 spec boards with the IPX connectors. We currently have B01 spec boards that require soldering an antenna connection. Aloft and FrSky do not recommend adding an IPX connector to these boards due to possible SWR issues.

  1. Relatively Easy and Great Customer Support review by Daniel on 7/24/2016

    I was having a problem with my taranis I bought used. It worked fine except I could not hook it up to my computer. After some diagnosing, I realized that my USB port on my taranis was bad. I removed the old board, desoldered the old antenna (watch carefully of what wire goes to what pad), and soldered on the new board. The board on the taranis has a really small bend for it to actually fit properly. This board fit but when tightening down the screws it causes the board to have a slight bend. This shouldn't cause any issues as the other board fit exactly the same.

    Relatively simple fix, tools required for it are:
    Phillips screwdriver, soldering iron, solder, tweezers, and something to scrape off hot glue.

    Once I verified the board worked I hot glued the wires back down to ensure the wires won't touch in any way. If you do not solder the wires correctly you will fry this board.

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