CC2500 NRF24L01 A7105 CYRF6936 4 In 1 RF Module For Walkera Devo Transmitter

$48.20 $179.85
CC2500 NRF24L01 A7105 CYRF6936 4 In 1 RF Module For Walkera D7E D10 Transmitter

Item Name: RF module
4 In 1 Chip: CC2500, NRF24L01, A7105, CYRF6936
Compatibility: Supports dozens of protocols,such as Frsky,Spektrum DSM2/DSMX,Walkera Devo,FUTABAS SFHSS,Flysky,MJX,Esky,Wltoys,and etc.

4 IN 1 RF module integrates four RF chips( CC2500, NRF24L01, A7105, CYRF6936 ) in one single PCB board.
4 IN 1 RF module came with 160mW ouput PA, LNA and high frequency signal switching circuit.
Plug and use,can directly compatible with Walkera transmitter, no need to solder or update the transmitter firmware, and make the transmitter has longer control range and Improve power supply of transmitter.
If additional welding 3 chip select signal and with DEVIATION open source firmware,this module can work with almost all the transmitter open source protocol.

Pin Definition:

Pin Function:
Name Attributes Function
CSN2500 Input CC2500  chip select signal
CSN2401 Input NRF24L01 chip select signal
CSN7105 Input A7105 chip select signal
CSN6936 Input CYRF6936 chip select signal
SCK Input SPI Interface clock signal
MOSI Input SPI Interface input from the device
MISO Output SPI Interface output from the device
VIN Power Source 4.5V-8V Input
GND Power Source Ground
RST6936 Input CYRF6936 chip select signal

RF Module Table, 

Supported Protocols and Models,

Related Firmware,Configuration file and Tools,

Open source protocol is mostly cracked,protocol version is constantly updated,inevitably there are omissions. Including but not limited to the following issues:
- Part program version DSM2 have protocol compatibility problems.
- Some receiver (original AR600) need to rebind per use,some receiver (Spektrum integrated receiver) frame rate is a bit slow. This issue basically determine the problem is on the program itself.

Package Included:
1x 4 In 1 RF Module


Customer Reviews

  • MattM
  • 1/10/20 11:10 AM
This 4 in 1 module is great for those of us who like to fly toy quads and hobby grade models with the same transmitter. I use a Devo 10 with Deviation, and I can fly just about anything out there. It's nice to be able to use a "real" transmitter with expo and better quality gimbals to fly your models. Installing the module is easy on a Devo 10. Only 4 wires need to be soldered.
  • Big-AL
  • 7/27/17 6:52 AM
My Walkera Devo 12E is a monster now! With Deviation 5.0 flashed on my transmitter & this 4 in 1 module I have it all. I can fly almost anything! Awesome! Works Great!
  • drmeltdown
  • 6/16/17 11:48 AM
I've installed this in both a Devo 7 and a Devo 12E. Both working as expected. The 7E install is more involved. The Devo 12E (or a Devo 10) install is SO simple. It's the best way to have an all-in-one transmitter! Be sure to read up on all the guides for Deviation.
  • magicmarty
  • 4/15/17 3:21 PM
Have 3 of these and all 3 perform perfectly I highly recommend installing a 4n1 module in Devo transmitters to take full advantage of its capabilities ..
  • BG615175191
  • 1/20/17 12:01 AM
Ordered this for my Devo 8 or 12, will install in one of them. It's a lot smaller than I thought it would be. Finding REAL wiring diagrams on each of these Tx has been a challenge. Check out for a lot of info on adding these modules to Devo transmitters.
  • sterl1970
  • 12/17/16 9:12 AM
This is a great module and a great investment in the long term.Mod this into your devo tx and hold the power to numerous protocols using deviation software.This will eventually add space to your budget and gives to an edge to purchase cheaper bnf versions.The merge of so many protocols makes this module powerful.
  • magicmarty
  • 4/1/17 3:33 PM
Got 2 of these and both work perfectly and are a must for anybody owning a Devo transmitter it really opens up the possibilities for the tx..Being able to fly almost anything using the same tx really is nice.. Highly recommended and easy to install..
  • craigr
  • 3/25/17 7:00 PM
This card is an excellent addition to my Devo 7e. Having destroyed my original CYRF6936 performing the diode mod, this module replaced it and added the three other transmitters that I need. So now DeviationX doesn't give me an error message anymore about a missing CYRF6936 and I support every protocol. There is so much information on the internet about installing this board in the Devo 7e that it was easy to do. Here are some photos of my 7e installation.
  • dstaron
  • 7/5/17 12:52 AM
Installed in a Devo 7e. Solder 10 wires to it. Edit ini file and it is working perfectly for what I have to fly. Get it and be happy like me or spend more and get the bigger transmitter and plugin module.
  • tengarang
  • 2/24/21 11:46 PM
i set this up in my devo 8s using the deviation firmware and works perfectly highly recommended
  • mmccaule
  • 4/23/17 12:21 AM
If you have a Devo 10 the 4 in 1 module is a must have upgrade. With this module my Devo 10 can now control 15 of my quadcopters. It is not hard to install if you've ever used a soldering iron before and you take your time. If you have a bunch of toy quads do yourself a favor and get one of these. You'll be glad you did.
  • jawzx
  • 3/14/17 12:31 PM
Three simple jumper solders to the Devo10 mainboard and an update of the hardware.ini in the Deviation opensource firmware and this module gives me access to almost every major 2.4ghz spectrum radio protocol! Plugs directly into the devo10's module socket and antenna, the jumpers to enable the NRF2L01, A7105 and CC2500 modules are easy to locate and solder. Have tested it with DSM2, S-FHSS, and KN protocol, and I feel quite well future-proofed for any new models and RXs I add! Module appears well built and packaged, It's not hard to find the instructions on the Deviation website, but I wish it came with a printed hook-up diagram.
  • Vidal
  • 1/30/17 1:40 AM
Your range will be about 150m-200m. If you want more range then install a booster module. Seen 2 watt boosters for as low as $17 on ebay. 2 wats will get you over 2Km
  • ken723
  • 4/29/17 6:34 PM
Put in a devo 10 running deviation, soldered the 3 wires, plugged it in and have had no problems. Bound to about 8 models, frsky, dsmx, and 2 toy quads, with the help of deviation forums everything went smooth and I cand bind to anything.
  • brbeel
  • 8/29/17 9:49 AM
Installed this in a Devo 10, it was pretty straight forward. Had to look up install instructions online because this did not come with any documentation. Tried it out with an Eachine 0100 and works great!
  • Fuyingbro
  • 8/11/17 3:33 PM
I bought two of these. One for my Devo 10 which was an easy install with easy 3 solder points.. Another for my Devo f12e with 2 easy solder points and one that took a little skill. Both work great after modding to run many more RX than what was available to stock controller. I can now use either to fly all my Devo Walkara RXs and Frsky RXs. Can still link my Devo 10 with my Devo f12e so one can fly while the other controls 3d axis dlsr gimble.
  • JonBarter
  • 6/3/18 8:42 PM
Great chip. Have purchased many of these and have had no failures to date. between this and deviation it really brings out the best of those walkera radios.
  • QuiddlerX
  • 10/3/19 12:36 AM
Installed this in my Devo 12S, and with a bunch of research, and what amounted to be a full afternoon of work, I got my FRSKY XM+ receiver all connected up and working. My biggest issue was, since there are not as many people with 12S radios, the literature was sparce, and in some cases, took a lot of digging to get it all put together. I found one picture on the forum that had a picture of his devo 12s all wired up with the 4 in one, but on the deviationRX forum, the hardware file code that you copy into the transmitter had the wires going to different ports. I eventually figured it out, and re-wired the 4 in 1 (only 3 wires for the 12s), got it programmed properly, and when I strarted it up, it works amazingly! 12s with a 4 in 1 for the win!
  • mratliff77
  • 1/15/17 12:18 PM
I got the module for my Devo 10. It appears to be good construction. Came with 3 wires of moderate length, a little long for me. Direct drop in if you do not want extra modules, extra modules require soldering the 3 wires according to this thead ....So far so good.
  • BirdBarber
  • 6/29/17 11:10 PM
These are amazing and easy to install on a Devo 10. Attached is a Devo 10 installation guide photo with wiring notes and transmitter configuration information included in the photo. Please feel free to share this or re-post, I reserve no rights.