Zorro EdgeTX Radio Controller - 4in1 or ELRS


TX Module: 4in1

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Featuring an ergonomic design, a large bright LCD screen in the perfect viewing position, travel adjustable HALL sensor gimbals, a nano size external RF module bay, built-in USB-C Charging, USB-C Data port for updating and playing simulators, rear and top assignable push buttons, scroll wheels, RadioMasters 7 button menu navigation system, headphone audio output, external power source input and a host of RF options the RadioMaster Zorro is set to change the game once again. Choose between the 4-in-1 and ELRS TX Module.


  • Supports OpenTX and EDGETX
  • Configurable for mode 1 or 2
  • Adjustable hall gimbals
  • External nano module bay
  • USB-C Charging
  • Supports internal 18350 batteries, and external 2s power
  • Foldable antenna for easy travel
  • Mounting points for aftermarket attachments


  • Display: 128x64 Monochrome LCD
  • Gimbal Type: Hall-Effect Sensor
  • RF Module: 4-In-1
  • External Module Bay: Nono Size
  • Supported Battery: 2 x 18350 (not Included)
  • RF Power: 20dB Maximum (4in1) / 250mw (ELRS)
  • Antenna gain: 2dB
  • Charging Port: USB-C
  • Operating Voltage: 6.6-8.4V
  • Firmware: OpenTX
  • Maximum channels: 16 (RX dependent)
  • Operating Frequency: 2.5-2.48GHz
  • Dimensions: 170x159x108mm
  • Weight: 350g
  • TX Module Choice
    • 4in1 (FrSky, DSMX, DSM, FlySky, Futaba, ect)
    • ELRS


  • 1x Zorro Radio with 4-IN-1 RF Module

Find the user manual HERE

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Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
Richmond Portis

The radio seems to be ok customer services sucks though.


Great delivery time

No batteries?!

I'm fine with the idea of products not shipping with batteries but to not advertise that it comes without them is a borderline scam. Especially because the zorro doesn't work without them in any capacity.

Hello Mason,

Under the 'Specifications' it explains which batteries the radio uses and that they are not included. The Zorro Radio uses two 18350 sized batteries, or you can use the balance plug on the bottom with a 2s lipo battery.

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