The art of precision
Developed and tested a passionate team
of talented engineers and talented pilots.
Effortless Model Configuration (up to 18 channels)
For the first time fixed-wing, glider, helicopter, FPV, multicopter and construction vehicles are all supported in one radio. Now with the ability to take full advantage of up to 18 channels!
Smash all boundaries and do things your way with the Paladin PL18.
Adjustable High Precision Hall Gimbals!
Our new high-precision hall gimbals are easy to set up for or right handed users and feature adjustable spring tension, as well as adjustments for dampening and throw.
Fly YOUR way!
AFHDS 3 + support for external RF modules!
Nothing Will Never Be The Same
AFHDS 3 is our latest generation of RF technology. Developed specially for the PL18, AFHDS 3 is designed to be an all in one configurable, low latency (5ms), stable protocol for use at longer ranges (up to 3.6km), with stronger than ever anti-interference protections.
The PL18 is also designed to be compatible with many different external RF modules making the PL18 one of our most flexible products to date.
Dual Omnidirectional Antennas
The unique design of the combination of omnidirectional and directed of the antennas guarantee make the signals stable, and greatly improve the control distance and antijamming capability.
With the PL18, you will be the center of high sky and vast sea.
PL18 uses two omnidirectional antennas in order to guarantee a strong, stable signal at longer ranges.
The world just got that much bigger!
8 Hours Of Non Stop Performance
The PL18’s built in battery has a capacity of 4300mAh, meaning that the system will get over 8 hours of use between charges.
The PL18 has a 320*480 capacitive color touch screen, amazing FlySkyOS firmware available in both Chinese and English languages.
Wireless charging, USB charging
Voice / vibration prompts
USB simulator (For use with flight simulation software)
Compatible with FTr10 and FTr16s receivers
Copy and paste model data
Stable signal even with over 40 transmitters being used at the same time