5.8GHz FPV Video Transmitter& Receiver Combo - 32 Channel Simplicity & Ease
FPV video down link capability doesn't get much more simplistic with push button selectable 32 channel capability and auto channel search capability. With this transmitter / receiver combo, you no longer need to worry about what band / frequency system is being utilized - simply choose the channel that is compatible, and you are set to go.
Paired together for an easy to use FPV system, this transmitter & receiver combo makes it simple to step into FPV, providing the transmitter / receiver system you need for the application at hand.
Functioning Band Frequencies:
A: 5865 5845 5825 5805 5785 5765 5745 5725
B: 5733 5752 5771 5790 5809 5828 5847 5866
E: 5705 5685 5665 5645 5885 5905 5925 5945
F: 5740 5760 5780 5800 5820 5840 5860 5880
FatShark / Immersion RC / DJI Compatible
32 Channel Capability
Push Button Channel Selection w/ Auto Channel Search
LED Channel Indicator
Light Weight / Compact Size
(1) 2000mW 5.8GHz Video Transmitter w/ Cables & Wires
(1) RC58 32 Channel 5.8GHz Receiver System
(2) Dipole Antenna
(1) English Manual
Output Power: 2000mW
Current Consumption: 800mA
Input Power: 7V - 12V DC @ 200mA (3S 11.1V LiPo Ready)
Antenna Connector Type: SMA-RP
Antenna Gain: 3dB
Antenna Impedance: 50 ohms
Video Standard: NTSC / PAL / SECAM (Auto)
AV Input: Analog AV Signal Input
Frequency Control: Built In Frequency & Phase Lock Loop
Transmitter Size: 58mm x 40mm x 20mm
Transmitter Weight: 60g
Receiver Size: 80mm x 65mm x 15mm
Antenna Connector Type: TBA
Antenna Gain: 2dB
Antenna Impedance: 50 ohms
Current Consumption: 200mA
Rx Sensitivity: -90dBm
Video Impedance: 75Ω
Input Power: 7V - 12V DC (3S 11.1V LiPo Ready)
Antenna Options: TBA
High Capacity Receiver Battery: PLU25-60003
Warning: It is imperative to NOT power up the transmitter without antenna installed; if antenna is not installed when unit is powered up, the unit can be damaged.
A Note on 5.8GHz:
For FPV flying, the 5.8GHz bandwidth is highly popular, and used often in multiple FPV applications. However, due to the very high frequency of the 5.8GHz bandwidth, "multi path" distortion is highly common, and with stock "whip" style antennas, 5.8GHz systems suffer greatly.
By utilizing a "Circular Polarized" antenna, video drop outs are reduced by a huge margin, and overall video clarity increases dramatically. By using a circular polarized antenna via your transmitter and receiver, multi-path rejection is added to your FPV system, allowing you to focus on the fun of flying, all the while extending your overall range & video signal clarity.
Disclaimer: A/V transmitters operating beyond 25mW may require HAM radio licensing in certain areas. It is the customers responsibility to secure proper licensing if such systems are to be purchased.
FPV flight offers new realms of possibility, putting you in the pilot's seat with a view like no other. Not only are you able to fly in a whole new way, but new elements of range & altitudes can be obtained, bringing an all new element of RC flight.
It is always the responsibility of the pilot to make sure that the aircraft is being operated safely, and within safe limits. Respect full scale pilots - NEVER exceed altitudes of 400' or greater, and never operate near active airports or runways. Always operate in safe environments, away from people, animals and otherwise.
It is always recommended to have a partner / buddy to keep your aircraft in sight in case of video drop out. Always be sure to practice safety, and always be sure to never exceed the limits of your RC transmitter. Never fly in populated areas where people are present, and always fly in areas that will not be compromised if a crash were to occur.
With higher power FPV systems, there is the complete possibility of flying beyond the range of your RC transmitter - be sure to take all proper precautions to avoid this, as any such situations are not covered under any element of warranty, repair, refund, credit or otherwise. In short, common sense is key - use good judgment, and practice safety with every flight.
HeliDirect LLC, or any company associated with HeliDirect LLC, will not be held liable for damage, personal injury, property damage, or any liability associated with any aspect of FPV flight - the end user accepts ALL risks & responsibilities.
* A Note On Range:
One of the most common questions with FPV flight is "how far will it go" - anyone who provides you with a specific range is either not being truthful, or is simply unaware. The range of your FPV system has an incredible amount of variables that no one can factor - this can be variables such as electronic placement, power output, antenna style, location, line of sight, local bandwidths, and on & on it goes. Simply put, no one can tell you the "true range" of any FPV system, so it is an absolute MUST to take every precaution necessary to avoid any aspect of loss or damage to anything while flying.
When flying FPV, do not depend upon your equipment, as no matter what you are flying, failure is always an option. When safety & common sense are used, you will reap the amazing rewards of FPV flight, all the while brining your aircraft home safe & sound.
Range of your FPV system is not guaranteed - use proper FPV systems & techniques to maximize your range, but please be aware that far too many variables exist to guarantee the effective range of any FPV system.