电视制式：PAL / NTSC / SECAM汽车
I'm actually happy that the transmitter outputs 4 volts instead of 5, because I'm using a tiny 1S cameras that prefers it. The power it provides is very well filtered, and initial test flights show NO motor noise. It does get kinda warm, so I mounted mine to an aluminum bracket that supports the antenna and camera. To maximize heat transfer I removed the sticker and didn't use any glue / tape, instead securing it with a nylon tie. This is for a Diatone ET 150 micro, so the heavy antenna connector had to go. Using a Dremmel I cut the legs where they clear the board, and the remaining legs easily desolder without any damage. Trying to heat them all at once is more difficult. A very light and flexible RHCP antenna is cut short and soldered on instead, and is also supported with a 2mm nylon tie. Channel selection is easy, the button sticks out the side for easy access. I haven't tested it for range yet, but the signal looks good. A big improvement of the "chip only" VTX I've used over the last year, at the same price.First of all it is working and outputs RF 5.8 Ghz. The 5 VDC outputs 3.99 VDC that cannot power my mini camera. So this is not a big deal so I get a BEC to power camera.
Channels is easy to change this is a true. I set mine to F band and all 8 channels is working. I am gong to mount it to 250 quad and will post update.Works great! I use it in my mini quad Easy to change channels. Small and tiny. Fits easy in a small vehichle. Gets hot so place it in airflow, but that is not a common problem in a mini quad