The SkyZone TS58500 transmitter packs 500mW of ultra clean 5.8GHz power in a micro sized video/audio transmitter! A must have for those looking to save size and weight while still getting good performance. The TS58500 is transmitting a full range of 32 channels and only weighs 19g. It’s perfect for a wide range of aircraft, especially smaller models and 350 size multi-rotors such as Quanum Nova, DJI Phantom, QR X350, Bix 3 and more! The Tx even comes with a direct GoPro to TX cable for plug & play connect ability, and of course the standard A/V cable.
• Micro sized and light weight - perfect for use with small models
• 32 channels: Cover A, B, E bands and F bands
• Transmitter frequency: 5645-5945MHz with 500mW power output
• Included GoPro plug and play cable
Modulate: Wideband FM Modulate
Video Format: NTSC/PAL
Output Impedance: 50 Ohm
Output Power: 26~27dBm
Operating Voltage: 7V~24V
Supply Current: 220mA
Operating Temperature: -10~85 Video Band Width : 0~8.0 MHz
Audio Carrier Frequency: 6.5MHz
Video Input Level: 0.8~1.2 Vp-p
Video Input Impedance: 75 Ohm
Audio Input Level: 0.5~2.0 Vp-p
Audio Input Impedance: 10K Ohm
Dimension: 42mm x 23mm x 8mm
Weight: 19g (without antenna)
TS58500 5.GHz 500mW 32CH A/V transmitter
GoPRO USB to A/V cable (for using GoPRO as A/V input)
Standard wire lead
Hmotnost ( g )
Worked very well - for about 45 minutes before it just stopped outputting any RF. Was using 2S power and SpiroNets.Excellent transmitter. I get a bit better range than Fatshark 600mW transmitter with the same antenna.Well maybe I'm not the sharpest tool in the shed but I wanted to use the multi coloured cable for my board camera and audio from the Vector. The plug is wired BACKWARDS!! Watch out and solder the power etc in the order that is on the diagram. The Gopro loom is correct but I don't use a gopro. I hope I havn't damaged it although I get video now that I've wired it up properly. Silly me for thinking red was positive and yellow was video :/I love this tx, small and punch lots of powerexcelente transmisor, buen blindaje, transmision limpia y facil de configurar, compatible con todas las marcas en el mercado (Boscam, Fatshark, aomway, immersion) con las antenas adecuadas puedes ir a varios kilometros
500mW is about ideal power when running next to a 2.8 Rx, any higher and you could risk flooding your 2.8 Rx and possibly lose control.
Don't waste your money on a 1W or 1.5W as there is little gain in actual range.
Easiest and best way to increase range is a good VRX and a good set of antennas.Very nice little transmitter., works fine for fatshark stuff,
Has with a RP-SMA, one with the pin , so make sure you get the correct antenna, as there is a standard whip one, haven't even used it, went strait to a circular polarised antenna.
good range so far, cant say what the range is for definite because no long range transmitter gear, but i never had a problem so far, probably more range than my 2.4ghz can go
gets fairly warm when not flying, eg for testing, little worried but when flying with airflow over it, doesn't seem to be a problem.
Very small footprint on the frame, currently using it on a 250 sized mini FPV quad with an antenna extension cable.good tx smal size very good for tricoptersHas a higher measured output power than the 600mW models. The case is nicely made too.
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