The Quanum 2.4Ghz VRx has been developed by FPV pilots for FPV pilots and its performance will impress. This feature rich, diversity receiver is perfect for fixed wing and multi-rotor camera ships and its performance will pleasantly exceed the expectations of FPV pilots everywhere.
Basically, there's no other receiver on the market that has as many features and functions.
When operating in full diversity mode the Quanum RC540R uses Adaptive and Dynamic Diversity using either RSSI or Video Quality to determine the best video source signal.
Channel selection has been made easy with an integrated navigation button and LED display along with two independent AV outputs so you can use a monitor and a set of goggles or even hook up a DVR to record your flight. You can even control each receiver independently with each receiver module outputting it's AV signal to its dedicated output port, great if you are running two separate cameras on your quad, plane or ground vehicle supporting, for example, a forward and downward looking mapping camera.
The receiver requires between 6 and 18V to operate so a 3 cell lipoly is all you will need to get your unit up and running at the field.
Easy to use, great results and a fantastic price.
Note: 5.8GHz screen shown in images above, 2.4GHz similar
• 16 channels
• Diversity receivers
• Easy to use navigation button showing band, channel, RSSI, spectrum graph, battery level plus much more
• LED display for the band and channel
• Three operating modes : Diversity, Independent, Spectrum Analyser
Video format supported: NTSC/PAL
Antenna connections: SMA jack
Power input: 6~18V
Power Consumption: 150mA at 12VDC
Rx sensitivity: better than-106dBm
Video impedance: 75Ω
Dimension: 75x 62 x 17mm
Ch 1 2410 MHz
Ch 2 2430 MHz
Ch 3 2450 MHz
Ch 4 2470 MHz
Ch 5 2370 MHz
Ch 6 2390 MHz
Ch 7 2490 MHz
Ch 8 2510 MHz
Ch 9 2414 MHz
Ch 10 2432 MHz
Ch 11 2450 MHz
Ch 12 2468 MHz
Ch 13 2411 MHz
Ch 14 2433 MHz
Ch 15 2453 MHz
Ch 16 2473 MHz
Quanum Diversity Receiver
Power and A/V cables
2 dipole antennas
I'm very happy with the Quanum RC216R 2.4GHz diversity receiver. After tuning the diversity switching delays via hidden menu i had a perfect signal behind metal containers at dockyard and few buildings at 500m with 90~100pcnt RSSI on 2.4ghz 500mw TBS vtx. Both on CL/Skew antenna. I can hear the diversity working actively with some beepings sound as it try to find the best signal all around. Btw i'm using this diversity receiver for ground off-road FPV with UHF radio.