A compact 500mW 2.4GHz A/V transmitter module designed for FPV use. An excellent quality unit that has 8 selectable frequencies and audio/video outputs. This transmitter will give you excellent range and very good video clarity.
It utilizes a "Digital Phase Lock-Loop Circuit" without temperature drifting problems. It also features a highly integrated circuit board for ultimate reliability.
Selectable channels: 2410/2430/2450/2470/2370/2390/2490/2510MHz.
• Compact size
• Exceptional range
• Excellent video clarity
• Highly integrated circuit
• Uses "Digital Phase Lock-Loop Circuit" with no temperature drift.
Transmission Frequency: 2.4GHz
Output Power: 500Mw
Input Voltage: 5v
Modulation Deviation: 2.8MHz FM modulation
Sub-Carrier Frequency: 6.5MHz
Video Input: Impedance = 75ohms
Audio Input: Vp-p
Operating Temperature: -10C~+40C
Weight: 10.5g (transmitter only)
Weight: 27.5g (with supplied antenna)
Weight: 51g (transmitter, antenna and supplied A/V lead)
RF Output Connector: SMA
Dimensions: 40 x 22 x 7mm
Please check with your local authorities regarding operation of this equipment before you purchase. Regulations on power output, usable frequencies and licences to operate vary from region to region.
Where to start. For the price I can't complain, even for the £9 including shipping I paid to the U.K this VTX is great. The whole "It utilizes a "Digital Phase Lock-Loop Circuit" without temperature drifting problems" I honestly don't know what they meant by this. This VTX does indeed turn into a toaster if you do not cool it; so I highly suggest you only power it up when you're going to use it, even then I suggest using a small heatsink. No manual which was mildly annoying, I originally thought it was broken since I was getting signal some times and not other times but it turned out to be a fault VRX I had, which I have now repaired. VTX works flawlessly and I'm rather happy with it, managed to penetrate a good 2-5 houses without issues when I walked up the street with my goggles.Out of three of them I bought, one doesn't work. Still haven't tried the third one. It would be easier if there was a manual or something for channel picking, I had to spend an hour for guessing them.works prety good with the 2.4 ghz lawmate reciver. it gets a bit hot so there should be enough airflow to cool it down or i could mount a small heatsink on it . I use it with the short 2.4GHz Circular Polarized Antenna set. works prety good . but for almost 50$ (i bought it cheaper when it was on cyber monday sale ) i would expect a manual or something or a t least a link with a manual so i know wich switches to flip for a specific frequency but there was no manual. All in all a prety good and small tx. i belive it works even better than my original lawmate 500mv 2.4g