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
** The use and operation of this product in some countries may require a license based on local government restrictions. Ensure you check your local government rules before operating this device. **
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