12 Channel 900Mhz Tx/Rx video system with CCD camera. Great for FPV systems in countries with ristrictive RF power output. The 100mW system is legal in most countries.
Unlike other generic systems, we have produced a wiring loom and included it with the camera so that the Tx and camera will be compatible and on the same voltage.
If you buy your camera and Tx seperately the plug polarity and voltages may be very different.Included.
1 x SONY CCD 1/3inch Camera
1 x 900Mhz 8 channel Video Transmitter (100mW)1 x 900Mhz 12 channel Video ReceiverCamera spec.CCD sensor type: 1/3 color SONY CCD
Pixel: 500(H) x 582(V) (PAL)
Scanning system: Interlaced scanning
Synchronization: System: Internal synchronization
Horizontal resolution: 420TV line
Minimum Illumination 0.01LUX/F1.2
S/N Ratio: 48dB
Gamma Modification: 0.45
White balance: Auto
Auto backlight compensation: Auto
Input voltage: 9~12.6V
Electric current 80MA
Electronic Shutter: 1/50 (60) ~ 1/100,000s
Video output: 1.0VP-P composite video
Operation Temp.: -20~50
Size: 38 x 38mm
Flight time: Approx 60min/100mah 3SFPV Tx Spec.
Channel: 8-Ch, AV synchronizationPower: 100mW
Input voltage: 12V
Weight: 29.9gSize: 45x38x12mm
Frequency: 0.9G 0.910G,0.980G,1.10G,1.040G
900mhz in India is like asking a fish to swim in glycerine solution....the range is not great but I love the plug and play aspect...this should work well in a radio environment which is a bit less noisy...great for beginnersgood starter setup, if your in the states this i a good setup to have.J'ai test le 900mhz 200mw jusqu' 1.8km sans problme avec les antennes d'origine.I use this little tx for range test to my big 3000mw tx, and it is very good.
I get 1,5km range ( free space no trees, buildings or ground between ).
Very good for 100mw.
SoerenThis is a fantastic entry level kit, for the price it cant be beaten.
The low range being reported it due to incorrect antennas being used, my set up is a high gain Yaggi antenna on the ground and a 3dBi whip on my plane (AXN floater jet) with this set up I have had close to a mile.
The main advantages of a low mW kit is low power consumption so smaller 3s battery's can be used thus saving weight and the TX wont burn up if left connected like some of the high power units out there.
In summery I would really recommend this kit, just make sure you invest in ether a patch or yaggi antenna to get the best out of it.Decent entry-level FPV system. Antennas should be upgraded. Frequency measurements from spectrum analyzer.
Camera: Good resolution, very good low light performance, lens is ok but can be upgraded.
Tx: Gets warm but can work without heatsink. Frequencies (jumper next to antenna conn. first): 910, 980, 1010 & 1040MHz
Rx: Power center pin positive, frequencies (CH 0-9, H, C): 910, 980, 1010, 1040, 1080, 1120, 1160, 1200, 1240, 1280, 1320, 1360MHzMy flight test. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iRlvCQUGLpM
Interference caused by laptop and the rx having same power source. Have to fix that.
Sometimes the system gets interference from gsm network. The weather was bad and it was quite dark but the video was ok.I am not happy with this system, i use it on my hong nor scrt10 with antenna on the outside. Graupner xs-6 40mhz FM tx.
I cannot go around some cars on a parking spot and I got interference, image drops and total blackscreen after 30 meters. the camera is colored but I loose color after 10 meters while having visual contact. no mic so no sound. there was no manual although it was easy to setup.
it's a total waste because I cannot do what I wanTransmitter is a very bad quality, does not function properly, sometimes receipt and then again not. How a loose contact. If it receipt has then good picture and well reach. I have looked the transmitter sometimes from the inside, have processed very badly.400m ground test range with good image. Very good. Maybe more without trees. I'm gona update my receiver antenna to 10dbi. Flight test begins in two weeks.