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FPV Transmitter & 1/3-inch CCD camera PAL

FPV Transmitter & 1/3-inch CCD camera PAL

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FPV_CCDPTX
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 Compatible with most 2.4Ghz video receiver systems this FPV camera and transmitter system is very versatile as well as light and very small.
The camera uses a quality glass lensed SONY CCD camera system. 
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 Voltage Regulator (input 3S battery)
1 x Micro Light Weight Video Transmitter (100mW)

Camera spec.
CCD sensor type:1/3 color SONY CCD  
Pixel;
PAL: 500(H)*582(V) (Included)
Scanning system: Interlaced scanning
Synchronization: System:Inter
Horizontal resolution: 420TV line  
Minimum Illumination 0.01LUX/F1.2
DSP+CCD: CXD3142R+405AK
S/N Ratio: 48dB  
Gamma Modification: 0.45  
White balance: Auto
Auto backlight compensation: Auto
Lens: 3.6MM
Audio: No
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*38mm
Flight time: Approx 60min/100mah 3S
 
FPV Tx Spec.
Power: 100mW
Voltage Regulator: 3S -> 5v
Without voltage regulator: 2~6V
Weight: 8g
Channels: 4

Usage: 1 3S lipoly will power the camera and via the voltage regulator it will power the Tx on 5v. You will need a 2.4Ghz video receiving unit to receive the image. We do not include the 2.4Ghz Rx unit because there are many different types and styles available and bundling them together will not suit most customers.

 

  • SKU FPV_CCDPTX
  • Brand -
  • Capacity (mAh) -
  • Shipping Weight 59.0000
  • Length 120.00
  • Width 28.00
  • Height 95.00
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Haven't ranged tested this TX will do in 2 Weeks.
Caution check the polarity of the cable that plugs into the camera module before power up! My positive and signal wire were reversed, you can read it on the camera module. Tested at night worked a ton better than expected! Going to solder cloverleaf antenna to board and test range will document tutorial on my website www competefornothing com

Very impressed with this combo so far!

I am pretty sure these are the channels....
1 - 2410
2 - 2430
3 - 2450
4 - 2470

I have tested channel 1 with AIO 640x480 goggles sold here for $360

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Haven't ranged tested this TX will do in 2 Weeks.
Caution check the polarity of the cable that plugs into the camera module before power up! My positive and signal wire were reversed, you can read it on the camera module. Tested at night worked a ton better than expected! Going to solder cloverleaf antenna to board and test range will document tutorial on my website www competefornothing com

Very impressed with this combo so far!

I am pretty sure these are the channels....
1 - 2410
2 - 2430
3 - 2450
4 - 2470

I have tested channel 1 with AIO 640x480 goggles sold here for $360

Haven't ranged tested this TX will do in 2 Weeks.
Caution check the polarity of the cable that plugs into the camera module before power up! My positive and signal wire were reversed, you can read it on the camera module. Tested at night worked a ton better than expected! Going to solder cloverleaf antenna to board and test range will document tutorial on my website www competefornothing com

Very impressed with this combo so far!

I am pretty sure these are the channels....
1 - 2410
2 - 2430
3 - 2450
4 - 2470

I have tested channel 1 with AIO 640x480 goggles sold here for $360

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Haven't ranged tested this TX will do in 2 Weeks.
Caution check the polarity of the cable that plugs into the camera module before power up! My positive and signal wire were reversed, you can read it on the camera module. Tested at night worked a ton better than expected! Going to solder cloverleaf antenna to board and test range will document tutorial on my website www competefornothing com

Very impressed with this combo so far!

I am pretty sure these are the channels....
1 - 2410
2 - 2430
3 - 2450
4 - 2470

I have tested channel 1 with AIO 640x480 goggles sold here for $360

I just received the NTSC version of this.. I can't say I'm very impressed with the quality. It's not sharp at all. The colors are very weak. I have a standard Rx that has a tune dial. No problems getting a signal. I tried it in the garden to about 75 meters. My receiver was hooked to my main PC and I streamed the results to my laptop.. I ran out of laptop range before the camera went off. It was a bit crackly.. but I couldn't adjust the tuning, and the receiver was indoors, so not the best test. HobbyKing need to supply instructions. I have never had any instructions with anything I got from Hobbyking.

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I just received the NTSC version of this.. I can't say I'm very impressed with the quality. It's not sharp at all. The colors are very weak. I have a standard Rx that has a tune dial. No problems getting a signal. I tried it in the garden to about 75 meters. My receiver was hooked to my main PC and I streamed the results to my laptop.. I ran out of laptop range before the camera went off. It was a bit crackly.. but I couldn't adjust the tuning, and the receiver was indoors, so not the best test. HobbyKing need to supply instructions. I have never had any instructions with anything I got from Hobbyking.

As requested by many people - please find the usual 4 channel frequencies below:



CH1=2414MHz

CH2=2432MHz

CH3=2450MHz

CH4=2468MHz



Hope this helps -)

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As requested by many people - please find the usual 4 channel frequencies below:



CH1=2414MHz

CH2=2432MHz

CH3=2450MHz

CH4=2468MHz



Hope this helps -)

Good video quality and TX is incredible small. Without jumper the TX transmits on channel 4 (2469 MHz). I use it with a common 4 channel USB RX on my netbook.



A connection kit for Eagletree OSD would be great -)



I can recommend this set!

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Good video quality and TX is incredible small. Without jumper the TX transmits on channel 4 (2469 MHz). I use it with a common 4 channel USB RX on my netbook.



A connection kit for Eagletree OSD would be great -)



I can recommend this set!

Everything looks i'm still weighting for my receiver to test it, I had put it together to how it is set up it was easy but i don't know what the yellow, white and red wire are for.

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Everything looks i'm still weighting for my receiver to test it, I had put it together to how it is set up it was easy but i don't know what the yellow, white and red wire are for.

I get only 4 stars due to lack of documintaion. great reange and decent cam for the little money I spent. works great with my FatShark Goggles.

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I get only 4 stars due to lack of documintaion. great reange and decent cam for the little money I spent. works great with my FatShark Goggles.

Los canales del emisor se corresponden con los de la fat shark

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Los canales del emisor se corresponden con los de la fat shark

here is a test http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=am8b1tFbkQA

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here is a test http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=am8b1tFbkQA

A 500 m/watt 1.2 gig would be the best

900meg is used for cell phones so no good in SA and UK.

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A 500 m/watt 1.2 gig would be the best

900meg is used for cell phones so no good in SA and UK.

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