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Quanum HB5808 5.8GHz 40CH Diversity Receiver for Fatshark Goggles w/Raceband

Quanum HB5808 5.8GHz 40CH Diversity Receiver for Fatshark Goggles w/Raceband

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SKU:
544000030-0
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This diversity receiver is a fantastic upgrade for Fat Shark goggles to give you a true diversity reception capability.


Very easy to install and to get flying in no time at all.  No soldering is required, making this a 5-minute job.

The Quanum HB5808 module itself is very user-friendly with 1 press auto search, and one press channel lock being the fastest way to get started. Alternatively, you can select and set channels manually.

By using the "Band Scanning" function you can scan all of the 5.8GHz band and choose your desired channels from the available ones.

 


Features:
• True diversity receiver
• Plug and Play installation
• No soldering needed
• 40 Channels available
• Incorporates Raceband
• Band scanning function
• Auto search
• USB input for upgrade

 

 

Specs:
Type: HB5808 Receiver
Frequency: 5.645~5.945GHz
Channels: 40CH
Voltage Input: 5v
Display: OLED
Channel switch delay: <25ms

 


Antennas not included.

Please see manual in "files" tab for full channel list and Setup.

  • SKU 544000030-0
  • Brand Quanum
  • Capacity (mAh) -
  • Shipping Weight(g) 49.00
  • Length 115.00
  • Width 30.00
  • Height 85.00
  • Quanum HB5808 5.8Ghz 40Ch Diversity Receiver for Fatshark Goggles
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Only really works on 'B' Antenna. No custom covers so I ended up using gaffer tape. Not a great look. Not great for firmware updates like the Realacc Rx's. A shame really. Its got me up and running but I can't recommend this Rx

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Only really works on 'B' Antenna. No custom covers so I ended up using gaffer tape. Not a great look. Not great for firmware updates like the Realacc Rx's. A shame really. Its got me up and running but I can't recommend this Rx

Just received, added to my dominator v3, good quality.
Keep in mind that is working only with 2 antenna pluged.
Overall great deal.

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Just received, added to my dominator v3, good quality.
Keep in mind that is working only with 2 antenna pluged.
Overall great deal.

Mine will not receive video unless the 2'nd rx is connected even if you select A in the diversity menu and has a large bias to the 2'nd "B" rx even if "A" is the only one with a antenna. also i found that while doing the calibration "leforge method" if both A & B receivers are connected i get correct rssi differences ie around 150-350 however if i only use A and don't connect B i get little difference and its high like 350-380 so maybe i have a defective unit but the video is solid as long as i have both rx's connected

Cpu is a STMF1 and i feel the code is just ported over maybe using stm32duino or something but im yet to find any repos.

I did notice a small mass storage device appears if you hold the down button while plugging the unit in to usb so I'm guessing that might be the way to update or that's where you'll put a bitmap for a logo

Value: is great so 5/5
Quality: was a little poor with the no video issues and the hard wire instead of silicon 3/5
Overall: 4/5 :)

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Mine will not receive video unless the 2'nd rx is connected even if you select A in the diversity menu and has a large bias to the 2'nd "B" rx even if "A" is the only one with a antenna. also i found that while doing the calibration "leforge method" if both A & B receivers are connected i get correct rssi differences ie around 150-350 however if i only use A and don't connect B i get little difference and its high like 350-380 so maybe i have a defective unit but the video is solid as long as i have both rx's connected

Cpu is a STMF1 and i feel the code is just ported over maybe using stm32duino or something but im yet to find any repos.

I did notice a small mass storage device appears if you hold the down button while plugging the unit in to usb so I'm guessing that might be the way to update or that's where you'll put a bitmap for a logo

Value: is great so 5/5
Quality: was a little poor with the no video issues and the hard wire instead of silicon 3/5
Overall: 4/5 :)

Just bought theese recievers and im pretty satisfied with them. I wish that i could get a lid for my fatshark that fits the recievers.

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Just bought theese recievers and im pretty satisfied with them. I wish that i could get a lid for my fatshark that fits the recievers.

Good product so far can walk down the side of my house and still see a picture yet to try out on the field

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Good product so far can walk down the side of my house and still see a picture yet to try out on the field

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