The NexWaveRF based 700mW 2.4GHz audio/video transmitter greatly increases the range of your video link, adding a margin of security over commonly used 5.8GHz transmitters. Team this TX up with either a Duo2400 or Uno2400 for amazing image quality and range.
Built on the same game changing NexWaveRF technology that has made the ImmersionRC 5.8GHz transmitters such a renowned success the 2.4GHz audio/video transmitter is built on this proven technology to offer you the best possible image quality, durability and ease of use.
Sporting roughly the same size and weight as the ImmersionRC's 5.8GHz audio/video transmitters the new 2.4GHz audio/video transmitter brings a few features to market that will allow you to further reap the benefits of choosing ImmersionRC's equipment for your next FPV mission.
The 5V output has been beefed up to handle up to 1.5A of current output, which means you can power, and charge, your HD camera such as a Mobius, straight off of our audio/video transmitter. So no more fiddling with external 5V supplies, just hook it up and be done with it.
The new 700mW 2.4GHz transmitter is designed to run straight off of your main flight-pack and supports a wide voltage input range of 6-25V (2~6s) direct. Due to its extremely low-noise and highly efficient switching regulator, there's no additional heat being generated when running off of higher voltages and the switching regulator's input is well filtered to cope with noise from your speed controller, or other electronics connected within your aircraft.
The NexWaveRF based 2.4GHz audio/video transmitter has a 700mW/28.5dB RF output power, putting it a notch above the commonly available 500mW 2.4GHz transmitters from other manufacturers. It features the same industry standard locking connectors for connecting your battery and camera or audio/video source as featured on ImmersionRC's other products.
This makes the new 2.4GHz audio/video transmitter fully compatible with the existing 5.8GHz audio/video transmitters; it can be swapped out directly as all the connectors, and connector pin-outs, are the same. This also applies to the SMA-female antenna connector used.
• 700mW transmitting power
• NexwaveRF based
• 5V 1.5A output for FPV camera and charging
• Small Size
• SMA Antenna Connector
• Onboard quiet switching regulator 2~6s direct capable
RF Module: NexwaveRF
Power supply: 6~25V (2S-6S supply)
Power out (to camera): 5V, 1.5A max
Transmitting power: 700mW
Operating Frequency: 2.4GHz (2396, 2410, 2430MHz)
Dimensions: 57 X 23 X 12 mm
Weight: 18g (without dipole antenna)
Note: It is the users responsibility to ensure that the use of this product meets the requirements imposed by your government’s rules and regulations for RF devices.
I'd look in to the paper work on line form immersionrc and if there's nothing there for the 2.4-look up the 5.8 system & go off of that, I know you'll need a 2.4 receiver if you don't have one all ready and a compatible tx like the ezuhf somyout not swompim the video receiver with your 2.4 transmitter. Hope this helps.Not recommended if you don't already have robust FPV knowledge. No documentation provided or available. Currently it's not working with my FatShark goggles. Any ideas for where to turn would be super duper helpful! Thanks in advance everyone!