The Immersion EzUHF Transmitter offers reliable long-range FPV/UAV model control with an output of up to 600mW. Over one year of development, testing and refinement was invested in the EzUHF line of products.
Robust FHSS link
The robust FHSS (Frequency Hopping, Spread Spectrum) link hops to a new frequency every 22ms. This increases the robustness of the link, and makes it immune to most sources of interference.
A GFSK (Gaussian Frequency Shift Keying) modulation scheme reduces unwanted harmonics, normally present with traditional FSK modulation.
Power Boost Switch
A transmitter-mounted switch controls the power level, allowing an additional boost to get out of trouble.
A standard Mini-A USB port provides a connection to a PC, for firmware upgrades, and system diagnostics and configuration. There is no external hardware required for firmware updating.
Twin 4-pin Mini-Din connectors provide the connection to the R/C Transmitter, and also to a compatible head-tracker. Even radios which didn’t previously support head-tracking can now be used.
With its flexible power source options, and wide PPM input range, the EzUHF Tx is compatible with most R/C transmitters available on the market today.
A standard DC power jack allows power to be supplied directly to the module, useful in remote-mounting applications, where long cable runs may be required.
The EzUHF transmitter requires a license to operate in most countries. In the USA, or the EU, an Amateur Radio license is required.
• Reliable FHSS Link (Frequency Hopping, Spread Spectrum)
• 433MHz/70cm Ham band operation
• GFSK modulation
• 600mW (~28dBm) output power
• Direct head-tracker input, adding head-tracker compatibility to most radios
• Power switch, ability to boost power when at long range
• Standard SMA antenna connector, compatibility with 70cm antennas
• Flexible buffered, AC-coupled, PPM input, ensures compatibility with 3.3V ~ 9.6V PPM levels
• Standard USB port (Mini-A) for firmware upgrades, and system configuration
• Single push-button learning of failsafe positions
• Binding function, which allows binding Single Tx->Rx, Multi Tx->Rx, and Single Tx->Multi Rx
• Works with 8 channel and 4 channel EzUHF receivers
• Power sourced directly from the R/C Transmitter (Futaba style), or optional DC power jack
• Built in receiver for future expansion
• Custom extruded brushed aluminum enclosure
9~12V DC 250 mA @ 12V in 600mW mode, 85mA @ 12V in 200mW mode
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Yes you will receive the v2 not the original that's listed it's now in a black case and running 500mw not the listed 600mw just a heads up & I'd also like to point out that the new version can be a bit hard to find best of luck but it is now black just like the newer receivers & ezantannatracker. Looks nice just surprised.
No free shipping.. More Hobby King lies. and when you chat about it.. all you will get is the best lip service you have ever had... Makes me wonder if HK is training politicians or vice verse.... Douches
Item looks well made. I havent had time to set it up yet.. Will do some rather abusive ranges tests and report back. From my place there is a mountain in view that is about 4km away. I will get a friend to sit with the Rx and tell me if anything happens while I look out the front window of the house and play with the TX end of things.. and Im sure that there are other companies closer to home that will treat you better than HK will and provide you this unit faster, friendlier and with actual free shipping! be warned.
This system gives you not only more range compared to 2.4GHz, but also ability to fly low and behind obstacles like trees, bushes e.t.c.
GREAT PRODUCT,EASY TO USE WTH FUTABA RADIO,FPV RANGE 2KM(DIDNT TRY MORE)WITH NO ISSUES.IT HAS INFLIGHT FAILSAFE BUTTON WHICH IS VERY HELPFULL.
FPV long range com esse Tx.
Muirto bom tx e rx da immercion ja voei mais 10km sem problemas .
S precisei atualizar o firmware do tx e rx para poder fazer o bind correto.
Perfeito para long range
ideal pour le fpv!!!
amazing unit control range far exceeds 2.4ghz and fells more locked in and responsive. I'm pretty sure there is lag in the 2.4 at range that this doesn't have.