LawMate video transmission equipment has been setting the standard in FPV for some time and now Hobbyking are proud to be setting a new standard in price!
Manufactured in Taiwan to exacting standards LawMate products are second to none and are renowed for video clarity and exceptional range.
Voltage: DC 12v
Current Draw: 450mA
Power Output: 1000mw
Weight 30gram (without antenna)
Size: 26mm x 50mm x 13mm
Antenna out: SMA (Antenna included)
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Please check with your local authorities regarding operation of this equipment before you purchase. Regulations on power output, usable frequencies and licences to operate vary from region to region.
Manunfactured in Taiwan.
Yes I got Mine Last week. I love It . Very Very good,and when combined witht the right Areal clover leaf is well turned to go nicly i do like a clean 1-2 k with out any wirless or video glitches in any way . id say do 3-5 kilomters clean with patch pointing can go to long 6-10 k with the 2 wat controler is good. i useing just the needed gear incase i loose out during tests/ tho only,, my bad wireing can let me down,/ this 1.2 will Not let you down, this Is So good.. i had to locate another. and I will Have 2 FPV sets 1 w and 2 w controler ,, i want another UHF 5 w booster. being the Ultimate Long distance Controler Transmitter 433 uhf, yet 1-2w is the Go to suite this well. 5 wat might be evan further but will you realy want to go 30k.1- 5 k seams enough for me. thanks, great pruduct .The best Tx in the world. Using original antennas, I can fly 3km... The image quality is very good. I recommend!didnt tested it yet. heard about some problems with 2.4ghz i will update you about my FrSky 2.4GHz laterBeste Video TX availeble for a great price! Perfect image with long range!Just got my 1.2 TX/RX pair.
Power tested OK at the stated 1 watt.
Their were no instructions with either the RX or TX as to which channel is which. It seems the TX has binary encoded switches which correspond to the 8 channels listed, and the RX has 8 dip switches which select channels 1 to 8.
The video quality is very good with no discernible picture quality difference between the transmitted signal and that from a direct coax connection between the camera and 22 inch monitor when using a 700 line camera (PAL)
I was not able to do a range check, only tested at short range.
The TX needs an additional heat sink as it gets too hot very quickly even at a cool room temperature.
HK please publish a list of channels versus switches for both the TX and RX.