The LT200 is a micro sized high power video transmitter packing 200mW of ultra-clean 5.8GHz power into a tiny unit.
The micro transmitter has 32 available channels in the 5.8GHz band and weighs in at under 7g which makes it great for mini and micro quads etc. It’s perfect for the high demands of 250 FPV racing where a clean, powerful system is essential.
The TX comes with a DIY video cable and a custom harness with Mini Molex connectors for plug and play compatibility with similarly equipped cameras. The LT200 has an RP-SMA connector so it can use a huge variety of aftermarket antennas.
• High power (200mW)
• 32 Channels
• Custom wiring harness
• Micro Sized
• Wide voltage range (7~23V)
Transmitting Frequency: 5.6~5.9GHz
Operating Voltage: 7~23V
RF Output: 200mW
TV System: PAL/NTSC/SECAM auto
Connector: RP-SMA (NOT SMA)
Size: 29 x 20 x 8.5mm
Weight: 6.8g (without antenna and leads)
Operating Temperature: -10°C~+85°C
Band A: 5865, 5845, 5825, 5805, 5785, 5765, 5745, 5725
Band B: 5733, 5752, 5771, 5790, 5809, 5828, 5847, 5866
Band E: 5705, 5685, 5665, 5645, 5885, 5905, 5925, 5945
Band F: 5740, 5760, 5780, 5800, 5820, 5840, 5860, 5880
I'm actually happy that the transmitter outputs 4 volts instead of 5, because I'm using a tiny 1S cameras that prefers it. The power it provides is very well filtered, and initial test flights show NO motor noise. It does get kinda warm, so I mounted mine to an aluminum bracket that supports the antenna and camera. To maximize heat transfer I removed the sticker and didn't use any glue / tape, instead securing it with a nylon tie. This is for a Diatone ET 150 micro, so the heavy antenna connector had to go. Using a Dremmel I cut the legs where they clear the board, and the remaining legs easily desolder without any damage. Trying to heat them all at once is more difficult. A very light and flexible RHCP antenna is cut short and soldered on instead, and is also supported with a 2mm nylon tie. Channel selection is easy, the button sticks out the side for easy access. I haven't tested it for range yet, but the signal looks good. A big improvement of the "chip only" VTX I've used over the last year, at the same price.First of all it is working and outputs RF 5.8 Ghz. The 5 VDC outputs 3.99 VDC that cannot power my mini camera. So this is not a big deal so I get a BEC to power camera.
Channels is easy to change this is a true. I set mine to F band and all 8 channels is working. I am gong to mount it to 250 quad and will post update.Works great! I use it in my mini quad Easy to change channels. Small and tiny. Fits easy in a small vehichle. Gets hot so place it in airflow, but that is not a common problem in a mini quad