Register

Product Finder

Settings

Useful links

Live Chat
 
[["US","AU","GB","DE"]]
Register

Quanum RunCam2 V2 Docking Station with 600mW 40ch Transmitter

Quanum RunCam2 V2 Docking Station with 600mW 40ch Transmitter

Now save save $0.00 $0.00

$43.20
Out of stock!
Rating:
Stock:
OUT OF STOCK
Weight:
78 g
SKU:
9171001332-0

Suggestion Box

Please let us know if you found any issues with this product listing.
We take our customer comments very seriously and in many cases our website modifications and product updates are a result of your comments!

Price War

If you've seen a product elsewhere for a better price, please let us know! HobbyKing pride themselves on offering the best price, so if there if you see something cheaper elsewhere, let us know!

Product
Description

There can be no better way to transform your RunCam2 Action Camera into a First Person Video (FPV) camera than using this purpose built Quanum RunCam2 Docking Station.

The easy to use, built-in, 600mW 40 channel Video Transmitter provides a stable video feed to your goggles or ground station monitor. This video transmitter has all your Fatshark and Skyzone channels as well as raceband making it compatible with most goggles. Changing channels is as easy as a button press with LEDs indicating what channel and frequency you are using. There is also a connector so that you can add an OSD to the system to your display.

All components are provided to have you operational in minutes. The kit comes complete with an SMA Antenna and JST power lead. Power to the unit can be supplied via 2~4S LiPoly batteries. While the unit is powered on it is also changing your camera battery. There is a velcro strap mounting bracket for easy installation.

What an easy conversion for your RunCam2 Action Camera to provide quality FPV video feed.

 

Features:
• Built in BEC to power and charge the RunCam2
• Fatshark and Skyzone compatible
• 40 channels
• Not affected by 2.4GHz radios
• Strap mounting slots for quick and easy installation
• Neat one piece installation of camera and transmitter
• Wide range of input voltages (2~4S)
• 600mW RF power output
• Operating Range 1.5 kilometers (open areas)
• Connector for OSD

 

Specs:
Transmitting Frequency: 5.6~5.9GHz (40ch)
Modulation: Wideband frequency modulation
Operating Voltage: 7-16.8V (Recommend 2~4s LiPoly)
Supply Current: 260mA
Video Input Level: 1V ±0.2Vp-p/75 ohms
TV System: PAL/NTSC
RF Output Power: 600mW (27dBm)
Range: 1.5 kilometers
Antenna Connector: SMA female
Weight (Docking Station Only): 33g
Dimensions: 89.9 x 41.3 x 23.6 mm (excluding antenna)
Operating Temperature: -10~+85°C

 

Includes:
1 x Quanum RunCam2 Docking Station
1 x Antenna with SMA connector
1 x Jumper
1 x JST Power cable
NOTE: This docking station is suitable for the RunCam2 action camera only.

Product
Specifications

Additional Information

  • SKU:
    9171001332-0
  • Brand:
    Quanum
  • Weight(g)
    78.00
  • Length
    141.00
  • Width:
    43.00
  • Height:
    67.00
Community
Discussions
Rate&
Review

Write Your Own Review

Only registered users can write reviews. Please, sign in or sign up

trending_up Value
verified_user Quality
playlist_add_check Overall
I have problems with the OSD. I have Runcam 2 + docking station with Arkbird 2.0 Autopilot System and Quanum Fatshark Genesis HD FPV Goggle W/Integrated 32 CH 5.8GHz Diversity Receiver. Everything works well except for the OSD. OSD information is displayed too low in the picture so that i cant see all the values. I cant see the "home distance" or the other power value on the right. OSD is just displayed too low so values are hidden of the screen. Is there any way to fix this? Im thinking it must be becouse maybe the docking station doesent rotate the picture through arkbird like the seperate transmitter would. Or im not sure?
trending_up Value
verified_user Quality
playlist_add_check Overall
verified_user Quality
playlist_add_check Overall
trending_up Value
Been using the RunCam2 for a while on RC flying projects. This gives it a new dimension. Put it on my 1.5m EDF sport jet and gave a couple of guys a ride. Powered it with a small 2S800 lipo. Will add OSD soon which can be plugged in directly! Vids below of our experiences with this product.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ag0YwPw3w4w
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0G5XXS5gtVY
verified_user Quality
playlist_add_check Overall
trending_up Value
Upload
Videos
Upload video
Upload
Files

Only registered users can upload files. Please log in or register to start helping your fellow hobbyists today!

Customer files
Bad directions download now [137.72Kb]

Product Tags

Use spaces to separate tags. Use single quotes (') for phrases.