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The RC832 Receiver is nice and small in size for easy integration into your ground station, but big in quality and features. The receiver uses the same two button interface as the TS832 Transmitter making channel swapping a breeze. There are two independent AV outputs for both audio and video. So you can use a monitor and set of goggles or maybe a DVR to record your flight, for when your significant other asks where you were for the last 4 hours. Powering the receiver at the field is as easy as plugging in a 3 cell lipoly into the included prewired cable with mini JST. It just doesn’t get any simpler than this.
*For best range and video link stability we recommend using the SkyZone 5.8GHz Cloud Spirit circular-polarized Antenna Set (SMA-RP) available below in the accessory’s tab
• 32 channels: Cover A, B, E bands and F bands
• Two switching buttons for the band and channel
• Two digits display for the band and channel
• Power off memory for last channel and band
• dual Independent video and audio signal outputs
Video format supported: NTSC/PAL
Antenna connection: RP-SMA, jack
Power input: 12V
Working current: 200mA max
Antenna impedance: 50Ω
Antenna gain: 2db
Rx sensitivity -90dBm
Video impedance: 75Ω
Video format: NTSC/PAL auto
Dimension: 80x 65 x15mm
Works well, but antena seems 2.4 ghz. I have interferences when controller transmitter is on.
With circular polarized antenna interferences dessapears.
these receivers works very good no problems hereGreat little receiver, works like a charm. Nice audio and sensitive in the receiver. I haven't as yet tested against the Immersion and Fatshark but should be similar in most respects. I wouldn't hesitate to buy another as a gift. One very minor point a few people have mentioned is the channel selection. Knowing how Phase Locked Loop works the switching simply couldn't have been done any other way other than a rotary device. From past experience the system used is the better of the two.Great receiver that works on all the 5.8Ghz frequencies.I have a fatsharkpredator kit with 5.8 ghz transmitter
Reception is verry good, just have to select frequency then channel