SkyZone products have forged a reputation for quality and reliability and are tested and developed by FPV pilots for FPV pilots.
The TS800 Transmitter packs a whopping 1500mW of ultra clean 5.8GHz power! A must for those looking for longer range and locked in video. The TS800 can transmit a full range of 32 channels and features an easy to use 2 button interface, it also comes with a clean pre-wired harness, and only weighs in at a scant 50 grams, it’s perfect for any long range aircraft!
The TS800 boasts an impressive new feature, the transmitting band and channel can be changed remotely by the user with a 3 position switch on their radio. This means you can quickly change to a clear band and frequency should you encounter interference on your existing channel.
When combined with the Skyzone RC800 FPV monitor and using ATT switching mode the monitors receiver can be configured to automatically switch frequency at the same time as the TS800 transmitter providing a clean and instant switch from both the TS800 transmitter and RC800 monitors receiver to a new channel simultaneously. (See the user manual of the Skyzone RC800 FPV monitor for more details)
*Note: 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: Covering A, B, E 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
• Remote channel switching via spare channel on RC transmitter.
Output Power: 1500mW
Frequency Control: Built-in frequency & phase lock loop
AV input: Analog AV signal input
ANT connector: RPSMA Jack
Power Supply: DC 7-28 volts (2s~6s lipoly)
Net weight: 50g (w/o antenna and wire)
CH/Freq. select: Remote or Manual
Channels: 32 (compatible with Skyzone, Boscam, Fatshark and Aomway)
The output will vary with input voltage. Using 12v (3S) I measured 1000mw, while 4S (15.8v) I measured 1400mw.
For me was a excellent transmiter, on my first test i make 3500 meters without image sag, return to landing for multirotor low battery. Stock antenna, and added BEC to power fatshark camera.With fatshark 250mw, the limits appears to 2000 meters with a marginal image. Beware with the power cables of transmiter, are inverted form typical fatsharkNot a bad transmitter but not a great transmitter. A bit heavy and fan is noisy. Video signal was clean with very little interference, I found range was not much better than a 600 mW Fatshark system. Mine worked fine until a bit of a crash ended that. Would I purchase another? No.As complement to my previous review, this transmitter has a consumption of 236 ma each in 10 minutes, or 1420 ma/h. , in 3 cell lipo. It get's verry hot, so mantain the fan clear.
Avoid to put the transmitter close to the Naza or Flight Controller because it have a high frequency vibration.Great Video transmitter, it works perfect with RC 305 Skyzone receiver. I use it in channel 8 of receiver and chanel 8 and freq 3 in the transmitter, i use a circular polarized antenna and yesterday i reached 3,48 km of distance with a very perfect and nice image, the flight was at 25 mts height. I'm using a Tarot 650 Sport quad.