SkyZone has forged a reputation of quality and reliability and has been tested and developed by FPV pilots for FPV pilots.
The TS832 Transmitter packs a whopping 600mW of ultra clean 5.8GHz power! A must for those looking for longer range and locked in video. The TS832 is transmitting a full range of 32 channels and uses an easy to use 2 button interface, it also comes with a clean pre-wired harness, and only weighs in at a scant 21grams, it’s Perfect for a wide range of aircraft!
*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
Video format supported: NTSC/PAL
Antenna connection: RP-SMA, jack
Power input: 7.4-16V (3S Lipoly suggested)
Transmitting power: 600mW
Antenna gain: 2dbm
Working current: 220mA at 12V
Video bandwidth: 8Mhz
Audio bandwidth : 6.5Mhz
Dimension: 54x 32x 10mm(excluding antenna)
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Potente trasmettitore compatibile con tutte le riceventi compresi occhiali fatsharkBest for 5.8ghz... It is really workhorse. It is still working after completely damaged two chassis... ;)Boscam FPV 5.8GHz 600mW 32CH A/V Transmitting (TX) Module TS832 RP-SMANice transmitter, delivers a good, clean signal. Range would be pretty much on par with other older units I have. Having the receiver as well makes a very good FPV pair. It's frequency range is excellent and completely compatible with all the frequencies I need. My Immersion and Fatshark receivers are now unnecessary. The Boscam covers all FPV frequencies. I was concerned about the large bandwidth between upper and lower frequencies but they appear to have solved the problem.