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The Skyzone FPV 500-SET was configured from the ground up to be plug and play, all cables are pre-made with matching connectors, so no soldering or guesswork is required. The set is so complete even a “Y” power splitter is included for powering the video receiver and a set of goggles or a monitor off a single XT60.
The set includes the TS58500 transmitter, and this little gem packs 500mW of ultra clean 5.8GHz power in a micro sized video/audio TX. Great for those looking to save size and weight while still getting great performance. The TS58500 is transmitting a full range of 32 channels and only weighs 19g. And the Plug & Play set includes not only a match cable set for the included Sony CCD camera but also cables for the GoPro as well. For power the cables have mini JST connectors and a battery balance port power adapter.
At the heart of the set is the RC832 Receiver, it is nice and small in size, great for easy integration into your ground station or DIY goggles, but big in quality and features. The receiver uses the same two button interface, making channels swapping a breeze. There are two independent A/V outputs for both audio and video. So you can use a monitor and a set of goggles or maybe a DVR to record your flight. The receiver comes with 2 power cable options for mini JST or “Y” XT60 for receiver and monitor/goggle power.
To finish the Plug & Play set off a Sony FPV tuned 700TVL CCD camera is included with all matching cables and a set of 5.8GHz Circular polarized antennas for maximum performance. This set will get you FPV flying in no time, and a perfect match to the Quanum DIY goggles for a budget minded complete set.
• Plug & Play connection no soldering required
• Circular Polarized Antenna set included(LHCP)
• 32 channels: Cover A, B, E bands and F bands
• Two switching buttons for the band and channel with LED display on VRX
• Power off memory for last channel and band
• dual Independent video and audio signal outputs
• Micro sized 500mw VTX - perfect for use with small models
• 32 channels: Cover A, B, E bands and F bands
• Transmitter frequency: 5645-5945MHz with 500mW power output
• Long range transmitting distance
• 700TVL Sony CCD FPV camera
TS58500 V2 VTX Specs:
Modulate: Wideband FM Modulate
Video Format: NTSC/PAL
Output Impedance: 50 Ohm
Output Power: 26~27dBm
Operating Voltage: 7V~24V
Supply Current: 220mA
Audio Carrier Frequency: 6.5MHz
Dimension: 42mm x 23mm x 8mm
Weight: 19g (without antenna)
RC832 Receiver Specs:
Antenna connection: RP-SMA
Power input: 12V
Antenna impedance: 50Ω
Rx sensitivity -90dBm
Video impedance: 75Ω
Video format: NTSC/PAL auto
Dimension: 80x 65 x15mm
Sensor: 1/3 Sony 960H CCD
Power: 7~13v (3s)
Polarization: left hand (LHCP)
dbi gain: 1.5
TS58500 5.GHz 500mW 32CH A/V transmitter
RC832 32CH Video receiver
30x30mm 700TVL Sony CCD camera
Circular Polarized antenna set (LHCP)
GoPRO USB to A/V cable (for using GoPRO as A/V input)
Plug & Play cable set for camera and VTX
XT60 power Y Wire set for receiver and goggles
Standard power wire set
A/V Cable set (RCA)
Standard wire lead
Balance plug to JST for CAM/VTX power
Spare DIY A/V cables
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I damaged my connectors where an i get new onesI damaged my connectors where an i get new onesI bought this set about year ago. This was my first fpv set. FOV was too narrow. I replaced lens with 2.1mm. Antennas are not that good and range in about 400m. I flew few times further. Few times I crashed and transmitter fell apart. I was easy to fix but now I prefear when my anntenna is not attached to transmitter.
Now I have hs1177 camera, ImmersionRC antennas and ImmersionRC 600mW transmitter.
I would rather recommend set: hs1177 (35 USD), Aomway 5.8GHz (RP-SMA) antennas (14.79 USD), TBS Unify Pro HV (59.95 USD), SkyZone RD40 (48 USD) = 157.74 USD
or: hs1177 (35 USD), Aomway 5.8GHz (RP-SMA) antennas (14.79 USD), RC832 (20 USD), TS58500 (36.96 USD) = 106.75 USD.
In my opinion is worth adding 50 USD and buy best FPV camera (hs1177), best transmitter (TBS Unify Pro HV), best value for money antennas (Aomway), and diversity receaver RD40.This is my first FPV system. The system was very complete and worked off the bat. However as soon as I saw the picture I knew something was wrong. This camera is a 960H, which is not sold individually on HK. The 960H is only capable of 4:3 aspect ratio and it will just stretch it when you display 16:9. So this setup should only be used for a plane, not FPV Quads if you plan on zipping around and going crazy. The FOV is simply too small.Really awesome product from HobbyKing. Got it for about $43, so far everything work perfectly except a few things to note. Transmitter becomes hot just after a couple of minutes, flew it with my FPV Quad for about 10 minutes(Per Flight) and so far there is no issue. The antenna that came with this set is not so good, to be honest, get a better antenna when you're gonna buy this kit, recommend the Aomway antennas, just got myself a pair of it. Oh and if you frequently getting static thru your monitor, probably you have plug in the audio cable which interfere with the Video cable, just unplug it and it should solve the static issueToday I made personal record with this set.
Flew 1772 meters away and safely got back. Everything in stock! I didn't make any mods to the set! Video link had some interference but nothing critical. Most of the time the picture was crystal clear.
Best value for its money!Took advice of a review on this product and added the 2.1mm Board lens with the kit. Works great. A great first time setup for FPV.Does anyone know if the camera in this package has the programmable OSD? The pc board in this camera is a bit different from the other Sony cameras with the OSD. I am afraid to start grounding the pc pads in my camera until I am sure it won't fry it.This set is AWESOME. Tested it in the air and got 360 meters away without any interference and without any tuning, selecting channels etc: just plugged it in, selected first channel and began to fly.
Easy to use, reliable, relatively cheap. I vote for it to be the best choice for the FPV newcomer. Two things you shoul keep in mind: the transmitter gets hot when in use so do not place it inside the fuselage, and if you want sound the set offers you this ability but you have to use the microphone with external power and a little soldering. I tried standart tiny mic but it didn't go.fantastic fpv set absolutely flawless very good range and e4asy to set up