This SkyZone 5.8G 400mW 8 Channel Video Transmitter features a high power output for longer range with your FPV models. It also offers a compact size with built in heatsink to ensure your components stay cool.
5.8G Technology 5645MHz~5945MHz
8 Channel selectable
Video Format: NTSC/PAL
Operating Voltage: DC 7~14V
Supply Current: 220mA
Antenna Connector: RP-SMA
Dimensions: 55 x 26 x 17mm
5800MHz 400mW TS353 Wireless Video Sender Channels & Frequencies
5.8G : 5705,5685,5665,5645,5885,5905,5925,5945MHZ
1 x 5.8G 400mW transmitter
1 x Antenna
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Nice Transmitter, very compact. Think about Change the stock antenna for a Cloverleaf for better perf. Be Aware it is a RP-SMA so buy your antenna accordingly
I reached 1.5 KM without single video drop. i think i can push it to 2.5KM. will update some video soon
if you want to go a little bit far than the 200mw is a very good transimitter with a very small price and with a CP antenna you can get a very good range
Excellent power and range, it can also punch through trees and stuff if you are flying low and fast. .. Here is a link for the power output on this and a couple of different transmitters.
.. Use channel 4 for the best output (572mw) .. Oh, and here is a tip, use copper tape around the camera wiring loom to reduce interference, finish the loom with insulation tape to prevent any shorts. (copper tape from gardening shops, stops slugs crawling up flower pots)
PS: Says on the box 400mw, but its actually better than that.
Works great! except the power out for the camera is 12 volts so take care of that before powering on a 5 volt board camera!
Skyzone TS353 5.8G 400mW FPV Transmitter, I use the best device flywing me, the results are very good, and very sparingly battery
Somehow, this thing is still alive. When I received it, had a brain fart and hooked it up to my main power instead of UBEC. Which happens to be 6S. How this thing is not fried is beyond me, but it still works just fine as far as I can tell. First flight with it went out to around 300m without issues (stayed LOS to be safe), little bit of interference and signal loss, but perfectly flyable. Considering I hadn't even mounted it properly (do not yet have the RP-SMA right angle adapter) and it was right next to a carbon fibre plate, bloody good effort.
good SkyZone TS353 5.8G 400mW FPV Transmitter
Mine burn't up as soon as I plugged the battery in. Not good at all and now the waiting game begins.
Quality is ok for, the price it could be a little better.
as for the transmission its working.
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