The SkyZone TS5823 transmitter packs 200mW of ultra clean 5.8GHz power in a micro sized video/audio transmitter! A must have for those looking to save size and weight while still getting good performance. The TS5823 is transmitting a full range of 32 channels and only weighs 10g. It’s perfect for a wide range of aircraft, especially small models and 350 size multi-rotors such as Quanum Nova, DJI Phantom, QR X350 and more!
NOTE: This is the V2 release of the TS5823 that has had the previous known issues with lines in the display resolved.
• Micro sized and light weight - perfect for use with small models
• 32 channels: Cover A, B, E bands and F bands
• Transmitter frequency: 5645-5945MHz with 200mW power output
• Transmitting distance > ~1500m (open area)
Modulate: Wideband FM Modulate
Video Format: NTSC/PAL
Output Impedance: 50 Ohm
Output Power: 23~24dBm
Operating Voltage: 7V~24V
Supply Current: 190mA
Operating Temperature: -10~85 Video Band Width : 0~8.0 MHz
Audio Carrier Frequency: 6.5MHz
Video Input Level: 0.8~1.2 Vp-p
Video Input Impedance: 75 Ohm
Audio Input Level: 0.5~2.0 Vp-p
Audio Input Impedance: 10K Ohm
Dimension: 40mm x 23mm x 8mm
Weight: 8g (without antenna)
TS5823 5.GHz 200mW 32CH A/V transmitter
GoPRO USB to A/V cable (for using GoPRO as A/V input)
Standard wire lead
*Note: Detailed spec sheet available for download located under the "Files" tab below.
** The use and operation of this product in some countries may require a license based on local government restrictions. Ensure you check your local government rules before operating this device. **
Here it is, a 200 mw vtx for your Jumper. works GREAT, increased range is fantastic.Worked for about an hour then the input power transistor burned up. I had it connected to a 3S Lipo so voltage was well within spec range. Upon further investigation I'm finding many others having the same exact problem: the power transistor burns up. This looks like a defective design.This works perfectly and I am getting much better range than I expected. Super easy to hook up.I plugged it for 30 seconds and it was woking good, but the next day it does not worked, it is not burned, it just do not turn on when i plug the battery, it does not do anything,the smallest transimetter for your quad with a good range of video outterrible range. went from a 1000mw boscam getting further than my FR SKy readio would reache, to this for a smaller quad tried many different channels still 100 yards is all I feel safe with. same antennas as were on my boscam rig so only change was this.I have the Quanum goggle set which I first used with the FPV Vapor indoor airplane with the 25mw VTX. Quite an experience flying in a big dome. Some interference for the low power in this high electronics background noise. Then I put this 200mw VTX on a Stratos and flew outdoors at the club field. What a great view. 99pcnt noise free. I am using the twisty antenna.
Works with a 2s battery.
There is one problem, As reported by others, the cable plugs into a receptacle that is not secured to the printed circuit board as strong as it should be. Add thin CA or some adhesive to keep it from breaking loose. If it breaks free it ruins the anchoring lands it is soldered to.
It is kind of simple but I did realize that the JST connector didn't have a red cable for power, positive and negative were both black so I was confused about soldering. Otherwise its pretty good for its priceAs others have mentioned, my TX burned after five minutes running on the bench!
It is noticed that the regulator burned.
I would not recommend to anyone!
HK what I DO????La prise usb n'est pas standard.
The USB plug is unique and does not fit anywhere.
Did not try the Tx yet