The universal carbon fiber FPV monitor to transmitter mount will adapt almost any transmitter with a carrying handle to support a FPV monitor, for a nice clean All-in-One style Field setup! It’s perfect for our field view series monitors or any monitor that have a bottom thread mount.
The design of the mount allows the monitor to tilt to the optimal viewing angle as well as rotate over to allow for storage, and the hard stops make sure the monitor does not rotate into the antenna or gimbals.
Power for most FPV monitors can be provided from the transmitter battery, making this an all in one compact FPV set-up option with no ground station necessary!
One universal carbon fiber FPV monitor to transmitter mount.
https://youtu.be/jAlWE9D52boMy product came with missing screws! Luckily I had some spares lying around, so I was able to assemble the prodct. The quality is so so, overall the build is a bit wobbly unfortunately. Disappointed with my purchase and I ended up 3D printing a custom bracket..Mine came with screws missing to attach the bottom bracket too and one screw thread was broken. SucksAwesome piece of equiptment. Light but strong enough to use a 10 inch screen easy...Best thing is.. Looks cool as well as work perfect. AAAThis was a bit hard to install because I had no information on it. But after using Google to find images I was able to get in on the transmitter.Sturdily made and able to hold a small monitor, easy to set up and say to adjust as long as you have the tool for it with you.Really strong and light. I had to play around to get it to fit perfectly thoughgood product, very cheap buy itsimple, fits well on my taranis. thxCrap ... it's imposible to tight the screws of the part which fix holder to transmitter.
Distance between holes in carbon plates is larger than distance between holes in aluminium part. If you try to tight them you cut head of the screw.
I bought 1 from here and I got money back from HK. Tried bought it again, but there is the same problem.
It is so difficult to make them in correct dimensions?