Comme FPV devient plus populaire fabricants ont rencontré les exigences des utilisateurs de FPV au lieu d'utiliser des équipements de sécurité re-marque, le Quanum Auto Scan est le dernier produit conçu spécialement pour les pilotes FPV et ne vous décevra pas! Il est non seulement un autre récepteur!
Le dernier récepteur Quanum FPV a un balayage automatique intégré et un écran OLED affichant la bande, le canal et la fréquence, la tension et l'état de la batterie.
Le Quanum balayage automatique offre 32, les canaux de 5.8GHz et dispose d'un excellent système de verrouillage de canal pour plus de sécurité. Ce système de réception simple et facile à utiliser est compact et léger et est la solution idéale pour tous les pilotes FPV, même ceux qui recherchent un système sur un budget limité!
• balayage automatique des chaînes
• 2 Fonctionnement Bouton, FR et CH
• indicateur de puissance du signal reçu
• 32 chaînes couvrant les bandes A, B, E et F avec verrouillage automatique
• 7,4 à la plage d'entrée de 12.6V
• / V sorties double A
• écran d'affichage OLED
• Batterie faible tension Indicateur
Tension de fonctionnement: 7.4 -12.6v
Récepteur: -96 dBm ISM 5.8GHz 32CH
Sortie: ports de sortie AV 2 canaux, 1 x RSSI port de sortie de signal
Dimensions: 100 x 80mm
Connexions d'antenne: SMA
Courant de fonctionnement: 100mA
Matériau du boîtier: Plastique
récepteur 1 x Quanum balayage automatique
Câbles A / V 2 x A
1 x câble RSSI
1 x câble d'alimentation
antenne 1 x Dipole
Gamme de fréquences:
Nice receiver. Very easy to use and works great. Bought it to complement my DIY FPV Quanum Pro V2 goggles I purchased. May use as part of a simple ground station in the future.This is a great receiver. A real bargain for the price. I use this receiver for a good amount of time with no issues. Real quality parts that work as they should. This is a great value so you should buy it.I really like this receiver, it fits perfectly in my Quanum v2 fpv goggles. The screen is my favorite part over my previous sky zone FPV receiver.I have received this item one week ago and it is already out of service. It's a shame cause the video signal that provided when worked was clear and crisp. But all of a sudden stopped working and Oled screen went black. The only thing that works is the blue internal led that stays on when powered. This little thing was working so great that even with a 1S LiPo gave a nice video signal, but now neither with a 3S LiFe works. A 0/5 for the product, a 5/5 for HK that has refunded me the price I paid for it.I got this little receiver and hoped it would work great. I hooked it up, plugged in my tx and my screen, and nada. Nothing. I saw it getting rssi @80pcnt and choosing the same channel every time and thought it was my TX. Bought a new one, still didnt work. I tried it on a different monitor, still showed no signal. Somewhere in between the receiver and the headphone jack, some messed up and the video wont come out. I would love to give this thing 5 stars, but mine just isnt. I will try for warranty and get a replacement oneI'll never NOT have one of these on hand. So easy to use and the OLED screen is slick.paired with the quanum groundstation, this item is fast to aquire channel and is good in every way possible... recommended by me!Better sensitivity than the standard boscam 832. Distance I did is higher than before. Of cause it has a nice display and RSSI connector to use with Quanum Groundstation or to build diversity receiver by your own.I'm pretty impressed with this. It's a really hassle free recever that just works. once you've powered up a new camera, all you need to do is hold down the "CH" button to scan for it. Within seconds it will be connected to it........... Or surprisingly in my case, Several 5.6ghz wireless security cameras within a couple hundred yards of my home. :)
Connection seems pretty solid, Just replace the original aerial with something a bit better and toy're away.Great little receiver, 32 channels, very handy autoscanning feature, low power consumption, light weight.
I use mine in conjunction with the DIY quanum goggles version 2, they fit perfectly into the little pocket in the sleeve and all cables come with it. Power can be shared with the screen and all adapters come with it. All you need is a 2-3S lipo. I use a turnigy nanotech 2s 1000 mAh battery with XT60 connector, very small and light-weight at only 60 g, and you can have fun all day long.
2 video outs is nice and RSSI out can be used to build your own diversity receiver. Check out youtube for more info on that.
Very pleased with this little receiver, just remember to get a decent antenna for it.