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LT200 5.8GHz 200mW 32 Canal FPV um transmissor / V

LT200 5.8GHz 200mW 32 Canal FPV um transmissor / V

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O LT200 é um tamanho de vídeo de alta potência do transmissor de embalagem 200mW micro do poder 5.8GHz ultra-limpo em uma unidade pequena.

O micro transmissor tem 32 canais disponíveis na banda de 5,8 GHz e pesa menor que 7g que o torna excelente para mini e micro quads etc. É perfeito para as elevadas exigências de 250 FPV corrida onde um sistema limpo, poderoso é essencial.

O TX vem com um cabo de vídeo DIY e um arnês de costume com conectores Mini Molex para plug and compatibilidade jogo com câmeras equipados de forma semelhante. O LT200 possui um conector RP-SMA para que ele possa usar uma variedade enorme de antenas de reposição.

Características:
• alta potência (200mW)
• 32 Canais
• cablagem personalizado
• Micro Sized
• Ampla faixa de tensão (7 ~ 23V)

especificações:
Frequência de transmissão: 5.6 ~ 5.9GHz
Tensão de funcionamento: 7 ~ 23V
Saída RF: 200mW
Sistema de TV: PAL / NTSC / SECAM auto
Conector: RP-SMA (NÃO SMA)
Tamanho: 29 x 20 x 8,5 milímetros
Peso: 6,8 g (sem antena e cabos)
Temperatura de funcionamento: -10 ° C ~ + 85 ° C

canais:
Banda A: 5865, 5845, 5825, 5805, 5785, 5765, 5745, 5725
Banda B: 5733, 5752, 5771, 5790, 5809, 5828, 5847, 5866
Band: 5705, 5685, 5665, 5645, 5885, 5905, 5925, 5945
Banda F: 5740, 5760, 5780, 5800, 5820, 5840, 5860, 5880

  • SKU 640000004-0
  • Brand HobbyKing
  • Capacidade ( mAh) -
  • Peso 76.0000
  • Comprimento 130.00
  • Packaging Width 35.00
  • Altura 70.00
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I'm actually happy that the transmitter outputs 4 volts instead of 5, because I'm using a tiny 1S cameras that prefers it. The power it provides is very well filtered, and initial test flights show NO motor noise. It does get kinda warm, so I mounted mine to an aluminum bracket that supports the antenna and camera. To maximize heat transfer I removed the sticker and didn't use any glue / tape, instead securing it with a nylon tie. This is for a Diatone ET 150 micro, so the heavy antenna connector had to go. Using a Dremmel I cut the legs where they clear the board, and the remaining legs easily desolder without any damage. Trying to heat them all at once is more difficult. A very light and flexible RHCP antenna is cut short and soldered on instead, and is also supported with a 2mm nylon tie. Channel selection is easy, the button sticks out the side for easy access. I haven't tested it for range yet, but the signal looks good. A big improvement of the "chip only" VTX I've used over the last year, at the same price.

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I'm actually happy that the transmitter outputs 4 volts instead of 5, because I'm using a tiny 1S cameras that prefers it. The power it provides is very well filtered, and initial test flights show NO motor noise. It does get kinda warm, so I mounted mine to an aluminum bracket that supports the antenna and camera. To maximize heat transfer I removed the sticker and didn't use any glue / tape, instead securing it with a nylon tie. This is for a Diatone ET 150 micro, so the heavy antenna connector had to go. Using a Dremmel I cut the legs where they clear the board, and the remaining legs easily desolder without any damage. Trying to heat them all at once is more difficult. A very light and flexible RHCP antenna is cut short and soldered on instead, and is also supported with a 2mm nylon tie. Channel selection is easy, the button sticks out the side for easy access. I haven't tested it for range yet, but the signal looks good. A big improvement of the "chip only" VTX I've used over the last year, at the same price.

First of all it is working and outputs RF 5.8 Ghz. The 5 VDC outputs 3.99 VDC that cannot power my mini camera. So this is not a big deal so I get a BEC to power camera.

Channels is easy to change this is a true. I set mine to F band and all 8 channels is working. I am gong to mount it to 250 quad and will post update.

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First of all it is working and outputs RF 5.8 Ghz. The 5 VDC outputs 3.99 VDC that cannot power my mini camera. So this is not a big deal so I get a BEC to power camera.

Channels is easy to change this is a true. I set mine to F band and all 8 channels is working. I am gong to mount it to 250 quad and will post update.

Works great! I use it in my mini quad Easy to change channels. Small and tiny. Fits easy in a small vehichle. Gets hot so place it in airflow, but that is not a common problem in a mini quad

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Works great! I use it in my mini quad Easy to change channels. Small and tiny. Fits easy in a small vehichle. Gets hot so place it in airflow, but that is not a common problem in a mini quad

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