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Boscam RC805 - 5.8Ghz 8 Channel AV Receiver

Boscam RC805 - 5.8Ghz 8 Channel AV Receiver
Boscam RC805 - 5.8Ghz 8 Channel AV Receiver

5.8Ghz Receiver only

The RC805 5.8Ghz AV Receiver features a digital channel display and jumperless, one press channel selection. This receiver also includes an additional AV output for video recording while using FPV goggles.

Specs.
Receiving sensitivity: < -90dBm
Receiving frequency: ISM 5.8GHz 8CH
Antenna port: 50ohm RP-SMA
Antenna: Gain: 2dBi
Power supply: DC12V 220mA
Video output level: 1Vp-p @ 75ohm
Audio output level: 1Vp-p @ 10Kohm
Dimensions: 72.5x54.2x15.5mm
Weight: 52g (w/antenna)

Channels
5.8G : 5705,5685,5665,5645,5885,5905,5925,5945MHZ

 

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PRODUCT ID: 58GHZ-RX-1


Weight: 155g Quantity: 
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Price$25.99


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Total of 66 discussions.
William  1 points - 3/9/2014
 
New to the hobby. I have gotten an IdeaFly4 quad in the air and gathering hours of flying time fun fun...! I'm interested in FPV I'm an electronic engineer and very impressed at the advanced state of this hobby. Just got this reciever plus the Boscam TS-51 xmitter. Does anyone use the audio channel? I was wondering about the possibility of using it to bring back some flight data at some low low baud rate (with some added electronics of course*-) Thanks for any feedback Bill_H
 electronic-bits 6 points
HI William, I'm a software engineer, with half EE degree as well :) I've been also looking for ways to provide bidirectional communication to my quad. (yes it is fun isn't it?). Probably connecting the Arduino nano analog output to the microphone ? There is also a FrSky module that you can use which is bidirectional.
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MervinQuad  4 points - 2/24/2014
 
someone please give me a link for the battery that can be used with this rx...
 Janos 17 points
Mervin, I'm using it with a Turnigy 500mAh 3S 20C and sometimes with a 1000mAh version. Just search for them.
Bongalone  15 points - 2/15/2014
 
BUDDY CODE 311F8B5C-08D2-48FA-BE65-48D33A00E0B6
anarchomm  12 points - 1/13/2014
 
Do you know what is the cut-off voltage?
 Martijn 41 points
he doesn't like if you go lower than 7 volt
RichT  123 points - 1/11/2014
 
I have a Boscam TS351 200mA tx with a keyfob 808 #16 camera and a Boscam RC805 rx. I have the rx connected to an old portable dvd player.
I'm pretty confident about the wiring and have only ever powered the rx and tx with antennas on. I've tried the stock rubber duck antenna and a cloverleaf (RP) set. I've tried every channel combination possible on the tx (switches) with all channels on the rx...but still only get a blue screen on about 3 or 4 channels.
I've tested the camera output directly into the dvd player and can see the camera image fine... so somewhere in the tx / rx it is getting lost. I've tried the set up on two TVs with the same results....

I have the rx on a 9v power supply (spec is 7v-12v).. seems to operate fine switching channels, etc.. and not getting the overheating people talk about with 12v. The rx is powered directly from an 3s battery with 11.5v.
Any ideas how to trouble shoot the tx/rx combination with no addition 5.8gHz equipment?
 Janos 17 points
I had the same problem few weeks ago. Only the yellow (video-out) cable was connected to my camera, I forgot the black (ground) one. I'm going to upload a photo about the wiring and my channel combination, maybe it will help you.
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 RichT 123 points
Thanks Janos.... this gave me the clue I needed. In fact it was nothing to do with the vrx. It was my vtx (5.8GHz 200mW)... the ground wire was isolated and not connecting the camera ground. Once I cut off the original connector and crimped my own the signal was perfect... loving it.
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brettb
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Really nice reciever. works well. Similar to RC305 except easier to change channels. The AV out's are not 3.5mm stereo jacks like the RC305, instead these are 2.5mm. the power and AV jacks are on the same side as the antenna which iv seen can cause problems for some.


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yoric
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Specs.
Receiving sensitivity: < -90dBm
Receiving frequency: ISM 5.8GHz 8CH
Antenna port: 50ohm SMA
Antenna: Gain: 2dBi
Power supply: DC12V 220mA
Video output level: 1Vp-p @ 75ohm
Audio output level: 1Vp-p @ 10Kohm
Dimensions: 72.5x54.2x15.5mm
Weight: 52g (w/antenna)

Channels
5.8G : 5705,5865,5665,5645,5885,5905,5925,5945MHZ


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fotofish
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Got it as a freebie. Me likey. Now I have to buy a badass 200mW transmitter and go FPV. Sure a CP home made antennas is a must for good signal but I think original antennas should give a good starting point around 300meters for practicing.
Quite light 44 gram.


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alancer
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Got this item for free, built quality is great but I havent got the chance to use it on the field, I was thinking of buying a TX for it.


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Good price and well made. Make sure the channels are correct for your transmission system.


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