2.4GHZ 1000mW Tx Rx & 1/3-inch CCD Camera *520 PAL
12 Channel Tx/Rx video system with CCD camera. The camera uses a quality glass lensed SONY CCD camera system & a powerful 1000mW tx.
*This version features 520-line PAL
Unlike other generic systems, we have produced a wiring loom and included it with the camera so that the Tx and camera will be compatible and on the same voltage. If you buy your camera and Tx seperately the plug polarity and voltages may be very different.
Included. 1 x SONY CCD 1/3inch Camera 1 x 2.4GHz 12 channel Video Transmitter (1000mW) 1 x 2.4GHz 12 channel Video Receiver
Camera spec. CCD sensor type:1/3 color SONY CCD Pixel; NTSC: 510(H)*492(V) PAL: 520(H)*582(V) (Included) Scanning system: Interlaced scanning Synchronization: System:Inter Horizontal resolution: 420TV line Minimum Illumination 0.01LUX/F1.2 DSP+CCD: CXD3142R+405AK S/N Ratio: 48dB Gamma Modification: 0.45 White balance: Auto Auto backlight compensation: Auto Lens: 3.6MM Audio: No Input voltage: 9~12.6V Electric current 80MA Electronic Shutter: 1/50 (60) ~ 1/100,000s Video output: 1.0VP-P composite video Operation Temp.: -20~50 Size: 38*38mm Flight time: Approx 60min/100mah 3S
it depends on the antennas and whether or not there is any interference where you fly. the stock antennas are said to be able to get 3km. i found i couldnt get this, however with upgraded antennas, maybe even antenna tracking i think 8-10km would be possible.
Hi there. Got mine and installed. Worked very nicely, nice colors and screen.
When on field, the TX despites changing the showed number did not change the channel, stopping on some frequency near channel 8. The result is that the the RX shows a unstable and shaked image. How could I fix this? I am sure this is the problem since with the glasses on and changing the channels the "image" I get does not change.
Thanks in advance,
Easily 1 mile with stock antennas, 10 miles with high-gain antennas. For long range, use a patch antenna on the receiver and a omni antenna on the receiver. Make sure that your radio has enough control range before your attempt these ranges, though. Use a UHF like Dragonlink for long range FPV.