SkyZone 5.8GHz Diversity Receiver 7.0 Inch TFT LCD Monitor for FPV 800x480 LED Backlight
This 5.8GHz Diversity LCD Screen offers the perfect solution for any 5.8GHz FPV system. It features its own in-built 2CH 5.8GHz A/V receiver, allowing it to receive directly from your FPV model's A/V transmitter! This means it can eliminate the need for expensive FPV goggles, or can be used simply as a way to display your FPV model's video for others to view as you fly.
Featuring dual A/V outputs, this monitor is capable of outputting the signal of both RF channels at the same time. It also features an A/V input as well as a Tracker Link port.
Offering true 5.8GHz diversity, this device features automatic antenna switching to provide the best reception possible. A foldable screen shroud is included to optimize viewing in bright conditions.
Features: • 800 x 480 High Resolution TFT LCD Screen • In-built 5.8GHz Dual Switching Receiver • Dual Buffered A/V Outputs • Capable of Receiving 2 Different Channels Simultaneously • Not Affected by 2.4GHz R/C Transmitter Signals • Lightweight and Durable • 9 Language Menu Selection
Specs: Screen Size: 7.0 inch Screen Type: TFT LCD Backlight Type: LED Resolution: 800 x 480 Brightness: 450cd/m² Contrast: 500:1 View Angle: 140/120° (Horizontal/Vertical) Working Voltage: DC 7~12V or 11.1V lipoly battery Working Temperature: -10°C ~ +65°C Power Consumption: < 8W Size: 180 x 120 x 23mm Antenna connection: SMA
Included in box: 7.0 inch 5.8GHz Diversity TFT LCD monitor Outdoor screen shroud JST power plug adapter lead A/V cables
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I just received mine, could someone please confirm the following issues I'm having. When I turn it on, my Power and my RX lights to NOT light up, and all I get is a black screen on AV1 and AV2. Could someone confirm is this is right and my transmitter is not working, or if this is wrong and I need to RMA. Thanks
It is a trouble from the receiver . I received mine last August 6 and I have exactly the same problem, I made a video ( www.link ) that I send to HK to demonstrate the problem but I am still waiting a response from HK.
i have SkyZone 5.8GHz Diversity Receiver 7.0 Inch and SkyZone TX51W 5.8GHz 1Watt 8 Channel Audio/Video Transmitter.
when i make connection , i cant take a clear picture in my lcd , maybe i do mistake lcd or transmitters jumper settings _ i dont know , how can i make connecions for clear pictures
anybondy has this combinations ?
anybody can help me for jumpers or channell settings?
https://w ww.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store/uh_viewItem.asp?idP roduct=35055
Thanks for answer Tvixen,
i read to many forums and i think maybe i should change my antenna. Because for best pictures this system
(5 .8 ghz ) should use Circular Polarized antenna...
i will buy this antenna for my system ..
"immersionRC 5.8GHz Circular Polarized SpiroNet Antenna V2 (RP-SMA) "
what you think ?
I received this monitor last week and its great for the value. The built in diversity works great and the screen is easily visible in bright sun light with the hood attached. However, it does blue screen... but only when there is absolutely no signal for about 2 seconds. So far I haven't had it blue screen whilst flying and I have had almost full signal loss. Another weird thing is that it blue screens if the fpv camera isn't plugged into the vtx, which I thought was a little odd. Just to let you know, it uses normal SMA connectors for the antennas, not RP-SMA!!! For some reason it won't mount on my tripod due to it having a slightly different thread (my tripod fits every camera I own), which is a bit of a pain to fit another threaded bolt to my tripod. All in all, I can't complain about this monitor as I am using it all the time due to it's compact size and portability. I just attach it to a tripod with a 2s 5000mah lipo and fly!
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it is ok for the value. i like more for that price. plus, small convenient, great range, easy to see. cons, tripod threadedbad, sound broken, cant adjust volume.
I have a few flights on this monitor now and am very happy with its performance. Clear bright image and the diversity is doing its job. I purchased a transmitter mount from another site and now instead of lugging around a tripod and base station case and setting it up I just turn this on and go flying. I wear glasses and also like to look up from time to time so this was a better option for me than the fatsharks. I should mention that I did have to open it up to resolder the diversity indicator leds with were not quite working 100pcnt. The threads in the mounting hole were a bit rough as well but that's also an easy fix. This monitor goes to static on a poor signal and a blue screen after a few seconds for a total loss of signal.
This is something I have looking at for a while. They were sold out for a while and I was really on the fence with goggles. Turns out the goggles came available at the same time as this unit and I opted for diversity.
The fatshark goggles are great but I'm going to wait until the new ones release in July with wide! 45 degree FOV. that would make it worth it. And maybe they will strip them down to be just slave goggles that I could plug into my diversity setup once I get or make cp antennas.
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Pros: Cheap, comes with a hood. Works well when things actually work.
Cons: Reliability. The power connector is very average and the device loses power when the cord wiggles around. I am contemplating removing the jack and just soldering some wire direct. Also, one of the screw heads was stripped from factory, making it impossible to fully open. The tripod jack is completely useless as the threads are almost non existent. The sun hood is great, however the power jack and the hole in the hood do not align, therefore I had to hack mine up a bit!
Overall: Good, but just a few *simple* things could make this product perfect.