Boscam 5.8Ghz 200mW transmitter. This system is Good for up to 500m flying with the supplied antenna. An optional directional antenna can extend range to 1km+. This unit a Includes built-in microphone.
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PRODUCT ID: 263000002
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I plug 3s 500mah 12v lipo battery into power in red and - black (2 cable) and why output at 5 cable green, white, yellow, red, black.. Voltage output is 10.8v its very high for my camera (mobius cam). This this factory defects?
Hi, the white wire is for audio, the yellow one is for video, and the black one is the ground. You should not use the green one neither the red one : normal cameras run on 12v but not the Mobius, which should be powered either by the internal battery or a 5v input - such as the one of the receiver. Hove I will have helped !
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Be very careful if using with the GOPRO. First of all the main supply is incorrect, red is negative and vice versa. When connecting the gopro I found that ground was outputting 12v which subsequently blew the 'video out' from the GOPRO, not impressed. Again, make sure of polarities before connecting anything. Not sure if this applies to all units or if I was just unlucky. I now have a GOPRO which I cannot use for FPV.
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Very good little unit, when paired up with a blue beam antenna set (cloverleaf skew planar) i get 2000 feet crystal clear. Haven't gone further yet.
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I've used mine once only so far and flew exactly 1.7km far using Circular Wireless skew planer wheel antennas. I didn't even bother to try the standard omni antennas. I was impressed with the range.
Some documentation on how to use audio would be nice to have since it has 2 audio input connections and a microphone. I'm using an external mic connected to both input audio wires at the same time. I don't know if the transmitter switches the internal microphone off based on some conditions or not.