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2.4G 8CH Mini Wireless Transmitter and Receiver Kit for Camera TV FPV

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This is an 8CH 2.4G 1.5W wireless transmitter and receiver kit, it has FPV power input.It is suitable for FPV, surveillance system and DVD signal transform.

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Specifications

Output Voltage / Consumption current

Transmitter: 12V DC/1 A; Receiver: 12V DC/1A

Output Frequency / Channel Number

2.4G 8CH
2414G, 2432G, 2450G, 2468G, 2370G, 2390G, 2490G, 2510G

Output power

1500mW

Open distance

500~1000m

Video input

1CH

Audio input

1CH

Transmitter Figure Color / Weight

Silver / 37g

Dimension

Receiver (without antenna): 70 X 52 X 18mm
Receiver (with antenna): 82 X 52 X 82mm
Transmitter (without antenna): 63 X 30 X 14mm
Transmitter (with antenna): 93 X 30 X 90mm

Operation Temperature

-10C ~ +50C

Channel Switch

Manual switch 8 Channel

More Information

pdf downloadUser-Manual-Download

Package

  • 1 X Transmitter
  • 1 X Receiver
  • 2 X Power adapter
  • 2 X Antenna
  • 2 X AV cable
  • 1 X FPV AV cable
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  1. REVISED

    Posted by Unknown on 27th Sep 2012

    I wrote the review above. I have since used the easy chat interface to talk with suport personnel. They advised me to remove the clear plastic heat shrink alltogether. This solved the overheating issue, and returned operation to normal.
    The interference issue was solved by converting my control radio (Spektrum 2.4Ghz) to a UHF transmitter (433Mhz) long-range system. These start at $150 for the Chainlink Dare UHF. If I had done my homework, I would not have got a 2.4 Ghz video transmit knowing my control radio was on the same frequency band. But it seems 2.4 Ghz is the most affordable video TX, and I was going to get a UHF control system at some point anyway to replace my 2.4 Ghz control radio.
    For the video TX, 1.5 W may be overkill anyway. 500mW TX gives you about 27 dbi gain, the 1500mW (extra 1W of power) gains you only 6 more dbi of signal (signal strength, or dbi is logorithmicaly related to power). If you have the extra power, then I guess the extra 6dbi can only help!

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  2. Meh... some problems.

    Posted by Unknown on 25th Sep 2012

    This is my first purchase of this kind, so I have little to compare to. The camera is:
    600TVL SONY SUPER HAD CCD D-WDR Color Board Camera with OSD Menu DNR (PZ0420)
    The camera interfaced very well. I wanted to use this to mount to my RC car. 2 problems: 2.4 Ghz does not penetrate buildings well at all. The bigger problem was that it cut the range of my 2.4 Ghz Spektrum radio receiver down to about 80 ft.
    Furthermore, While using the included wall adapter I just experienced the TX overheating, melting the clear heatshrink. Interestingly, it did not melt around the heat-sink, but on the opposite side of the board. This was accompanied by video glitching (at 1 ft range). Blowing on the transmitter returned operation to normal, but does not bode well for this high-power device. Recommend lower power for line of site on this frequency, or a fan(?) to keep it from overheating?

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