So yeah, this thing is REALLY tiny. We’ve used a lot of little vtx’s….this one is pretty darn impressive. If you can deal with the 5v only and don’t care for a DVR, this is definitely an incredible bang for the buck with best in class features.
A bit of a warning: The solder points are very little. Just be aware that it's not the easiest to solder up and a fine solder tip and good solder will help make this task easy. Here's a link to good solder: https://amzn.to/2P5QM2W
- 5.8GHz 48CH FPV transmitter
- 5V input voltage
- Support OSD configuring via Betaflight flight controller
- Output Power: PIT/25mW/100mW/200mW/400mW Switchable
- Control Mode: BFOSD Control(RX)/Button
- Video System: NTSC/PAL
- Antenna: IPEX
- Size: 14MM*15MM*4MM
- Weight: 1.5g
- IRC Tramp Smart Audio Protocol
- 1 x Nano400 VTX
- 1 x 5.8G Linear Antenna
- 4 x Silicone Wire
- 1 x Heat shrinkable tube
In actual use, the Vtx seems to have some channels locked out like Raceband 1 and 2. This is not uncommon to comply with FCC standards.
If you need a Vtx table, copy paste this into the CLI:
vtxtable bands 5 vtxtable channels 8 vtxtable band 1 BOSCAM_A A CUSTOM 5865 5845 5825 5805 5785 5765 5745 5725 vtxtable band 2 BOSCAM_B B CUSTOM 5733 5752 5771 5790 5809 5828 5847 5866 vtxtable band 3 BOSCAM_E E CUSTOM 5705 5685 5665 5645 5885 5905 5925 5945 vtxtable band 4 FATSHARK F CUSTOM 5740 5760 5780 5800 5820 5840 5860 5880 vtxtable band 5 RACEBAND R CUSTOM 5658 5695 5732 5769 5806 5843 5880 5917 vtxtable powerlevels 5 vtxtable powervalues 25 100 200 400 600 vtxtable powerlabels 25 100 200 400 600 save
These things get hot! If you chose to unlock this little guy, don't run it over 200mw. I have ordered 3 of these and only 1 failed on me. That happens to be my first one and the only one I have pushed to 400mw. Could be a complete coincidence but since since switching to 200mw I have noticed a drastic improvement in durability .
Nothing but breakup and issues with this vtx. Wired 5v , set up to tx uart, irc tramp , unlocked , and copied vtx table . Nothing but breakup and will not remember any changes I make via osd or seemingly cli. No idea. Maybe I just have a dud.
Soldered to TX2 on the Nameless 412T board, IRC Tramp protocol for Betaflight 4.1, tried the pit mode on a switch method to unlock but still cannot change channels.
I have had good experiences with these until now. The 2 that I got recently are unusable. One of them transmits scrambled garbage on all bands and channels and the other performs so poorly - I loose video on all power settings within 50-60ft. I love FPV Cycle products and the careful choice of their third party products, but this one needs to be pulled as there is clear inconsistency in quality control. Surprisingly, the Eachine Nano vtx, is a perfect replacement.
Light weight, works great so far. Tiny pads are close together, makes it difficult to solder, but helps keep the wiring clean and tidy.