We’ve tested a lot of different nano vTXs. There are a few good ones including the Pro32 Nano from TBS but this one from PandaRC strikes the right balance of value and performance. We appreciate the lights and buttons on it as well. Crack the mounting corners off and this is the perfect vTX for the BabyTooth and TP3 platforms.
- Incredibly small and lightweight
- Up to 400mW of output power
- Low power consumption: +5V/350mA@400mW
- Ultra clean transmission (Up to 8 pilots at once)
- PitMode - Power up your quad during a race. Now with team race capability
- Easy OSD, FC and RC Channel Changes with fallback button menu.
- CE Certified
- Stable power once warmed up.
- Operating Voltage: 5V
- Output power: 0mW/25mW/50mW/100mW/200mW/400mW
- Frequency: 5.8GHz 40CH
- Video format: NTSC/PAL
- Support OSD for RCDrone
- Connector: UF.L(IPE-X)
- Dimension: 15mmx15mmx3mm (with out mounting holes）
- Mounting holes: 16mmx16mm
- Weight: 1.5g
- ~0.9g bare board with mounting corners cracked off
- 1x PandaRC Nano 16x16 5.8GHz 25-400mW VTX - U.FL
- 1x Linear Antenna
- 1x Wire Set
I've had my share bad-luck or lack of skill when it comes to VTX's... I got one of these to try out on a new build and ended up loving it. With the stock antenna it works great, with an upgraded antenna it works even better. It's tiny, light weight and has a button! The only downside I can think of is that the wire that comes with it isn't the best. I'd also suggest putting a small band (like an 1/8") of the heat shrink only around U.FL antenna connector to keep the antenna safe and connected. I wouldn't cover the whole VTX as it gets pretty hot.