AuroraRC Supra-VTX 5.8G

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AuroraRC Supra-VTX 5.8G 40CH 25mW 100mW 200mW Switchable FPV Transmitter VTX for RC Drone


Specifications:
The Supra-VTX series is transmitted as a 5.8G ISM band analog image transmission. It has stable output power, long transmission distance and strong power supply filtering. It can ensure that the image has no snowflake and no horizontal stripes under the maximum throttle. With stackable mounting, it fits perfectly into the upper part of the flight controller, improving rack space utilization and greater safety. The picture adopts the flight control OSD (TXD-IRC Tramp) signal to control the transmission frequency of the picture, and only needs to connect any TXD (serial port transmission) of the flight control to the RXD (serial port reception) of the picture transmission, and also retains The function of manual button switching. Support PIT mode tuning.
 
Features:
 
1. The output power is stable and the transmission distance is long.
2. Fast 3-speed power switching, independent two red indicators, indicating the current transmitting power of 25/100/200MW.
3. The frequency point uses 4*3 LEDs to display 40 channel values.
4, support OSD remote tuning (IRC Tramp), support PIT mode tuning, can only be opened in the OSD.
 
Performance:
 
1, input voltage: DC 4.5-5.2V
2. Input current: 200MW = 500 MA
3, power switching: third gear 25MW, 100MW, 200MW
4, signal channel: 40
5, frequency switching: manual button / OSD (IRC Tramp) (simultaneous support)
6, antenna interface: IPEX
7. Dimensions: 24mm*27.5mm, mounting holes 25mm*25mm.
    8, weight: 2.0 g
 
 
Overall introduction:
 
GND power supply negative
+5V power supply positive
VIN camera video input
RXD flight control serial transmission
 
Frequency adjustment:
 
First, manual adjustment
 
The FR button switches the frequency.
Short press: switch channels, 4 blue LEDs indicate channels.
Long press (2 seconds): switch group, 3 green LEDs indicate group.
There are 40 frequency points, and the specific channel frequency refers to the frequency list.