Foxeer TM25 25mW 5.8G 40CH Mini VTX with Race Bands WS1122
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Foxeer TM25 25mW 5.8G 40CH Mini VTX with Race Bands
Don't be a swamp dog at your next meet!
Designed for mini quad racing the super compact and street legal Foxeer 25mw 5.8ghz transmitter weighs in at a tiny 7grams. Excellent anti-interference performance and tiny form factor makes this the must have TX for competitions.
With a flexible 7-24v (2s-6s) input, Regulated 5v camera output - perfect for powering Fatshark, HS1177, CC1570 and a wide range of 5v/Multi voltage FPV cameras.
Comes with practical 3 pin jst connector for easy connection to FPV cameras and simple bare wires for soldering the power connection to your PDB.
Equipped with easy to access channel/frequency selector, so at the touch of a button switching between 5.8ghz bands is a breeze. No more scrambling to flick dip switches!
Pair up with a set of ImmersionRC SMA Spironet antennas for optimum vector free performance.
- 25mw Transmitting Power
- Tiny Size
- SMA Antenna Connector
- 5V Onboard quiet switching regulator for FPV camera
- Flexible 7-24v (2s-6s input)
- Not affected by 2.4ghz Radios
- Easy channel selection
- Transmitter Frequency: 5.8ghz
- Video Format: NTSC/PAL
- Output Impedance: 50 Ohm
- Input Voltage: 7-24V (2s-6s)
- Output Voltage: 5V
- Operating Temperature: -10 ~ 85c
- Video Band Width: 0~8.0 Mhz
- Audio Carrier Frequency: 6.5 Mhz
- Weight 7.0g
- Dimensions 43mm x 20mm x 7mm (LWH)
- Antenna Connector: SMA
Included in package
- Instruction manual
Wire Colour Code:
- Red:DC 5V out for FPV camera
- Black: GND for FPV camera
- Yellow: Video Input from FPV camera
- Green: Audio Input (not commonly used)
- Blue: GND for Transmitter (connect to battery/pdb negative terminal)
- White: 7-24V Power Input for Tranmitter (connect to battery/pdb positive terminal)
- Do not power transmitter without appropriate antenna connected - doing so will destroy the unit.
- Do not connect battery terminal to 5VDC camera out doing so will destroy the unit
- Always check polarity of 5V connection to camera
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