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FOX 1.3GHz 200mW transmitter for FPV


Product Code: FOX13GHz200mWtransmitterforFPV
Condition: New

5.0 average, based on 1 reviews

Manufacturer: Partom

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FOX 1.3G 200mW Transmitter for FPV

1.3G 200mW (real power)Wireless AV transmitter,  small and light,|
17g ,25g with antenna, very suitable for small airplane,
can be locked in 1280Mhz.

 Works together with this FOX receiver!

Working Voltage:    DC 12V
Working Current:    200mA
Channels:    4
Output Power:    200mW

Video Output:    1 Vp-p(FM)
Audio Output:    1 Vp-p(FM)

Audio carrier ware:    5.5M 6.0M
Weight:    17g

Dimension(L*W*H):    30*24*7mm
Body Color:    silver
Operation Temperature:  -10
celcius  / 50celcius


Package contains:
transmitter + antenna + TX cable

1.3G TX Series:

    1.240G  1.280G  1.320G  1.360G 


Notice: The use and operation of this product in Europe and other countries may require an
amateur/ham radio license, and some countries may forbid its use entirely. It is the responsibility
of the purchaser to ensure that the use of this product meets the requirements imposed by your
government’s rules and regulations for RF devices. Do not purchase this product if you are unsure
of the government requirements or are not able to comply with them.

E-store International cannot be held responsible for your actions if you purchase
and/or use this product in violation of your government's regulations.



Customer Reviews

Average Rating: 5

Quiet powerful, but gets hot as the 800

I received the Tx and did some testing with the FOX 12 Channel Rx. Dip switch settings are inverted on mine, switch 1 has no effect: Positions for switches 2, 3, 4. up means near "ON KE", down means near the numbers CH 9: up,up,down or down, up, down CH H: up, down, down CH C: all down CH 8: all other possible combinations CH8 works best on mine and is rather clean. CH 9 is also viewable on CH 3. Same for CH CCH 5 and CH HCH 4. On CH 8, I get about 900 meters using stock antennas near the city, which is very good. With my FOX800, I get about 1300 meters in same configuration. Downside is, this little thing gets hot as the FOX800 and therefore needs airflow and heatsink for proper operation. I like it very much for the small size an weight! Great for Mini FPV!

Sennex :: May 10 2012, 12:47 PM

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