This is an updated version transmitter to fit FPV racing better than the old version. There are several major changes to this new version: 0mW output added (a trace amount of power is still transmitted in several yards); RF power button is replaced with a slide switch; Case is removed to save weight; Antenna mount is extended so that it can be mount directly to a frame. We recommend to use a small amount hot glue to secure the antenna connection on the board. Dragon Rider Drak 5.8G Hz, 40 channel adjustable wireless AV transmitter. First of all, Drak video transmitter provides clean and sharp images great for FPV flight.
This Drak AV transmitter can be used for different FPV racing events that limit maximum output power. The power can be easily changed with a slide switch to toggle between 0, 25, 200, and 600mW to be eligible in those events. It eliminates the hassle to change Tx for different racing. This product features 40 channels, including those of R band required for a lot of events. By long press of the button it can change to A B E F R bands, and short press to change frequencies that is indicated by numbers 1 to 8. The bands are indicated by A B F R LED lights respectively, and band E with all four lights on. Drak transmitter can accept a wide range of DC input from 6 to 20V, meaning 2S to 4S LiPo can be used directly to power up the unit. It also has two set DC output that can support both 5V and 12V cameras without using an additional BEC.
Package contains a Drak AV transmitter, an antenna, a FPV cable.
Features: Adjustable 0, 25, 200, 600mW output power (0mW has a tiny power output that can be tranmittered in several yard) Power selectable with a slide switch A B E F R bands and 40 channels, including racing frequencies DC outputs for both 5V and 12V cameras Optimized for clean and sharp images Frequencies (in MHz)
*Note: Four channels in band E are merged to be legally used in USA. Specifications: Bands: A B E F R Frequency: 40 Channels Output Power: 0, 25, 200, 600mW adjustable Input Voltage: 7-20V Input Current: 300mA maxiumun (at 12V) Antenna Connector: SMA Dimensions: 32X22X8mm Weight: 14 grams The video below is a video review by Matt Gunn on RCGroups.com, click here to see the full review on RC Groups.