TX02 Micro 5.8Ghz 200mW 40CH FPV Camera & Video Transmitter by Eachine

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This product was added to our catalog on February 2, 2017.

The Eachine TX02 Micro Camera & Video Transmitter Combo is an excellent choice for pilots looking to add an incredibly powerful 200mW Video Transmitter & Micro Camera to their next FPV Quadcopter Drone, Airplane, Car, or Boat! Weighing in at 4.57 grams, the TX02 is small and light enough to be mounted nearly anywhere.

Features:

  • Small & Lightweight Design
  • Channel Memory - Restores after power off
  • Nickel Plated 4 Leaf Antenna
  • 5 Bands, 40 Channels
  • LED Channel Display 
Specification:
Output Power:
200mW
Input Power:
3.3-5V
Current Consumption:
3.3-5V, 500mA
Camera Resolution:
600TVL
Video System:
NTSC
Mini illumination:
1 lux
Field of view:
120 degree viewing angle
Antenna Dimensions:
22x29mm diameter
Antenna:
4 lobe right hand circular polarized
Frequency:
5.8GHz 5 bands 40 channel
Size:
20x13x6mm
Weight:
4.57g
cyclopswith3dglasses
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Sunday, Mar 19 2017 (5 months ago)
Eachine TX02 Micro 5.8Ghz 200mW 40CH FPV Camera & Video Transmitter
This is a very cool little camera. With a 200mah battery it weighs just about 9 grams with a very respectable range(1 km at least). I didn't want to lose another model so I didn't even go to the point where the picture started to badly degrade. It was still clear at that distance(los). It fits almost anywhere and is very affordable. I now operate all my models FPV. My friends and I have a little racing league made up of mini-z cars with these cameras mounted on them. It is completely different to race FPV. Much more immersive(and difficult)than from the drivers stand. After the initial learning curve, it is also much more fun. If anyone else tries this, be sure to protect the antenna. We found that half of a plastic Easter egg with a hole cut in it works very well. It looks pretty stupid but until you can drive without ramming every corner marker, it is a lifesaver(plus it keeps your car from turning turtle in a crash about half of the time). I'm going to pick up a couple more just to have in my bag of tricks.

Update 5-25-2017
I mounted one of these on my Inductrix FPV. I removed the entire canopy, hardwired this camera to the board and secured it with two-sided tape. With the other weight saving measures I have taken, my Inductrix now weighs 19.65 grams(without battery). I really like the improved performance but what's even better is the increased range. Now I can sit on my deck and fly around my entire neighborhood for a full four minutes. I went to one of the parks around my house and was flying around the trees and discovered a bald eagle's nest 1/4 mile away and about 75 feet high. I realized what it was and left immediately but the dvr footage is really cool. You can't do that with the stock camera/vtx.)