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Product worked fine. TX is really bulky for only being 200mw
on October 5, 2016
Wiring was straight forward. Product worked fine. TX is really bulky for only being 200mw. TX says it's on channel 1 but RX has to be on 8 to see it....
Advertised as and I quote "ANT connector:SMA(inside the needle)" but is actually RP-SMA or SMA-Female. The TX has the pin in the middle and requires an antenna that has a female port. I bought new polarized antennas for this but they did not fit due to the horrible advertsing (not knocking the rating for bad language/advertising skills) The connectors lock into the unit very well, but they are difficult to unplug and I have a hard time getting this unit apart without tearing down my quad. (LHI 210)
I'm hoping this unit will last long enough for me to buy something of better quality, and a size to power ratio that makes sense. This TX is large enough to weight down a quad build under 210mm in size.
I went out of my way to shield all the wires from any power wires to the battery or ESC and so far I don't have any flicker on throttle. But I did run into a voltage issue the other day where my battery buzzer failed to alert me of low cell voltage and this thing gave little or no warning before it just cut signal on me. Luckily I had a spotter and he was able to point out where the quad crashed. (first crash with this TX and the antenna adapter failed.) I soldered on the correct SMA end with a pigtail and used my new TX antenna and wow it was a huge improvement. The only reason I am leaving this at three stars is because when you put the proper equipment on it, it does do it's job. I will post again later with an update on longevity.