- Brand Name: Dragonpad
- Model Number: RC832+TS832
- Color: CGT-TS832+RC832-32CH
Dragonpad 32Ch 5.8G 600mw 5km Wireless AV Transmitter TS832 Receiver RC832 for FPV
- Long range more than 5km range in the open area - Plug and play
- 32 channels selectable TX and RX, Cover A, B, E bands and F band (Airwave band)
- Built in Digital display and push button for easily channel change - Durable and lightweight
- Power off memory: Replay the very last frequency band and channel
- Universal video transmitter and receiver for all ,compatible with various kinds of remote control toys (RC helicopter,quadrocopter ,airplane and boat etc.)
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32 Channel 5.8 GHz 600mW AV wireless transmitter and Rx Wireless 5.8G AV Receiver Reliable FPV system is perfect for those living in densely populated areas with too many other frequencies in the air.
Change frequency channels and bands at the press of a button. Made of high grade IC Chips and integrated circuits that will give you superb image quality Plug and play FPV system bundle for Aerial Filming, with 4 bands and all frequencies compactable.
4 bands and all frequencies compactable: Cover A, B, E bands and F band (Airwave band)
Two button switching: CH button for frequencies channels switching and FR button for frequencies bands switching
Two digits display: one for FR and the other for CH, real-time positioning shows which frequency band and which channel is received
Power memory function: remembers the last frequency band and channel
Independent video and audio signal outputs
Support for both NTSC and PAL formats
Antenna connection: RP-SMA, jack module side for TX and RX
Transmitter Specifications: 600mW AV TX 5KM
Power input: 7.4-16V (3S Lipo suggested)
Transmitting power: 600mA
Antenna gain: 2db
Working current: 220mA at 12V
Video bandwidth: 8M
Audio bandwidth: 6.5M
Dimensions: 54x 32x 10mm (excluding antenna)
Receiver Specifications: Rx Wireless 5.8G AV
Power input: 12V
Working current: 200mA max
Antenna impedance: 50¦Ø
Antenna gain: 2db
Video impedance: 75¦Ø
Top Customer Reviews
* The dark plastic window on the receiver fell out of the case as soon as I pulled it out of the packaging. With a little glue this will stay in place again but it's not a good sign when its fresh out of the box and falling apart.
* The video plug is like a mini stereo plug. When you plug it in, you feel when it's in fully by a little detente but that isn't it, I had to push it in a bit harder to get it to connect properly and get video.
* The signal is extremely line of sight, any obstacle in between the tx and rx will cause it to loose the signal/video. To be fair, this is more an issue of using 5.8Ghz though and not the manufacturers fault of this product. Just something you should be aware of when flying fpv and an obstacle gets in the way.
* You must be careful that you connect a battery properly to the tx battery wires, apparently some cables were produced where from left to right, it had BLACK, RED, yellow, red, black, it should be RED, BLACK, yellow, red, black. The two wires on the left are battery for the tx, the yellow wire is for video in from the camera and the right side red, black is for +5V to power the camera so that it doesn't need its' own battery. I had put my own connector on the tx cable and had to get this right.
What I like:
* The number of channels is impressive although I'm not sure I'll need to switch the channels a lot.
* It's very easy to use, just set the tx and rx to the same number on the 7 segment displays and that's it, it works.
* In range testing I measured 3.3 miles (line of sight LOS) with stock whip antennas, 3.7 miles LOS with FPV Clover Leaf Omni-Directional Circular Polarized 5.8 GHz Video/Audio Antenna antennas. 3 miles is further than I intend to fly so this is great.
* The transmitter is small and light weight, I think they did a good job reducing weight on the tx.
* Both the tx and rx work off of 3S lipo batteries ~12V.
So if you are ok with verifying the wiring, gluing it back together a little bit and inserting the plug a little harder than what you would expect, it does work pretty good.
It's very disappointing to see these sellers continue to just write what they want, knowing that few buyers will ever find out.
I didn't know I had been duped until I was having problems and found out (too late) this product is not as advertised.
I will probably just reverse the credit card charge and let them sort it out.
This is a good resource for antenna's
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Transmitter: HUGE. Couldn't find a place for this monster on my ZMR250.