|Item Weight||3.2 ounces|
|Package Dimensions||3.7 x 2.4 x 1.3 inches|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Color||AIO Camera with OSD Interface|
|Style||WT07 with OSD Interface|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
Wolfwhoop WT07 Micro 5.8GHz 25mW FPV Transmitter and 600TVL Camera with OSD Interface for FPV Quadcopter Drone
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- Power by 1S lipo battery
- 5.8GHz 5 bands 37 channels with Raceband: 5658-5917MHz
- All in one vtx + camera + antenna, plug and play, ready to fly
- Smaller than WT05, Can be directly connected to osd via Video in/Video out cable
- Easy installation for racing drone, button control instead of switches to change channels and bands
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Smaller than WT05, WT07 can be directly connected OSD via V in/V out cable.
The AIO Camera combo is perfect for ultra micro drone. It is a combination of a FPV camera, a transmitter and an antenna. It includes everything into a single unit no bigger than one dollar coin.
It's compatible with branded FPV googles and monitors equipped with 5.8GHz receivers.
Installation is easy and can be done in seconds.
All you need is to put it into your drone and power it by a 1S Lipo battery.
Needed To Complete with 1S Li-Po Battery and 5.8GHz FPV Headset or Monitor.
Frequency:5.8GHz 5 bands 37 channels, with Raceband: 5658-5917MHz
Field of view: 120
Antenna: Dipole Brass Antenna
Size: 13.9X 12.0mm(LX W)
Weight: 2.6g(without cable and antenna)
Note: You need to connect the yellow and green wire together if you'er not using the OSD feature. Then red to positive and black to ground. You will need to use the button to set/activate the camera and video transmitter.
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Keep in mind that the video transmitter is only 50mw which can get a range of about 100-150ft outdoors (with mild environmental interference) so its recommended to use this camera for indoor use. (If you want to go as light as possible but still be able to fly outdoors I would recommend at least 200mw video Transmitter. You can also find 200mw AIO FPV Cameras here on amazon)
I recommend shrink wrapping the linear antenna to reinforce it if you’re going to be crashing.
If you are decent at soldering I suggest buying replacement linear antennas OR upgrade to small circular polarized antennas (360 degree reception) for better range
If you have any questions message me on Instagram @SKYLABSMIAMI
I already had a WT05 and got this for my second whoop thinking I might do some experiments on a very simple on-screen display. Unfortunately it's harder to just hook this up and make it work. I'd thought maybe I could pop out the contacts and put the power ones in a two-pin picoblade housing and join the video in and out leads under a common piece of heatshrink, but they're actually 1mm contacts not the 1.25mm picoblade ones commonly used for power. Didn't have any matching connectors onhand so ended up identifying power contacts on the opposite side and soldering fine wires there. Unlike the picture mine came with black epoxy gunk over where the wiring harness is soldered - nice for off the shelf reliability but harder for custom installations.
Incidentally current draw was close to 200 mA - which suggests not to power the camera when not flying, as it would drain a 150 mA cell in about 45 minutes just sitting there.
Can't really speak to range as I've only flow it in a small indoor space - though it did work with a metal door blocking the direct line of sight between it in and the receiver, probably because there's plenty of other metal around to bounce signal along an alternate route.
No physical damage yet the shock of the crash seems to render some part of the electronics to stop functioning. Too bad they aren't durable.
Picture is ok for a 600TVL - don't expect details in the video.
Having said that, I am ordering another one today as it is the only option for OSD passthrough AIO FPV camera.
I replaced the power cables, connections, soldering points. And yes, its still in immaculate condition, so no weird random solder, nor did it happen suddenly after a crash. a component is dead.
Worse, this was my primary camera on my only working whoop :(
The only issue was the wiring diagram for the OSD was backwards (at least in my interpretation). What it calls “video out” is the return from the flight control, NOT the line going to it. If that makes sense. I wired it backwards the first time but it was easy to troubleshoot and now it’s working perfectly.
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good video quality.