Piggy-TX with the Micro Swift 2, as they can be utilized well for little copters like brushless homeracers. The 40 possible channels of the Piggy-TX have a switchable transfer power of 25mW/200mW.
The Piggy-TX can easily be screwed onto the back of the Micro Swift 2 with screws.
OSD setup utilizing SA
Assistance pit mode
Input voltage: 3.2-5.5 V
Additional features: Smart audio
Power supply: 5V camera @ under 0.3 A max
Output power: 25mW/200mW
Antenna port: IPEX
Cable television adapter: 6pin
Measurements: 19(D) x 19(D)mm with installing hole
Weight: 2.2 g(excluding antenna)
1 x VTX
1 x UFL antenna
1 x Cable
5645/5925/5945(E4/E7/E8) are not offered sue to FCC policy. Choosing 5645/5925/5945(E4/E7/E8) will be invalid action.
37 channels are all above 5650 and below 5925MHz, which are legal to use in the U.S.A. with an amateur radio license.
This equipment is being offered under FCC’s amateur radio guidelines. Operators must require amateur radio license to operator lawfully in the US. Usage of amateur equipment without a license or usage of equipment on limited frequencies might subject the operator to considerable fines by the FCC. By acquiring this equipment, the user is agreeing that they comprehend these obligations and will operate the devices lawfully. More information associated to ARL, please go to http://www.arrl.org/getting-licensed.
- Micro VTX with Smart audio
- Piggy-TX weighs at just 2.2 g
- The VTX is built on a 19x19mm stackable mode and it can be mounted straight on the back of a Micro Swift
- You can use this VTX as a standalone VTX too. It’s really even smaller and lighter than the Eachine VTX03 and with SA feature
- The cable on the VTX can be linked to any FPV video camera. The VTX has a 5V BEC, need to suffice for powering most FPV video cameras out there