FPV 5.8GHz 40CH RD40 Race band Dual Diversity Receiver


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Features
40 channels, 5 frequency band wireless receiving.
Two buttons for channel and band exchange individually.
Two number display, timely locate the current receiving frequency
When power on, storage memory shows channel and frequency of the last time.
Two-way video and audio signal output ( video: PAL, NTSC, CECAM ;Audio: 6.5MHz)
Two-way high sensitivity receivers, make your signals more stable.
Product Details
Item Name: RD40 Diversity Receiver
Frequency: ISM 5.8GHz 40CH
Connector: RP-SMA
Sensitivity: -90dBm
Power Supply Voltage: DC 7-24V
Current: 280mA/12V
RF Input Matching: 50ohm
Video Output Level: 1.0Vp_p 75Ω
Audio Output Level: 1.0Vp_p 10KΩ
Antenna type: Receiving end RP-SMA Jack external screw internal pin
Antenna end RP-SMA plug inner screw inner hole
Dimension: 80 x 65 x 15mm
Weight: 100g
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FPV 5.8GHz 40CH RD40 Raceband Dual Diversity Receiver With A/V and Power Cables For Rc racing drone Quadcopter
FPV 5.8GHz 40CH RD40 Raceband Dual Diversity Receiver With A/V and Power Cables For Rc racing drone Quadcopter
FPV 5.8GHz 40CH RD40 Raceband Dual Diversity Receiver With A/V and Power Cables For Rc racing drone Quadcopter
FPV 5.8GHz 40CH RD40 Raceband Dual Diversity Receiver With A/V and Power Cables For Rc racing drone Quadcopter
FPV 5.8GHz 40CH RD40 Raceband Dual Diversity Receiver With A/V and Power Cables For Rc racing drone Quadcopter
FPV 5.8GHz 40CH RD40 Raceband Dual Diversity Receiver With A/V and Power Cables For Rc racing drone Quadcopter
FPV 5.8GHz 40CH RD40 Raceband Dual Diversity Receiver With A/V and Power Cables For Rc racing drone Quadcopter
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This product was added to our catalog on Wednesday 03 November, 2021.

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