If you're looking to extend the range of your RC radio transmitter to further with your RC model, then we the EZUHF is one of the best options available in the market.
It's a fantastic piece of engineering, it's a must-have for the FPV or UAV pilot.
With EzUHF transmitter, you will control your aircraft further than you ever could on 72mhz or 2.4ghz radio control. This is what every FPV pilot dreams of. Bind this transmitter with ImmersionRC EzUHF receiver, for a reliable long-range FHSS control link.
-Reliable FHSS Link (Frequency Hopping, Spread Spectrum)
-433MHz/70cm Ham band operation
-600mW (~28dBm) output power
-Direct head-tracker input, adding head-tracker compatibility to most radios
-Power switch, boost power when at long range
-Standard SMA antenna connector, compatibility with 70cm antennas
-Flexible buffered, AC-coupled, PPM input, ensures compatibility with 3.3v thru 9.6v PPM levels
-Standard USB port (Mini-A) for firmware upgrades, and system configuration
-Single pushbutton learning of failsafe positions
-Binding function, which allows binding Single Tx->Rx, Multi Tx->Rx, and Single Tx->Multi Rx
-Mates with 8 channel, and 4 channel EzUHF receivers
-Power sourced directly from the R/C Tx (Futaba), or optional DC power jack
-Built in receiver, for future expansion
-Custom extruded brushed aluminum enclosure
-Headphone Mini-jack stereo.
-Antenna is now included
- Height 69.8 mm.
- Width 52.3 mm.
- Depth 6,5 mm.
- Weight 49.2 grams.
- R/C Channels: Maximum of 12 (future upgrade to 16)
- RF Impedance: 50 ohms
- Power Output: 500mW (27dBm), with 200mW low-power mode
- Modulation: GFSK
- Hopping: 20 of 40 slots, 2MHz, or 20MHz frequency spread (Extreme Hopping)
- Frequency Band (Std. Firmware): 431-433MHz, 433-435MHz, 435-437MHz, 436-438MHz, 430-450MHz (Extreme Hopping)
- Frequency Band (UK Firmware): 459MHz
- Power Requirements: 9-12v
- Power Consumption: 250mA
No license is required to purchase it, however in order to legally use and operated of this device in the United State of America a HAM license is required. To operate/use in other countries other than US please check the local rules before using it, some countries may forbid its use entirely.
By purchasing this equipment, you are agreeing that you understand the rules and assume total responsibility to legally operate the equipment. For information on how to obtain an amateur radio license, visit http://www.arrl.org/getting-licensed.
It is your responsibility to ensure that the use of this product meets the requirements imposed by your government's rules and regulations for RF devices.
Hobby Wireless is not responsible any damages, losses, illegal operation or changes made by the user to the transmitter will be totally the user's responsibility.