The new T1013 Eagle long range transmitter has been completely redesigned and tailored for FPV with a handful of improvements, such as: new switching regulator, ceramic high efficiency low profile heat sinks, high quality audio channel, runs 50% cooler than its previous model, lower profile, 10 grams lighter and overall better performance.
It's a power house, providing a 500/1000 milliwatts of clean RF output. A very popular transmitter for long range applications. Despite being a powerful transmitter, it only weight 0.8 oz (25 grams). With high gain antennas it will broadcast audio and video miles away.
It is highly recommended to install the transmitter in ventilated areas, to allow the air to keep it cool. As any of our transmitters, the Eagle has digital Phase-Lock-Loop circuit avoiding frequency drift, providing a stable and solid audio and video delivery. You can not go wrong with it.
Quick User Guide
- 500/1000mW RF output power
- (8) User-selectable channels
- 1.3 GHz frequency band
- Works with any camera PAL or NTSC
- Digital Phase-Lock-Loop circuit no drifting problem
- Works with any of our receivers
- Audio and Video cable with RCA adapter
- Highly integrated circuit
- High reliability/linearity/AIGaAs/GaAs FET amplifier module
- Uses digital phase-lock-loop circuit without temperature drifting problem
- Weight: 30g (transmitter only)
- Metal Case made of Copper?Nickel?Zinc Alloy
Output power 50-ohm load CH1 Vcc = 12V: 30dBm (1000mW)
Nominal output impedance: 50 ohms
Operating voltage: Vcc, 10.5V (minimum), 12V (typical), 13V (maximum)
Supply current Vcc = 12V: 350mA (typical), 400mA (maximum)
Video input voltage 75-ohm impedance: 1Vp-p
Audio input voltage 10k ohm impedance: 1Vp-p
Sub carrier frequency: 5.5MHz
Operation temperature: -10 to 40 degrees Celsius
Storage temperature: -40 to 80 degrees Celsius
Operating humidity: 20 to 80%
Storage humidity: 10 to 80%
Dimensions and weight: 50 x 26 x 11mm, 0.93oz (26g) (without antenna)
Transmitter's - Available Frequencies
1258 MHz and 1280 MHz (US Legal Frequencies)
Note: Transmitter's RCA adapter is optional and sold separately HERE
This transmitter can get hot after long period of use around 140° F (60° C).
We do not recommend using it in confined cases containers without air flow or in cases without heat dissipation.
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.