This version of the 3.3 GHz Iron Horse family of transmitters offers dip switchable dual power 500mW/1000mW and is much lighter and smaller than its bigger brother. It has been designed and tailored for FPV, with great features, in mind such as dual power, and very good quality audio/video performance, and it sports a new lightweight and attractive aluminum case that wicks heat better and is 1/2 the size and weight of the 1000mW Iron Horse.
Power Setting: Switch 4: Low: 500mW High: 1W
- Audio Subcarrier 6.5MHz
- Operating Voltage Range: 12 VDC
- Operating Current: 300mah
- Power Consumption: <2.2W
- Operating Temperature: 0-60c
- Operating Humidity: 20-90%
- Video Output: 75ohm load
- Audio Output: 1k load
- Channel Selection: DIP Switch
- Antenna Connector: SMA
- Phase Lock Loop (PLL) stability for drift-free operation
- Transmission Output Power: 500mW/1W (27/30dBm)
- Frequency Lock Method: Digital Phase Lock Loop
- Weight Without Antenna: 17g (.60oz)
- Dimension: 37.5 x 27 x12mm
- 1x T3315 PRO 3.3 GHz 500mW/1W VTX
- 1x VTX Cable
** This international version can not be shipped to any address in the United States.
This is not a plug-and-play version, however, it comes with bare wires so you can make your own wiring.
- Red = (+) 12VDC
- Black = Ground
- White = Audio Mono
- Yellow = Video In
We highly recommend upgrading the low-cost stock antenna to get the performance of your 3.3 GHz FPV system
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It's absolutely illegal to ship the Non-US version of this transmitter to any US address, please do not insist. Retailers and recipients are subjected to a hefty fine.
No license is required to purchase it, however, to legally use and operated this device in the United States 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 agree 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.