Finch takes the drone piloting experience to a whole new level.
In oppose to the well-known lack of performance offered by the 5.8 GHz. The 3.3 GHz system beautifully penetrates obstacles like no other 5.8 GHz can, consequently minimizing the undesirable video drops and loss of video to insignificant levels.
Besides operating on a stronger and reliable band, the Finch has a dual power level available, that can easily be selected by the user prior to the flight.
Technically speaking the 3.3 GHz band, gives the Finch twice the range in comparison to 5.8 GHz transmitters at the same power level.+
This version with pigtail solves the issue found in the previous version where vibrations and impacts coming through the antenna was causing stress and damage to the circuit board (PCB) . Additionally, the pigtail gives the user more flexability for antenna placement.
Here are some Youtube video about the Finch.
Compatible Receiver: R3300V2
- 3.3GHz Band (very clean band)
- Two selectable output 50/200mW
- 16 user-selectable channels **
- Very compact 41.6mm x 24.3mm
- Super lightweight 0.3oz (8.5g)
- Stronger signal than 5.8GHz transmitters
- Operating Band: 3.3 GHz
- Operating Voltage: 9-17V DC
- Current Max Consumption @12V: 90mA/240mA
- Output Power: 50/200mW (+/- 1dB)
- Camera Voltage: 12 volts (on-board clean switching regulator)
- Camera Max Current: 200 mA
- Nominal output impedance: 50 ohms
- Video input impedance: 75-ohm
- Audio input impedance: 10k ohm
- Sub carrier frequency: 6.5 MHz
- 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 in mm: 41.6(H) x 24.3(W)
- Antenna connector: Coax RG316 SMA female
- Weight: 0.3oz (8.5g) (without antenna)
- CH1: 3320 MHz
- CH2: 3345 MHz
- CH3: 3370 MHz
- CH4: 3395 MHz
- CH5: 3420 MHz
- CH6: 3440 MHz
- CH7: 3470 MHz
- CH8: 3495 MHz
- CH1: 3310 MHz
- CH2: 3330 MHz
- CH3: 3355 MHz
- CH4: 3380 MHz
- CH5: 3405 MHz
- CH6: 3430 MHz
- CH7: 3455 MHz
- CH8: 3480 MHz
It's absolutely illegal to ship the Non-US version of this transmitter to any US address, please do not insist. Retailer and recipient are subjected to VERY EXPENSIVE fine.
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 damage, loss, illegal operation or changes made by the user to the transmitter will be totally the user's responsibility.