Index of 2.4Ghz FPV Camera/Transmitter/Receiver for
Micro Helicopter or any micro models
This is my
FPV Mini CP. It is Mini CP. I used the WASP Nano CP canopy as I like
green although it is little bit too big for Mini CP. It is so cool with
the LED light in front and can view from my
computer screen. I had tired to record the video but my AV USb
stcik's driver or software did not run on my Win 7. AV stick was
purchased several years ago......
It is very different when viewing from display and controlling the
helicopter. I am still trying to get used of it. The camera and AV
transmitter are ultra light. Included wires, it is only around 2.3g. I
cut a small hole on canopy and used little bit hot glue. Transmitter
had been sticked on servo.
This is sample as soldered my camera and transmitter. The plug was
removed after final tested. It is very simple. On the camera, four
wires were already soldered in factory. I just need to connect
the red wire and White wire if LED light wanted. If LED is not
needed, just leave the white wire or solder it away. On the picture, I
soldered pair T-Plug. The male is used on receiver of heli. and female
on battery. In fact, if running it on Mini CP, Ladybird, or Super CP,
we can get power from upgrade port. Then it is more easy as no share
power is needed from battery. However my Ladybird V2 does not have the
port (now, Ladybird V2 has this port to supply power)
and I also use it on my WASP Nano CP, so I soldered pair T-plug on it.
on any pictures below for enlarged picture for clearer view.
of FPV for Micro Models
Item No: FPV-MMO-Combo
1) FPV Micro Camera with LED Lights Item No: FPV-08-Camera
2) 2.4GHz 50mW 200meter Video Stereo Transmitter Item No:
3) 2.4GHz Video and Stereo Receiver Item No: FPV-186-Receiver
4) 3 wires plug (Used on Walkera's upgrade/micro FPV port for power)
5) Pair T plugs (used to share battery in case model does not have the
upgrade/micro FPV port)
Please check items listed below for instruction.
Micro Camera with LED Lights
Item No: FPV-08-Camera
Weight : 0.8g
Size: 23 x 7mm
Input: 3.3V~5.0V (Cannot
Output: AV signal (PAL) 720 x 576 resolution
Light: 6 LED
Description: This is best FPV camera I have ever seen. It is ultra
light and very tiny. I have tested it two days and found it is pretty
clear. Installed on canopy, it can be used for night flying with six
LED those are very bright.
Instruction: Camera has four wires soldered.
Red wire is (+) power input (3.3v~5v).
Black wire is (-) power input (Ground).
Yellow wire is video signal.
White wire is LED.
50mW 200meter Video Stereo Transmitter
Item No: FPV-VS50-Transmitter
Size: 18 x 17mm
Output: 2.370~2.510GHz 50mW (600Meter)
Description: Included antenna, it is less than 1.2g. It has 50mW output
for Video and Stereo sound. Factory has another one similar as 50mW and
only 1g but after tested, I find this one is more powerful signal and
against other effects. It has 4 channels.
Instruction: Please click on second picture and it has numbers remarked
and here is function of them. It has 8 channels but one of resistor
needs to be removed. So let's keep it as 4 channels. When CH1 is
connected with Ground (-), it is 2.414GHz. When CH2 is connected with
Ground, it is 2.432GHz. When CH3 is connected wih Ground, it is
2.450GHz. When no CH connect, it is 2.468GHz.
1: Audio (Right) Input
2: Audio (Left) Input
3: Video Input
7: Ground (-) Power Input
8: Power Input (+3.3~5.5V)
Video and Stereo Receiver
Item No: FPV-186-Receiver
Sizes: 42 x 30 x 6mm
Description: This 2.4GHz receiver is widely used and most updated
version. It has video and Stereo Audio Output, 8 Channels, clear image,
and audio in ultra low power consumsion in tiny size. Since the output
is AV standard, it can be used on many devices such as video/DVD
recorder, TV, Portable AV devices, and AV USB stick. I have a AV USB
sticker that purchased many years ago as used to convert some old video
tape into AVI. I am planning to solder this receiver on the USB stick
so I can view and record video on my computer. BTW: USB stock
has 5V power input so it can be powered with USB directly.
Instuction: Please click on second picture as it has remark. It has
BX is not connected with Ground:
CH1 & CH 2 connected Ground, it is 2.490GHz
Only CH1 connected Ground, it is 2.390GHz
Only CH2 connected Ground, it is 2.510GHz
CH1 & CH2 not connected, it is 2.370GHz
BX is connected with Ground:
CH1 & CH2 connected Ground, it is 2.414GHz
Only CH1 connected Ground, it is 2.450GHz
Only CH2 connected Ground, it is 2.432GHz
CH1 & CH2 not connected, it is 2.468GHz
<<----This is the Transmitter default frequency. So if we
use the default channel on transmitter, we need to connect BX to Ground
GND: Ground (-) Power
P_EN: Power Switch. If no power swict, please connect it with the power
+3.3-5V: Power Input (+) 3.3~5.5V (Connect this port with P_EN if it
has no power switch)
6.0M: Audio (Left) Output
6.5M: Audio (Right) Output
Video: Video Output
BX: Channel Selection
CH2: Channel Selection
CH1: Channel Selection
On the Right side: GND/ANT/GND -- Antenna. Can be replaced with a
2.4GHz Antenna if necessary.
Sample soldering when I have tested these FPV.....urgly soldering but
only testing. Showing out as wires are clear for understanding. The
power plug is simply Walkera T-plug. AV plug...cut from somewhere xbox
or other AV device.
The power (+) input is soldered on +3.3-5V port and P_EN port as no
power switch is used.
The Power (-) black color is solder to GND, AV cable's, and BX port. As
my transmitter has no CH port grounded, frequency is
2.468GHz. So, on this receiver, I need BX grounded.
Video cable has two layers. Inside has another wire, it is connected to
Video port. Outside wire is connected to Ground. So the (-) black wire
need to connect to GND port, AV cable (outside layer), and BX port.