Eachine TX05 Micro 5.8GHZ 72CH FPV Camera & Video Transmitter (25-250mW) w/OSD

Eachine
ECH-683420
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The Eachine TX05 Micro Camera & Video Transmitter Combo is an excellent choice for pilots looking to add an incredibly powerful adjustable 25mW-250mW Video Transmitter, OSD, & Micro Camera to their next FPV Quadcopter Drone, Airplane, Car, or Boat! Weighing in at 6 grams, the TX05 is small and light enough to be mounted nearly anywhere. 

Features: 

  • Small & Lightweight Design
  • Channel Memory - Restores after power off
  • Dipole flexible antenna
  • 9 Bands, 72 Channels
  • LED Channel Display  
Specification: 
Output Power: 
5-250mW 
Input Power: 
3.3-5V 
Current Consumption: 
3.3-5V, 150-800mA 
Camera Resolution: 
600TVL 
Video System: 
NTSC 
Mini illumination: 
1 lux 
Field of view: 
120 degree viewing angle 
Antenna: Dipole

Frequency: 
5.8GHz 9 bands 72 channel 
Size: 
19.6x14mm 
Weight: 
6g

This product was added to our catalog on September 15, 2017

John Beavert
Verified Owner
Monday, Dec 25 2017 (12 months ago)
Eachine TX05 Micro 5.8GHZ 72CH FPV Camera & Video Transmitter (25-250mW)
Works perfect, easy to setup, using with skyzone V2 goggles, I'm a beginner not an expert.
Henry Chou
Verified Owner
Tuesday, Dec 12 2017 (about a year ago)
Eachine TX05 Micro 5.8GHZ 72CH FPV Camera & Video Transmitter (25-250mW)
I've been using this camera for about 2 months now. The set up was quick and easy! If you are not using a board with OSD, just join the yellow video in and out cables on the camera together. The VTX also works great! At 25 mW I could fly around my house and the footage was still clear! I loved the button on top of the camera, made adjusting the channel and power really easy!
DP
Verified Owner
Monday, Nov 13 2017 (about a year ago)
Eachine TX05 Micro 5.8GHZ 72CH FPV Camera & Video Transmitter (25-250mW)
I bought this so I wouldn't have to mod my TX02 for OSD but the picture and reception from this camera are horrible compared to the TX02.