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 (6 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 (6 months 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 (7 months 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.)