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For Sale RangeVideo 900MHz Four Channel FPV Receiver

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**** SOLD ****

I bought this as a spare which I no longer need. The unit is a dual (composite RCA) output unit so one output could be for say video goggles while the other could be for a recording device such as a laptop or Archos PVR. It also comes with a manual and a 3DBi gain whip antenna, A/V out cable and a power cord with molded connector.

For pictures please (See Link Below)

http://cid-068fd2e352734475.skydrive.live....0MHZ%20Receiver

Manufacturer Description

The user is able to select the channel via push buttons on the front panel. If more than one channel is selected the receiver will automatically alternate between the selected channels. The interval can be set by a small dial locate on the front panel. The time interval can be set from 1-9 seconds.

Technical Specifications

- 900MHz audio/video receiver

- Stable 4 channel operation ( PLL)

- Dual output video and audio

- Automatic switching, adjustable dwell time

- Detachable swivel SMA antenna

- 12.0VDC 500mA

- 4 channel operation:

Channel Frequency

- CH1 = 910 MHz

- CH2 = 980 MHz

- CH3 = 1010 MHz

- CH4 = 1040 MHz

I would prefer to find a buyer in the GTA willing to do a pickup but am willing to ship within Canada if buyer pays shipping. If you have any questions please me an email to flybar-AT-live.com

Asking $50.00 O.B.O

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FlyBar, what kind of range can this 900Mhz receiver pick up a wireless transmitter?

If you mean how far can the transmitter be from this receiver, then it depnds on 4 factors.

1)Power output of the TX

2)Antenna gain of the RX

3)Ground based obsatcles reducing TX signal & RX reception

4)Also gain of TX antenna

Ross

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If you mean how far can the transmitter be from this receiver, then it depnds on 4 factors.

1)Power output of the TX

2)Antenna gain of the RX

3)Ground based obsatcles reducing TX signal & RX reception

4)Also gain of TX antenna

Ross

Thanks Ross

Regards,

Flybar

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