.2GHz 1000mW Long Range FPV Wireless
.2GHz 1000mW Long Range FPV Wireless.2GHz 1000mW Long Range FPV Wireless

Professional 1.2G 1000mW Wireless FPV Tranmsitter 12 Channel Receiver Set

It’s not only a professional wireless CCTV transmitter and receiver for CCTV security projects but also used in the line of FPV system, UAV, RC airplanes/helicopters, Video and Data signals at the same time in cars of Unmanned Equipment.

Product Description

.2GHz 1000mW Long Range FPV Wireless .2GHz 1000mW Long Range FPV Wireless


Professional 1.2G 1000mW Wireless FPV Tranmsitter 12 Channel Receiver Set

– Weightï:24g
– Dimensionï:45*28*9mm
– Working Voltage:šDC12V
– Working Currentï:š300mA
– Working Frequenc:š1.2G
– Working Channels:8CH
– Working Power:1000mW
– Transmitting Range:1000m~2000m (In Open Fields)
– Transmitter accessories:transmitter,antenna,Tx cable,2 pcs of 4P cable.(We don’t offer adapter for this model,please use DC12V 1A adapter.

Receiver Parameter:
– Weight:141g
– Dimension:100*81*25mm
– Working Voltage:šDC12V
– Working Current:260mA
– Working Frequency:š1.2G
– Working Channels:š12CH
– Receiver Accessories:Receiver,antenna,AV cable.(We don’t offer adatper for receiver,please use DC 12V 1A adapter.)
– The whole set is about :441g



this  wireless video transmission equipment is an excellent all aspects of performance are more varieties, and its large power margin, more suitable for complex physical environment. The use of 0dB (Original small antenna) in full to the antenna, the open area to ensure the transmission 1000-2500m or so. And transmitter technology is superb and the special metal is more conducive to heat, more suitable for long hours of work. Signal input with common AV interface, it can easily work with camera, VCD, DVD and all other conventional AV interfaces compatible.

It’s not only a professional wireless CCTV transmitter and receiver for CCTV security projects but also used in the line of FPV system, UAV, RC airplanes/helicopters, Video and Data signals at the same time in cars of Unmanned Equipment.


Wireless transmission: no need to set up communications cable
Image, audio sync, color black and white compatible
Small size, light weight, easy to carry, good installation
Responsive, timely, send and receive real-time transmission
Using FM mode, anti-interference ability, good image quality
Highly integrated, stable and reliable transmission distance
DC power supply, easy to use.
Large output frequency, equipped fan in it, credibility, use for long distance wireless transmit projects and special use in military project.


DC 12V
Number of channels
Transmit Power
Video Output
1 Vp-p(FM)
Audio Output
1 Vp-p(FM)
Audio Carrier Ware
5.5M 6.0M
Distance (Open environment)
Overall Configuration
Transmitter, receiver, AV cable, power supply, antenna
-10°C ~ +50°C
Transmitter Weight
Receiver Weight
Dimensions (L * W * H)
Transmitter:50*25*5mm. Receiver:116*80*21mm
Box size (L * W * H)


A. The line has 5 plugs for connecting transmitter, camera and power supply
One of the line’s points connecting to transmitter, another has 4 plugs (red, yellow, white, black)
Red plug connect DC 12V/1000mA, can also connect battery
White and yellow plug connect to camera’s audio and video apart
And black one connects camera’s power input jack

B. Push the control button, can change the channel of receiver
Meanwhile, push it and last several seconds, can close the digital play and turn into saving power model
Then push it again, can replay
The function can be able to lock channel, so as to avoid mistaking operation

C. Set the same channel with transmitter and receiver


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Whatever your wireless surveillance application or budget, we can find the right solution for you. Contact us! We can customize any solution to fit your requirements.

Question & Answer
The following are the most frequently asked questions(Q-01); they are also
the most difficult to answer.
Q-01: As indicated in your brochure, the transmission range is
specified in an empty space free of barriers. However, with barriers,
what is the transmission range? How many floors or how many walls can
be penetrated? What is the transmission range for a 2000mW transmitter
In a city? Why does it only transmit 200 meters while the labeled
transmission range is 1000 meters?
A: Transmission range varies greatly with environment. Barriers differ in
height, walls in thickness, woods in density, etc. If a 2000mW transmitter
can transmit 2-5 km, in places where there are many buildings it is possible
to transmit a few tens to a few hundreds of meters; it is also possible for
transmission to be completely blocked. In an environment where barriers
are present, we can place outdoor antennas from two ends of the
transmission as high as possible and in line-of-sight; the maximum
transmission distance measured in this manner would then be our specified
transmission range.
Q-02: How do I test a newly purchased wireless audio-video transceiver
A: STEPA: Connect the video camera to a power source, connect it to the
TV monitor, and make sure that the camera and the monitor are working
properly. STEP B: Make sure that the power sources used in the transmitter
and the receiver can provide enough current; usually an off-the-shelf
transformer will specify 1000mA when the output is only 700mA.
Normally, the receiver requires 12V/600mA or more while a 700mW or
lower transmitter will require 12V/800mA or more (1W transmitter
12V/2A or more and 2W transmitter 12V/3A or more). You can also use
rechargeable or storage batteries. STEP C: Connect the camera, the
transmitter andthe power source properly; similarly connect the monitor, the
receiver and the power source. Adjust the dials on the receiver to
select the proper channel, making sure that it is the same on the
transmitter. The system should then function normally.
Q-03: During testing, how come I can only transmit tens of meters
if you specify the transmission range to be several thousand meters?
A: Due to the limitation of power sources, people often place the
transmitter and receiver in different rooms where transformers are
used to supply power. This inadvertently creates the largest barrier
between the transmitter and the receiver, as steel-reinforced
concrete is the strongest barrier for radio wave. During testing,
please make sure that there are as little barrier as possible between
the transmitter and the receiver; you can extend the connection
wires so that there is light-of-sight between the transmitter and
receiver antennas. This way, the true transmission range of the
system can be determined.
Q-04: Why do I see rolling black lines on the monitor while using
the wireless audio-video transceiver system?
A: This is usually caused by insufficient current from the power
source of the transmitter or the receiver, or by a low-quality
transformer. Switching to a proper transformer will usually suffice.
Note that off-the-shelf transformers that are labeled 12V/800mA
usually output only around 300 400mA.
Q-05: What’s the resolution of your wireless audio-video
transceiver system? Why are my transmitted images blurry?
A: The system does not alter image resolution. Resolution is
determined by the video camera. If your received images are blurry,
please check your video camera.
Q-06: Can interference occur if another transceiver system is being
used in the vicinity?
A: As far as we know, there are four channels available in
transceivers manufactured by other companies while there are
twelve channels available in our system. It is therefore possible
forOur system to avoid using the same channel as others. If you
select a channel other than the normal four, then there will not be
any interference.
Q-07: When using your wireless audio-video transceiver system,
can other people receive my transmission? Can you provide
encryption services?
A: If others are using our wireless audio-video transceiver system
in your area, then it is possible for them to receive your signals. If
you have special requirements, we can provide encrypted audiovideo
transceiver service.
Q-08: Your receiver has twelve channels, but your transmitter has
only either seven or four channels. Can you provide twelvechannel
A: Due to size limitation, our transmitters come with only four or
seven channels. If you require the use of all twelve channels in the
same location, we can provide transmitters with three different
frequency ranges: 0.9GHz (four-channel), 1.2GHz (four-channel),
1.3GHz (four-channel), with a total of twelve channels. Our
receiver can receive all the above frequencies.
Q-09: Using your system, how many units can be used in the same
area? In other words, how many transceiver points are allowed?
A: Our civilian-class wireless audio-video transceiver system can
provide twelve channels, thus twelve units can be used. Our
military-class system can provide thirty channels, in other words,
in the same area 30 points are allowed. However, these need to be
Q-10: How many types of antennas are there? What are their
different uses?
A: There are generally two types of antennas in wireless audiovideo
transceiver systems: directional and omni-directional. As
the names suggest, directional antennas transmit radio signals in
some specified direction, and omni-directional antennas transmit
radio signals in all directions. Usually, directional antennas are
used in point-to-point transmission while omni-directional
antennas are used in point-to-many transmission.
Q-11: Are external antennas used on the transmitter or the receiver?
A: Both, although usually it is used on the transmitter. Of course,
the system functions even better if antennas are used on both the
transmitter and the receiver.
Q-12: Which system models require an external antenna? What is
the actual effect of using an external antenna? Why do I get a
shorter transmission range after I connected an external antenna
compared to using the small built-in antenna?
A: In normal situations, wireless audio-video transceiver systems
with transmission power larger than 300mW can use an external
antenna; this can increase transmission range by 30% – 70% in an
open environment without barriers. When using the external
antenna, if the system does not function as well as using the small
built-in antenna, then the only possibility is that the external
antenna has not been connected properly. This includes the
connections among the connectors on the antenna, as well as the
connection between the antenna and the transmitter. Especially,
the center-pin of the external antenna connector must be precisely
inserted into the small hole in the transmitter’s connector,
otherwise the external antenna will not function at all.
Q-13: What is the function of the wireless camera platform/lens
transceiver system? How many camera platform/lens can it
control? What protocols does it support? Does it have built-in
decoders? Can it control the on-off switch, the wiper, or the heater
A: The wireless camera platform/lens transceiver system is used
in areas where it may not be convenient to place wires. It remotely
and wirelessly controls the up, down, left, right, left-up, leftdown,
right-up, and right-down motion of the camera platform, as
well as
the aperture, focal length, and focus of the electric zoom lens. It
can control 100 units of platform/lens. It supports a built-in
proprietary protocol and no other protocols. The system’s receiver
itself is a decoder, with a built-in keyboard. It can control the onoff
switch, the wiper, and the heater switch.
Q-14: What is the function of the hard-disk video recorder/matrix
wireless transceiver system (Wireless 485/232 command
transceiver system)? How many camera platform/lens can it
control? What protocols does it support? Does it have built-in
decoders? What transmission speed does it support? Can it control
the on-off switch, the wiper, or the heater switch?
A: Simply, the wireless hard-disk video recorder transceiver
system removes the wire connection between the hard-disk video
recorder and the video camera. Its function is identical to the
wireless camera platform/lens transceiver system, with the added
functionality of video recording. Other functions are determined
and supported by the decoder. There is no limitation to the number
of platform/lens units it can control. It supports protocols from
major manufacturers such as PELCO, PHILIPS, Panasonic,
VICON, etc. It does not have a built-in decoder. Supported speeds
are 1200, 2400, 4800 and 9600 baud.

Q-15: What is the difference between the wireless camera
platform/lens transceiver system and the hard-disk video
recorder/matrix wireless transceiver system (Wireless 485/232
Command transceiver system)?
A: These two systems function nearly identically. The differences
are that the wireless camera platform/lens transceiver system
operates independently, and can not be connected to a hard-disk
video recorder; it also has a built-in proprietary protocol, a
decoder, and a keyboard. On the other hand, the hard-disk video
recorder/matrix wireless transceiver system (Wireless 485/232
command transceiver system) operates in combination with the
hard-disk video recorder, the matrix, and other computer
equipment; it does not have a built-in keyboard or decoder.
Q-16: Why does the hard-disk video recorder/matrix wireless
transceiver system (Wireless 485/232 command transceiver
system) is completely dysfunctional?
A: It is almost certain that the connections are not set up properly.
When using the system, please first directly connect the hard-disk
video recorder with the camera platform/lens. Once you are sure
both are function normally, remove the direct connection and
connect the wireless system. The system should then function



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