ImmersionRC EzUHF Transmitter with 8-channel Diversity Receiver

ImmersionRC EzUHF Transmitter with 8-channel Diversity Receiver

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ImmersionRC EzUHF Transmitter with 4 Channel Receiver

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ImmersionRC EzUHF Transmitter

The EzUHF transmitter is a true powerhouse with a wealth of connectivity broadening the horizon for each FPV pilot. Headtracking support has now been taken out of the hands of the RC transmitter and is exclusively handled by theEzUHF transmitter, so any radio can be used with your TrackR2 now. Support for any radio battery voltage is guaranteed as well, as the EzUHF transmitter has a power-in jack which will accept a 3S LiPo, so no soldering in your RCtransmitter is required. For Futaba systems using a 9.6V battery or 3S LiPo the EzUHF transmitter can be powered directly from it, with just a single cable. The battery voltage, either from the external battery, or provided by the radio,obviously is monitored and an audible alarm will sound when the battery gets low.
The EzUHF transmitter also comes with a power boost switch, which boosts the power if you happen to put yourself in a tight spot and need to regain control.
  • Reliable FHSS Link (Frequency Hopping, Spread Spectrum)
  • 433MHz/70cm Ham band operation
  • GFSK modulation
  • 600mW (~28dBm) output power
  • Direct head-tracker input, adding head-tracker compatibility to most radios
  • Power switch, boost power when at long range
  • Standard SMA antenna connector, compatibility with 70cm antennas
  • Flexible buffered, AC-coupled, PPM input, ensures compatibility with 3.3v thru 9.6v PPM levels
  • Standard USB port (Mini-A) for firmware upgrades, and system configuration
  • Single pushbutton learning of failsafe positions
  • Binding function, which allows binding Single Tx->Rx, Multi Tx->Rx, and Single Tx->Multi Rx
  • Mates with 8 channel, and 4 channel EzUHF receivers
  • Power sourced directly from the R/C Tx (Futaba), or optional DC power jack
  • Built in receiver, for future expansion
  • Custom extruded brushed aluminum enclosure

ImmersionRC EzUHF 4 Channel Receiver

  •  Reliable FHSS Link (Frequency Hopping, Spread Spectrum)
  •  -112dBm Sensitivty
  •  SAW filtered input, eliminates nearby high-power video Tx interference
  •  Multicopter mode, emits up to 12 channels of PPM on a chosen channel
  •  4 standard servo connectors
  •  USB port for future upgrades
Built-in Spectrum Analyzer
The only commercial LRS to include this essential feature; a built-in Spectrum Analyzer. This essential tool may be used to ensure that a model emits no interfering emissions on the UHF band, which could reduce range.
Plug in a standard USB cable, install the free ImmersionRC Tools, and create charts of power emitted on the UHF spectrum.

Arbitary Channel Mapping
Using the ImmersionRC Tools, the servo outputs of the EzUHF 4 channel Rx may be arbitrarily remapped to suit the target model.
Multicopter wiring may be greatly simplified using a single PPM cable, easily configured using the tools. Need PWM outputs to drive Pan/Tilt servos?, no problem using the tools.
Uplink Status (UPSTAT)
All uplink status is available in the single-cable PPM stream for use by supported OSDs. The XuGong v2/Pro, or the upcoming XuGong Vortex both take advantage of this method to show critical uplink status on-screen.
The received signal strength (RSSI) of the receiver’s antenna, along with the link quality, are captured by the OSD, and displayed with appropriate alarms to indicate marginal conditions.

Simple Failsafe
Setting the failsafe on the EzUHF is as simple as pressing a button on the back of the transmitter during flight.
Set your model into a gentle turn, drop the throttle, and set the failsafe. In the unlikely situation where the uplink is lost, the model will safely glide to the ground.
On a multicopter, the UHF failsafe will trigger the flight controller’s failsafe, and for most systems will start the RTH (Return to Home).
Essential Specs, User Manuals, Firmware & Downloads
R/C Channels: Maximum of 12 PPM, 4 servo outputs (future upgrade to 16 PPM channels)
RF Impedance: 50 ohms
Modulation: GFSK
Hopping: 20 of 40 slots, 2MHz, or 20MHz frequency spread (Extreme Hopping)
Frequency Band (Std. Firmware): 431-433MHz, 433-435MHz, 435-437MHz, 436-438MHz, 430-450MHz (Extreme Hopping)
Frequency Band (UK Firmware): 459MHz
Length: 67mm
Width: 23mm
Height: 7mm
Weight: 7g (uncased), TBD g (cased)
Power Requirements: 4-6v DC

EzUHF Manual (EN) (1.7 MB)
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