The HDZero Freestyle VTX is a digital HD 720p 60fps 5.8GHz made for freestyle drones. The large heatsink surrounding the VTX helps maintain a stable temperature from the increased transmission range. Mounts on standard 30x30mm spaced holes.
This is the new version that has 2-6S input.
The power input range is 2S –6S. Though the VTX integrates a surge protection circuit, a large capacitor (450+uF) parallel with battery leads is mandatory to smooth the power supply of the whole quad.
The VTX also includes an U.FL RHCP antenna.
- Manufacturer: Divimath, Inc
- Model: HDZero Freestyle VTX
- Weight: 28g
- Dimensions: 40x42x10mm
- Mounting Pattern: 30x30mm M3 holes
- Operating Frequency: 5.725-5.850GHz
- Transmitter Power: 25mw/200mw/500mw/1000mw
- Antenna Interface: Secured U.FL
- Video In Secured: MIPI
- Smart Audio: Yes
- MSP Canvas Mode: Yes
- Input Power: 7V-24V(2S-6S)
- Operating Temperature: 32˚F-104 ˚F (0˚-40˚C)
- Power Consumption: 6-15W
- Use 2S-6S VBAT, or FC with built-in BEC:
- The Freestyle VTX consumes up to 15W. If it is connected with FC that has built-in BEC output, make sure the BEC has enough current. For example, the BEC has 10V, it needs a minimum of 1.5A current output.
- Removing the heat sink is not recommended because it is part of the design.
- 1x HDZero Freestyle VTX
- 1x HDZero RHCP Antenna
- 1x Power/ Uart Cables
- 1x Plate and 2x u.FL Antenna Retention Screws
- 1x Plate and 2x MIPI Antenna Retention Screws
Great Digital VTX
I have placed this new freestyle version into a small FPV model. It has performed magnificently! The transmitted picture is clear, the range has doubled and the unit is easy to operate.
HD Zero Vtx Pretty Good.
This is not a bad bit of gear. On full power (Max) it gave me flight around obstacles with minimal video break up whereas with my 200 mW analogue and 200mW HD Zero Whoop Vtx flight would have been impossible. It gets very hot very quickly so don’t delay arming and taking off. Alternatively use a remote operated switch either a stand alone Tiny LED’s unit or a FC with a pitched power output (of at least 15W capability) to operate the Vtx just before takeoff. I have previously trashed one of these because of a bent pin in the firmware upgrade socket. Be careful with the short cable which connects the Vrx to the Vtx. Insert it correctly, gently and fully into each socket.