By VERY popular demand, I have another small batch of plug'n'play Fatshark Teleporters. Yes, they are 5.8Ghz. Yes, they do have headtracking. No, you have to virtually do nothing to make them work, simply charge batteries and fly, drive, or else your RC model.
THIS IS LIMITED EDITION MADE BY FATSHARK PER MY REQUEST EXCLUSIVELY. NO ONE ELSE HAS THEM, NO ONE ELSE WILL HAVE THEM, THERE WILL BE NO MORE MADE WITH VGA DISPLAYS, DUE TO PRODUCTION LIMITATIONS. THIS IS LAST CHANCE TO HAVE THEM. ONLY (6), (5) ( 4) (3) (TWO) ONE LEFT!!!
TELEPORTER SPECIAL EDITION USER MANUAL
IMPORTANT – QUICKSTART
Your Teleporter has
been pretested and setup for immediate use out of the box. Do not
change any settings until you are familiar with the system. Power up the system in the following order:
Charge both batteries via the battery charging
Place 5G8 antenna on headset (left eye side) 3)
Place shorter 433Mzh antenna onto headset (right
Insert battery into headset strap pocket and with
the headset resting level, plug in battery 5)
Remove lens cap from pan/tilt camera 6)
Place 5G8 antenna on transmitter
Affix pan/tilt camera on RC model 8)
Plug in balance lead of battery into noise
filter PCB 9)
FPV system is now operational.
Specifics of limited edition
The Teleporter you
have purchased is a limited edition production and has some control limitations
unique to this version. The RCV922 5G8
headset has a 7 channel receiver but the head tracking link is only 3
channels. The head tracker will only work
when the headset is on CH4, CH6 and CH7 (Channels 1, 2, 3, 5 can receive AV but
HT link won’t work). Your Teleporter has
come preset on CH7. Refer to below
channel selection chart.
Note: The included manual was written for the
RCV922 Aviator Edition and contents may not be as described in main manual.
The transmitter/camera/dongle does not
need to be powered off the included battery. The Filter PCB can supply power to the TX
from the balance lead of either 2S or 3S RC battery packs.
RCV922 AE Teleporter headset
Zippered hard carry case
100mW 5G8 TX
NTSC CMOS pan/tilt camera
2 X 700mAh battery (1 for headset, 1 for TX)
1 X discharge lead (for charging – may not be
Head tracker wireless receiver dongle
Futaba PS/2 data cable
Filtered balance lead
2 X 5G8 antenna
1 X 433 Mhz antenna (short)
120cm AV cable
2 X set extra eye foam
Adjustable volume earphone
Manual (main manual and supplementary)
Note: DIP3 sets output channel either 5/6 or 7/8 if
using Futaba data cable to connect to compatible Futaba radios (radio must
support selective trainer assignment). DIP4 reverses servo
Note: Receiver dongle can be modified to work with
Turnigy 9X and Spektrum DX8 radios but requires soldering skills and additional
data cable. Contact Fat Shark if
The 700mAh 7.4V lithium polymer battery pack is equipped
with a 3 pole balance charger lead that allows the battery to be charged off
standard RC battery pack chargers (not included). Follow your charger instructions for setting
up for 700mAh 7.4V Li-po. Note: some chargers require the discharge cable to be
connected. Use the enclosed discharge
lead adapter for these types of chargers.
Note: If the charger fails to announce charge
complete, but is showing battery voltage at 8.4V, the charge can be considered
NOT LEAVE BATTERY ATTACHED TO CHARGER WHEN
CHARGER IS NOT PLUGGED IN.
HERE'S PRICING SAMPLE FOR COMPARISON:
CineStar™ 6 Revolution: $8502.00
5.8 Ghz System / 250mW: $1068.75
Vuzix Video Googles: $349.95
Ready to Fly Total:$8484.70
BELOW IS FEEDBACK FROM THE VERY FIRST BUYER:
FatShark Transporter experiment from Bo Lorentzen on Vimeo.
Kit is far more awesome than hoped.!Instant
geek cred - taped the camera to a box and stuffed it in my pocket and
walked around the production studio with goggles on.. did not crash
myself into anything. (but found out that turning around also turns the
camera ha ha. goggle need a red "reset" position button. everybody
is freaked out how cool this is.
print a box to fit the kit so it can be strapped or welcroed to a
airframe. Im thinking tight strap to the underside of the prop arm
will be awesome. but don't want to adjust anything on the professional
airframes at the studio. (unauthorized adjusts is the quick way to get
in trouble)if the wind dies maybe it will get
some airtime this weekend, but either way the 3D printer will be making a
all in one box for the flying part.
GREAT STUFF SIR.