Micro FPV

Micro and Nano FPV equipments : Nano equipment are not really easy to find. But here is the link of the equipment used in this guide : Video TX : http://www.foxtechfpv.com/tx5823-200mw-8ch-58g-tx-module-for-nano-flyers... Camera : http://www.foxtechfpv.com/fh10c-520tvl-super-mini-cam-ntsc-p-254.html It look a bit scary at first, but it’s really just a mater of reading what’ withing on the board and have a good soldering iron. Lets start. This camera is 12v stock and usally we use a 7.4v on the Micro FPV. The long board behind the camera is a 3.7v regulator, you just have to remove the board and you have a 3.7v Now for the Video TX (VTX) : You can try to solder the wires of the cam directly, but I didn’t had good result. DON’T FORGET THAT THE VTX IS 3.3V ! You have to be sure to have a constant 3.3v in the camera. The simpliest way is with a regulator. Lukely Foxtech sells those has well. http://www.foxtechfpv.com/foxtech-mini-5v-1a-switch-regulator-7805-p-268... To test it, you just have to power on a ESC plug to a motor. If you see lines in the screen you need to put compacitor To select the channel just put a jupper on the connections. I’ve decided to put ch 1 to keep it simple. All finished in few minutes ! Other setup The easiest way to work with nano and micro FPV setup is with the AnyVolt Micro http://www.dimensionengineering.com/anyvoltmicro.htm AnyVolt Micro is a miniature step-up / step-down switching DC-DC converter. The output is adjustable from 2.6V to 14V and currents up to 0.5A can be drawn. Just take a volt-meter on the output to check the voltage. This device can affect the range on of your RC link and the just a litlte bit of the image quality