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RC LOGGER with TBS FATSHARK module

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by BallisticPhantom, Apr 4, 2014.

  1. BallisticPhantom

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    I need a double check on my sanity here guys. Please tell me if RC Logger TX will work with the TBS 5.8 RX for the fat shark. The Details are below. Before I drop the coin I want to ensure I have exact change. Please let me know your thoughts. Thanks

    http://team-blacksheep.com/products/product:110
    BOSCAM A BOSCAM B BOSCAM E
    Ch1: 5865 MHz 5733 MHz 5705 MHz 5740 MHz
    Ch2: 5845 MHz 5752 MHz 5685 MHz 5760 MHz
    Ch3: 5825 MHz 5771 MHz 5665 MHz 5780 MHz
    Ch4: 5805 MHz 5790 MHz 5645 MHz 5800 MHz
    Ch5: 5785 MHz 5809 MHz 5885 MHz 5820 MHz
    Ch6: 5765 MHz 5828 MHz 5905 MHz 5840 MHz
    Ch7: 5745 MHz 5847 MHz 5925 MHz 5860 MHz
    Ch8: 5725 MHz 5866 MHz 5945 MHz 5860 MHz


    http://www.rclogger.com/Wireless-Tr...deo-TX-RX-System/5-8-GHz-Video-TX-Module.html
    Frequency Specifications
    Channel frequency CH1: 5.73 GHz, CH2: 5.75 GHz, CH3: 5.77 GHz, CH4: 5.79 GHz, CH5: 5.81 GHz, CH6: 5.83 GHz, CH7: 5.85 GHz, CH8: 5.87 GHz
     
  2. tanasit

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    I think you should contact both Team Blacksheep and Rc logger for accurate answers and if you need future support or return /exchange.
     
  3. BallisticPhantom

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    I have done that both are not exactly speedy in there response methods. I have posted on both of there boards with no response. I figured with all the experience on here someone would know. I believe it will but I just wanted a double check on my insanity.

    Anybody?
     
  4. OI Photography

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    According to what you posted there, the 2nd column of channels on the Rx match with the ones listed for the Tx, so they should work together based on that info. You'll just need to be sure the Rx is set for the correct channel range (whatever the 2nd column is titled), and on the same channel as the Tx (adjustable on both the Tx and Rx).