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what stand-alone receiver can i use

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by p fandango, Dec 14, 2014.

  1. p fandango

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    very soon i'm getting myself a pair of Fatshark FPV googles, but also like the idea of setting up a small computer monitor on a tripod so others can watch. I've already got a Black Pearl monitor which i could just tap off, but would prefer to use a stand-alone receiver for the monitor instead. Would this work as i'd want or any other suggestions, would prefer a UK supplier if possible http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/new-5-8G-FPV- ... 20da809f6f (my Phantom appears to be using 5840hz)
     
  2. p fandango

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    just found out about the ImmersionRC UNO, makes sense to go for that as i'm using an ImmersionRC transmitter
     
  3. traeger23

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    I've had a great experience with the ImmersionRC Uno, feeding a separate Marshall field monitor. The Uno has two outputs (both VGA), and I power both the Rx and the monitor split from a single Canon LP-E6 battery plate on the back of the Marshall.
     
  4. p fandango

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    thanks, defo seems the way to go then. I've got someone who has got an 12volt computer monitor so will power them both off the car or a small car battery