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Discussion in 'FPV (First Person View)' started by David2676, Feb 5, 2015.

  1. David2676

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    I am trying to test my FPV before i put it on the p2

    Does anyone have a wiring chart for a the following

    ts351
    RC 802

    TFt color monitor - i have power to the monitor now it has two yellow jacks and a green wire that i am not sure which is the video.

    I also have a plug for the video from the go pro has three wires B W Y

    I tried wiring all this I have power to the ts rec and monitor but I do not get a signal so I am guessing I do not have the correct video wiring ?
     
  2. David2676

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    also on my tx it has 8 channels how do you know and change the channel on the TX ?
     
  3. rebelyellNC

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    Hey David, all you have to do is type "ts351 wiring" in google and get tons of info. Here's the link

    https://www.google.com/search?q=ts3...v&sa=X&ei=Y2TWVMTlG8ekgwTwxoHYDw&ved=0CB0QsAQ

    Same thing for the RC802. again it's really simple, here's the link

    https://www.google.com/search?q=ts3...TwxoHYDw&ved=0CB0QsAQ#tbm=isch&q=RC802+wiring

    You didn't specify the model on your monitor, but if you type the brand, model, and manual in Google, you'll get many links. You just have to read...

    Happy FPV and be safe
     
  4. PhantomFanatic

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    Typically a TFT has a composite video input, which would be Yellow, audio is Red (right channel) and White (left channel)

    So, yellow should be video. I would guess one is video in and the other is video out. If you mean a green RCA type plug, it doesn't make sense. Green normally is ground. But, few have a ground.

    But, the advice you got, from rebelyellNC, is the best: Do a bit of research. Google is an awesome source that I use almost daily.