How to Connect the Image Transmission Module and Camera
Before filming videos with your camera, you still need to connect your image transmission module and the camera. Take the following steps.
Step 1: Install the 5.8 GHz antenna on the image transmission module by screwing.
Step 2: Find the 5-pin anti-reverse cable on the connecting line and plug it into the 5-pin port on the module.
Step 3: Find the 3-pin anti-reverse cable on the connecting line and plug it into the port on the camera module.
Step 4: Plug the male connector of the power cord in the female connector on the connecting line so as to connect them to the power source (12V).
Step 5: Cover the camera with the variable camera fixing base and fasten them with the self-tapping screws.
Step 6: Insert the connecting piece into the camera fixing base and fasten them with the screw and nut.
Step 7: Put the assembled camera in front of the airframe and fasten them with two self-tapping screws.
Operation Guide for the Image Transmission Board
There are six switches on the image transmission board: the No.1, No.2 and No. 3 switches correspond to the channel and the No. 4 and No. 5 switches correspond to the frequency as shown in the table. And there are two buttons on the back of the displayer, one for the frequency and the other for the channel.
For example, if you toggle the No.1, No.2 and No. 3 switches upward, which represents CH1 according to the table, and then toggle the No. 4 and No. 5 switches upward, which represents FR1, then press the channel button to No. 1 and the frequency button to No.1. Likewise, if you toggle the No. 4 switch upward and the No. 5 switch downward, which means FR3, and toggle the No.1, No.2, and No.3 switches downward, which means CH8, then press the frequency button to No.3 and the channel button to No. 8. There is no order of pressing the frequency button or the channel button. Pay attention to maintain the frequency consistent with the channel based on the table. Otherwise, there would be no signal on the displayer.