Eachine TX805 seems to have everything that quad VTX needs to have: TX can be easily mounted in the stack, has audio microphone on board, MMCX antenna connector, SmartAudio control, 40 channels and 5 switchable output power modes – Pit/25/200/600/800mW
Blue LED light on stands for CH1,short presses to change 8 channels sequentially.
For CH2/3/4/5/6/7/8,Blue LED flicker once,it won’t light on.
Notice:Blue LED only light on for CH1
Press button for 2S,Red LED will flash,then short presses to select 5 bands.
Press button for 4S,Red LED will flash,then select power by simple short presses to select 25mW/200mW/600mW sequentially,For 200mW, Green LED flicker once,it won’t light on;For 600mW Blue LED flicker once,it won’t light on .Press the button again ,Red LED,Green LED and Blue LED lights together,Represents the highest power 800mW.
Notice:Red LED only light on for 25mW.
While in Pit Mode you can change channels and set power levels , but none of these changes will take effect until you quit Pit Mode.By default ,Pit Mode will send a very weak signal.
Two ways to exit pit mode:
Press button 12S until all 16 LED turned off and light on again to exit pit mode,or you can exit pit mode via Betaflight OSD.
Notice:The VTX has memory for settings,To change the settings ,please repeat steps as above.
1 x Eachine TX805 5.8G 40CH 25/200/600/800mW FPV Transmitter VTX
1 x Adapter connector cable (RP-SMA or SMA Female)
1 x MMCX Pigtail Antenna