NameLessRC Nano400 VTX

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Nameless VTX 400 Nano
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We are seriously impressed with NamelessRC and this new nano vtx is no different
These guys have got it right from the start.

All the power settings you could want and Pit Mode so you dont upset your fellow pilots when bench testing.




Specs

-Brand Name:NameLessRC

-Item Name: Nano400 VTX

-Output Power: PIT/25mW/100mW/200mW/400mW Switchable

-Control Mode: BFOSD Control(RX)

-Input Power: 5V

-Video System: NTSC/PAL

-Antenna: IPEX

-Size: 12.4MM*12.4MM*3.5MM

Weight: 0.7g

Frequency: 5.8GHz 6 bands 48 channels, with Raceband: 5362-5945 MHZ

Attention:

Nano400's factory set up is on lock mode(5733-5866MHZ unlock).
Please follow your local laws and regulations if you need to unlock the frequency.



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Precautions for use:

-Make sure output terminal is installed antenna before it is powered.

-Please maintain a good cooling environment for better performance.

-Input voltage must be within the specified range 5V.

-Please choose antenna with good VSWR and DB if you replace,to get far transmission distance.

-Pay attention to static electricity protection during transportation and installation.


Frequency and power control methods:

-The NLRC Nano400 VTX is set up via BFOSD Control (IRC Tramp)

-The NLRC Nano400 VTX’s default set up is lock on 25mw.

-To lock/unlock the VTX channels, please enter the PIT mode for three times within 30secs after powering up the VTX (PIT mode switch is set in BF mode page). The 3 LEDs will flash one by one if the VTX is successful to lock/unlock.

Please re-power the VTX after this step.

LED functions:

-Orange LED shows channels status. Green for bands and Blue for power.

-The Green LED flash after Orange and blue LED flash at the same time means the VTX enter PIT mode successfully.

-The three LEDs will flash one by one after the VTX is powered. After that, each LED will flash to show the channel, band & power’s status. Orange LED flash 1 time for Channel 1, 2 times for Channel 2. Green LED flash 1 time for Band 1, 2 times for Band 2 and so on. The three LEDs will flash one by one again after finish showing the status.


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