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Default Mini-Review KC02 5ghz Transmitter and Camera

Hello,


Some days ago i got the KC02 Vtx and camera combo from akktek.com:

http://www.akktek.com/products/micro.../akk-kc02.html

The hardware costs about €30






Here are some details:

7-20V FPV Transmitter

Video Format: NTSC, Output Impedance: 50 Ohm
Antenna connector: RP-SMA connector
Supply current: 280 mA, Operating Temperature: -10 +85℃
Video Band Width: 0-8.0 MHz, Audio carrier Frequency: 6.5 MHz
Video Input Level: 0.8,1.0,1.2 Vp-p, Video Input Impedance: 75 Ohm
Audio Input Level: 0.5,2.0 Vp-p, Audio Input Impedance: 10K Ohm
Operating Voltage: 7-20 V, VTX Size: 31mm*25mm*8mm

600TVL perfect picture quality camera

CCD: 1/3” Sony SUPER HAD II CCD
Pixel: NTSC: 768(H)494(V),TV System: NTSC
Resolution: 650TVL(b/w), 600tvl(color)
Synchronization : internal synchronize
Shutter Speed: (CCD IRIS) NTSC: 1/60~1/100000 sec
Noise: > 60 (AGC OFF), Video Out: 75ohm, synchronize
Min. Illumination: 0.01Lux, Auto Gain: Off/Low/Mid/High
Back Light Compensation (BLC): Off /Back light compensation/ Strong light suppression
Private shading (PRIVACY): 1~8 private shading area
Motion Detection (MD): On/ Off (Multi level sensitivity settable)
Auto White Balance: Manual / Auto / Auto track
Mirror: Horizontal Mirror optional
Negative: Positive / Negative optional
Color to B&W: Auto, DNR: 2DNR; WDR: D-WDR
Day / Night Shift: Auto/ Color/ B&W
Menu (OSD): English menu, White Dot Repair: Support
Image Adjustment: Support, Camera Title: Support
Power Requirement: DC5V~22V, Working Humidity: 20~80%
Storage Temperature: -40 ℃ ~ +60 ℃
Storage Humidity: 20~95%
Dimensions(mm): 25X25(W*L)
Power Consumption: 70mA





Also here are the scanned manuals:






I have installed this FPV set on my XLH 9120 RC Car:







Both the Vtx and camera were easy to install. The image is good and since its a CCD camera it performs well under low light situation, The camera feels similar to the one i used on my VRX octane.





So Far the only thing i don't like is the stand for the camera that holds the camera with only 2 screw and while it secures the camera in place the camera moves up and down on the Y axis when the car drives over bumpy terrain, so you have to fix the camera in the desired angle with some hotglue

There is also a quick unboxing video i made here:

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https://www.youtube.com/edit?o=U&video_id=J3kA1V4d4XY


Manuals:

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Last edited by biomecanoid; 09-09-2017 at 09:23 PM.