RF-Links LUV-250 Ultra Compact 2.4GHz 4 Channel Video and Audio Transmitter (250 mW)

BH #RFLUV250 • MFR #LUV-250
RF-Links LUV-250  Ultra Compact 2.4GHz 4 Channel Video and Audio Transmitter (250 mW)
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RF-Links LUV-250 Overview

The RF-Video LUV-250 is an ultra compact yet durably designed video and audio transmitter. It accepts a single NTSC or PAL camera for transmitting its signal in high resolution wirelessly up to three miles away in the air. Its small size and its ability to operate on optional battery power allow it to be placed easily virtually anywhere or carried around in a pocket, making it an excellent choice for hidden surveillance applications.

Receiver and antenna sold separately
Ultra compact design ideal for covert surveillance applications
Tested to transmit wirelessly up to 3 miles in free air using radio controlled model airplanes
Durable design with metal enclosure
Compatible with NTSC and PAL video systems
Accepts a variety of BNC type antennas
Low power consumption (150mA)

RF-Links LUV-250 Specs

Signal SystemNTSC/PAL
Operating Frequency2300-2500 MHz
ChannelsSelectable from 1-4 (4-8) internally
RF Power Output250 mW
AntennaNot included, accepts SMA (BNC) type antenna (omni dipole recommended)
Impedance50 ohms
Wireless RangeUp to 3 miles (5 km) line of sight
Video InputOpen wire
Audio InputOpen wire
Power Requirements7.5-14.4 VDC (12 VDC required with battery)
Power Consumption150mA
Operating Temperature-40 ~ 167°F (-40 ~ +75°C)
Dimensions (WxHxD)1.2 x 0.4 x 1.5" (30.48 x 10.16 x 38.1mm)
Weight0.6 oz (18 g)
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.1 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)4.3 x 2.5 x 0.8"
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Do I need a special FCC permit to use this in the usa?
Asked by: Anonymous
The LUV-250 video and audio transmitter uses the 2.4GHZ channel which is an open radio channel commonly used for many wireless devices. There is no need to have a special permit to make use of this channel in the US.
Answered by: Brian F.
Date published: 2018-08-27
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