Team Blacksheep continues to shrink everything in sight. As builds become smaller and the innovation surrounding brushed and brushless micro quads accelerate, the need for high-quality micro VTxs increases. TBS has built the smallest VTx possible, focusing purely on size and weighing only 1.4g!
Sporting the usual Unify Pro pedigree, a newly-revised u.FL connector and the industry-standard Smart Audio support, you'll have amazing video quality never before seen on a micro quad or whoop. You will be blown away by the performance in terms of range, signal clarity, and signal spacing on this VTx.
Note: Unlike the Unify Race, the Nano requires an input of 4.5-5v. You cannot power directly from a battery. To prevent frying your¬†equipment, only power through a 5v out.
- Input Voltage: 4.5V - 5V
- Power levels: 25mW / 50mW
- Interface: SmartAudio and capacitive button (or solder external tactile button separately - included!)
- Weight: 1.4g! (incl. antenna)
- Size: 13.2mm x 14.6mm
- Antenna connector: u.FL (upgraded)
- Antenna length: 45.6mm (end to end)
- TBS Tech: Smart Audio, Clean Switch
- 1x Unify Pro nano 5G8 VTX
- 1x button switch
- 1x¬†TBS UNIFY PRO 5G8 Linear Antenna
- 6x 30awg silicon connection wires (2 black, 2 red, 1 white, 1 yellow)
I’ve installed this tiny VTX in my TinyHawk S and it’s working great so far.
The thing to watch out for is not to set it to the highest output, because if you do, depending where you installed it on the quad, you run the risk of burning something because it really runs hot.
They should come with all mount options. Or TBS should make sure vendors that carry them have to stock the mounting boards as well cause mounting them with double sided tape isn’t preferable if it’s against say FC. Having the air gap between extends their useful life.
Connection points are entirely too small. Was only able to get it to work once after i soldered it onto the 20x20 vtx mount board. Then it broke off when I pulled it off double sided sticky tape. Metal tabs pulled off the board. No way to fix it now. Better off buying the other one with the bigger solder points.