5.8 GHz 32ch 1500mw Video Transmitter
Graupner 5.8Ghz 1500mW Video TX

5.8 GHz 32ch 1500mw Video Transmitter

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$89.90 $107.90
P/N: S2351-2
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Specially designed for long range FPV, the Graupner 5.8GHz video transmitter provides impressive ranges of up to 2.5km in open areas. With 1500mW of output power it can handle any demanding video task you need for your FPV requirements. The moisture-proof case has a built-in cooling fan to assure optimal performance during transmissions.

This unit operates under a wide voltage range (between 12V and 24V) in addition to providing low output voltage ranges (5V and 12V) for equipment such as cameras.


  • Wide operational voltage ranges of 12V and 24V
  • 5V and 12V output voltage for cameras and other devices
  • Transmits over 32 channels
  • Compatible with most 5.8GHz receivers
  • Supports AAT


  • Graupner 5.8GHz 1500mW transmitter
  • Standard dipole antenna
  • AV & power cables


Always ensure that the antenna is properly connected before turning on the transmitter to avoid damaging the RF circuitry.


The use and operation of this type of product may require a license and some countries may forbid its use entirely. In the USA, you will need a "HAM" amateur radio license. Learn more about FCC HAM licenses here. It is your responsibility to ensure that use of this product meets the requirements imposed by your country’s rules and regulations for RF devices. Do not purchase this product if you are unsure about your government’s requirements or if you are not able to comply with them. Graupner cannot be held responsible for your actions if you purchase and/or use this product in violation of your government's regulations. By agreeing to our terms and conditions during the check-out process, you also agree to have read and to understand this notice.

Review of the 5.8 GHz 32ch 1500mw VTX
I have 2 of these devices, each is powered off a UBEC with power from the balance plug of the flight battery. Very successful range, I have been able to fly the perimeter of a golf course, desert washes or dry riverbeds and hill or mountain valleys. It has been quite a sensation! An effort to fly clear of obstacles between you and the VTX is important for unobstructed signal.
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Reviewed by:  from Arizona on 12/16/2017