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White plug on bottom of your 600mW ImmersionRC transmitter

Discussion in 'FPV (First Person View)' started by tferrari, Aug 21, 2014.

  1. tferrari

    Aug 4, 2014
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    For those wondering what the white plug is on the bottom of your ImmersionRC transmitter:


    Taken from the ImmersionRC datasheet, this is a 5-pin Molex Picoblade, audio/video input, 5V output. This is likely the exact same electrically as the main black molex connector as it looks like they share the same electrical connections.

    It should be noted that this 5V output is only capable of supplying 300mA. This CANNOT be used to power a GoPro camera due to the current draw of the GoPro being higher than the transmitter is capable of outputting (not to mention the voltage mismatch between the transmitter output and the GoPro voltage input requirement).

    For more fun reading, here is the link to the datasheet: http://www.immersionrc.com/manuals/Imme ... W%20Tx.pdf
  2. IrishSights

    Jan 14, 2014
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    Bangor, Northern Ireland, UK
    Re: White plug on bottom of your 600mW ImmersionRC transmitt

    It is the same, just follow the pcb tracks, they end in the same place.
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