Tramp HV 600mW 5.8GHz Video Transmitter

( 5 Reviews )

Tramp HV 600mW 5.8GHz Video Transmitter

The all new Trampoline HV (TrampHV for short) is a tiny video transmitter with a huge set of features! At only 4 grams, it promises to solve the majority of issues and delays that race events have been experiencing.

Pit Mode: Pit mode transmits a tiny amount of power on a pre-defined frequency to allow for quad setup at a race event without disrupting the show.

Touch ’n’ Race: Transmitters are placed in Race mode upon arrival at a race event, and remain in that mode until the event is over. Race directors can, without powering up a model, define the frequency and power output of the transmitter in 5 seconds flat before a race starts. This means more practice runs, more qualifiers, and races which start and finish on-time

LapRF Compatible: LapRF uses the energy emitted by the 5.8GHz transmitter on the quadcopter to trigger a lap timer sensor.

Anti-Glitch: Anti-Glitch is a new technology which allows video transmitters to power up cleanly on their assigned channel without affecting neighboring channels.

Calibrated Power: Each and every TrampHV is factory calibrated to ensure precise power outputs, especially at the critical low-power race levels.


  • Size: 32mm x 14mm x 5mm
  • Weight: 4g (without SMA cable)
  • Input Voltage: 2s - 4s LiPo (7v - 17v)
  • Output Voltage: 5v for FPV camera
  • Power output: 1 - 600mW
  • Channels: 48 standard
  • Antenna Connector: SMA
  • Built in Thermal Protection


  • 1x ImmersionRC Tramp HV 5.8GHz Video Transmitter
  • 1x RFID Race Programmer Receiver
  • 1x RFID Race Programmer cable
  • 1x video cable with camera and power connectors
  • 1x spare transmitter cable with connector


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5 Reviews

Rob Thome' Jun 7th 2017

Emmersion RC VTX

I can see ! I CAN SEE !!! ILe it .

Adam Apr 3rd 2017

Tramp HV 600mW 5.8GHz Video Transmitter (2nd review - update)

After having used this for almost 2 months of flight (40+ hours actual airtime so far) I have been able to cycle through all of the signal strengths. At the time of first review, I had only used the 25mW setting which allowed me great video signal up to about 300 yards. Since then, I have used 200mW and 600mW and choose 200mW as my normal mode because it works for my style of freestyle flight within a 400' cube. I have also flown a "course" of thick scraggle, woody trees and antique (rusty) vehicles & maintained stellar video feed quality while having all of the above in between my quad and I. Again, Recommended, A+++

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