Shark Byte delivers near-zero visible latency High Definition 720p 60FPS video on your Fat Shark HDO2, HDO, HD3, and more. This digital HD system supports up to eight operators on standard 5.8GHz FPV frequencies and can be used alongside analog systems without interference.
Shark Byte has a brand new compact goggle mounted module with integrated DVR and directional antenna. While mounted, the Fat Shark goggle can be seamlessly switched between digital and analog. Goggles can be even stored in their case without removing the digital module!
The goggle and module can both be powered by an existing Fat Shark battery* (with included balance lead adapter). For longer flight days, the system includes an XT-60 terminated adapter with a regulator to supply 8.4V to goggles and modules from standard 3S or 4S battery packs.
Image clarity has been improved with a new fully digital MIPI camera developed by RunCam; the RunCam Racer HD. The small 14x14mm footprint camera is suitable for the smallest of builds and comes with an adapter to facilitate mounting to larger frames. The camera has an OSD for custom tuning that can be navigated either by a button board or the radio control sticks (requires BetaFlight).
The transmitter size has been reduced and now uses standard 20x20 mounting holes. Power has been upped to 500mW and can be initiated in a standby mode that bumps to full power only when the quad is armed. The transmitter and quad PID settings can be navigated with radio sticks via an OSD or programmed using an external button board.
Shark Byte Goggle Module Specifications
- Weight: 80.3g
- Dimensions: 105 x 21 x 39mm
- Operating Frequencies: 5.725-5.850GHz
- Input Power: 5.5mm Barrel Connector, 8-16V Center Pin Positive
- Operating temperature: 32°-104°F (0°-40°C)
- Compatible Headsets: Fat Shark Dominator series
DO NOT use 5S or 6S batteries to power the VRX or headset. If you connect a 5S or 6S LiPo Battery to the VRX it may cause permanent damage.
The VRX and Fat Shark goggles do not include a low voltage alarm. Always check the charge status of your batteries before flying and never fly on low batteries. We recommend using an in-line battery alarm (not included) between the battery and DC cable.
Air Unit Specifications
Dimensions and Weight:
- Camera: 14 x 14mm with 19 x 19 adaptor
- VTX: 25 x 32 x 12 mm
- Coaxial cable: 85mm
- Mounting Pattern: VTX: 20 x 20mm, M2
- 15.4g including camera and cable (without antenna)
- 10.0g for VTX only
Operating Frequencies: 5.725-5.850GHz
Transmitting Power: 25, 200 and 500mW
- UART: 3.3V
- Update Port: 7-pin SH 1.0
Supported Flight Control System:
- BetaFlight: 4.1 or above (MultiWii API version 1.41)
- iNav 2.3 or above
Input Power: 7-26V
Operating temperature: 32°-104°F (0°-40°C)
- 1x Camera Shark Byte RunCam Nano HD
- 1x Video Transmitter (Choose TX5M.1 or TX5S.1)
- 1x Video Receiver Shark Byte RX5.1
- 1x Stock Cable Set 8cm
FPV Regulatory Notice ⚠
The use and operation of this type of product in the USA and many other countries 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 HAM licenses, and find a HAM license exam session in your area.
It is your responsibility to ensure that the use of this product meets the requirements imposed by your government's rules and regulations for RF devices.
Do not purchase this product if you are unsure of the government requirements or are not able to comply with them. Rotor Riot 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.