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Fat Shark Shark Byte VRX Module

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About:[edit | edit source]

HDZero is an unparalleled digital wireless video transceiver technology developed and fully owned by Divimath Inc. A HDZero transmitter broadcasts uncompressed video streams, and any HDZero receivers nearby are able to pick up the video with less than 1ms fixed latency. With its smart de-Noise techniques (patent pending), HDZero is able to reach a much longer range per mW. HDZero works perfectly with current analog video transmitters, and is fully compatible with current race timing systems. With supporting MSP canvas mode and SmartAudio protocol, HDZero works seamlessly with various flight controllers and radio controllers.


Fat Shark Shark Byte HD Zero compatible VRX Module[edit | edit source]

RX Modules
Fat Shark Shark Byte HD Zero Compatible VRX Module (RX5.1)

Specifications:This module was the first model released under the Shark Byte brand using HD Zero chipset and is compatible with all VTX modules by both HDZero and Fat Shark.

  • Model RX5.1
  • 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

Internal Images:[edit | edit source]

Fat Shark (HDZero Compatible) VRX Module Internal Images
HDZero SB VRX DVR Board Back
HDZero SB VRX DVR Board Front

Known Issues[edit | edit source]

Dead module, blown fuse on DVR Power board shown here

HDZero Shark Byte VRX Blown Fuse

Scroll wheel resistor knocked off during installing elrs backpack causing the scroll wheel not to work.

Please see resistors and values below :

Resistors location and values for the scroll wheel on the original shark byte vrx