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Oct 02, 2016, 10:47 PM
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Eachine ER32 Vrx


Hello all I recently purchased a new little Vrx as my Immersion was way to big for my homemade goggles. I must say this little Vrx is in my opinion the next step. The push button channel/band change is Awesome!! I must say this is not a plug and play unit as it took a little figuring out. I ended up using the set of wires that had the balance plug lead on it as this was the most practical choice. With this unit I got rid of more than a few wires, and still need to clean up the look. I do need to get in some range testing but so far the quality of the product looks and feels solid.

As a little added protection I did add some clear heat shrink rap I just did't feel rite adding Velcro directly to the heat sink. The plug end that go's into the vrx that had the balance plug had three wires that i basically connect with a servo plug end(male). I did this to wire in to my new HMDVR that showed up around the same time so it also had a wire harness that had to be soldered up. This little dvr needs 5v and the fact that the Vrx had 5v out put made this a very easy job to wire into the vrx . So now I can unplug this unit at the end of the day , with out worry. I do still need to clean up the rca monitor wire as it is fairly long. I also plan on using the Vout wire coming from the DVR to be able to plug into the monitor and review footage with out removing the microSD card. I intend on making that plug removable by adding another servo plug end to the end of a RCA plug as I cut two of the plug's off of the one that came with the Vrx.

Finishing up I would recommend this little unit as it saves space and sure to get others to admire it and ask questions. Thanks for reading Fly high, fly fast, crash pretty
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