The PandaRC VT5807 4in1 VTX is more than just a video transmitter. In addition to being a video transmitter, the VT5807 also functions as a PDB, LED Controller and Buzzer. It’s a great choice for pilots who like using individual speed controllers, rather than a 4in1 ESC. 5.8GHz VTX: The PandaRC VT5807 transmits via 40 different channels within the 5.8GHz frequency band. It has an adjustable transmission power output: 0/25/100/200/400 / 600mW. There’s also a Pit Mode, which means a battery can be safely plugged in without disturbing the FPV image of other pilots. Finally the VTX is equipped with MMCX antenna connection. PDB: The PandaRC VT5807 4in1 VTX is actually a Power Distribution Board (PDB) with integrated VTX. The PDB has handy solder pads for connecting 4 separate ESCs. There’s also an onboard BEC power supply, which outputs 5V and can be used to power your flight controller. Connection with your FC is made easy, thanks to a 12pin plug. The PDB comes in a design with a 30.5x30.5mm mounting pattern. As a result, it can be neatly integrated into any 30x30 flight stack. LED Controller: Another cool feature of the VT5807 is that is also functions as an LED controller. It comes with 4x 4 LED strips which you can equip your quadcopter with and enjoy the different lighting patterns it offers. Buzzer: To top it all off, it also has a built-in buzzer. The buzzer produces a loud 85dB and can be used to help find a lost quad.