Team Black Sheep

TBS Triumph Stub 5.8GHz RHCP Antenna - SMA (Pair)

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  • £38.90


The ultimate FPV racing antenna just got better. With lower weight and even better durability, the TBS Triumph Stub has it all.

Two legends in FPV (IBcrazy of Video Aerial Systems LLC and Trappy from Team-BlackSheep)  came together in a darkened room full of electronic equipment and this is the result. The TBS Triumph is a revolution in circular 5.8 GHz technology. Hand-tuned for ultimate noise and reflection rejection, true circularity and great range. 

While other antennas rely on copycat designs the TBS Triumph takes a giant leap in 5.8 GHz antenna technology. Video Aerial Systems LLC (IBcrazy) and Team-BlackSheep have come together to reinvent how the modern 5.8 circular polarized antenna should look and perform.

In their quest for the cleanest video signal and best range possible, they ventured way beyond the traditional bent lobes of Cloverleaf designs and invested significant time and effort in finding the best antenna designs known to man, and modifying them specifically for FPV use. 

After extensive design and testing, they focused on making  sure the Triumph was durable enough to take even the toughest abuse. After many test flights and extensive feedback from team pilots they decided to use a double-jacket heavy duty Semi-Rigid cable and tin-plated connectors. For protection they wrapped the antenna itself in a special foam-filled and ultrasonic welded enclosure to secure the antenna from inbound trees, gates or other objects :)

Features:

  • Manufactured and tested to highest standards
  • Best in class range and signal quality
  • Extra compact and low weight
  • Ultrasonic welded and foam infused cover for ultimate crash-protection
  • Double-jacket semi-rigid cable for heavy impact resistance

Specs:

  • Frequency range: 5500-6000MHz
  • Gain: 1.26dbic
  • Axial Ratio:  0.74
  • Cable: RG402 (heavy duty)
  • Flying Weight: 11.5g
  • Height: 85mm, 3.3 in
  • Connector: SMA

And even if you do manage to break the antenna off at the SMa connector, its a doddle to fix!