FPV & UAV
Up to 100Km (According configuration)
Connect the video system with BTSD1, XPAD or GCSD4 and XOSDV2.
On screen, you can see all instruments of a
aircraft as if it were an F16, flight data, alarms,
state batteries and especially the telemetry XLRS.
It can be used as a standard video receiver for FPV.
Analog video system for drones or UAV.
Ranges from 100Km or more according configurations.
New: Increase the range of the video system to 80-100km using the new video booster of 2.4Ghz and 4W.
RXVID or RXVIDXP receiver with diversity at 2.4Ghz and retransmitter at 5.8Ghz of low power incorporated. No need cables for video monitors or video glasses that integrate receivers in 5.8Ghz.
The XOSDV2 is compact, with an integrated 2.4Ghz 500mW transmitter, displaying the data of the XLRS radio link and the instruments using the Mavlink telemetry of the autopilot, flight data, alarms, battery status, video channel, selected camera, OSD brightness, etc. Configurable objects.
New hardware version RXVID2
- The PCB has been improved in general.
- Bluetooth hardware upgrade.
- Buzzer is changed by audio amplifier and speaker.
- Volume Control: Command AUDIO VOL 4000 (0 to 4000 Max.)
- Changes to better select the ON/OFF switch.
Attention: By default it uses 2.400mAh batteries. There is the option with batteries of 4800mAh (Double duration).
VIDEO RECEIVER RXVID
2.4Ghz analog video receiver, 8 channels with dual receiver in diversity mode and 5.8Ghz retransmitter for use in wireless mode without cables with one or several video glasses with 5.8Ghz receiver or with video monitor.
Internal battery of long duration, up to 10h.
Low battery alarm with acoustic warning.
Charge battery by USB micro-B. It can be loaded with the XPAD charger, with a PC or with the charger of a mobile phone.
The diversity makes that we have two antenna inputs and internally select the best possible reception. Then it is possible to have a long range directional antenna and an omnidirectional antenna for nearby flights.
It has two audio / video outputs by cable with independent buffers so that when connecting two external devices, the video signal doesn’t lower.
OLED display to visualize the configuration and parameters of the video system.
Encoder with button to modify the parameters of the video system.
Robust, finished in methacrylate and aluminum.
Configurable through XPAD, communicating by jack-jack cable to the connector (RCBus) with the XPAD transmitters and by telemetry with XOSD, synchronizing the channel selection and other video parameters. It isn’t necessary select or configure the video channel or other parameters from RXVID, it can be selected and modified from the XPAD transmitter, you can change parameters during the flight.
Configurable from the PC, communicating via USB cable using the DMDStudio software you can configure the parameters of the video system.
Integrated with XOSD visualizing information of the ground systems such as battery and XPAD transmitter data, video channels, brightness, etc. With other video systems you will not have the data or the interactivity of the XLRS system.
it can also be used as a 2.4Ghz video receiver with standard diversity for any FPV system.
RXVID integration with XPAD or PC
RXVID control from other devices: You can control all the parameters of the video receiver directly from XPAD or PC.
From XPAD: Select the video menu in the XPAD, the operation is identical to the RXVID using the central encoder of the XPAD you can select and configure any parameter.
From PC: Using the DMDStudio software you can configure any parameter.
Simultaneous configuration: You can use the RXVID, the XPAD or the PC to configure any video parameter, it can be configured from several connections simultaneously.
Configuration with ACL commands: Through RCBus directly to RXVID or connecting the XPAD USB to the PC and from XPAD to RXVID via RCBus.
VIDEO RECEIVER RXVIDXP
Analog video receiver for integration with XPAD 2.4Ghz, 8 channels with dual receiver in diversity mode and with 5.8Ghz retransmitter for use in wireless mode without cables with one or more video glasses with 5.8Ghz receiver or video monitor.
The technical characteristics of RXVIDXP are almost identical to the RXVID model, except for some aspects and functions:
Battery: No internal battery needed, it is powered directly from the XPAD battery.
OLED display: It doesn’t include the OLED display, the data can be displayed in the XPAD video configuration screen.
Encoder: Configuration is made through the “VC” encoder of the XPAD with the same configuration mode as in RXVID.
If you have an XPAD transmitter and need mobility with the included video, we recommend using the RXVIDXP module with which you will expand the XPAD functionality obtaining a portable FPV system.
Just add the accessory FJ_XPAD antenna support and a video monitor and you will have a complete portable system.
The RXVIDXP model is designed to be screwed and connected to the RCBUS on the back of the XPAD.
Now the video will be an integral part of the XPAD transmitter communicating with RCBus.
This will have an additional consumption of the video receiver in case it is necessary to use a battery (BATTXLRS-72, 3.7V 7200mAh) of more capacity in the XPAD transmitter.
In the content of the RXVIDXP module kit has included ergonomic handles of higher rubber prepared for the XPAD with video that should replace the standard handles that has the XPAD.
VIDEO TRANSMITTER XOSDV2
New version hardware V2
XOSDV2 presents graphics, icons and W/B texts on the screen, superimposing the objects on the analog video. It is mainly oriented for the visualization of the instruments of an aircraft and flight data on planes, helicopters and radio control systems FPV, Unmanned Aerieal Vehicle UAV , robots, vigilance, etc.
Interprets Mavlink data packets from a PX4 autopilot or Mavlink compatible autopilots.
- Video transmitter 2.4Ghz 500mW.
- Input for two PAL video cameras.
- 4 RC channels for auxiliary servos.
- Control from XPAD or PC, commands from servo control.
- 1 Input for MAVLINK Telemetry.
- 3 Selectable and configurable pages.
- 3 Character sizes.
Video reception: To receive the XOSDV2 video on the ground, you need a 2.4Ghz RXVID or RXVIDXP video receiver with diversity.
Synchronization: XPAD2, XPAD3, GCSD4, RXVID, RXVIDXP and XOSD work synchronized (change channel in flight, camera selection, brightness level, etc.) with the on screen data and alarm of the receiver battery of video in screen of the OSD.
Compatibility: The receivers RMD1, RXD2, RXD3 and RXLRS are connected to the XOSD through the RCBus providing the data for servos and flight parameters.
Integration: XOSDV2 is fully integrated with XLRS system, Transmitter and Receiver.
New version V2:
- Improved PCB, more precision painting pixels.
- Improved box in general, more robust, screws threaded onto metal.
- ESD Protection and RF Filters in input cameras.
- ESD Protection (static) for all pins includins servos.
- Protection servo pins against short circuits and overloads.
Increase the range: Adding Video Booster of 4W.
Use 2 XOSDV2 to control 4 video cameras, two simultaneous. If you add a video booster with 2 inputs you can use only one antenna in the drone or plane.
Visualize digital RSSI in text and graphics of the receiver, telemetry and background noise.
Visualize the range of the Radio Control system in real time according to the quality of the radio system link and the RF noise.
Integrated video transmitter. 2.4Ghz / 500mW, works at 5V generating less heat and facilitating installation with fewer cables.
Temperature sensor of precision visible as a parameter on the screen.
Thermostat with fan. Facilitates the installation of the XOSDV2 indoors protecting it from the outside, rain, etc. (the interior room must be ventilated).
Temperature alarm, according to configuration, automatic disconnection by high temperature.
Input for two PAL video cameras, the video cameras can be powered at 5V or 12V, only the selected camera is powered, saving consumption.
Internal microphone with audio preview and digital volume control.
Voltmeter of 5V.
RCBus interface. 2 connectors
Synchronization: Connected in real time from the XPAD2, XPAD3 or GCSD4 transmitter, you can read and change parameters in flight:
- Control Power ON / OFF video transmitter.
- 8 Channels Video selectable in flight.
- Camera selection.
- Video brightness level.
- Pixel level adjustable from black to white.
- Internal microphone volume.
¡ New XOSD V2 !
Motor-Accelerator: Graphic position display and % or Watts.
Battery Voltage: Up to 65V. (If hardware device supports).
PLANE MODE: Autopilot Mode. Manual, Auto, Stab, etc, 19 configurable modes.
Control from XPAD or GCSD4: Integrated system. Select the camera, change the brightness, the OSD page, etc, from the XPAD or GCSD4 in flight.
VIDEO BOOSTER 2.4Ghz 4W
Increase the range of you XLRS video system with the new Video Booster 2.4Ghz and 4W of power.
Now you can match the video range with the radio control XLRS.
Ranges of 80 to 100Km with 5dBi omnidirectional antenna on plane or Drone and 24dBi on ground.
Improve the power of your XOSDV2 from 0.5W (+27dBm) to 4W (+36dBm).
- Video amplifier 2.4Ghz 4W for XOSDV2 (Or other similar XOSD models).
- 1 Input SMA-Female (Max. input power 500mW).
- 1 Output SMA-Female
- Robust machined aluminum case with fan.
1 antenna, 2 XOSD: With a special adapter you can use two XOSDV2 with a Video Booster and see two cameras simultaneously (selecting 2 cameras of 4) with a single output antenna with 2W+2W per channel. Increase the range and use only one antenna.
Prepared to work with continuous carrier (CW) with analog video. In an RF amplifier it is important not to get hot, the Video Booster is specially prepared to work with continuous carrier CW (analog video) with cooling forced by fan.
Voltage range 10,8 to 13,5Vcc with internal DCDC to improve performance and decrease heat.
Direct Power with LiPo of 3 cells / 11,1V or power from DCDC adjusted to 12Vdc/2A.
Maximum input power: 500mW (+27dBm).