With XVID3 video, you can reach 100Km or more depending on configurations.
XVID3 is the 3rd generation of the XVID analog video systems, the video modules have hardware improvements compared to the previous versions.
Video transmitter (XOSD3W1):
More power 1W.
Less consumption and less heat than the previous XOSD of 500mW.
Video receiver (RXVID3):
More sensitivity and range (9 to 10dBm).
More autonomy (8-10h approx) with 5A of battery.
Greater range, repeater TX 5.8Ghz using external antenna.
The transmitter and video receiver work in 2.4Ghz (1.2Ghz, 1.3Ghz optional). The receiver has a built-in transmitter of 5.8Ghz 10mW (repeater), for use in wireless mode (without cables) with one or several video glasses, video monitors, etc., which have a 5.8Ghz receiver. It also has two audio/video outputs by cable.
Instrument display as an F16: XLRS radio link, speed, height, GPS, heading, flight mode, alarms, battery status, XLRS telemetry, Mavlink telemetry and much more.
Partners: XVID3 systems customized on demand (Consult).
Note:Analog video systems with powers greater than 25 or 100mW at 2.4Ghz, shouldn’t be used in Europe, except authorized users. For governmental or military use, depending on the country, you can use frequencies of 1.2 or 1.3Ghz, consult.
Analog video receiver with two simultaneous receivers in diversity mode to 2.4Ghz and 5.8Ghz repeater of 10mW for use in wireless mode (without cables) with one or more video glasses or video monitors with 5.8Ghz receiver.
The 2.4Ghz diversity has two antenna inputs and internally selects the best possible receiver. You can install in the receiver 1, a directional antenna for long range and in receiver 2 an omnidirectional antenna for nearby flights..
More sensitivity and range
The two receiver modules at 2.4Ghz are more sensitive than the previous version (+ 9dB)
with which the range of the video system improves x2.5.
More range of 5.8Ghz repeater
The video transmitter 5.8Ghz 10mW now has an external antenna to increase the range, previously it was about 10 to 15m, now it can reach 50-100m or much more depending on the antenna.
More autonomy (8-10h approx)
It incorporates a 3.7V 5000mAh battery, the double than previous version.
Interfaces and Characteristics
Alarms and local speaker has low battery alarm and you can also hear the sound in flight.
Led RX1 indicates if receiver 1 is selected.
Led RX2 indicates if receiver 2 is selected.
Led TX1 indicates if the repeater is activated.
Led Bluetooth indicates if the Bluetooth module is activated.
3 SMA-Female connectors robust connection for video antennas.
OLED display to display the parameters menu.
Encoder with pushbutton to select and modify the parameters
It has two audio / video outputs by cable with independent buffers so that when connecting two external systems the video signal does not lower. (Use 3.5mm jack to RCA connector).
RCBus input for serial communication with XLRS transmitter and other XLRS devices.
Charge battery by USB micro-B. You can charge with the XPAD charger, with a PC or with the charger of a mobile phone.
Configurable from PC communicating by USB cable using the DMDStudio software you can configure the parameters.
Led battery status indicates the status of the current internal battery, Red (Charging) and Green (Battery charged).
Robust, finished in methacrylate and fire-painted aluminum.
Independent FPV system, it can be used as a 2.4Ghz video receiver with standard diversity for any FPV system.
RXVID3,designed to place it as close as possible to the antennas with the coaxial cables the shortest to reduce the losses, no need cables to monitors or video glasses.
It is supplied with a patch antenna of 2.4Ghz 17dBi (optionally a parabolic 2.4Ghz 24dBi) and an omnidirectional antenna of 2.4Ghz 5dBi. The omnidirectional is suitable for nearby flights up to 2-3Km in any position without the need to orient and the directional or parabolic patch for distant flights.
It can be installed in a closet in a base station on land with large antennas for large ranges or distant flight. Learn more about the video range.
with several devices
XLRS Transmitter connecting through the RCBus port of the XLRS transmitter and RXVID3. From the menu of the XLRS transmitter select the video screen, the operation is identical to that of the RXVID3 menu, using the XLRS transmitter central encoder you can select and configure any parameter.
Compatibility with XLRS systems: D1, D2, D3 and D4.
PC connecting RXVID3 through the USB port and using the DMDStudio software you can configure any parameter.
Bluetooth (Only for commands) linked with another bluetooth device can send ACL commands to configure the parameters of RXVID3 wirelessly (without cables). PC from DMDStudio or with android devices from any Bluetooth console application.
Analog video transmitter 2.4Ghz 1W
Analog video transmitterof 2.4Ghz 1000mW.
OSD 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.
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 through DMDStudio software.
Interprets Mavlink data packets of Pixhawk autopilot or autopilots compatibles with Mavlink protocol.
Video reception: To receive the video on the ground you need the video receiver RXVDI3 of 2.4Ghz with diversity. (Previous versions of the RXVID video receivers are compatible).
Synchronization: The XLRS and XOSD transmitters work synchronized (Changing channel in flight, camera selection, brightness level, etc.) with the on screen data and alarm of the video receiver battery on OSD screen.
Compatibility: The XLRS receivers are connected to the XOSD through the RCBus, providing the XLRS telemetry data, data for servos and flight parameters.
Integration: It is fully integrated with the XLRS system, transmitter and receiver.
More power and range TX
The new video transmitter has a built-in TX video module of 2.4Ghz 1000mW (+30dBm).
Previous versions of XOSD had 500mW (+27dBm).
The video transmitter 1000mW consumes less than the previous version of 500mW, is more efficient, generating less heat and with double of power.
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.
Interfaces and characteristics
Integrated video transmitter 2.4Ghz / 1000mW, works at 5V generating less heat and facilitating installation with fewer cables.
8 video channels.
2 Inputs for video cameras with PAL format, the video cameras can be powered from 3V to 20V. Only the selected camera is powered, saving consumption.
– Two simultaneous cameras: If you use 1 XOSD3W1 you can only display 1 camera at a time, to display 2 cameras at the same time you will need 2 XOSD and 2 RXVID, each pair TX / RX in a different video channel.
– 2 cameras with different voltage: You can connect a camera (5V) and feed it through the XOSD3 and the second camera (12V or 20V) connected to the CAM1-2 port and only to the pins (GND and video signal), the 12V power must be separated with the 0V common.
4 RC channels for auxiliary servos with independent and own mixes in the XOSD, are usually used for gimbal control (PAN, TILT, ROLL, etc) or other functions.
1 Input for Mavlink Telemetry it connects directly to the mavlink telemetry port of the autopilot (GND, TX) and operates at 38400 baud.
Control of the functions from XLRS Transmitter connected in real time from the XLRS transmitter, can read and change parameters of the video in flight: