OSD with analog video transmitter 1.2, 2.4 or 5.8Ghz of 1W
Video transmitter with 8 video channels and inputs for 2 video cameras with PAL format.
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.
You can use XOSD3B directly to a 5.8Ghz FPV monitor. An interesting portable and low cost option.
Interfaces and characteristics
Integrated video transmitter 1.2Ghz, 2.4Ghz or 5.8Ghz / 1000mW, works at 7,5V to 18V 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 7,5V to 18V. Only the selected camera is powered, saving consumption.
– Two simultaneous cameras: If you use 1 XOSD 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 (12V) and feed it through the XOSD 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, servos are powered separately at 5V it can be powered through the RCBUS of the XLRS receiver or with a DCDC converter.
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:
1.2Ghz: Select this band only when it is essential. 2.4Ghz: Use this band if you want a good combination of range, sharpness and directionality, preferably use outside the city since the band is saturated. 5.8Ghz: It has greater sharpness, less range. Less saturated band.
5.8Ghz: Economical option. Use only an XOSD3B and an FPV monitor or video glasses.
5.8Ghz:Portable option and good price. You can also use an XOSD3B with an RC transmitter XPAD + FPV monitor.
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