FPV ANALOG VIDEO SYSTEMS
New versions 2020
¡To work 15-100Km!
Diversity 1.2Ghz, 2.4Ghz or 5.8Ghz
Reference Price from 930€
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Compatible with autopilots
with Mavlink Protocol
OSD (On Screen Display)
with Exclusive Instruments in real time
for quick antenna installation on tripod
Analog Video 25 to 100Km
Video Receiver RXVID3 and Video Transmitter XOSD3B.
It is a professional analog video system prepared for all types of applications FPV to work between 25-40Km (LOS) with antennas included on each video system, or 100km with high gain parabolic antennas.
Three video systems with several frequency bands to choose, video transmitter and video receiver work in 2.4Ghz, 5.8Ghz or 1.2Ghz and with an output power of 1W.
RXVID3, video 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 and a internal battery with a duration of 8-10 hours.
XOSD3B, video transmitter it has an OSD(On Screen Display) that can be connected to a autopilot by Mavlink protocol and can visualize the instruments as an F16: XLRS radio link, speed, height, GPS, heading, flight mode, alarms, battery status, XLRS telemetry, Mavlink telemetry and much more… If you don’t use autopilot you can connect an external GPS (Coming soon).
Note: Analog video systems with powers greater than 25mW or 100mW at 2.4Ghz, 5.8Ghz, shouldn’t be used in Europe, except authorized users. For governmental or military use, depending on the country, you can use frequency band of 1.2-1.3Ghz.
An RF attenuator can be included in the output of the video transmitter to comply the standards of each country.
ABOUT THE PRODUCT
In long range FPV-UAV systems, analog video systems are very useful and they have greater reach, are technologically simpler and at a lower cost than digital video systems.
The analog video has less resolution than the digital video. In most cases it is sufficient for the pilot and if necessary it can be compensated with the camera zoom. The analog video is suitable when you need long range, low or no latency and low cost.
New versions for 2020 with very improvements:
Three new analog video systems of the “XVID3B” series with frequencies to choose: 1.2Ghz, 2.4Ghz and 5.8Ghz.
XOSD3B: New improved video transmitter with 1W power RF and OSD integrated to get the best video signal to work from 15Km to 100Km or more, depending system, configuration and antennas.
XVID3: Autonomous Diversity receiver of high sensivity mounted and connected in the directional antenna combinated with one omnidirectional antenna for optimal signal reception. New and improved plastic box easily removable from the antenna.
Ready for use, it doesn’t need adaptations. Ready to fast install on tripod. Directional antenna with quick mounting system on the tripod.
Robust new suitcase for safely transport the video receiver and antennas!
The optional tripod with its carrying case ready to quickly mount the video receiver with the antennas, completes the video system and also allows to install the antennas of the XLRS radio control system.
In summary: the new video system facilitates your work, transportation and assembly. It is ready for use and has been designed with your needs in mind as a professional.
Analog diversity video receiver 1.2Ghz, 2.4Ghz or 5.8Ghz
with internal short range transmitter 5.8Ghz
Analog video receivers with two internal modules simultaneous video receivers with 8 video channels and battery with autonomy of 8-10h approximately.
Diferent frequencies band to choose: 1.2Ghz, 2.4Ghz or 5.8Ghz.
Also has a 5.8Ghz short range video transmitter to view the video in wireless mode with one or more video glasses or video FPV monitors with 5.8Ghz receiver, you can get ranges of 25 to 100m or more depending on the antenna.
Diversity mode: RXVID3 has two antenna inputs and internally selects the best video signal reception from the two receiver modules. You can install in the receiver (No.1) a directional antenna for long range and in receiver (No.2) an omnidirectional antenna for nearby flights, in this way you will get a good combination of antennas and good video signal for short and long range.
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.
TRIPOD FOR ANTENNAS
Optionally you can purchase this tripod with T-Bar which is specifically adapted to place several types of RC and Video antennas quickly, ready to install (Plug & Play).
It is mechanically prepared and with accessories to install antennas as: BQ89, MX433, ANTPLA24G17DB or similar, it can support up to 25Kg of load, it is extensible up to 2.70m, it folds easily and has a transport bag.
You can purchase the TRIP270 tripod at the DMD store.
TRANSPORT BAG FOR TRIPOD
The tripod can be easily transported with the supplied carrying bag. With internal padding to protect against bumps in daily work.
CONTROL THE VIDEO SYSTEM FUNCTIONS FROM XLRS REMOTE CONTROLLERS
If you use any XLRS Radio Control system together with the XVID3 video system, you can control the video functions in real time.
Then you can assign any button to the functions of the video transmitter.
For example from the XLRS remote control you can change:
– TX video channel.
– Select video camera.
– Brightness level.
– Volume level.
– OSD page.
– And other functions…
Select your video system
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.
If you need more information to select analog video system, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org indicating analog video selection. You will receive a complete article in PDF that will help you decide.