FLYKEY RAFALE V1 5.8G 48CH 854x480x3 WVGA FPV Goggles with Front


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Description: User Manual
Brand Name: FLYKEY
Item Name : RAFALE V1 Goggles
LCD Displayer:
LCD Size : 0.32''(Diagonal)
Display Active Resolution : 854 x 480 x 3(WVGA)
IPD : 55mm - 65mm adjust
LCM Luminance : 350 cd/㎡(center point)
FOV : 30°
5.8G Receiver:
Frequency: ISM5.6GHz-5.95GHz 48CH
Receive Mode: Diversity Receiver
Video Output Level : 1V±0.2Vp-p/75Ω
Audio Output Level : 0.5-2.0Vp-p/10Ω
TV System : PAL/NTSC/AUTO
RF Sensitivity : <-92dBm(15dBuV)
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Antenna Connector : SMA
Front Camera:
Resolution : 640 x 480
FOV : 120 degrees(Diagonal)
Focal Length : f=0.95mm
System:
Battery: 1000mA/3.7V LiPo(Removeable)
Working Voltage : DC 5~28V
Charging Voltage : DC 5~28V
Supply Current : <350mA/12V DC
Charging Current : <500mA/12V DC
OSD Menu Hide : Support
Interface:
AV OUT : 2.5mm x 1(Diversity OUT)
AV IN : 2.5mm x 1
Headphone Output : 3.5mm x 1
DC IN : OD/ID:3.5/1.2mm x 1
5.8G ANT : SMA x 2
Appearance:
Size : 168 x 80 x 45mm
Weight : 160g( with battery )
CH /Band CH 1 CH 2 CH 3 CH 4 CH 5 CH 6 CH 7 CH8
A(A) 5865MHz 5845MHz 5825MHz 5805MHz 5785MHz 5765MHz 5745MHz 5725MHz
b(B) 5733MHz 5752MHz 5771MHz 5790MHz 5809MHz 5828MHz 5847MHz 5866MHz
C(E) 5705MHz 5685MHz 5665MHz 5645MHz 5885MHz 5905MHz 5925MHz 5945MHz
d(F) 5740MHz 5760MHz 5780MHz 5800MHz 5820MHz 5840MHz 5860MHz 5880MHz
E(R) 5658MHz 5695MHz 5732MHz 5769MHz 5806MHz 5843MHz 5880MHz 5917MHz
F 5362MHz 5399MHz 5436MHz 5473MHz 5510MHz 5547MHz 5584MHz 5621MHz
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This product was added to our catalog on Wednesday 23 November, 2016.

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