2.4GHz Video Transmission System Here link Long Range HD


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Features
Supports dual HDMI 1080P 60fps video input, which can be modified through the QGC interface. Dual S.bus signal output for simultaneous control of autopilot and pan/tilt cameras.
The integrated digital transmission and image transmission can simultaneously transmit the flight data of the autopilot and the image output by the camera to the remote controller.
Built-in QGC open source ground station with adaptable apm and px4 firmware for direct flight function.
Independent Mavlink commands camera buttons and scroll wheel channels.
Custom channel button and PWM value assignment.
Product Details
Air Unit and Controller hardware information:
Processor: SoC – Pinecone S1 AP: 4 x large core, Cortex A53, 2.2GHz 4 x small core, Cortex A53, 1.4GHz GPU: 4 core, Mali- T860 SDR: A7 + DSP Storage: Sky: LPDDR3: 1GB Ground: LPDDR3: 2GB Sky / Ground: EMMC: 4GB Transmission Distance: FCC 20km CE / SRRC 12km Image transmission delay: ≤ 110ms Image transmission: 720p@30fps 1080p@30 / 60fps transmission
Frequency Band: 2.4GHz ISM Receive sensitivity: -99dBm@20MHz BW Interference recovery: < 1s
Air Unit:
Appearance: core board + video daughter board + structure of RF daughter board Among them, the video daughter board completes the input bridge function of theHDMI signal. The RF daughter board completes the function of transmitting and receiving signals M2 (E) connector connection between daughter board and core
Size: 78.5x30x13mm
Micro HDMI x 2: Input for external camera video signals
2 Pin interface x 1:5V-12V power input interface
3 Pin interface x 1:3.3V / 5V level UART interface
4 Pin interface x 1 : Two 3.3V level RC output connectors (S.bus in phase, S.bus inverting or PPM signal output, ground terminal control)
Micro USB x 1: for debugging upgrades, support OTG mode
Keyhole x 1: for frequency and status reset
Indicator x 2: used to indicate the frequency and picture status
MMCX antenna jack x 2: used for signal transmission and ground communication
Signal bandwidth: 20MHz / 10MHz
Power consumption: the average power consumption of the single-sided module is less than 4W Controller:
Housing: plastic Dimensions: 217 × 106.5 × 31mm (the whole machine does not contain external antenna and rocker)
Screen: 5.46 inch, 1080P, 16 million colors, capacitive touch screen
Audio: Built-in speaker × 1, built-in microphone × 2
Remote control: rocker × 2, scroll wheel × 1, bottom button × 6, with backlight, top button × 1 (right)
Communication : BT / WIFI / GPS 2.4G map transmission ground
Indicator light: Top tri-color lamp × 2 (left, right)
Interface: MicroUSB×1, TFlash×1 (supports maximum 64G expansion)
Antenna: Orientation (5dBi) × 1 detachable, omnidirectional (2dBi) × 1 detachable
Built-in wifi antenna, built-in GPS antenna, external GPS antenna interface
Power : Built-in 4950 mAh Lipo Battery
Charging : Support micro USB port 5v 2A current charging
Power consumption: The average power consumption does not exceed 4W (only picture
transmission work, medium screen brightness, WiFi off, GPS off)
For Herelink, there will be no hardware changes. Only Software updates. Thank you!
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Herelink 2.4GHz Long Range HD Video Transmission System x 1
2.4GHz Video Transmission System Here link Long Range HD
2.4GHz Video Transmission System Here link Long Range HD
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This product was added to our catalog on Friday 19 July, 2019.

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