FPV Monocular Video Goggles Set LCOS Display for FPV AerialPhoto


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FPV Monocular Video Goggles Set LCOS Display for FPV Aerial Photography 

Function added:


- Brightness adjustable, Contrast function to suit different environment
- Angle adjustment between monocular and glasses, users could adjust by oneself.

Specifications:

- Screen size: diagonal 0.44 inch
- Adopts LCOS(Liquid Crystal on Silicon) DISPLAY.
- Color: Full color R,G,B,Vertical Stripe
- Pixel: VGA(640H×480V)×RGB
- Virtual image size: 2m away diagonal 48inch screen
- Display scale: 4:3 or 16:9
- Video input: AV or VGA interface, C-Video(NTSC/PAL auto identify and switch
- Power input: single channel 3.3~5V DC, current<220mA, Could charge LP1100 lipo battery
- Contrast: 100:1
- FOV: 32 degree
- Exit relief: 20mm
- Exit pupil: 10mm
- Grey:>256
- Power consumption: 60mW
- Storage temperature: -20°C to 80°C; humidity: <95%, no condensing
- Working temperature: -10°C to 60°C; humidity: <90%,no condensing
- Humidity range: 40°C,80% 240 hours
- Impact: concrete ground, 3inch high fall
- Vibration: 20 Hz - 2000 Hz, Max. 6G acceleration, 3-axis
- J3 definition: AV terminal(RCA-Yellow)
- Life: 80000 hours

Package Included:

- CNC monocular FPV 1 set
- Power supply box 1pc (CNC, battery is not included)
- Signal connection cable
- AV input cable
- Sport glasses
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This product was added to our catalog on Tuesday 14 May, 2013.

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