Dual Diversity DIY RX5808 5.8G 40CH diversity FPV receiver with OLED display for FPV Racer Quad features two built-in receivers and this will give the user an additional level of protection and allows for combining antennas that can be used to suit the given application such as directional and omnidirectional, allowing for great signal reception rather you are flying near and around yourself or be going for long range and need that directional antenna to get you there.
The two modules work together and do not need any special adjustments to be completed by the user, simply put they just work together.
In conclusion, this package is designed to give the user an affordable alternative to a clear view of their FPV feed. Small enough to travel with and large enough for good antenna separation this package will give you the sight you need while you’re up in the air.
The Openpilot RX5808 Pro Diversity receiver is a handy way of creating the ultimate ground station for your Fat Shark Dominator goggles.
This incredible, powerful hardware is the fully open source, allowing you to customize them to operate however you want, and show the information you need on the installed OLED screen.
The standard Fat Shark modules all limit to just one antenna. For maximum FPV range, especially under 25mw race conditions, you need diversity in order to get the clearest possible picture. These modules allow you to add diversity to your existing setup, vastly improving your possible range.
This Pro version of the Openpilot RX5808 Pro Diversity receiver includes the OLED screen which comes pre-installed.
- Frequency Control: Build in PLL frequency
- AV Output: Direct output analog audio and video signals
- Auto Search Signal
- Auto seamless switching signal between 2 receivers
- Suitable for High-Speed Racing Quad
- Suitable for HD Aerial Photography
- Suggest using a clover antenna and a panel connector for long and short distance.
Package Includes :
1 x Receiver Module
1 x Dupont Cable
A 1*13 Burg connector pin(Right angle)
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