The DALRC QOSD is a small circuit board that provides telemetry data and overlays it on to your FPV screen/goggles. It has a built in compass, barometer, gyroscope, and accelerometer. It will provide in-flight data including battery voltage, attitude angle (pitch and roll), speed, home direction, distance travelled and even an artifical horizon.
This is an excellent piece of kit and almost mandatory for FPV pilots who require real time in-flight data.
• Battery voltage (voltage warning, 2-6S automatic detect)
• Attitude angle (P: pitch angle R: Roll angle)
• Number of GPS satellites
• Home direction indicator
• Distance travelled
• Distance from home
• Remote RSSI signal strength (RSSI output requires Receiver support, not displayed by default)
• Center of the screen icon (supports three kinds of icons, or off))
• vertical speed
• Latitude and longitude (LON: longitude LAT: latitude E:East W:West S:South N:North)
• Flight time
• Maximum flight speed
• Maximum line distance
Size:36.7 x 19.6mm
Sensor:Compass, barometer, gyroscope, accelerometer
GPS baud rate support:NEMA0813 4800/9600/19200/38400/57600/115200
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It is small, very easy to use and it provides many information on screen. You can configure prety much everything. The image (texts) quality is good also. For some reason (and it is not just me), the GPS is not working at all. It blinks, searchng for satelites, but nothing happends. No satelites are found (15 minutes was not enought for it) and "No GPS!" blinking text all the time. I'll use it without GPS, but I am disapointed with this product. (To be more specific - with the piece I have got.) It is great, but the quality should be better. With higher price even...Really nice OSD, too bad i can't find GPS signal for some reason :/Overall happy with this....this my first time fitting a OSD to my fpv setup. Usually fly quads. But recently into long range fpv wings. Installed this into my GO discover linked this to a Emachine LT200 on the 700 Camera. I had trouble at start but discovered on a forum that Emachine and some Immersion TX only output 5.5vs and the Dalrc Requires at least 7-20vs So All I did was cancel the positive wire from the VTRX and ran a separate power through a small 2S battery and bingo it worked. Getting another one of these for my nighthawk pro that will work straight up as that has output of 12v. Its perhaps like many have said not most accurate system on market but its not most expensive either and it works well and quality is good and menu is easy enough to navigate throughThe OSD works well, is easy to use and to plug. The gps sensor fix the signal very quickly. It's not necessary
to connect it to a flight controller, simply it has to be connect connect between the FPV camera and the VTX.
You can program it and choose what to display on the screen, in fact there is a botton on the OSD that works in
the following way:
-short press: scroll throughthe menu.
-long press: select and change a parameterThis is very good. The GPS is quite accurate and the home function works find. The battery on display is also quite usefull even though the tension tends to hop up ad down basing on the throttle.
One important thing is that it doesn't have a gyro, I think it uses and accellerometer. This means that the artificial horizon is not very accurate and it tends to to go back to horizontal position even if the plane is still banking/pitching.
Anyway I think it's good value for the money.OMG this OSD!!!!! I bought it and installed it really quick and its phenominal. Ive been using it for the past few months and it always puts a smile on my face to look in my goggles and see a home arrow, voltage, rssi and tons of other cool stuff. its very sensitive and responsive to roll changes and stuff. i was going to get a cyclops but then I saw this! Awesome deal! Get it!Deutsche Anleitung wre schn!This is a good little all-in one OSD. Everything works great and is easy to set up. The direction to home does not seem to work on mine even with good GPS so I just turned it off so it isn't confusing. Better instructions for the software menus would be nice, but it is all pretty self-explanatory. Good value, but bummed the D-Home doesn't work right