This new V2 Telemetry radio set allows you to link to a flight controller such as our HKPilot Mega or Multiwii AIO to a USB or Uart equipped device such as a computer, laptop or tablet supporting a USB connection (OTG). The new V2 radios, no longer have a separate Air/Ground module, as both transceivers can use Uart or USB connections and supports both modes. The Radio set not only lets you see live data, such as live GPS position overlaid on a map, system voltage, heading, waypoint navigation even artificial horizon and so much more. Using open source MAVlink based ground station software, you can even fly your aircraft with a joystick via your computer and update settings live! Or just use it for your DIY projects that needs a wireless Serial interface. This kit offers a great low price, longer range and superior performance. The system utilizes the 915Mhz band and provides a full-duplex link using HopeRF's HM-TRP modules running custom, open source, firmware.
• Interchangeable air and ground modules
• Micro-USB port
• 6-position DF13 connector
• 100mW maximum output power (adjustable)
• -117dBm receive sensitivity
• Based on HopeRF’s HM-TRP module
• SMA connector
• 2-way full-duplex communication through adaptive TDM
• UART interface
• Transparent serial link
• MAVLink protocol framing
• Frequency Hopping Spread Spectrum (FHSS)
• Configurable duty cycle
• Error correction corrects up to 25% of bit errors
• Open-source SIK firmware
• Configurable through *Mission Planner and *APM Planner
Supply voltage: 3.7-6 VDC (from USB or DF13 connector)
Transmit current: 100 mA at 20 dBm
Receive current: 25 mA
Serial interface: 3.3 V UART
Size: 25.5x 53x11 mm (without antenna)
Weight: 11.5g (without antenna)
Two radio modules with antennas 915Mhz
Android OTG adapter cable
6-wire Pixhawk connector cable
6-to-5-position APM and PX4 connector cable
Frequency regulations vary by country, so consult your local airspace authority to find out which frequency is legal in your area.
*Note: The reference to APM refers to the ArduPilot project, a family of open source autopilots based on the Arduino open source computing platform, developed by 3DR and the open source community. It consists of a choice of ArduPilot Mega (APM) electronics and a range of free software versions for different vehicles and is governed by an open source creative commons license.
*Note: This is not an original Arduino brand product.
Very nice little radios, they do exactly what they're supposed to. I was a bit suspicious of the antennas and so I took one apart, it was for 2.4GHz. It's a functional antenna, but it's really inefficient. Do yourself a favor and buy a pair of the 915MHz micro whip antennas HobbyKing sells.Work as described. I still need to test range, but work as described and link quickly.Tested in autonomus flight ..... 600 meters with no glitch.. future test to come with more distanceworks very well in germany although not legal frequency there. nice case. It's up to you which unit you use as TX or RX. Both have double connectors, USB and Serial.Very easy to pair up. Either unit can be installed in aircraft on at the ground station. I haven't had any failures or disconnects. I am using these with a HK Pilot 32 flight controller.These work really well with my HKpilot 32. A must have for someone that has that FC. Was tested through mission plannerOverall, good product and works well, just a few quality issues. The plastic casing comes apart really easily, and on a minor crash, i had it come apart and I had to super glue it back together. Second point, the antenna used completely shattered on such a minor crash that I question the quality of the plastic used. Luckily its a standard antenna plug that you can just pick up another WIFI antenna from a local electronics shop. -1 star for quality issue. But definitely recommend for all APM/HKPilot users.Molto comodi, il doppio connettore aiuta ad avere maggiore controllo.