Strong signal and less noise is always a demand for long and short range FPV. Quanum has already developed the 6 antenna Overlord, now get ready for the little brother, the Half Overlord. With 3 AOMWAY patch antennas giving you all the coverage you need for FPV racing with 210 degrees of beam width. In diversity mode, the receiver module selects antennas which will be used based on the sophisticated algorithm using video signal recognition, RSSI and other factors automatically choosing the strongest signal no matter the conditions to achieve the best clarity.
With 40 channels including race-band, this will make sure you have the variety of channels you need to fly with others without interference. FPV flying with the support of the Quanum Half Overlord 5.8GHz diversity receiver has you covered.
When FPV flying you always need to follow the local rules and regulations in the area where you fly and make sure you fly and keep others safe.
• 3 x AOMWAY 5.8GHz 14dBi ANT005B antenna enabling 210-degree beam width, excellent for FPV racing.
• 40 channels including Race-band
• Adjustable up and down angle for each individual patch
• Spectrum analyzer mode with diversity
• Large OLED dual color display (128x64 pixels)
• AV1,AV2 output
• Provision for mounting on tripod
• Low voltage buzzer alert
• Convenient protective carry case
Operating frequency: 5.705~5.945 GHz
Sensitivity: Better than -96dBm
Video format supported: NTSC/PAL
Number of independent receivers: 3
Number of antenna inputs: 3
Display: 128 x 64 OLED (dual color)
Control: 5 navigation buttons
Supply voltage: 6~18V, 1.3 x 3.5mm DC jack
Power consumption: 225mA at 12v
Operating temperature: 0~40c
Recommended battery: 3S 2200mAh LiPoly (4-5hrs operation)
Size: 200 x 138 x 88mm
1 x Quanum half Overlord Diversity Reciever
3 X Aomway 14dBi patch antennas
1 x AV cable
1 x Power cable with JST connector
1 x manual
After some initial misgivings, the Quanum Half Overlord has turned out to be a "must have" item especially when flying around obstacles. The diversity works flawlessly and it's easy to set up and operate. Now I'm going to look for a way to mount this to my Quanum Cyclops V2It's nice but the antennas are rather large if you're wanting to add it to your Quanum Cyclops and it only scans. No manual tuning. Mine appears to be off quite a bit. My Quanums picked up my VTX which was set to 57.40 and the HOL only would go to 57.32 although I did get an image. I just hope it doesn't lose signal.It's nice but the antennas are rather large if you're wanting to add it to your Quanum Cyclops and it only scans. No manual tuning. Mine appears to be off quite a bit. My Quanums picked up my VTX which was set to 57.40 and the HOL only would go to 57.32 although I did get an image. I just hope it doesn't lose signal.