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Quanum Mobius ActionCam FPV Docking Station with 600mW 5.8GHz Video Transmitter / Built in OSD Port

Quanum Mobius ActionCam FPV Docking Station with 600mW 5.8GHz Video Transmitt...


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Looking for an all in one FPV solution for your Mobius ActionCam? The Quanum design team have been busy
combining all the needs of budding FPV pilots to bring you the ultimate Mobius docking station.


The Mobius ActionCam video camera has proven to be one of the most popular action cameras on the market today. It's compact size, excellent video quality and affordable price have made it a stand out product in the field of aerial photography.


The Quanum Mobius docking station takes the ActionCam to a new level and makes it even more versatile than ever before with its built-in 600mW 5.8Ghz 40 channel video transmitter and built-in OSD port. The Mobius simply slides into the docking station and locates onto the mini USB connector on the end of the Mobius and then firmly clips into the docking station at the front of the Mobius camera housing.


The docking station will accept a wide range of voltages 2~4s, from the built in JST female connector for easy connection of the supply/charging voltage.


The 5.8GHz 40ch 600mW transmitter is compatible with Fatshark, Skyzone and other receivers that operate on the 5.8GHz channels listed below. The docking station is supplied with an antenna that has an SMA connector, a Mobius connecting lead and a separate transmitter connector lead.


• Built-in BEC to power and charge the Mobius
• Built-in OSD Port 
• Neat one piece installation of camera and transmitter
• Fatshark and Skyzone compatible
• Wide range of input voltages (2~4s)
• 40 channels
• 600mW RF power output
• Not affected by 2.4GHz radios
• Strap mounting slots for quick and easy installation


Transmitting Frequency: 5.6~5.9GHz (40ch)
Modulation: Wideband frequency modulation
Operating Voltage: 7~14.8V (2~4s)
Supply Current: 260mA ±10mA
Video Input Level: 1V ±0.2Vp-p/75 ohms
Audio Input Level: 0.5~2.0Vp-p/10K ohms
TV System: PAL/NTSC/Secam (auto)
RF Output Power: 600mW (27dBm)
Antenna Connector: SMA
Weight (Docking Station Only): 33g
Weight (with Mobius): 79g
Dimensions: 88.8 x 38.5 x 25.4mm (exc antenna)
Operating Temperature: -10~+85°C


Mobius ActionCam Docking Station
Antenna with SMA connector
Mobius Wiring Harness
Spare Video Lead


Group A: 5740/5760/5780/5800/5820/5840/5860/5880MHz
Group B: 5705/5685/5665/5645/5885/5905/5925/5945MHz
Group C: 5865/5845/5825/5805/5785/5765/5745/5725MHz
Group D: 5658/5695/5732/5769/5806/5843/5880/5917Mhz
Group E: 5733/5752/5771/5790/5809/5828/5847/5866MHz


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Does anyone have a diagram of how to wire an OSD to the ports on this docking station please?
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I bought this item because of the Built-in OSD Port. But unfortunately there is no information in the manual how to connect this docking station with an OSD system. I´m trying to connect it with the DALRC OSD GPS system (also bought at HK). There are only two pins (video out, OSD in) available. No ground or other cables. Can somebody help me?
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