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Super Simple Mini OSD System for FPV

Super Simple Mini OSD System for FPV

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Super Simple Mini OSD 

Easy to install and configure the Super Simple Mini OSD connects directly between your cameras video out and the transmitters video in. Two Super Simple Mini OSD units can be used together to display voltage for up to four individual Lipoly batteries.

Features:
Voltmeter & Stopwatch
Double Voltage Input (Up to 4 voltage inputs, requires 2 x Mini OSD units)
Programmable Display Content
Supports NTSC & PAL

Specifications:
Weight: 4g
Dimensions: 51 x 18 x 8mm
Working Voltage: 5~26v

  • SKU 154000002
  • Brand HobbyKing
  • Capacity (mAh) -
  • Shipping Weight(g) 15.00
  • Length 50.00
  • Width 25.00
  • Height 40.00
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Worked fine once I'd found out on forums how to wire it in. Very simple. You can change the position of the OSD info by pressing the mode button. battery state, countdown and battery 2. BUT it doesn't remember the setting. On my display the camera I'm using puts camera battery state and other info along the top of the screen, right where the default position is, so, I can't read it. No good putting it in the fusilage of my quad as I can't get to the mode button. So when I power up I'll have to pull the board out and press the mode button. Only thing I can do is mount it outside. Incidentally, if you do connect a battery two, and later remove it, it will remember that and display the old voltage forever!

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Worked fine once I'd found out on forums how to wire it in. Very simple. You can change the position of the OSD info by pressing the mode button. battery state, countdown and battery 2. BUT it doesn't remember the setting. On my display the camera I'm using puts camera battery state and other info along the top of the screen, right where the default position is, so, I can't read it. No good putting it in the fusilage of my quad as I can't get to the mode button. So when I power up I'll have to pull the board out and press the mode button. Only thing I can do is mount it outside. Incidentally, if you do connect a battery two, and later remove it, it will remember that and display the old voltage forever!

Worked fine once I'd found out on forums how to wire it in. Very simple. You can change the position of the OSD info by pressing the mode button. battery state, countdown and battery 2. BUT it doesn't remember the setting. On my display the camera I'm using puts camera battery state and other info along the top of the screen, right where the default position is, so, I can't read it. No good putting it in the fusilage of my quad as I can't get to the mode button. So when I power up I'll have to pull the board out and press the mode button. Only thing I can do is mount it outside. Incidentally, if you do connect a battery two, and later remove it, it will remember that and display the old voltage forever!

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Worked fine once I'd found out on forums how to wire it in. Very simple. You can change the position of the OSD info by pressing the mode button. battery state, countdown and battery 2. BUT it doesn't remember the setting. On my display the camera I'm using puts camera battery state and other info along the top of the screen, right where the default position is, so, I can't read it. No good putting it in the fusilage of my quad as I can't get to the mode button. So when I power up I'll have to pull the board out and press the mode button. Only thing I can do is mount it outside. Incidentally, if you do connect a battery two, and later remove it, it will remember that and display the old voltage forever!

Worked fine once I'd found out on forums how to wire it in. Very simple. You can change the position of the OSD info by pressing the mode button. battery state, countdown and battery 2. BUT it doesn't remember the setting. On my display the camera I'm using puts camera battery state and other info along the top of the screen, right where the default position is, so, I can't read it. No good putting it in the fusilage of my quad as I can't get to the mode button. So when I power up I'll have to pull the board out and press the mode button. Only thing I can do is mount it outside. Incidentally, if you do connect a battery two, and later remove it, it will remember that and display the old voltage forever!

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Worked fine once I'd found out on forums how to wire it in. Very simple. You can change the position of the OSD info by pressing the mode button. battery state, countdown and battery 2. BUT it doesn't remember the setting. On my display the camera I'm using puts camera battery state and other info along the top of the screen, right where the default position is, so, I can't read it. No good putting it in the fusilage of my quad as I can't get to the mode button. So when I power up I'll have to pull the board out and press the mode button. Only thing I can do is mount it outside. Incidentally, if you do connect a battery two, and later remove it, it will remember that and display the old voltage forever!

The good: Super small, easy to use, very light and you can choose the position of displayed information. The BAD: I bought two of these. First one works fine, but instead of 12.4V (my fully charged 3S pack) it shows 11.5V! 0.9V difference! I thought, that this is a very poor precision... Barely usable. Was I right? I was so wrong! :-( The second one measured 0.1V on battery 2 connector, where NOTHING was connected and 4.2V (!) on the battery 1 connector, where the fully charged 3S battery was connected. Not mention those weird strips instead of information. Sometimes good and clean OSD, sometimes completely unreadable... What a quality product! :-(

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The good: Super small, easy to use, very light and you can choose the position of displayed information. The BAD: I bought two of these. First one works fine, but instead of 12.4V (my fully charged 3S pack) it shows 11.5V! 0.9V difference! I thought, that this is a very poor precision... Barely usable. Was I right? I was so wrong! :-( The second one measured 0.1V on battery 2 connector, where NOTHING was connected and 4.2V (!) on the battery 1 connector, where the fully charged 3S battery was connected. Not mention those weird strips instead of information. Sometimes good and clean OSD, sometimes completely unreadable... What a quality product! :-(

bought this for a friend who is using fatshark teleporter v5 cant confirm it works or not but he is a genius he for sure will figure this out on his own

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bought this for a friend who is using fatshark teleporter v5 cant confirm it works or not but he is a genius he for sure will figure this out on his own

For the remarkable low price this is a great OSD system, especially for beginners.

Why land every minute to check your battery voltage, when you can have the numbers you need in your video googles? (or on a monitor)

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For the remarkable low price this is a great OSD system, especially for beginners.

Why land every minute to check your battery voltage, when you can have the numbers you need in your video googles? (or on a monitor)

deja 3 de command,cette osd se limite au minimum : temps de vol,tension de batterie 1 et tension de batterie 2.mais c'est bien suffisant pour par exemple le fpv race.il y a un petit bouton dessus pour reinitialiser le timer.vraiment bien pour le prix ;)

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deja 3 de command,cette osd se limite au minimum : temps de vol,tension de batterie 1 et tension de batterie 2.mais c'est bien suffisant pour par exemple le fpv race.il y a un petit bouton dessus pour reinitialiser le timer.vraiment bien pour le prix ;)

Ok voltage is off but its cheap

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Ok voltage is off but its cheap

Works Great ans easy to setup. Wish all the pins were on the same side would make a cleaner install.

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Works Great ans easy to setup. Wish all the pins were on the same side would make a cleaner install.

Very cheap, simple and easy-to-install module!It does not degrade the image quality. I liked the huge amount of display options.

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Very cheap, simple and easy-to-install module!It does not degrade the image quality. I liked the huge amount of display options.

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