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HKPilot 500mW Transceiver Télémétrie Radio Set V2 (433Mhz)

HKPilot 500mW Transceiver Télémétrie Radio Set V2 (433Mhz)

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Emballage 500mW de puissance de sortie de cette V2 433Mhz Télémétrie Radio Set vous permet de relier à un contrôleur de vol, comme notre Mega HKPilot ou MultiWii AIO à un périphérique USB ou UART équipé comme un ordinateur, un ordinateur portable ou une tablette supportant une connexion USB (OTG). Les nouvelles radios V2, ne sont plus un module Air / Sol séparé, que les deux émetteurs-récepteurs peuvent utiliser UART ou les connexions USB et prend en charge les deux modes. La radio définie non seulement vous permet de voir les données en direct, telles que la position en direct GPS superposée sur une carte, la tension du système, le cap, la navigation waypoint même horizon artificiel et bien plus encore. Utilisation de l'open source MAVlink logiciel de station au sol sur la base, vous pouvez même piloter votre avion avec un joystick via votre ordinateur et mettre à jour les paramètres en direct! Ou tout simplement l'utiliser pour vos projets de bricolage qui a besoin d'une interface série sans fil. Ce kit offre un prix bas, une plus longue portée et des performances supérieures. Le système utilise la bande 433MHz et fournit un lien full-duplex en utilisant les modules HM-TRP de HopeRF en cours d'exécution personnalisées, open source, firmware.

Caractéristiques:
• modules 433MHz d'air interchangeable et au sol
• Port Micro-USB
• 6 positions connecteur Molex
• 500 mW de puissance de sortie maximale (réglable)
• -117 dBm sensibilité de réception
• Connecteur SMA
• communication 2 voies full-duplex par TDM adaptative
• Interface UART
• liaison série Transparent
• MAVLink protocole cadrage
• Frequency Hopping Spread Spectrum (FHSS)
• cyclique Configurable
• La correction d'erreur corrige jusqu'à 25% d'erreurs de bit
• Open-source SIK firmware
• Configurable par Planner * Mission et * APM Planner

Spécifications:
Tension d'alimentation: 3.7-6 VDC (de connecteur USB ou Molex)
Transmettre courant: 500 mA à 27 dBm
Recevoir courant: 25 mA
Interface série: 3,3 V UART

Compris
Deux modules radio avec des antennes
câble Micro-USB
câble adaptateur OTG Android
câble connecteur Pixhawk 6 fils
-6 à 5 positions de câble connecteur APM et PX4
Auto-adhésif timbre

les règlements de fréquence varient selon les pays, consultez votre autorité de l'espace aérien local pour savoir quelle fréquence est légal dans votre région.

Remarque: La référence à l' APM se réfère au projet ArduPilot, une famille de autopilotes open source basé sur l'open source Arduino plate - forme informatique, développée par 3DR et la communauté open source. Il se compose d'un choix de ArduPilot Mega (APM) électronique et une gamme de versions de logiciels libres pour différents véhicules et est régie par un open source licence creative commons.

Note: Ceci est pas un produit original de marque Arduino.

  • UGS 387000077-0
  • Brand HKPilot
  • Capacité ( mAh ) -
  • Poids 125.0000
  • Longueur 110.00
  • Largeur 45.00
  • la taille 80.00
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This item is very badly designed, it will make a lot of perturbations especially on the video transmitter and the OSD. This happens even if you put ferrites and use a separate power supply for this module.
Also it drains too much current to be used as is on a Smartphone.

It is possible to decrease the input power in the settings but even at a power lower than 100mW it will still perturbates the OSD and the video emitter.

Avoid this device, with the 433MHz antenna from immersion RC and a dipole antenna on the ground you will reach >7km range with the 100mW version from 3DR without perturbating your other transmissions.

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This item is very badly designed, it will make a lot of perturbations especially on the video transmitter and the OSD. This happens even if you put ferrites and use a separate power supply for this module.
Also it drains too much current to be used as is on a Smartphone.

It is possible to decrease the input power in the settings but even at a power lower than 100mW it will still perturbates the OSD and the video emitter.

Avoid this device, with the 433MHz antenna from immersion RC and a dipole antenna on the ground you will reach >7km range with the 100mW version from 3DR without perturbating your other transmissions.

I'm getting 3km range with these radios with stock antenna on air radio and dipole on ground station! really great radios at a fantastic price!!

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I'm getting 3km range with these radios with stock antenna on air radio and dipole on ground station! really great radios at a fantastic price!!

First set worked for 2 days (ground testing), then one unit stopped working. HK replaced it swiftly. Second unit is working so far, but I suspect they draw too much power for all my android devices, and as a result, dont work on android. Ive had it working once for a short while, but more typically they dont even power up on the OTG cable and if they do, sometimes my phone/tablet will instantly shut off. Tried many OTG cables, 3 different android tablets/phones. I worked around it by connecting a bluetooth module to the radio, and powering those separately, then connect via bluetooth. Setting the tx power in Mission Planner doesnt seem to work. Build quality is mediocre, the case isnt even held together with screws and comes apart too easily. Cutouts for the connectors are a bit small, and connectors can fall out. Nothing you cant solve with some hot glue and tape though. Range not tested so far, but probably excellent based on ground testing results. Oh, and beware, servo's dont like these radio's, you have to keep this unit well clear from servo wires or they will go beserk.

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First set worked for 2 days (ground testing), then one unit stopped working. HK replaced it swiftly. Second unit is working so far, but I suspect they draw too much power for all my android devices, and as a result, dont work on android. Ive had it working once for a short while, but more typically they dont even power up on the OTG cable and if they do, sometimes my phone/tablet will instantly shut off. Tried many OTG cables, 3 different android tablets/phones. I worked around it by connecting a bluetooth module to the radio, and powering those separately, then connect via bluetooth. Setting the tx power in Mission Planner doesnt seem to work. Build quality is mediocre, the case isnt even held together with screws and comes apart too easily. Cutouts for the connectors are a bit small, and connectors can fall out. Nothing you cant solve with some hot glue and tape though. Range not tested so far, but probably excellent based on ground testing results. Oh, and beware, servo's dont like these radio's, you have to keep this unit well clear from servo wires or they will go beserk.

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