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ミニムOSD v1.1の

ミニムOSD v1.1の

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重量:
20 g
SKU:
387000015
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これはミニのArduinoベースのオンスクリーンディスプレイボードです。これはArduPilotのメガとMAVlinkプロトコルで使用するために調整され、可能な限り小さくなるように設計されています。

これは、主な構成要素は、ArduinoのブートローダとATmega328P 8ビットマイクロコントローラ、およびMAX7456のモノクロオンスクリーン表示されます。プログラミングは、FTDI互換6ピンケーブルを介して行われます。

これは、OSDのアナログ段分離するために、2つの独立した電源とグランドのセクションを提供しています:ATMEGAとOSDのデジタルステージのための+ 5Vセクション、FTDIケーブルまたは他の+ 5Vの供給源を介して供給し; OSDのアナログ段用および規制+ 5Vセクション、/アウトヘッダーでビデオを介して供給し、+ 12V入力まで扱うことができます。


特徴:


ArduinoのブートローダでATmega328Pを•
•MAX7456のモノクロオンスクリーンディスプレイ
•FTDIケーブル互換性のあるピン配置
•標準6ピンISPヘッダ
それぞれのLEDインジケータ付き•2つの独立した電源セクション
•はんだ電源セクションを結合するジャンパー
最大+ 12V電源入力用•+ 5V 500mAのレギュレータ(5-12v範囲)
PALビデオオプションの•はんだジャンパー
•HSYNCとLOSのためのテストポイントを露出

仕様:
電圧:5-12v
寸法:50×18のx 10ミリメートル
重量4グラム

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*注:これはオリジナルのArduinoのブランドの製品ではありません。

  • 単位 387000015
  • Brand -
  • 容量(mAh ) -
  • 重量(g ) 20.00
  • 長さ 55.00
  • Width 20.00
  • 高さ 30.00
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Great OSD! Fully customizable and programmable. Great value for the price and quality. All fans of flying first person - I recommend.

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Great OSD! Fully customizable and programmable. Great value for the price and quality. All fans of flying first person - I recommend.

good OSD, great quality as always

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good OSD, great quality as always

Good quality.

Works immediately.

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Good quality.

Works immediately.

These things are amazing. Someone even figured out how to get FrSky telemetry on this.

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These things are amazing. Someone even figured out how to get FrSky telemetry on this.

OSD works a treat with APM 2.6. Update the firmware with a ftdi and you have a good osd.

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OSD works a treat with APM 2.6. Update the firmware with a ftdi and you have a good osd.

Cheap and powerful, these will connect to the Naze32, MultiWii, APM, and Pixhawk. Out of the three I've bought, one has succumbed to a voltage spike. This was most likely caused by a crash and not a defect in the product itself. In general, I'm very happy with these.

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Cheap and powerful, these will connect to the Naze32, MultiWii, APM, and Pixhawk. Out of the three I've bought, one has succumbed to a voltage spike. This was most likely caused by a crash and not a defect in the product itself. In general, I'm very happy with these.

bought this osd to go with my first MultiWii.

though not setup out the box to work with MW boards (set for APM & PIXHAWK standard) theres tons of simple info and advice available all over the place and as this OSD is long established there are many available firmwares to suit just about any FC out there, Took a noob like me half an hour to flash new firmware via a Ftdi adapter and configure the display before I was out and in the air with my new OSD working a treat. WORTHY OF NOTE(as not mentioned here).... The V1.1 and newer versions DO NOT suffer the same overheat failures that the earlier versions did so the 12v side of the board can now be happily fed with a 12v feed (as was intended)

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bought this osd to go with my first MultiWii.

though not setup out the box to work with MW boards (set for APM & PIXHAWK standard) theres tons of simple info and advice available all over the place and as this OSD is long established there are many available firmwares to suit just about any FC out there, Took a noob like me half an hour to flash new firmware via a Ftdi adapter and configure the display before I was out and in the air with my new OSD working a treat. WORTHY OF NOTE(as not mentioned here).... The V1.1 and newer versions DO NOT suffer the same overheat failures that the earlier versions did so the 12v side of the board can now be happily fed with a 12v feed (as was intended)

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Very nice Osd with an awesome price! You can have all the information from this little board but be careful if you are a newbie because it requires some skill! It's not plug and fly but once correclty setup it works like a charm. there are a lot of useful videos on how to program and install it.

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Very nice Osd with an awesome price! You can have all the information from this little board but be careful if you are a newbie because it requires some skill! It's not plug and fly but once correclty setup it works like a charm. there are a lot of useful videos on how to program and install it.

Two units was bought. MCU (not video chip) of the first one fried after two days of usage. After replacement of the dead MCU I have the same problem- inadequate temperature of the MCU. Nevertheless it still working after putting heat sink on the chip.
Second unit works perfectly except one thing: it is impossible to configure it through the serial link as the Tx channel of the OSD is dead. The quality of this product is really disappointing.

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Two units was bought. MCU (not video chip) of the first one fried after two days of usage. After replacement of the dead MCU I have the same problem- inadequate temperature of the MCU. Nevertheless it still working after putting heat sink on the chip.
Second unit works perfectly except one thing: it is impossible to configure it through the serial link as the Tx channel of the OSD is dead. The quality of this product is really disappointing.

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