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The Transmitter for CONNEX from Amimon features the Air Unit component of the wireless video downlink. Whereas traditional 5.8G analog systems limit you to SD resolution, with the CONNEX you will be able to view a live, near-zero-latency feed from a UAV-mounted camera at up to 1080p60 resolution. Suitable for monitoring, FPV, and gimbal operation, the system features a range of up to 3300' line-of-sight (depending on conditions). It incorporates an S.BUS relay so that gimbal controls for S.BUS-compatible gimbals can be relayed to back to the aircraft (gimbal remote available separately), and it can display OSD data from MAVLINK telemetry modules (telemetry system available separately). The video transmission is encrypted to help prevent eavesdropping. The transmitter can link to up to four receivers (available separately), in order to, for example, allow the pilot and camera operator to each have their own monitor or FPV goggles.
Note: Transmitter (Air Unit) only. Receiver (Ground Unit), connecting cables, and antennas available separately.
Full HD Resolution
Unlike analog systems, which limit you to SD resolution, the digital CONNEX system provides support for up to 1080p60
Virtually no Latency
Featuring less than 1 ms of latency, the CONNEX does not buffer or hold your video, so you can see and control what's happening live. Use CONNEX video to help you fly, aim the camera, or operate the gimbal
5.8G ISM Band Operation
CONNEX uses the 5.1 to 5.8 GHz frequency range to avoid interfering with aircraft control systems, which are usually 2.4 GHz. Automatic Frequency Selection (AFS) will choose the best available channel to be used, and it will move seamlessly to an alternative channel on-the-fly if needed
CONNEX is able to relay the control signal for an S.BUS-based gimbal mounted on the UAV. Using Futaba S.BUS from the remote control, you can use CONNEX to simultaneously get video from the drone and control the gimbal on it
OSD (On-Screen Display) Overlay
CONNEX On-Screen-Display (OSD) is a great way to see your flight status. The OSD shows both information about your wireless link status and MAVLINK-based telemetry from your UAV flight controller
Note: MAVLINK telemetry system required to supply OSD data (available separately)
CONNEX employs AES128 for the video encryption and RSA1024 for key exchange to help ensure no one unauthorized is able to intercept your video feed