DJI 5.8GHz Video Receiver RX

DJI 5.8GHz Video Receiver RX

DJI 5.8GHz Video Receiver RX

B&H # DJVRM58 MFR # CP.AL.000003
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Product Highlights

  • Designed for Wireless Video Reception
  • Works with DJI Phantom & OSD Module
  • Uses ISM Frequency Band of 5.8GHz
  • Supports Eight Wireless Channels
  • Works with Optional Cloverleaf Antenna
  • Up to 3937' Wireless Line of Sight Range
  • Receives Analog Video Output to Display
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The DJI 5.8GHz Video Receiver RX works with the optional transmitter to send and receive analog video to an on-screen display module. It's compatible with the DJI Phantom quadcopter and it works with the DJI OSD module to receive a video link of your aerial footage to a display. The receiver uses the ISM frequency band of 5.8GHz and it supports a wireless line of sight range up to 3937' (1200 m). The receiver supports eight wireless channels as well.

The receiver works in the ISM frequency band of 5.8GHz (5725 - 5865MHz)
Works with the DJI OSD module for professional aerial photography and video
Analog modulated video signals are received wirelessly by the receiver
After signal reaches receiver, the video is demodulated and sent to a display
Receiver supports eight wireless channels
Works with optional cloverleaf antenna
UPC: 847628579231
In the Box
DJI 5.8GHz Video Receiver RX
  • Video Link RX
  • Video Output Cable
  • Power Cable
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
  • Table of Contents
    • 1Description
    Wireless Range 3937' (1200 m) outdoor/RF line-of-sight range
    Receiver Sensitivity -90 dBm ± 2 dBm
    Frequency Band CH1: 5705 MHz
    CH2: 5685 MHz
    CH3: 5665 MHz
    CH4: 5645 MHz
    CH5: 5885 MHz
    CH6: 5905 MHz
    CH7: 5925 MHz
    CH8: 5945 MHz
    Functionality 5.8 GHz broadband FM video reception synchronously
    Analog video output to display
    8 x receiving channels
    Current 160 mA ± 10 mA at 6 V
    125 mA ± 10 mA at 8 V
    103 mA ± 10 mA at 10 V
    90 mA ± 10 mA at 12 V
    Antenna Type SMA (optional)
    Supply Voltage 3 - 6 S
    Operating Temperature -4 to 158°F (-20 to 70°C)
    Dimensions 2.19 x 1.89 x 0.67" (55.5 x 48 x 17 mm)
    Weight 1.75 oz (49.5 g)
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    Package Weight 0.2 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 4.6 x 3.6 x 2.0"
    5.8GHz Video Receiver RX is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works As Offered Inst Skill Level 2+ The item out of the box works rather well in testing and installing it into a Phantom is really not all that tough. While it does come with a GoPro cord that is a 3.5mm adaptor, so if you have a GroPro Hero with a USB output the connector will not work. But don't chuck that cord, as it has the pin connector to the vTX , and yes that cable once spliced and diced on the transmitter side has red as negative and black as hot. However, like anything over DJI level one (plug and play) this combination requires the installer to power it up as provided and note the little things, like red and black being reversed on the mini-plug to the transmitter, the pre-chop note taking before modifying the cable is quite important. While normally in DC power, red is considered positive and black considered negative, when dealing with pin plug headers there are no real color codes and assuming a color means anything without confirming such is asking for a failure. As for the GP 3 USB you can buy from B&H a USB video output cord or if you're really handy with a soldering station and have good vision you can roll your own. For mounting the transmitter to the Phantom 3M highbond double sided tape solves that problem. The range of the link depends on the noise floor of the area you are in, my tests in downtown Fort Lauderdale have shown this link, is at best 300 feet clear and then beyond that unusable. Out in the east Everglades with a much lower noise floor I could run out to 1200 feet low to the ground without a problem, may have gone further, but losing LOS I brought it back. Bottom line it works and works well and is worth the money.
    Date published: 2014-02-04
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