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Can I receive Fpv video from DJI's AVL58 to another reciever

Discussion in 'Phantom 2 Discussion' started by Baby_Shamu, Feb 12, 2014.

  1. Baby_Shamu

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    Interested in setting up my phantom 2 FPV so that I can use the DJI's AVL58 Transmitter on the quad and in all-in-one FPV display in order to get away from all the cables and batteries connected to my controller.
    Any suggestions?
     
  2. goldfishrock

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    Re: Can I receive Fpv video from DJI's AVL58 to another reci

    If you are going for the AVL58 you need to ensure that the receiver is capable of those frequencies. It's always worth double checking. The frequencies you want are:

    CH1: 5705MHz CH5: 5885MHz
    CH2: 5685MHz CH6: 5905MHz
    CH3: 5665MHz CH7: 5925MHz
    CH4: 5645MHz CH8: 5945MHz

    Personally I use a Black Pearl Diversity Monitor which seems a popular choice among many FPV users on here. It's capable of receiving on all 32 channels that have been allocated to the 5.8Ghz band so you can use it with any FPV vTX out there. There are other options such as Lilliput and Boscam. Flick through the messages on here as it's a well discussed topic and you'll find lots of advice.
     
  3. Baby_Shamu

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    Re: Can I receive Fpv video from DJI's AVL58 to another reci

    Are these all in one displays?
     
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    Re: Can I receive Fpv video from DJI's AVL58 to another reci

    Yes, Receiver, battery, monitor.... just turn it on and tune it in.


    If it's only eight channels it'll only work with certain vTX. The Fatshark / ImmersionRC vTX use different frequencies to the AVL58. If you only have an 8 channel receiver are limited to which vTX you use. I wouldn't get too hung up on brighness, using a shade deals with most situations. :geek: