40CH FPV Goggles With HDMI In and PIP Function (SPX02 RPSMA ANT)

40CH FPV Goggles With HDMI In and PIP Function (SPX02 RPSMA ANT)

US$359.99
SKU: SF-40CHFPVGoggles

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40CH FPV Goggles With HDMI In and PIP Function (SPX02 RPSMA ANT)

Feature:
1. PIP FUNCTION: FPV goggles PIP function is available with a wide angle front camera.
2. HDMI IN FUNCTION: Support HDMI 1.3 digita in, maximum input of 1920*1080/60H.
3. RECEIVING MODULES:FPV video goggles Built-in 5.8GHz diversity receiving modules.
4. FREQUENCY BANDS : 5.8GHz 40CH.
5. ANTENNA: RP-SMA (goggles with inner pin, antenna with inner hole).

Product Description

Details

Unique PIP Function and Front-facing Camera
1) In any mode , tap the <CAM> button to enable the front-facing camera function. Then there will be a small screen showing the feed from the front camera.
2) You can select smaller or larger image size 200 x 150 or 320 x 240 pixels using the <manu> button.
3) You can switch the position of the secondary image using the <manu> button.
4) If you want to see only the views from the front-facing camera, tap the <cam> button again, and the small image will be zoomed to full screen.
5) If you want to be back to PIP status, tap the <cam> button again.

Functional Ports
PPM IN: Select the channel for binding your RC transmitter to the goggles and then you can assign positions for activating/deactivating PIP or the front facing camera.
DC IN: Wide DC in voltage range 7-28V (support 2S to 6S Li-Po Battery).
HDMI IN: The goggles will display a maximum input of 1920*1080/60Hz ;
Wireless receivers are automatically turned off in this mode to save power ;
Please note that you may experience a delay of up to 11 seconds before the function starts after selecting the HDMI mode;
Support HDMI 1.3 Digital In ; Support HDMI Audio in.
AV IN: Enjoy your external video and audio dignal by connecting through the AV IN port;
Wireless receivers are automatically turned off in this mode to save power ;
AV OUT : AV OUT is only working under DIV, RX1 and RX2 modes.
EAR OUT PORT: Output audio at DIV, RX1, RX2, AV IN, HDMI IN modes.

Specifications
Display
FOV 30 degrees (diagonal)
Luminance 350cd/ Square meters
Resolution 854x480(WVGA)
Interpupillary distance(IPD) 59.5—69.5mm(adjustable)
Wireless Receiver
Sensitivity -90dBm±1dBm
Channel 40Channels(5Band X 8channels)
Antenna Port 2 X SMA/RPSMA,50ohm
Diversity receiving Antenna diversity
TV System NTSC/PAL auto selecting
Video output level 1.0Vp-p Typ,75ohm
Audio output level 1.0Vp-p Typ,10Kohm
Interface
AV IN(Φ3.5,4p) Video,Stereo Audio input
HDMI IN(C Type) HDMI 1.3 Digital Input, HDMI Audio in
Support Resolution: 1920x1080p50, 1920x1080p60, 1920x1080i50, 1920x1080i60, 1280x720p50, 1280x720p60, 720x576p50, 720x576i50, 720x480p60, 720x480i60
DIV AV Diversity receiving, Video,Audio output
EAR OUT(Φ3.5,3p) Stereo 16Ω/150mW
PPM IN(Φ3.5,3p) Support 5-8 channel PPM IN
Front Camera
FOV 100 degrees (Diagonal)
Resolution 640X480(VGA)
Power Supply
DC In 7~28V/2A
Consumption 6.8W/12V
Color black
Dimentions 169x70x42mm(not include prominent part)
Net Weight 160g
Working Temperature -10℃~+65℃

External Battery (MBP01) to Power the Goggles
1) Connect the battery to the goggles using the cable.
2) Turn on the battery: Short press the power button once, and 0.5 second later long press it again, you will see all the blue lights on one by one. The same way to turn off the battery : short press the power button once and 0.5 second later long press it again, you will see all the blue lights off one by one.
3) When you turn on the battery and connect it to your goggles , you goggles will be powered on.

Additional Information

Additional Information

Name 40CH FPV Goggles With HDMI In and PIP Function (SPX02 RPSMA ANT)
Free Shipping No
UPC 717760744272
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