The DJI AVL58 includes both Video Link Transmitter (TX) and Video Link Receiver (RX), working in the ISM frequency band of 5.8GHz (5645- 5945MHz). Analogue modulated video signals are sent wirelessly by the TX module to the RX module and then the video signal will be demodulated and sent to a display. There are 8 wireless channels can be selected when you are using AVL58. These channels are: CH1 – 5705MHZ, CH2 – 5685MHZ, CH3 – 5665MHZ, CH4 – 5645MHZ, CH5 – 5885MHZ, CH6 – 5905MHZ, CH7 – 5925MHZ and CH8 – 5945MHZ.
The characteristics of the AVL5 8 are: small size, low power consumption and high sensitivity. The AVL58 can be used in many applications requiring wireless video communication. When it’s used in the aero – modeling hobby, the Video Link Transmitter will be mounted to the aircraft and the Video Link Receiver is connected to a display screen, allowing video signal wireless transmission.
Video Link Transmitter (TX)
Analogue modulated video signals will be sent wirelessly by the TX module, working in the frequency band of 5.8GHz with 8 channels.
Video Link Receiver
The signal will be demodulated and sent to the display by the RX module, working in the frequency band of 5 8GHz with 8 channels.
Video Input Cable
Connect the TX to the video input source, with a port connecting to the battery for power supply.
Video Output Cable
Connect the RX module to a display screen, transmitting video signal to display on the screen.
Connect the battery to the RX module and the display screen through the power cable for power supply