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QuadRevo PowerOSD PRO2 v2.1

 

$28.00

 

Simple basic plug and play OSD.

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Product Description

 

QuadRevo PowerOSD PRO2

The Mini Power Distribution Board with built-in SMART OSD functionality. Completely developed in the U.S and backed by QuadRevo support. Every unit gets tested in the U.S prior to packaging and shipment to you.

The PowerOSD2 is designed to be completely plug and play. No hooking up to the computer or downloading firmwares or learning yet another piece of software to use.

 

Features:

·         Power distribution board with built in OSD

·         150A current capacity

·         Onboard 5V regulator output to supply the flight controller

·         Onboard 10V* regulator for the video transmitter and FPV camera

·         Active on board power filtering

·         Flight timer display

·         Primary battery on screen voltage display (Volts)

·         Two stage low battery on screen alarm alerting you to land

·         System current draw on screen display (Amps)

·         System battery consumption meter (mAH used)

·         Radio reception meter (RSSI) on screen display

·         Selectable PAL / NTSC modes

Quadrevo PowerOSD V2.1 Quadrevo PowerOSD V2.1

 

*10V can be used to power cameras labeled as 12V.

Technical specifications:
• 3S- 5S battery compatibility
• 150A max current
• 36mm x 36mm size with standard mount pattern
• 5g weight

Includes
  • QuadRevo PowerOSD v2.1
  • 2 – 3×1 right angle pin headers

 

·         Onboard 5V regulator output to supply the flight controller

QuadRevo PowerOSD PRO Manual

 

1 review for QuadRevo PowerOSD PRO2 v2.1

  1. PK Steffen
    5 out of 5

    Super easy and super robust way to clean up your build, provide power and give you a clean OSD. I have taken it apart and reconfigured twice and it still is working as well as day one. That says a lot about the quality of this piece of kit. It gives me the info I need onscreen and nothing more and there is no set up except to solder it. It just works.

    One bit of advice – definitely hard wire like Mike suggests. It is at the bottom of the stack on my quad. Repeated hard crashes loosened connections at the header pin. It was a pain to go back down there to fix. I went back and hard wired and have never looked back.

     
    • Author
      FlightClub
      0 out of 5

      yes! hardwire is the way to go. the tiny wires are tricky to solder but well worth it. thanks PK!

       

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