The Dragon OSD+ v2 is the newest analog OSD from DragonLabs.
It provides a light and low cost board, but high quality display and a very long list of features. Knowledge is required to assemble and use the OSD.
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The Dragon OSD is a result of years of research and development offering the user the best of all the OSD in one single unit.
It was designed based on public opinions, giving the Dragon OSD a fully loaded and customizable OSD interface.
Even with all the features and customizations, the Dragon OSD is a very user-friendly device to any user.
The documentation on the website is meant as a quick reference only.
OSD Display Features:
Voltage: 2 ports
Current: 1 port
GPS: Altitude, Ground speed, Coordinates, Satellites, Track heading, Home heading, LOS Distance, Distance to home
Barometer: Altitude, Temperature
Variometer: Airspeed, Vertical speed indicator
Compass: Magnetic heading and GPS
IMU: Artificial horizon
Others: Elapsed time, Callsign, RSSI, Flight summary, Various display modes, Remote OSD off, Configurable border area
Configuration: On screen menu, Configure via stick input, Configure via PC, Customizable screen layout
Warnings: Range, Altitude, Stall speed, Voltage, mAh, Audio notification, Lost signal, RSSI level
Integration: Single servo wire link from the DragonLink for multi-channel auto-pilot
Logging: Google Earth Logging
Autopilot: RTH (Return to home), IMU fly-by-wire
Way points: 20 GPS way points configurable on the PC
Hardware: PAL/NTSC auto-detect, GPS auto-detect, UART interfaces, I2C extension bus (various devices supported)
|MISSION EDITOR SOFTWARE||CONFIGURING AND CUSTOMIZING YOUR DRAGON OSD|
4 servo control channels instead of 2
Buffered RSSI input (simplifies interfacing with various receivers which do not have dedicated RSSI output lines)
Buffered PPM input (likewise)
Improved contrast control. The new boards have dedicated video handling circuitry which should make text whiter and blacks blacker, all without compromising on readability.
Additional spare input/output pin (unused, for future expansion/improvements)
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This product was added to our catalog on Tuesday 26 October, 2010.
For more information, please visit this product's webpage.