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Thread: Duo5800 v3's in stock!

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    Duo5800 v3's in stock!

    That is pretty neat....

    Is there a holder that allows quick swap between eg 2400DUO and 5800DUO?

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    I'll have that too!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ImmersionRC View Post
    The GS-Link connector is used for a single-cable connection between an ImmersionRC Receiver, and a groundstation.
    The Uno5800, and Duo5800v3 share the same connector.

    Basically, it has a power feed, video and stereo audio outputs, and a data line for bidirectional control.
    The power pin has the same voltage range as that printed on the product panel.

    Pinout is as follows:
    Attachment 20487

    The Data link will be supported by our upcoming GroundStation, to allow control of the receiver from the GS, and also to retrieve things like RSSI data from the receiver.
    Thanks! Do you mind revealing what type of connector that is? I have been searching but so far haven't found it. It will be nice to use the GS-Link plug instead of AV and power to reduce the cable clutter in the ground station that I'm building :-).

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    The connector used is a standard 6-pin mini-din, as used on the Uno5800 as well.
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    Is everyone just using One lipo to power the receiver & goggles or are you guys powering them individually?
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    Quote Originally Posted by DesJardins View Post
    Is everyone just using One lipo to power the receiver & goggles or are you guys powering them individually?

    I usually use a 1300mah, or 2200mah 3s for both the vrx and goggles. I've got custom cables set up to go between my IRC VRX and FS Dominators, same with VRX to Japan dvr... This way I don't have large unsightly RCA cables hanging down mid-cable.
    I bought a handful of lipo alarms similar to this one:
    http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/s...dProduct=18987

    I plug one into my VRX/GOGGLE lipo and that gives me the peace of mind I need to fly without sweating the power levels.

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    Batteries? You don't need no stinking batteries for FPV, as David22 would tell you
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    the next generation immersion rc gear is going to be powered exclusively on hype alone!

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