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Boscam GS920 640x480 8ch 2.4/5.8Ghz Dual Rx w/ HeadTrack FPV Goggles

Boscam GS920 640x480 8ch 2.4/5.8Ghz Dual Rx w/ HeadTrack FPV Goggles
Boscam GS920 640x480 8ch 2.4/5.8Ghz Dual Rx w/ HeadTrack FPV Goggles

With the increased popularity of 2.4ghz video and 433mhz UHF radio setups the GS920 goggles have been re-released at new low price! Offering the best of both frequencies with built in receivers and taking advantage of advances in 2.4ghz while staying compatible with your 5.8ghz setups has never been so affordable!

These 640x480 resolution 2.4/5.8Ghz Dual Receiver 8ch video goggles come with a true full colour micro LCD panel and a silicon rubber shield for blocking sunlight, giving the user a rich 80 inch virtual screen display perfect for high-end FPV flight. 

A compact and light-weight design, Adjustable volume, Brightness and Contrast plus they can be powered by the Tx and include full anti-drift head-tracking via your transmitter!

Powered by your TX or an 8~13V input these goggles are equipped with the dual Audio/Video receiver module, just use the appropriate antenna provided with the kit and set the frequency from 2.4 to 5.8Ghz in the OSD (On Screen Display) menu and you will be ready to receive the video from your FPV transmitter. 

These goggles are perfect for a screen overlay Data Expander (like eagletree) due to its large 640x480 size high resolution screen.   

Spec.
Display resolution: VGA 640x480 RGB, 922k pixels
Field of view: 32 degree
Virtual image size: 80 inches
Frequency: 2.4GHz / 5.8GHz (selectable)
Audio & Video:  input/output
Input voltage: 8~13V
Antenna connection: RP-SMA

Channels
2.4G :
2414,2432,2450,2468,2370,2390,2490,2510MHZ
5.8G : 5705,5865,5665,5645,5885,5905,5925,5945MHZ

Included.
1 x 640x480 8ch 2.4/5.8Ghz True Color Video Goggles
1 x Data cable (External Power & Headtracking)
1 x Power Cable for Lipo battery
1 x Antenna for 2.4GHz
1 x Antenna for 5.8GHz  

 

** Many fake, poor quality & untested FPV products are currently entering the market. Don’t get caught out with poor quality substitutes, Boscam FPV equipment is tried and true and has been tested and developed by FPV pilots for FPV pilots. 



PRODUCT ID: PWG58-24


Weight: 580g
Quantity: 
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Price  $234.99

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 Customer rated 5 crowns   
 
Total of 23 discussions.
Herry97  2 points - 12/22/2014
 
can this goggle connect with dji phantom 2 v ?
 v_max 4067 points
Nope. DJI use digital stream wifi connection. This googles has simple analog video stream receiver. (actually 2 rceivers for two different bands)
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Nic  2 points - 12/17/2014
 
My Goggles will tune in the channel from my Tx on 2 to 3 channels at the same time. For example, if my Tx is set to channel 2, I will be able to see the video with the goggles on 2 and 7. Is that a problem with the goggles or the Tx? I'd hate to have such overlap if I am flying with other people.
 v_max 4067 points
First ensure your TX has the same frequences as googles has. Probably you have TX with different channels set and it's channels frequencies are between 2 neighbour channel frequences of the goggles. Well if your TX channel frequences set match RX channels frequences Then Second.. my RX also catch signal on 2 channels one is the same as one set on tx other is closest by frequency neighbour.. but the neighbour one is caught only when tx is closer then 20-30m from rx.. This is because of high signal strength of signal on close locations (600mW in my case). Selectivity rejection of RX for neighbour channels can't completly suppress so strong signal. It's normal.. You can do the check ...With distance grow signal quality goes down many times slower for matching channel then for closest neighbour. Do not worry about interference. It's became noticable when other signal is 10-20 times stronger then your one.
scotch  148 points - 12/15/2014
 
Hi, someone tried this cute thing with graupner TX ? Sure, graupner tx will handle the input of 2 other channels with school mode. Ranges are 8-13v for the goggles supply VS 3.7-4.8v for tx supply. I guess goggle needs another power unit than my TX. Will the PPM signal voltage from the goggle be to high for my tx ? Thanks :)
 v_max 4067 points
Used it on t9x not on graupner, but hope this helps.. First PPM out has standard trainer ppm levels (0-5v) . so this is not a problem it's compatible with any tx which has trainer input. Second note, to use headtracker you need to have mixing capailities to mix only 2 selected channels from ppm input on trainer connector to only two output channels. (not all at once as most trainer modes do) And third note... in fact headtracker is very bad... As for tilt it's more or less OK, but yaw channel drifts is awfull and make this channel useless.. Last thing.. I added a separate connector on tx body for this googles with ppm input and power pins. I took power directly after tx main power switch where voltage is taken directly from tx battery (before tx internal voltage regulator) so I have full 3s lipo voltage to feed goggles.
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GearUp  12 points - 12/13/2014
 
which is the right transmitter for this goggle?
 v_max 4067 points
Any 8ch one which have 5705Mhz on CH1. Or any one with 32channels. BOSCAM TS832 for example not bad choice.
Felipe  3 points - 12/12/2014
 
Is there a big difference between this guys and the Dominators v2? why such big difference in price? Thanks
 v_max 4067 points
In Dominatorv2 RF Modules (not included): Head Tracker(not included): This ones has dual RF module (2.4 and 5.8) and headtracker integrated The only advantages of dominator is adjustable IPD and hdmi port.. For me HDMI port is useless for standard tv resolution video... Ahh yes, it have integrated DVR.. But what the sense to have it on ground site after passing video through low bandwidth video tx / rx and loosing quality? Recording has more sense be onboard side with all the quality of camera... not in googles.. As for video quality..(I did a bit reasearch when choosed mine) most people who compared this ones and fatsharks says this have more clear image ( less blured at display corners) The diff in price explained simply .. you pay for brand name and useless hdmi and dvr... and thus for my taste fatsharks are overpriced.
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 kanga 1101 points
These are quite a bit clearer than Dominators and alot clearer that Attitudes .
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best fpv goggles ever head tracking with 3d gimbal is beautiful flawless working with frsky taranis.


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