The ClearView Racing receiver uses ClearView’s proprietary Digitally Enhanced Video Technology, specially tuned for the racing environment. These racing receiver features the legendary ClearView processing, while the OSD menu is simplified and streamlined for race day.
The racing receiver firmware is tuned to ignore interference like no other receiver. At indoor races, video receivers are faced with high interfering signal strength, lots of multipathing, and plenty of outside noise. ClearView has been tuned to see through as much interference as possible. The result? A stable clean picture that racers can rely on.
The menu system of the ClearView racing receiver is significantly streamlined. The spectrum analyzer is simplified to only occupy half the screen, and only the core features and options of ClearView were left. An additional mode called “Scan Mode” was also added to allow one-button frequency changes over up to eight favorite channels. Finally, the OSD can be limited to obstruct the least amount of screen
- 8 saved channels
- Completely custom channels
- Precision Spectrum Analyzer
- Enhanced noise rejection
- Scan Mode
- Auto NTSC/PAL
- Minimalist OSD
- Low ground station battery warning
- Can update through FPC Port with FPC Cable (sold separately)
- Power cable (wire leads)
- 2M Fatshark converter cable
From August 20th, 2018 and onward, all ClearView Ground Stations will be shipped following the FatShark standard. If you use FatSharks or other compatible displays, you can now directly connect with any 3.5 to 3.5 mm male to male cable. To use other goggle pinouts, use your FatShark 3.5 mm to RCA cable, and then the supplied RCA cable your goggles come with – connecting the RCA to RCA with barrel connectors.