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Up To 3 Times The Range of Conventional Receivers!
ClearView XLR™ with Digitally Enhanced™ latency-free video processing, offers advancements in video signal reception technology on a scale not seen in many decades. ClearView XLR virtually eliminates most of the problems and shortcomings of today’s wireless video systems. Issues like glitches, dropouts, fades, tearing, latency, screen freeze and much more are virtually eliminated. ClearView XLR moves the art of FPV video to a whole new level.
“This is by far, the best FPV feed I have ever had. I’m mighty impressed!”
– Jordan Temkin, Team Big Whoop
“If video is important to your mission, ClearView should be in your plans”
– Skip Miller, President UASUSA
ClearView XLR 2.4 Features
- No Latency, No glitches, No dropouts, No horizontal tearing
- More Than 2-3 times the ultimate range of conventional systems
- Much Greater Dynamic Sensitivity
- Sharper, clearer video display
- Exclusive Built-In Spectrum Analyzer App “Know Before You Go”
- One-Touch Information Reference Screen
- User Configurable OSD with RSSI Meter, Batt Voltage, Frequency, User Text
- Configurable Aural Low RSSI and Battery Alarms
- Future-Proof. Upgrades with cable and an internet connected PC
- Extensive User Options Menu
ClearView XLR 2.4 Specifications
MDS Sensitivity: -110dBm typ
Channels Range (MHz): 2370-2510
Video Format: NTSC / PAL
Audio: 2 channels: 6.0, 6.5 MHz sub-carriers
ClearView’s custom configurable OSD over live video provides real time RSSI, battery voltage, signal lock and other important information.
Configurable 3 level RSSI, Lo Batt, System Sounds
Audio / Video Outputs
2 x 3.5mm (camcorder wiring standard). Converter cable for FatShark included.
9-17VDC (3-4 LiPo)
250 – 300 ma
4.75″ x 2.85″ x 0.75″ (120 x 72 x19mm)
1ea. 3.5mm to 3 RCA A / V cable
1ea. 3.5mm Iftron to FatShark A / V converter cable
1ea. Future-Proofing cable
1ea. 2.1mm DC Power 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.