The popular EzOSD, the plug-and-play OSD which is the favorite among
serious FPVers. Tight integration with the EzUHF long range uplink via
a digital bus that allows the pilot access to a rich set of telemetry
The FPV'ers OSD
FPV is coming of age, and its time for FPV equipment to come of age
also. The EzOSD was created by FPVers with hundreds of hours of
experience, after listening to the wishes of countless
‘Newbies’, and experienced pilots alike.
Who wants to spent hours in front of a PC, or wading through a manual,
to setup an OSD. The EzOSD’s on-screen menu system is
integrated, and accessed using three simple buttons. No need to hook
up, and configure a R/C transmitter/receiver to access the setup menus!
The EzOSD module may be used stand-alone, and will offer navigation,
and basic voltage measuring capabilities. For Gas models, this is
generally all that is required for safe FPV flight. The included 100A
current sensor records not only the instantaneous current consumption,
but also keeps track of the battery level, recording precisely the
number of mAh consumed. Don’t be fooled by cheaper imitations
which claim that a current sensor is not required!
All sensor data and the GPS position of the model, is sent down a
telemetry link 10x/sec. The EzAntennaTracker displays this, and steers
a directional antenna to always point to your model. The free
‘Immersion Player’ requires a simple audio
connection to your PC’s microphone input to show your
plane’s position, Live, on a Google-Earth Map.
Its easy to exceed the maximum altitude, or distance, allowed for FPV
(or any other flight) in your region. The EzOSD can be setup to warn
you, when selected parameters are exceeded, for example, altitude
> 150m. Support is also provided to comply with Amateur radio
callsign broadcast requirements. The EzOSD can automatically broadcast
your callsign periodically.
- Crisp, readable display, in any lighting conditions
- Telemetry link to a groundstation, or Smart-Phone app
- Full compatibility with the EzUHF uplink (digital
- Simple to setup, 3 buttons on the OSD itself
- USB port for future upgrades