Autopilot & Telemetry
OSD and autopilot for your long range fixed wing FPV platform.
Used to navigate the menu
to change settings.
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Setup wizards guide you through autopilot setup and the OSD in-flight menu make it a breeze to change settings without needing a PC.
We integrated as much as possible into the RVOSD. This reduces the amount of wires and mess on-board your airplane.
The RVOSD has advanced features such as artificial horizon indicator, camera stabilization, dual PPM inputs, digital and analog RSSI input, and 3D waypoints with loiter and altitude settings.
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RVOSD Airspeed Kit
RVOSD current sensor
the RVOSD will reduce the amount of wiring clutter in
your FPV system and provide clean power to
your video Tx and camera.
RVOSD is the Nr.1 selling OSD
for FPV flying. The biggest
community of users and
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Receiver input. Servo output.
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Airspeed Sensor Pads
Pads for LRS
The RVOSD performs the functions of an autopilot and on-screen-display in
one package. It contains four integrated sensors: two gyros,
an accelerometer, and a barometric pressure sensor.
Working together, they provide precise control of the aircraft under
many different scenarios. With the autopilot selected, the aircraft can be
controlled in 6 different modes:
Return to Home
Return to home will bring the aircraft back to the point where the GPS was initialized and home location was stored. This location is your base station, or launch point. The RTH altitude and motor RPM can be set on the ground through the remote control, or in the air through the transmitter. Keep in mind that your FPV camera, downlink, and monitor will need to be powered on and connected in order to see the RVOSD's adjustment menus. If your aircraft is above the preset altitude when RTH is engaged, the aircraft will glide down to the preset altitude, power on the motor, and continue at that altitude until it reaches home. Once the aircraft reaches home, it will perform figure eights above the home location until you switch the autopilot off, or the aircraft runs out of battery power.
Level flight holds the aircraft wings-level and at the altitude at the point of being engaged. With wings-level engaged, you do not have aileron or elevator control of the aircraft. External forces such as wind, or induced yaw through trim or rudder input, will allow the aircraft to turn even though the wings are level.
Heading hold is similar to wings-level in that it will hold the aircraft level on the roll and pitch axis', but will also keep the aircraft on the heading the aircraft is flying when engaged.
Position hold is a loiter function that puts the aircraft in a figure-8 pattern. The location is the GPS location stored when position-hold is engaged.
Fly-by-wire is an assisted-flight mode designed to provide IMU stabilization while allowing full flight controls. When flying in fbw-mode, the aircraft is limited in its roll and pitch angles; it can never be rolled inverted or looped. If the aircraft is banked or pitched and you let go of the controls, it will immediately right itself and continue flying wings-level and at that altitude. Fly-by-wire is a favorite among many RVOSD5 owners due to it's increased level of safety as it prevents the aircraft from getting in an unusual attitude.
WP navigation is a mode that flies the aircraft to pre-set gps coordinates. If more than one waypoints are programmed, and the waypoint navigation function is engaged, the aircraft will fly to the first coordinates, then to the next, and upon reaching the final set, will initiate the return-to-home function.