Need to connect OcuSync to F210 3D

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    Hello everyone. Could somebody explain me how to connect OcuSync to F210 3D? Bought DJI Goggles RC, but don’t know how to use it with walkera. Thanks.

     
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    If you want Occusync then you will need to buy an Occusync air module, cables, connectors, antenna, camera etc.

    And that wont fit in a F210. So no Occusync.

    What goggles did you buy. The White standard goggles will never work with a F210.

    You need the Black RE goggles and use the 5.8 GHZ analog antenna.

    Its in the RE user manual. Its the same mechanism as any set of 5.8 analog goggles.

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    I bought Black RE, but don’t know how to connect OcuSync to Walkera, and can’t find any instructions. Could you help, please?
     
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    You cant connect Occusync to a Walkera F210. The F210 would require an Occusync Flight pack.

    You can use the DJI RE Goggles with the F210. You need to select the Analogue 5.8Ghz menu in the DJI Goggles Menu. And install the analogue antenna supplied with the goggles on the goggles external antenna connector. You will only get the standard 5.8Ghz range. Max 0.5Klm depending on your countries standards CE or FCC. You will not get the 7Klm range that you can get with Occusync.

    Its in the DGI Goggles RE user manual.
     

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