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Specs

Camera

Sensor1/1.7-inch CMOS
Effective Pixels: 48 MP
LensFOV: 155°
Equivalent Focal Length: 12.7 mm
Focal Length: 2.34 mm
Aperture: f/2.8
Focus Mode: FF
Focus Range: 0.6 m to ∞
ISO Range100-6400 (Auto)
100-25600 (Manual)
ShutterRolling Shutter
FOV155°
Video ResolutionWith DJI Goggles 2:
4K@30/50/60/100/120fps
2.7K@30/50/60/100/120fps
1080p@30/50/60/100/120fps
With DJI FPV Goggles V2:
4K@30/50/60/100/120fps
2.7K@30/50/60/100/120fps
1080p@30/50/60/100/120fps
Video FormatMP4
EISSupports RockSteady
WeightApprox. 8.3 g (coaxial cable included)

Air Unit

WeightAir Unit (camera module excluded): Approx. 28 g
Air Unit (camera module included): Approx. 36.4 g
Antenna: Approx. 3 g
DimensionsTransmission Module (L×W×H): 32.5×30.5×14.5 mm
Camera Module (L×W×H): 21.2×20×19.5 mm
Coaxial Cable: 115 mm
3-in-1 Cable: 100 mm
Antenna: 85 mm
Communication Frequency2.400-2.4835 GHz (RX only)
5.725-5.850 GHz (RX and TX) [1]
Transmission Power (EIRP)FCC: < 33 dBm
CE: < 14 dBm
SRRC: < 30 dBm
End-to-End Latency [2]With DJI FPV Goggles V2:
810p/120fps Video Transmission Quality: The latency is lower than 28 ms.
810p/60fps Video Transmission Quality: The latency is lower than 40 ms.

With DJI Goggles 2:
1080p/100fps Video Transmission Quality: The latency is as low as 30 ms.
1080p/60fps Video Transmission Quality: The latency is as low as 40 ms.
Max Video Transmission Range [3]10 km (FCC), 2 km (CE), 6 km (SRRC)
Supported Flight Control SystemThe DJI O3 Air Unit supports Betaflight 4.3.0 and higher versions.
Input Voltage7.4-26.4 V
Operating Temperature-10º to 40º C (14° to 104° F)
ChannelsSupports auto mode
Supports manual mode: 40 MHz: 1 channel; 20 MHz: 3 channels; 10 MHz: 3 channels
Channels InfoFCC/SRRC/CE:
40 MHz:
Channel 1: 5794.5 MHz

20 MHz/10 MHz:
Channel 1: 5768.5 MHz
Channel 2: 5804.5 MHz
Channel 3: 5839.5 MHz
Supported SD CardsmicroSD (up to 256 GB)
Recommended microSD CardsSanDisk Extreme U3 V30 A1 32GB microSDXC
SanDisk Extreme Pro U3 V30 A1 32GB microSDXC
Kingston Canvas Go!Plus U3 V30 A2 64GB microSDXC
Kingston Canvas React Plus U3 V90 A1 64GB microSDXC
Kingston Canvas React Plus U3 V90 A1 128GB microSDXC
Kingston Canvas React Plus U3 V90 A1 256GB microSDXC
Samsung PRO Plus V30 U3 V30 A2 256GB microSDXC
Supported DJI GogglesDJI Goggles 2 and DJI FPV Goggles V2
Supported DJI Remote ControllerDJI FPV Remote Controller 2

DJI Goggles 2

ModelRCDS18
WeightApprox. 290 g (headband included)
DimensionsWith antennas folded: 167.40×103.90×81.31 mm
With antennas unfolded: 196.69×103.90×104.61 mm
Screen Size (single screen)0.49-inch
Resolution (single screen)1920×1080
Refresh RateUp to 100 Hz
Interpupillary Distance Range56-72 mm
Diopter Adjustment Range-8.0 D to +2.0 D
FOV (single screen)51°
Communication Frequency2.400-2.4835 GHz
5.725-5.850 GHz [1]
Transmission Power (EIRP)2.4 GHz: < 30 dBm (FCC), < 20 dBm (CE/SRRC/KC)
5.8 GHz [1]: < 30 dBm (FCC), < 23 dBm (SRRC), < 14 dBm (CE/KC)
Wi-Fi ProtocolWi-Fi 802.11b/a/g/n/ac
Wi-Fi Communication Frequency2.400-2.4835 GHz
5.150-5.250 GHz (indoor use only) [4]
5.725-5.850 GHz [1]
Wi-Fi Transmission Power (EIRP)2.4 GHz: < 20 dBm (FCC/CE/SRRC/KC)
5.1 GHz [4]: < 20 dBm (FCC/CE/KC)
5.8 GHz [1]: < 20 dBm (FCC/SRRC/KC), < 14 dBm (CE)
Bluetooth ProtocolBluetooth 5.2
Bluetooth Communication Frequency2.400-2.4835 GHz
Bluetooth Transmitter Power (EIRP)< 8 dBm
Max Video Transmission Bitrate [5]50 Mbps
Video Recording FormatMOV
Supported Video and Audio Playback FormatsMP4 and MOV (video coding formats: H.264 and H.265; audio format: ACC, PCM)
Wi-Fi Wireless StreamingSupports DLNA Protocol
Operating Temperature-10° to 40° C (14° to 104° F)
Power InputDJI Goggles 2 Battery
Supported SD CardsmicroSD (up to 256 GB)

DJI Goggles 2 Battery

Capacity1800 mAh
Voltage7-9 V (1.5 A)
TypeLi-ion
Chemical SystemLiNiMnCoO2
Energy18 Wh
Charging Temperature0° to 45° C (32° to 113° F)
Max Charging Power12.6 W (5 V/2 A, 9 V/1.4 A)
WeightApprox. 122 g
Dimensions (L×W×H)73.04×40.96×26 mm
Operating TimeApprox. 2 hours

DJI FPV Goggles V2

ModelFGDB28
WeightApprox. 420 g (headband and antennas included)
Supported Video and Audio Playback FormatsMP4, MOV, MKV (video coding format: H.264; audio formats: AAC-LC, AAC-HE, AC-3, MP3)
Operating Temperature0° to 40° C (32° to 104° F)
Video Recording FormatMOV (video coding format: H.264)
FOV30° to 54°, adjustable
Image Size: 50% to 100%
Communication Frequency2.400-2.4835 GHz
5.725-5.850 GHz [1]
Max Video Transmission Bitrate [5]50 Mbps
DimensionsWithout antennas: 184×122×110 mm
With antennas: 202×126×110 mm
Transmission Power (EIRP)2.400-2.4835 GHz
FCC: ≤ 28.5 dBm
CE: ≤ 20 dBm
SRRC: ≤ 20 dBm

5.725-5.850 GHz [1]
FCC: ≤ 31.5 dBm
CE: ≤ 14 dBm
SRRC: ≤ 19 dBm
Screen Size (single screen)2-inch
Power InputDedicated DJI Goggles batteries
Supported SD CardsmicroSD (up to 256 GB)
Communication BandwidthMax 40 MHz
Interpupillary Distance Range58-70 mm
Refresh Rate144 Hz
Screen Resolution1440×810

DJI FPV Goggles V2 Battery

WeightApprox. 119 g
Dimensions (L×W×H)73.04×40.96×26 mm
Capacity1800 mAh
VoltageMax 9 V
Chemical SystemLiNiMnCoO2
TypeLi-Po 2S
Energy18 Wh
Charging Temperature0° to 45° C (32° to 113° F)
Max Charging Power10 W
Operating TimeApprox. 110 mins

DJI FPV Remote Controller 2

ModelFC7BGC
WeightApprox. 346 g
Communication Frequency2.400-2.4835 GHz
5.725-5.850 GHz [1]
Transmission Power (EIRP)2.4 GHz: ≤ 28.5 dBm (FCC), ≤ 20 dBm (CE/SRRC)
5.8 GHz [1]: ≤ 31.5 dBm (FCC), ≤ 19 dBm (SRRC), ≤ 14 dBm (CE)
Dimensions (L×W×H)190×140×51 mm
Operating TimeApprox. 9 hours
Operating Temperature-10° to 40° C (14° to 104° F)
Charging Time2.5 hours

Other

Footnotes1. The 5.8 GHz frequency band is currently banned in certain countries or regions. For details, please refer to local laws and regulations.
2. Tested in an outdoor open environment without interference. The video transmission latency data varies with different models.
3. Data is tested under different standards in an outdoor open environment without interference. Only to serve as a reference for the max one-way communication distance without considering RTH. Please pay attention to the RTH prompts during actual flight. Max one-way communication distance of DJI O3 Air Unit in countries/regions of different standards:
FCC: United States, Australia, Canada, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Chile, Colombia, Puerto Rico, and other regions.
SRRC: Mainland China.
CE: UK, France, Germany, Portugal, Spain, Switzerland, Macau, New Zealand, UAE, and other regions.
4. The 5.1 GHz frequency band is currently banned in Thailand and Israel. For details, please refer to local laws and regulations.
5. Tested in an outdoor open environment without interference. The video transmission bitrate varies with operating environments.
Guaranteed software updates until2026/12/31

FAQ

Installation and Debugging
Installation and Debugging
Flight Safety
Flight Safety
Functions and Usage
Functions and Usage

Installation and Debugging

What precautions should be taken when installing and debugging the DJI O3 Air Unit?
The DJI O3 Air Unit is integrated with a transmission module and a camera module. Compared with the last generation DJI Digital FPV System, the size of the DJI O3 Air Unit is reduced by 40%, while the power consumption is increased by 40%. Due to its heat dissipation requirements, ventilation and heat dissipation measures must be taken during installation and debugging in order to avoid the equipment overheating or abnormal use. The installation method will also affect the cooling effect of the device.

I. Installation and Debugging Instructions:
1. DJI O3 Air Unit standby time: 8 mins (in 25°C/77°F environments), 5 mins (in 35°C/95°F environments).
2. When installing the DJI O3 Air Unit, make sure that the RX and TX are properly connected to the flight control board.
3. The DJI O3 Air Unit has two sets of temperature control strategies for the standby state and the flight state. It can apply different temperature control strategies according to the current state.
a. In the standby state, the protection system will be activated to automatically shut down the air unit when the temperature threshold is exceeded.
b. In the flight state, there will be a prompt alert when the temperature threshold is exceeded, and the video recording will terminate. At this time, the video transmission will remain connected, and the aircraft will have approximately 30 seconds to return and land. If the internal temperature of the IC board continues to rise, the protection system will be activated to shut down the air unit automatically.

II. Installation Suggestions:
1. The basic principle is to facilitate heat dissipation.
2. It is recommended to install the air unit in a position close to the propellers (distance between the air unit and the propellers within 10 mm), so that the downwash airflow can be effectively utilized. Try to avoid an installation position far from the propellers.
3. It is recommended to use a heat-conductive material to connect the frame and the air unit. This will dissipate heat to the carbon plate and the other non-conductive metal components of the frame. Conducting heat will extend the operating time.
4. Do not install the air unit in an enclosed area.
5. After the air unit is powered on, its metal shell will become hot. Therefore, the air unit should not be installed in a position easily accessible or held by hand.
What should I do if the video image shakes with RockSteady enabled?
Mechanical vibration at certain frequencies may result in abnormal EIS performance of DJI O3 Air Unit. The principles are as follows:

I. IMU Resonance
The usual ESC PWM control frequency is 24 kHz by default, and the camera IMU frequency is approximately 24-30 kHz. If there is no effective vibration absorbing measure, the motor vibration may be transmitted to the camera IMU, causing resonance because the frequencies coincide. The resonance will affect the IMU data accuracy and EIS performance of the video stabilization application.* As a result, the processed video image shakes, but the live view image is not affected. Usually, frames with TPU or vibration-absorbing rubber are not prone to IMU resonance.
* Video stabilization application refers to either the DJI O3 Air Unit EIS function or third-party video stabilization software.

II. Propeller Vibration
If the rolling shutter effect appears in both the live view and the video image, it is usually because the propeller vibration (frequency is approximately a few hundred Hz) is transmitted to the camera through the aircraft frame.

Follow the steps below to troubleshoot and fix the image stabilization issue:
Step 1: Rule out the IMU resonance issue.
1. Remove the propellers from the aircraft. Make sure that the camera is securely mounted and the aircraft is placed in a stationary position on the ground. Then, enable RockSteady and start recording.
2. Start the motors and slowly push the throttle to the full throttle position. Observe the live view in the goggles. If the live view is not shaking, stop the motors and stop recording. Otherwise, check the camera and make sure that it is securely mounted.
3. Export the recorded video and check it. If the video image shakes, the issue is most likely caused by the resonance between the frame and the camera IMU.
In this case, refer to the following solutions:
a. Change the ESC PWM control frequency to 48 kHz or 96 kHz and test again.
b. If the video image shakes after solution a is adopted, apply a softer vibration-absorbing structure between the camera and the aircraft frame. Repeat the above testing procedures until the video image does not shake.

Step 2: After ruling out the IMU resonance issue, check if the video image has the rolling shutter effect caused by propeller vibration.
1. Install the propellers back and make sure that the propellers are not damaged. Fly the aircraft and start recording with RockSteady enabled.
2. Check the video image after the flight. If the video image does not have a rolling effect, the debugging is completed.
3. If the video image has a rolling shutter effect, try the following solutions:
a. Adjust the vibration-absorbing structure between the camera and the aircraft frame again.
b. Adjust the tightness of the screws that fasten the camera to the aircraft frame.

If the issue still exists after all of the above methods are completed, contact DJI Support.
How do I fix the DJI O3 Air Unit camera module?
The camera module can be fixed using screws. There are M2.0 standard screw ports on both sides of the camera, which are compatible with standard M2.0 screws on the market. Users can purchase corresponding screws according to actual needs.
The purchase of a DJI O3 Air Unit camera module includes four 4mm M2.0 screws.
Does the DJI O3 Air Unit support disassembly and replacement?
Yes. The replaceable accessories include the DJI O3 Air Unit transmission module, camera module, and antenna.
Please purchase related accessories at DJI Store, and follow the tutorial video for replacement.
Can the DJI O3 Air Unit connect to cameras of other brands?
No.
Which flight controller firmware does the DJI O3 Air Unit support?
The DJI O3 Air Unit supports Betaflight 4.3.0 and higher versions.
Does the DJI O3 Air Unit support DJI A3 or N3 flight controller hardware?
No.

Flight Safety

What should I be cautious of when using the DJI O3 Air Unit?
When using the DJI O3 Air Unit alone:
1. Do not fly in areas with strong signal interference, such as areas with strong Wi-Fi signals.
2. Avoid long-distance low-altitude flying.
3. If you mount an external camera device on the aircraft, please turn off its Wi-Fi to avoid interference.
What precautions should be taken when using the DJI O3 Air Unit in other countries or regions?
When using the DJI O3 Air Unit in other countries or regions, make sure you check and follow local radio frequency laws and regulations. Connect to DJI Assistant 2 (Consumer Drones Series) and the software will automatically tune the system settings to be in adherence with local laws and regulations.
What precautions should be taken after powering on the DJI O3 Air Unit?
The air unit may become hot during or after operation. Do not touch the air unit before it cools down.
Do not use the air unit for an extended period when the temperature is high or there is poor ventilation. Otherwise, the air unit may overheat, which will affect the performance.

Functions and Usage

What functions can the DJI O3 Air Unit achieve?
Integrating DJI's cutting-edge video transmission technology into a lightweight and compact body, the DJI O3 Air Unit can easily achieve excellent video transmission quality with high definition, low latency, and at long distances.
It provides advanced imaging performance, coming with a 1/1.7-inch sensor, a 155° super-wide FOV, and many other upgrades, bringing video transmission to a whole new level.
How do I activate and update the DJI O3 Air Unit?
Visit the product page of the DJI O3 Air Unit on the official DJI website to download and install DJI Assistant 2 (Consumer Drones Series). Start and connect each module to DJI Assistant 2, respectively, for activation and updates.
Will video recording increase the video transmission latency?
It will not affect the video transmission latency.
Are DJI Goggles 2 and DJI FPV Goggles V2 compatible with analog video transmission?
DJI Goggles 2 is incompatible with analog video transmission.
After switching to DJI Digital FPV System mode, DJI FPV Goggles V2 supports the AV IN function, which allows it to be used with analog video transmission receivers. However, it is not recommended to use analog video transmission and DJI digital video transmission at the same time.
If DJI Goggles 2, DJI FPV Goggles V2, or DJI FPV Remote Controller 2 has a record of linking with an DJI O3 Air Unit, and I want to use it with another air unit, do I need to re-link when connecting to the former air unit?
No. DJI Goggles 2, DJI FPV Goggles V2, and DJI FPV Remote Controller 2 can memorize the linking with an air unit, so you don't need to re-link when connecting again.
If DJI Goggles 2 or DJI FPV Goggles V2 are in Audience mode, will they receive the same image resolution as the host goggles?
In Audience mode, the goggles and the air unit use one-way communication, so the image received by the goggles may be degraded due to interference, but the image received by the pilot's goggles (host goggles) will not be affected.
To ensure a satisfying user experience, please select a proper viewing position, and try to avoid blocking the signal between the goggles in Audience mode and the air unit.
Does the DJI O3 Air Unit support photo taking?
Yes.
Does the DJI O3 Air Unit support adjusting flight controller parameters?
The DJI O3 Air Unit supports adjusting flight controller parameters, but the flight controller should support Canvas mode.
Can I fly a racing drone using the DJI O3 Air Unit at the same time as other racing drones using analog video transmission?
It is not recommended to do so. The DJI O3 Air Unit uses the frequency band of 5.725-5.850 GHz. When it is used together with analog video transmission in the 5.8 GHz channel, the signals will interfere with each other and affect the user experience.
What would happen if I do not activate the DJI O3 Air Unit?
An unactivated DJI O3 Air Unit will not display the video transmission. You will not be able to set functions or select other channels.
Is the DJI O3 Air Unit compatible with remote controllers of other brands?
Yes. No external receiver is required to use the DJI FPV Remote Controller 2, while additional receivers are required to use remote controllers of other brands.

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