Connect Link Receiver to the Entire #
For long range remote control we will use both of AIR Commander Link Transmitter and Receiver.
You can select any of UNI A/B/C ports of the Entire. We will suggest to use UNI C as UNI A and B has other special features. But bascially you are free to use any UNI port of the Entire.
Use UNI cable and connect AIR Commander Link Receiver DATA to the Entire’s UNIC port
AIR Commander Link Receiver does not requere external power source, 5V power will be supplied from the Entire.
Once Receiver is properly connected and port in the Entire is configured to “AC Link” mode, port should ve highlighted as “online”:
Power up Link Transmitter #
Suggested voltage for power input of AIR Commander Link is from 5V to 11V.
USB power bank is not suggested because majority of power banks turns off automatically after few seconds due to low current consumption of the Link.
AIR Commander Link Transmitter has two ports. Both are equivalent, both can be used for power up or data transfer.
Select one of the Transmitter ports and insert SBUS cable. Other end (Futaba) can be directly used in RC receivers, or gimbal SBUS ports.
Alternatively, you can connect USB power cable (part of basic Entire package) or USB Splitter for DJI transmitter powering.
(Futaba -> SBUS adapting cable to power the Link Transmitter from USB power source.
Mounting Link RX antenna #
Receiver antenna mount is completely in your hands. Depends on your gimbal manufacturer and other devices mounted at.
– For DJI M600 drones, is the best place right under the camera, where is “shadow” of wireless signals of LB2.
– For other drones, where 2.4GHz video transmission is present, select place in the “shadow” of video transmitting antenna.
– Antenna should be in direct vision contact with Transmitter at all times.