A conversion kit to supplement the ImpulseRC Reverb with a DJI FPV system.
The reverb is usually too short for the DJI FPV system. Also, there is not enough room in the width to completely enclose the air unit.
The reverb was simply extended. Therefore, the air unit was clamped on the copter. The propellers cool the air unit. There is still room between the propeller and the frame.
The antenna alignment has been unusual but has been installed as dictated by DJI.
The air unit can be installed out-of-the-box. Only at the antennas can I have to remove the shrinking loop on the plug.
- The attachment for the transmitter with antennas in the rear of the copter.
- Attach a spacer around the air unit.
During installation, the rear two stand-offs are removed.
In standoff holes, plastic screws can be used in the floor. Normal steel screws can be used to screw the top plate.
(Because the air unit should not touch the frame.)
I fly 6s and have therefore placed a voltage transformer on the air unit.
The top plate is still stable enough for the battery.
Ultimaker TPU 95A
Support Overhang Angle 72% - This makes it easier to get the antenna tube clean