This section contains the hardware connection of XBLink.
XBLink hardware connection mainly includes Antenna, SIM, and Flight Controller, Camera.
XBLink support push-push NanoSim connector
Insert your SIM card into the SIM Card slot, the chip contacts have to face up.
The SIM card is recessed into the enclosure and you might need a tool to push it into the socket. You can hear a click when the card is inserted.
To remove the SIM card, push onto the card with a tool. You can hear a click and the card will be pushed out of the enclosure.To remove the card again, push it in once more and it will pop out.
Connect the two LTE antennas to the MMCX connectors.
Be very careful with the port antenna. Remove or Install the antennas in a straight angle. We are not responsible if the antenna is damaged due to physical impact
You can use Telemetry 1 or 2 of pixhawk for connection with XBLink. Telemetry 1 is normally used for Telemetry Radio (like: RFD900...) and Telemetry 2 for XBLink.
Note: Config baudrate of Pixhawk to 57600, SERIAL1_BAUD (Default 57, it means 57600), SERIAL1_PROTOCOL: 2 (MAVLink 2)
Note: For another payload via CSI or HDMI, please conntact us
XBLink supports 7-16V voltage input. You can directly connect 3 S battery to power XBLink (6S battery is inefficient and unstable with long-term use)
Note: Please use 3S battery or 12V DC Ubec (minimum 3A) for high effective and stable performance power supply to XBLink. If you use 6S high discharge battery for drone, we are not responsible for damage.
Please check carefully, avoid wrong between Power Port and UART Port (also use for Cooling Fan), both is JST-GH 4 Pin. We are not responsible for this confusion.