OSD-GPS (ID) is an on-screen display board that overlays NMEA 0183 GPS latitude, longitude, heading, speed, time, and optional altitude onto an incoming NTSC or optional PAL video source. In addition, a user defined message like an amateur radio callsign can be overlaid on-screen to meet FCC id requirements. The on-board button keypad allows users to program their callsign which is stored in a non-volatile eeprom so even with loss of power the callsign is retained.
- Dimensions: 3 1/2" x 2 1/2" x 1/2"
- Weight: 1.2 oz.
- Input voltage: 8.0 to 14.0 volts DC (80 ma max.)
- Operating temperature: -10 C to +70 C
- GPS input: NMEA 0183 with GPRMC sentence, 4800 baud
- GPS input: NMEA 0183 with GPGGA sentence, 4800 baud (altitude version)
- Video level: 1 volt peak to peak
- Video impedance: input 75 ohm, output 75 ohm resistively terminated
- Callsign ID length: 13 characters
||to modify the callsign
The callsign that appears on the bottom of the screen is user defined via the on-board buttons. To enter or modify the callsign press the left and right buttons together, apply power to OSD-GPS (ID), and release the buttons . Below is a list of the buttons and their actions.
Callsign entry procedure (character blinks):
||cycle through the character set (ascending)
||cycle through the character set (descending)
||erase character (with space) and advance to next character
|save selected character and advance to next character (will exit callsign entry procedure when all thirteen characters have been entered)
The OSD-GPS (ID) will update all on-screen GPS information every time a complete GPRMC sentence is received from the GPS receiver. Please verify the GPS receiver is configured to output a NMEA 0183 stream at 4800 baud, 8 bit, and one stop bit.
Warranty & Service:
If the product fails to perform as described in our product description or specification, within 90 days from the date of shipment to the buyer, we will repair or replace the product and/or accessories originally supplied. Failure due to improper installation, misuse, abuse or accident is not covered by this warranty. Incidental and consequential damages are not covered by this warranty.The buyer must obtain a Return Material Authorization by calling (248) 588-4400, and shipping the defective product to Intuitive Circuits, 3928 Wardlow Ct., Troy, MI 48083, freight prepaid. After the warranty expires, we will promptly supply an estimate for the repair cost.