Today DJI has officially unveiled the Goggles Integra, a new FPV headset designed for their Avata drone and O3 Air Unit HD digital transmission. This new model offers an integrated battery, improved ergonomics, and a friendly price tag.
Instead of an external removable battery, the DJI Integra Goggles adopts a built-in battery into the headband. This new approach makes the FPV headset more comfortable and clean without wires. The 2S/2450 mAh battery provides about two hours of continuous usage.
The DJI Goggles Integra has two 0.49-inch, Full HD (1080P) screens that provide a 44° FOV for each eye. The interpupillary distance (IDP) can be adjusted between 56-72 mm. Unfortunately, the Goggles Integra lacks in built-in adjustable diopter and is too small to accommodate eyeglasses. Instead, just like the DJI FPV Goggles V2, it can be used with interchangeable lenses by pilots who need eye correction glasses.
Featuring DJI O3 Plus video transmission technology, it offers ultra-low 30 ms latency and stable video transmission over long distances. In FCC mode, you can achieve a range of up to 12 km using an AVATA drone or 10 Km with O3 AU-equipped FPV quadcopter.
- [Combined for Convenience] The lightweight DJI Goggles Integra adopts an integrated design that combines headband and battery into one, getting rid of pesky cables and allowing you to take the goggles on and off effortlessly. The built-in battery headband feels lightweight, balanced, and comfortable to wear. DJI Goggles Integra can be used while charging and will stay powered through several full-battery drone flights. So you can keep soaring all day.
- [HD 1080P 100Hz Display] DJI Goggles Integra is equipped with two HD Micro-OLED screens to deliver true-to-life colors and highlight-shadow details. The high screen refresh rate presents the fun of flight in a smoother and more fantastic way.
- [Ultra-Low Latency, Smooth, and Stable Video Transmission] The Integra Goggles is equipped with DJI O3+ video transmission, boasting latency as low as 30 ms. It automatically switches between 2.4GHz and 5.8GHz frequency bands to keep a stable signal for a fluid, immersive HD viewing experience with minimal interference. New SyncSmooth technology produces smooth, fluent video transmission for high-speed aerial photography. The tracking effect of the goggles display frame aligning with the video transmission frame is optimized to cut down video transmission latency and fluctuations. Viewing footage with DJI Goggles Integra is also easier on the eyes, effectively reducing visual fatigue and dizziness.
- [Share the Sky with your friends] Connect Integra FPV Goggles with the DJI Fly app on your smartphone to simultaneously display a real-time camera view on your goggles and smartphone. Share the view with friends to enjoy a stunning and immersive flight together.
- [One Goggle, multiple firmwares] When device mode is selected, the Integra switches to the appropriate firmware making it compatible with DJI AVATA drone and O3 Air Unit
|Cod name||Integra RCDS13|
|Dimensions (L×W×H)||With antennas folded: 170×104×74.44 mm
With antennas unfolded: 205×104×104 mm
|Weight||Approx. 410 g (battery included)|
|IPD Range||56-72 mm|
|FOV (single screen)||44°|
|Video Recording Format||MOV|
|Supported Video Playback Formats||MP4, MOV (video formats: H.264, H.265; audio formats: AAC, PCM)|
|Supported SD Cards||microSD (up to 512 GB)|
|Transmission Latency||1080p/100fps: as low as 30 ms
1080p/60fps: as low as 40 ms
|Max Transmission Distance||DJI Avata: 12 km (FCC) / 6 km (CE/SRRC/MIC)
DJI O3 Air Unit: 10 km (FCC) / 2 km (CE) / 6 km (SRRC)
|Max Video Bitrate||50 Mbps|
|Battery||5.6-8.4V / 2450 mAh (17.64 Wh)|
|Operating time||Approx. 2 hours|
affordable, but less featured!
Amazing product. It’s like you’re in the cockpit of the FPV drone. Thanks, DJI making the Integra accessible for everyone.
It’s fine, but it’s a huge downgrade compared to Goggles 2 and v2
Only USD $499, pretty sweet!
The Integra has the same screens as the Goggles 2 for less money!