The HereLink is a compact and versatile handheld ground controller for drones and robotics that integrates a datalink unit, remote control link and video display unit into a single device. Providing smooth low-latency transmission at distances of up to 20 km, it supports video formats of 720p at 30 fps and 1080p at 30 or 60 fps.
Based around an eight-core S1 Snapdragon processor and powerful ARM GPU, the controller provides a MicroSD card slot for up to 64 GB of storage. It includes detachable directional and omni-directional antennas, and has an integrated GPS antenna as well as the option to connect external antennas.
The HereLink is built on customized Solex and QGC Ground Control Station software, with MAVLink support for the Ardupilot and PX4 open-source autopilot platforms. It supports installation of custom and OEM Android images, allowing users to customize a range of elements such as system configuration, Android applications and boot animations. The controller can take advantage of Over the Air (OTA) updates via Wi-Fi, providing faster downloading and efficient installation and reducing bandwidth usage.
|Dimensions||217 x 106.5 x 31 mm (controller, w/o antennas & joysticks)
78.5 x 30 x 15mm (Air Unit, w/o antennas)
|Weight||516g (controller, w/ antennas)
95g (Air Unit, w/ antennas)
|Power Consumption||<4W average (controller) <4W (Air Unit)|
|Transmission Range||FCC 20km CE/SRRC 12km|
|Frequency Band||2.4GHz ISM|