Review: Digidapter – Analogue Adapter for DJI FPV Goggles

This is probably the best analogue adapter for the DJI FPV goggles I’ve found. Thanks so much to BDI for sending this kit over for the review!

Where to Buy Digidapter?

Why I Need a New Analogue Adapter?

I prefer “plug and play” analogue adapters that do not require taking apart the DJI FPV goggles for obvious reasons. That’s why I bought the URUAV adapter, because it’s affordable and there are many 3D print designed cases available.

But it’s never been reliable as the receiver module tends to fall out of the mount easily.

I tried many different designs but couldn’t find a reliable solution, it was frustrating. I can’t even imagine how hard it would be for someone who doesn’t have a 3D printer.

Coincidentally, BDI, a UK-based company, reached out to me and asked if I’d be interested in trying their DJI analogue adapter, the “Digidapter”.

Hell yea!

Apart from being a “plug and play” solution, I found the Digidapter has the following benefits:

  • Easy to install, takes less than 5 mins, no soldering involved
  • Fits the DJI Goggles like gloves, and looks professional
  • The location of the module is better for antenna placement
  • It has AV audio output, for plugging in headphone
  • Supports most if not all Fatshark style receiver modules

So here is what comes in the box:

  • 1 x Digidapter Faceplate
  • 1 x Analog Video cable
  • 1 x Dual DC/DC Male to Single DC Female Split Cable
  • 1 x Allen Key
  • 2 x 12mm Cap Head Bolts

Inside the faceplate, a ribbon cable runs between the module bay PCB and AV/Power connector PCB.

As you can see, apart from the power input connector, there are also two 3.5mm jacks for both video and audio. If you like listening to the motors during flight, you can do so now with your DJI FPV goggles :)

To install it, I first removed the front cover of the DJI FPV Goggles. Only two screws on each side.

And install the Digidapter, with the two longer bolts provided. That’s it :D It’s that simple!!

Now you just need to connect the power cable, and AV in cable between the Digidapter and DJI Goggles. I do wish the cable has a 90 degree connector at the DJI end, should make cabling neater.

Tiny the cabling up using a few zip-ties.

Before installing the Rapidfire module, I was told to remove the foam spacer in between the antenna connectors first.

This analogue adapter looks absolutely sick! Probably the best looking solution I’ve seen so far! The front cover is made of plastic, not only it looks much better than those 3D printed covers, it almost looks like it’s made by DJI :)

The plastic might be a little thin, maybe they could have made it thicker for better durability. But as long as you don’t throw you goggles around like your drone, you should be fine :)

I wish there is a module bay cover you can put on when you have the receiver module removed. Also it would have been nice to have a power button too for the receiver module, when you are not using analogue you can switch it off to save some power. But I guess you can also just unplug the power cable to the analogue module, since the cable is just a splitter.

The module sits in the module bay securely, there is no play and it doesn’t fall off at all.

I really enjoy this product, it is a little pricey (£45) compared to some other solutions on the market, but this is honestly the best in terms of appearance, user experience and quality :)

18 thoughts on “Review: Digidapter – Analogue Adapter for DJI FPV Goggles

  1. Andreew

    I like the fit and finish, but this wont work with the Lumenier AXII HD patch antennas for the goggles which is a BIG disappointment….Lumenier AXII HD Patchs are unreal and they need to adapt the analog adapter to them.

  2. Dana Harris

    Great article. Question, when you were testing the Analog setup, did you also test the audio? I haven’t been able to get the audio to work using the Mr. Steele Earbuds I use on my Fatshark HDO and HDO2 goggles. Testing the audio wasn’t mentioned in your article, so wondered if you had any problems with audio or maybe I have a defective BDI digidapter.

  3. Lukasz Olczyk

    Hey Oscar, thanks for the review. I’m new to fpv. I got the DJI Goggles and the digidapter and a rapidfire module. Could you advise what particular antennas I should get for this setup (connectors etc.)? Thanks!

  4. Rene

    just started with drones and was looking into some goggles..

    Just wanted your opinion to get DJI with rapidfire addon in oder to avoid Fatshark HDO2 and beeing ready for HD flights in the future…
    Would you still go with analog goggles or get dji instead with adapter?

  5. Joshie

    Are the cables something you can buy with the 90 on one end of each? I guess getting the correct length might be tricky.

  6. Skylar Eppler

    I may cut the ends of the plugs and solder right to the pads. luckily the plugs go all the way through so you wont have to remove them to run wires though. I may add a relay switch or button for power and position it right where the plugs are. not sure yet. Just received mine.

  7. Ekansh

    Hey i really apreciate the work you put in but I
    have a general question for all dji adapters, can they be used with other fpv goggles like the headplays?

  8. JR

    This is pretty awesome… Can you please upload or send some picture of what it looks like and how well it fits with different modules, such as TBS fusion, Foxeer WildFire, True D X, True D 4, etc?

  9. Giovany Arana

    Great article. As always, Oscar. Thank you very much. I’ve just ordered my new set of DJI Goggles and I’m really thinking of keeping analog anyway.

  10. Filip

    The plate looks awesome and it’s great that it includes all the electronic bits needed, but I agree about angled connectors for the goggle side. Could even do without connectors on the digiplate side at all. If it also had a power switch for the module, it’d be perfect. I guess you could unplug that one connector like I do now anyway when not using analog to save battery, but still… :)


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