Hmmm OK, thanks
Sounds like I'm better off buying a RVOSD instead
It's because I'm not a programmer, tech head etc and get on much better with plug and play things (like the RVOSD)
This is what promted my aversion to using the APM2.5 sensor, I got stumped at "DF13", don't even know what that is
Though you would need to create a breakout of the DF13 cable for the measurements. You can solder a servo cable for 5v and GND to the module as it has solder pads for this on board.
Note: if you use the DF13 cable to power the APM you will need to use the two 5v and GND wires to get 2A capacity. Each DF13 wire is rated to 1A max, use two in parallel and you get 2A :-)
DF13 refers to the model of cable. It's just the 6 wire cable from the APM2.5+ Power module to the board.
Anyway, if you want I can help you understand how to wire it to an APM2.0, but would require some basic soldering.
I hadn't heard of the RVOSD before, just looking it up on the internet now. It does seem to offer a complete plug and play solution with FPV, though for same cost you could buy a APM2.5+ with minimOSD with 915Mhz (or 433Mhz) Telemetry radios.