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|0000640||Deviation||(No Category)||public||2015-10-08 19:12||2016-09-19 20:54|
|Summary||0000640: Telemetry possibility to view min/max value and or count the nr of samples below some set threshold.|
|Description||After flight would be interesting to see nr of samples below some set RSSI,or the minimum cell voltage during load, or the maximum peak of amps pulled.|
a min value max value and a threshold level, were the nr of samples below threshold are counted.
Feature not to be confused with a full telemetry logging in the tx.
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|Why would you want this instead of data logging? Especially when we already have data logging?|
edited on: 2016-09-19 09:31
Because Spektrum transmitters support that on a 2nd/3rd telemetry page and you can see that immediately after flight on display without having to plug in USB and use your computer / laptop.
It is quite practicable to see e.g min RxV (if that may even work out short power peaks) and e.g <=4,3V RxV telemetry alarms.
You actually have to reset min/max once you plug in your flight pack lipo as plugging in creates the wrong values (tested with Spektrum DX8G1).
May be same true for altimeter (I did not test).
FlightLog FrameLosses time interval / delta / threshold:
I opened a new DSM telemetry thread for FrameLosses: http://www.deviationtx.com/forum/7-development/6378-spektrum-dsm-telemetry-framelosses-time-delta [^]
|2015-10-08 19:12||Fernandez||New Issue|
|2015-10-08 19:40||mwm||Note Added: 0001499|
|2016-09-19 09:31||Thomas.Heiss||Note Added: 0001625|
|2016-09-19 09:31||Thomas.Heiss||Note Edited: 0001625||View Revisions|
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