Introducing the first version of firmware to test that implements FrSky S.port.
This answers the same sensor id as the FrSky high precision altimeter, so you will get strange results if you use them together.
In order to enable the S.Port feature, set BOTH switch mid and on position actions to "Do nothing" and connect the BTOA to the S.Port.
To use the attached file, save it to the "firmware/editions" folder in the BTOA downloader application folder (Mac users: Downloader App >package contents > /Resources/firmware/editions). You will then be able to select it in the firmware flashing screen in the downloader.
I will also be working on the other problems mentioned with connecting over bluetooth and periodically over USB.
New in this "test2" version:
X, Y and Z acceleration reported over telemetry
Temperature (T1) and Min temp (T2) reported over telemetry
Output frequency is more uniform
ID's changed so should not conflict with existing FrSky sensors
Below are some pictures to show adding a power lead to the FrSky X4R so you can use all four outputs with servo's. The pictures also show an S.Port cable for the BTOA.
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Recently, I installed wireless charging in my B3 DLG and also my Taranis transmitter.
This system could be adapted to any other radio and most planes. It allows you to use a Qi wireless charger to charge the transmitter using a small receiving pad and a step up converter. The plane also uses the same receiving pad but since I use 1S LiPo, all I needed was a small USB charger instead of a step up converter.