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Old Sep 15, 2012, 09:05 PM
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Originally Posted by thwaitm View Post
Tom, can you check one thing on your Devo 10. Set the sensor voltage alarm on the 2nd sensor (main flight battery) and fly the LB and the Hoten with 3 packs back to back (i.e. without turning off the TX). On mine, the alert kicks in very early (at about 3.9, 3.8V even when it's set at 3.5).

If I then turn off the TX and rebind it runs as I would expect.

It looks like there may still be some bugs in the Devo telemetry code - would be great if you could make a second opinion.

I would check for you but I only have one battery for the Hoten X.
Also I have different settings for the Ladybird and Hoten X so I would have to re-bind to fly each one.
I have my sensor voltage alarm on the 2nd sensor set at 3.5V also.


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