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Old Nov 19, 2012, 02:13 AM
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Originally Posted by DJO View Post
Well I actually have an OSD coming in the mail that's super simple and just shows the voltage of up to two battery packs. I can normally fly for a half and hour and know my limits. I'm not a long range guy either - but sometimes it's very easy to get disoriented.


Voltage as you will get used to will be determined by throttle

And sound of motor

It's important to set. Up plane to fly at low voltages
If you fly for long time

Voltage curves are important aspects to understand

At low voltages it would come in handy to see on OSd all cells voltages
Especially if you use two or more batteries in series or parallel

Setting you lvc to desired setting and listening to motor and feeling throttle is good thing to get feeling for with OSd
Then you will understand no need for OSd
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