|Feb 10, 2015, 12:40 PM|
Spetrum Airware 1.7 "ESC sensor" ?
Do any of you know what this is? I can't find a specific reference.
SpektrumTM DX9 AirWareTM Change Log 2015-January-28
Changes since 2014-May-21
New Features & Improvements
Added new screens to support Sound Categories. These allow you to select sounds more easily by grouping them into user-editable lists (categories) to reduce scrolling needed to find the sound you want. The radio supports up to 16 categories; this update will create default categories but you can modify or remove them as you desire.
The pre-flight checklist shows the name of the model on power-up. This allows you to verify the right model is being started without having to go through the complete list first.
New trainer mode “FPV” added to allow head tracker inputs to be mapped to any channel, with adjustable scaling and reversing. This mode enables easy mapping of head tracker channels to receiver ports, while not affecting flight controls. It supports both wired and wireless head trackers.
Add support for Flight Pack Capacity (mAh) and Receiver Pack Capacity (mAh) sensors
Add support for ESC sensor
X-Plus channels are now able to be configured to generate warnings in 18-
channel systems, in addition to the normal channels previously available
On the Model Copy utility, you are now able to select the Source model for
copying. It is no longer necessary to use Model Select first.
When setting up a timer, a 20-second alert is now available.
You can now use the “wiggle” function to select analog inputs when entering a
“switch” option. Just move the appropriate switch or stick or slider and it will
select it automatically.
Trainer input is now more tolerant of inputs from devices such as head trackers
.AS3X Gains telemetry screen does not show when configured to not show.
Custom Voice Events of 16 steps now advance properly.
Sailplane AIL>RUD mix field “Sub Switch” is now exported properly.
Heli gyro trim values are aligned properly for all flight modes
Heli trim setup screen operates properly in tray radios
|Feb 10, 2015, 12:52 PM|
Probably support for a new sensor that will work with certain ESCs that have or report crucial operating information kinda like what some Castle Creation ESC have.
Castle Link Live is a bidirectional communication protocol that gives the ESC the ability to transmit real-time telemetry feedback over the standard receiver cable. Crucial information like RPM, temperature, voltage, and current are only a fraction of the possible information that a Castle Link Live enabled ESC can provide.
You can turn that telemetry sensor on and view some of the things it would report without actually having that sensor attached.
|Feb 10, 2015, 12:55 PM|
Thanks for the reply freechip. I'm familiar with CC link live and was hoping that was the case. I was just looking for official information to get excited about.
|Feb 10, 2015, 02:49 PM|
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