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Old Oct 14, 2009, 08:20 AM
TJB
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Data logger

Is there a data logger that works with Airtronics 2.4 receivers?

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Old Oct 14, 2009, 08:36 AM
Pat McCleave
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Re: Data logger


Tom,

There is a data logger in the works for the 10 CH receivers. The 10 CH receiver actually already has a data port, just no way to read it yet.

See Ya,


Pat


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Old Oct 20, 2009, 12:06 AM
Skye Malcolm
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Re: Data logger

A little off topic, but obvious lockouts/holds whatever would trigger the
failsafe (if you've set it). I've put maybe 20 hours of thermal and slope
flying with nary a failsafe activation on an old Eraser with SG10/10chRX
since July. Many flights to the limits of my meager vision. Not that I
like to swear (Ha!) but I'm beginning to swear by it.
-Skye in CMH

On Wed, Oct 14, 2009 at 8:36 AM, Pat McCleave <pmccleave@cox.net> wrote:

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> Tom,
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> There is a data logger in the works for the 10 CH receivers. The 10 CH
> receiver actually already has a data port, just no way to read it yet.
>
> See Ya,
>
>
> Pat
>
>
> ---- TJB <tom@inventorforhire.com> wrote:
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> Is there a data logger that works with Airtronics 2.4 receivers?
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Old Oct 20, 2009, 11:21 AM
GordySoar@aol.com
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Re: Data logger

Hi Skye,
Your hearts in the right place but this falls into the bordering on bad
advice type post.

"I wear a hat, I went to the store 20 times and never got hit by a car, so
where a hat and you won't get hit by a car." Then when I did the only
thing you could offer was "Huh! Didn't happen to me."

Glad the brand you chose is so special, or happy you like it. But we are
in the early stages of learning how to safely use 2.4 systems. So posting
testimonials about your good fortune doesn't add good info, it does say that
so far you've been fortunate.

I have hundreds of hours of 2.4 experiences in wet, dry, warm, cold, rocky,
grassy, sandy, urban, and industrial areas of the world, I've flown slopes
and thermal, winches and bungees, alone and with up to a hundred or so
other systems and freqs going...and you have yet to see me post about one
system or another is the answer.

I've only flow Spectrum and XtremePower so far in my models. But likely
I'll try the other sooner or later...when they have a data device to provide
real information, versus "I don't think mine's gone into hold".

Holds and Failsafes are unlikely to crash our sailplanes thermaling and
very unusal for it to happen close up on a slope. The key to setting
Failsafe if you are sloping is to let it go to HOLD and not a pre set
setting...because of the rising air and close proximatey of the ground. Better you
lose contact for a moment than it loops back into the slope.

We are all better off if all the systems work...not just one brand.

Thanks for your post, Homeland Security now knows which brand you and I
have :-)
Gordy


In a message dated 10/19/2009 11:07:24 P.M. Central Daylight Time,
skyemalcolm@gmail.com writes:

A little off topic, but obvious lockouts/holds whatever would trigger the
failsafe (if you've set it). I've put maybe 20 hours of thermal and slope
flying with nary a failsafe activation on an old Eraser with SG10/10chRX
since July. Many flights to the limits of my meager vision. Not that I like
to swear (Ha!) but I'm beginning to swear by it.
-Skye in CMH

On Wed, Oct 14, 2009 at 8:36 AM, Pat McCleave <_pmccleave@cox.net_
(mailtomccleave@cox.net) > wrote:


Tom,

There is a data logger in the works for the 10 CH receivers. The 10 CH
receiver actually already has a data port, just no way to read it yet.

See Ya,


Pat


---- TJB <_tom@inventorforhire.com_ (mailto:tom@inventorforhire.com) >
wrote:

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Is there a data logger that works with Airtronics 2.4 receivers?

T














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