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USB Flight Data Recorder Kit

USB Flight Data Recorder Kit

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FDR-STD-KIT
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USB Flight Data Recorder Kit

USB Flight Data Recorder Features

  • Standard system includes everything to record airspeed, altitude, RPM, temperature, 4 servo channel movements and glitches, receiver voltage
  • All data is logged to permanent memory, which retains the data even when the power is removed
  • With accessories available below, monitor amps, pack volts, g-force, EGT, and more!
  • Logged channels: 16
  • Full support for English and Metric units
  • Airspeed from ~9MPH to 290MPH
  • USB Live Mode for real time bench monitoring
  • Altitude to 25,000+ feet
  • USB Plug and Play - No new drivers needed!
  • Fully Compatible with Windows Vista, 98SE, ME, Win2K and XP
  • Lightweight - approx 1.5 ounces with unit and cables
  • Simple and quick installation and removal
  • Retains flight data without battery
  • Graphical flight playback in real time
  • Excel compatible data output
  • Ultra-low power consumption - around 35 mA
  • Built-in status LED indicates battery level on power-up
  • Adjustable capture rate
  • Powerful built-in graphing
  • Expansion port for future enhancements
  • NEW: now has 4X the onboard memory of the original recorders, with lossless data compression, for much longer storage time.
  • NEW: improvements in airspeed, altitude monitoring mean greater accuracy, and no interference from your models transmitter
  • NEW: increased voltage and current accuracy

    For more information, click below;
    http://www.eagletreesystems.com/manuals

 

  • SKU FDR-STD-KIT
  • Brand -
  • Capacity (mAh) -
  • Shipping Weight 85.0000
  • Length 170.00
  • Width 40.00
  • Height 160.00
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I was almost going to buy a V3 Logger instead, but two things changed my mind: When I put the Data Recorder in the shopping cart the price was considerably lower than listed here, and the Data Recorder has rate of climb information, and a variometer function when used in conjunction with the OSD Pro.

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I was almost going to buy a V3 Logger instead, but two things changed my mind: When I put the Data Recorder in the shopping cart the price was considerably lower than listed here, and the Data Recorder has rate of climb information, and a variometer function when used in conjunction with the OSD Pro.

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This is a very good tool to see what happens inside your plane during the fight. Good speed sensor and altitude sensors.

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This is a very good tool to see what happens inside your plane during the fight. Good speed sensor and altitude sensors.

Is the best , off and with , telemetry data collector, for RC use

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This is my second purchase of the FDR! Last WE I fly (maiden) a Discus 2C glider 5m span and all the records where very usefull and in particular the flying altitude!

In fact on our club airfield whe are limited at a flying altitude of 150 m. What a surprise when reading the datas from the FDR: I was almost above the limits! The maximum altitude was close to 500m!! In that case the FDR is for safety reason not only usefull but must be a mandatory equipment and next time I will set an audio alarm on the dashboard!

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This is my second purchase of the FDR! Last WE I fly (maiden) a Discus 2C glider 5m span and all the records where very usefull and in particular the flying altitude!

In fact on our club airfield whe are limited at a flying altitude of 150 m. What a surprise when reading the datas from the FDR: I was almost above the limits! The maximum altitude was close to 500m!! In that case the FDR is for safety reason not only usefull but must be a mandatory equipment and next time I will set an audio alarm on the dashboard!

This system my the best decision. I try it in my all airplane, and I can chose for my brushless motors the best prop with this system.

I can see current of motor, RPM, lipo V, speed.. etc in same time.

I suggest an "Electric Expander - 140 Amp" for this kit and "brushless RPM sensor".

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This system my the best decision. I try it in my all airplane, and I can chose for my brushless motors the best prop with this system.

I can see current of motor, RPM, lipo V, speed.. etc in same time.

I suggest an "Electric Expander - 140 Amp" for this kit and "brushless RPM sensor".

The Datas are displayed in digital or analog Units (round Instruments) on the Computer Screen and the Software allows us to display them in several ways. Therefore there is an almost 100% "See-Through" when testing or optimising your Models. Off course the Software (and the mounting skills) need a little practise in order to get everything out like you want, but this Unit is really extremely helpfull, especially when used together with the optional wireless data transfer unit called "Seagull". Just a thought for all other Users: This Unit can also be used in many other applications, such as boats, cars, robots a.s.o.



The Data Logger could be outfitted with all the needed Units to really see what is happening in the plane/model, therefore it is the best "gimmick" for all pro-pilots and teams or technically interested hobbiysts.

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The Datas are displayed in digital or analog Units (round Instruments) on the Computer Screen and the Software allows us to display them in several ways. Therefore there is an almost 100% "See-Through" when testing or optimising your Models. Off course the Software (and the mounting skills) need a little practise in order to get everything out like you want, but this Unit is really extremely helpfull, especially when used together with the optional wireless data transfer unit called "Seagull". Just a thought for all other Users: This Unit can also be used in many other applications, such as boats, cars, robots a.s.o.



The Data Logger could be outfitted with all the needed Units to really see what is happening in the plane/model, therefore it is the best "gimmick" for all pro-pilots and teams or technically interested hobbiysts.

But several tests (on various Electric and Nitro/Jet Planes) showed that the small data cables where not able to generate any big glitches on the receiver signal.



Therefore the system could be used (or especially here) in very high cost planes - like jet powered ones.

The basic functions are often used and could help to eliminate any issues with the servo connections. But if you do not only want to know how fast the plane is going and want to optimise the overal power you will love the AMP Draw Modules as they could help (in Co-Work with the Driving Battery Voltage and the Motors Temperature) to select a suitable Prop for the Plane. The use of the Brushless Motor measurement Unit would be the next step. The Unit has two small cables wich will be connected to the main Power Line from the ESC to the Motor (NOT Inline, just parallel). The RPM readings are very accurate and could help to archieve a given goal much better.

The next logical step would be the measurement of the Speed and G-Force at a given Speed or flight situation. This Step is recommended for all users who want to built a big or a special plane as the forces during a flight are really high. We found out that in some cases forces of up to 27G will be reached on some Jet Planes. This helped us a lot in making the machines better and more durable - imagine a break down/crash only due to a wrong thickness of a servo mount during the flight!



The Datas are displayed in digital or analog Units (round Instrumen

verified_user Quality:
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But several tests (on various Electric and Nitro/Jet Planes) showed that the small data cables where not able to generate any big glitches on the receiver signal.



Therefore the system could be used (or especially here) in very high cost planes - like jet powered ones.

The basic functions are often used and could help to eliminate any issues with the servo connections. But if you do not only want to know how fast the plane is going and want to optimise the overal power you will love the AMP Draw Modules as they could help (in Co-Work with the Driving Battery Voltage and the Motors Temperature) to select a suitable Prop for the Plane. The use of the Brushless Motor measurement Unit would be the next step. The Unit has two small cables wich will be connected to the main Power Line from the ESC to the Motor (NOT Inline, just parallel). The RPM readings are very accurate and could help to archieve a given goal much better.

The next logical step would be the measurement of the Speed and G-Force at a given Speed or flight situation. This Step is recommended for all users who want to built a big or a special plane as the forces during a flight are really high. We found out that in some cases forces of up to 27G will be reached on some Jet Planes. This helped us a lot in making the machines better and more durable - imagine a break down/crash only due to a wrong thickness of a servo mount during the flight!



The Datas are displayed in digital or analog Units (round Instrumen

But several tests (on various Electric and Nitro/Jet Planes) showed that the small data cables where not able to generate any big glitches on the receiver signal.



Therefore the system could be used (or especially here) in very high cost planes - like jet powered ones.

The basic functions are often used and could help to eliminate any issues with the servo connections. But if you do not only want to know how fast the plane is going and want to optimise the overal power you will love the AMP Draw Modules as they could help (in Co-Work with the Driving Battery Voltage and the Motors Temperature) to select a suitable Prop for the Plane. The use of the Brushless Motor measurement Unit would be the next step. The Unit has two small cables wich will be connected to the main Power Line from the ESC to the Motor (NOT Inline, just parallel). The RPM readings are very accurate and could help to archieve a given goal much better.

The next logical step would be the measurement of the Speed and G-Force at a given Speed or flight situation. This Step is recommended for all users who want to built a big or a special plane as the forces during a flight are really high. We found out that in some cases forces of up to 27G will be reached on some Jet Planes. This helped us a lot in making the machines better and more durable - imagine a break down/crash only due to a wrong thickness of a servo mount during the flight!



The Datas are displayed in digital or analog Units (round Instrumen

verified_user Quality:
trending_up Value:
playlist_add_check Overall:

But several tests (on various Electric and Nitro/Jet Planes) showed that the small data cables where not able to generate any big glitches on the receiver signal.



Therefore the system could be used (or especially here) in very high cost planes - like jet powered ones.

The basic functions are often used and could help to eliminate any issues with the servo connections. But if you do not only want to know how fast the plane is going and want to optimise the overal power you will love the AMP Draw Modules as they could help (in Co-Work with the Driving Battery Voltage and the Motors Temperature) to select a suitable Prop for the Plane. The use of the Brushless Motor measurement Unit would be the next step. The Unit has two small cables wich will be connected to the main Power Line from the ESC to the Motor (NOT Inline, just parallel). The RPM readings are very accurate and could help to archieve a given goal much better.

The next logical step would be the measurement of the Speed and G-Force at a given Speed or flight situation. This Step is recommended for all users who want to built a big or a special plane as the forces during a flight are really high. We found out that in some cases forces of up to 27G will be reached on some Jet Planes. This helped us a lot in making the machines better and more durable - imagine a break down/crash only due to a wrong thickness of a servo mount during the flight!



The Datas are displayed in digital or analog Units (round Instrumen

But several tests (on various Electric and Nitro/Jet Planes) showed that the small data cables where not able to generate any big glitches on the receiver signal.



Therefore the system could be used (or especially here) in very high cost planes - like jet powered ones.

The basic functions are often used and could help to eliminate any issues with the servo connections. But if you do not only want to know how fast the plane is going and want to optimise the overal power you will love the AMP Draw Modules as they could help (in Co-Work with the Driving Battery Voltage and the Motors Temperature) to select a suitable Prop for the Plane. The use of the Brushless Motor measurement Unit would be the next step. The Unit has two small cables wich will be connected to the main Power Line from the ESC to the Motor (NOT Inline, just parallel). The RPM readings are very accurate and could help to archieve a given goal much better.

The next logical step would be the measurement of the Speed and G-Force at a given Speed or flight situation. This Step is recommended for all users who want to built a big or a special plane as the forces during a flight are really high. We found out that in some cases forces of up to 27G will be reached on some Jet Planes. This helped us a lot in making the machines better and more durable - imagine a break down/crash only due to a wrong thickness of a servo mount during the flight!



The Datas are displayed in digital or analog Units (round Instrumen

verified_user Quality:
trending_up Value:
playlist_add_check Overall:

But several tests (on various Electric and Nitro/Jet Planes) showed that the small data cables where not able to generate any big glitches on the receiver signal.



Therefore the system could be used (or especially here) in very high cost planes - like jet powered ones.

The basic functions are often used and could help to eliminate any issues with the servo connections. But if you do not only want to know how fast the plane is going and want to optimise the overal power you will love the AMP Draw Modules as they could help (in Co-Work with the Driving Battery Voltage and the Motors Temperature) to select a suitable Prop for the Plane. The use of the Brushless Motor measurement Unit would be the next step. The Unit has two small cables wich will be connected to the main Power Line from the ESC to the Motor (NOT Inline, just parallel). The RPM readings are very accurate and could help to archieve a given goal much better.

The next logical step would be the measurement of the Speed and G-Force at a given Speed or flight situation. This Step is recommended for all users who want to built a big or a special plane as the forces during a flight are really high. We found out that in some cases forces of up to 27G will be reached on some Jet Planes. This helped us a lot in making the machines better and more durable - imagine a break down/crash only due to a wrong thickness of a servo mount during the flight!



The Datas are displayed in digital or analog Units (round Instrumen

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