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by sfabris
Sat May 02, 2015 8:53 pm
Forum: OpenXVario - an open source vario supported by the open source firmwares!!
Topic: OpenXSensor project page on google code
Replies: 139
Views: 66782

Re: OpenXSensor project page on google code

@Mike, @mstrens I'ts better to migrate sooner than later, I would say as soon as possible. Lot of googlecode project are facing "multiple" migrations by single users (there is at least an OpenXsenor Reposistory "migrated" from googlecode) - so for some project this is bringing lot of confusion (no o...
by sfabris
Sat Feb 14, 2015 2:54 pm
Forum: OpenXVario - an open source vario supported by the open source firmwares!!
Topic: My "Sensor Board" for OpenXsensor
Replies: 21
Views: 6103

Re: My "Sensor Board" for OpenXsensor

OK, where do you recomend getting the sensors from? I am in UK and I just built my first openxvario with eBay parts, tested only on ground so far but seems ok. So I ordered another set of parts. I've heard of people getting MS5611 which have around 20 meters drift when placed on a firm position. So...
by sfabris
Sat Feb 14, 2015 2:17 pm
Forum: OpenXVario - an open source vario supported by the open source firmwares!!
Topic: My "Sensor Board" for OpenXsensor
Replies: 21
Views: 6103

Re: My "Sensor Board" for OpenXsensor

This is, of course, a very good idea. Since it is based on using an Arduino it is very easy for users to update the firmware as well. I just wonder, is it worth considering a larger (/faster) processor? An ATMEGA644A (44 pins) would give more flash, more RAM and a second USART, and can still run up...
by sfabris
Sat Feb 14, 2015 2:13 pm
Forum: OpenXVario - an open source vario supported by the open source firmwares!!
Topic: My "Sensor Board" for OpenXsensor
Replies: 21
Views: 6103

Re: My "Sensor Board" for OpenXsensor

Can I ask, is the accuracy of monitoring a 3 cell lipo voltage using this sensor more or less accurate then doing it through the ad input in the RX ? Up till now I have stuck with d series simply because of the ad inputs, but now I am thinking I might as well start using the x series with s.bus. Ac...
by sfabris
Sat Feb 14, 2015 2:06 pm
Forum: OpenXVario - an open source vario supported by the open source firmwares!!
Topic: My "Sensor Board" for OpenXsensor
Replies: 21
Views: 6103

Re: My "Sensor Board" for OpenXsensor

Good idea. Really neatens everything up. Is there somewhere that would make and populate the board cheaply? Are you intending selling them? Rough idea of prices? This is just an hobby project, I'm going to make a few boards for my friends. Is it also pretty simple to assemble and solder, and could ...
by sfabris
Fri Feb 13, 2015 9:38 pm
Forum: OpenXVario - an open source vario supported by the open source firmwares!!
Topic: My "Sensor Board" for OpenXsensor
Replies: 21
Views: 6103

My "Sensor Board" for OpenXsensor

Hi, I'm following this project since the beginning.. In the last month I designed a small board with everything I need in order to replace the complete mess of Arduino's and break out boards. So, I'm using this board that is: - 3.3 Volt powered, so no mess with voltage converter in i2c lines - resis...
by sfabris
Sat Sep 27, 2014 2:01 pm
Forum: OpenXVario - an open source vario supported by the open source firmwares!!
Topic: New beta version of openXsensor (=openXvario)
Replies: 530
Views: 123480

Re: New beta version of openXsensor (=openXvario)

mstrens wrote: I uploaded this new version (named OpenXsensor_v2.0) on github.
You can find it on the new web site for openxsensor under downloads and tags at this link:
https://code.google.com/p/openxsensor/source/browse
Thanks a lot!

Simone
by sfabris
Thu Sep 25, 2014 9:22 pm
Forum: OpenXVario - an open source vario supported by the open source firmwares!!
Topic: New beta version of openXsensor (=openXvario)
Replies: 530
Views: 123480

Re: New beta version of openXsensor (=openXvario)

Hi,

If I understand correctly, this beta code has not been checked in google code, is'nt it?
Would be possible to have the beta code on google code repository, or even better on a github repo?

Thanks,

Simone

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