Our tiny new G-Force, Airspeed and Altitude MicroSensors for R/C models have two modes: they work standalone with no additional equipment required, as well revving up your eLogger, our OSD and OSD Pro products, and our PowerPanel LCD for full data logging and display.
For standalone mode, simply plug the sensors into a spare receiver channel or small battery (3V to 16V) and fly your model. Then, when you land, your maximum altitude or airspeed will display on the built-in 7 segment LED. For example, if you flew to 281 feet, the unit will display “2 – 8 - 1” repeatedly. No configuration, additional equipment, or computer required!
Or, connect your MicrosensorTM to any of our eLogger products for full logging and graphing of your flight’s speed or altitude!
You can use the MicrosensorTM sensors with your own Firmware/Microcontroller! Click here for information on using the MicroSensor with your own firmware.
New: Altimeter MicrosensorTM V4
Aprox 1 foot (0.3 meter) resolution
Reads up to approx 20,000 feet (6096 m) Above Sea Level
Need to know how many G's you pulled in that last barrel roll? Eagle Tree is pleased to offer the world's first standalone G-Force meters for RC models.
The tiny, low cost sensors are factory calibrated, and measure G's in the X, Y, and Z axes during flight, and the maximum encountered forces on each axis (in 10ths of G's) are displayed on the built-in 7 segment LED.
There are two models available:
The low G sensor measures up to 8g (at least 7g) in each of the 3 axes.
The high G sensor measures up to 40g (at least 38g) in the X and Y axes, and up to 8g in the Z axis.
Resolution: approx. 0.05 G in each axis
Power input (Standalone Mode) : 4V to 16V (6V max for High G Sensor)
Weight: approximately 4 grams (0.15 oz)
Dimensions: approximately 28 mm x 16 mm x 10 mm (1.1” x 0.62” x 0.4”)