Eagle Tree new Airspeed and Altitude MicroSensors have two modes: they work standalone with no additional equipment required, as well revving up your eLogger and PowerPanel LCD for full data logging. These precision instruments use pressure differential to measure Airspeed or Altitude.
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 orairspeed 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 V3 to any of our eLogger products for full logging and graphing of your flight’s speed or altitude!
Airspeed MicrosensorTM V3
Measures airspeed from 2 MPH to 350 MPH (3KPH to 563KPH) with resolution of 1 MPH Power input (Standalone Mode) – 3V to 16V Circuit Board: Weight 4 grams (0.15 oz), dimensions 28 mm x 16 mm x 10 mm (1.1” x 0.62” x 0.4”) Includes Pitot Tube (pictured below) and approx 3' (1 meter) of small diameter silicon tubing for pitot tube Precalibrated – no user calibration required Advanced Temperature Compensation Selectable Metric or English units