Les Jeti passent en 24 voies avec la 4.0

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Les Jeti passent en 24 voies avec la 4.0

Messagepar jcsotto » 04 Déc 2015, 14:54

Par une simple release de soft les radio existantes Jeti passent en 24 voies.
Pas mal d'autres nouveautés dans cette nouvelles release comme la possibilité de dérouler vocalement un plan de vol (top pour la voltige) ou la checklist des valeurs des capteurs avant-vol (est-ce tous mes accus sont bien chargé, mon reservoir plein ...)

Cf liste ci-dessous (en anglais désolé). Ce firmware est en test au USA mais des versions ont déjà filtré ...

New Features:
1. The DC-16 and DS-16 now offer 24 Channels, all of them are fully proportional and programmable (see notes).

2. New Proportional Font for better user experience.

3. New Multicopter model type (see notes).

4. Added inactivity alarm and low-Q alarm (see notes).

5. New feature of the Audio Player: Pilot Voice Caller using switches (see notes).

6. New feature of the telemetry alarms: Preflight Check (see notes).

7. Extended telemetry: More Voice Outputs for real-time telemetry and timers (see notes).

8. Internal text editor for names, labels and descriptions now supports special characters with Diacritical Marks. Allowed text size of labels and names has been increased where possible.

9. Latest EX Bus device definitions including support for MAlti EX, MFlow2 EX, REX, Central Box 400, Spirit FBL.

10. Screenshots are now stored as 1-bit BMP file to save space on the SD card.

11. Units converter for pressure (kPa, hPa, Bar, PSI, atm), volume (ml, l, hl, fl. oz, gal) and flow (ml/min, l/min, oz/min, gpm).

12. Telemetry controls (Mx1 - Mx8) are now able to use the values of signal quality (A1, A2, Q) as their inputs.

13. DS-16, DS-14: Added discuss launch glider (F3K) detection based on large acceleration and gyroscope readings. That means, the transmitter is capable of detecting the launch of the DLG (F3K) model airplane. The “GHi” switch can be assigned to any function, sequencer or logical switch by simply pressing the F(2) Gsens. button in the selection dialogue and choosing the “GHi” option.

14. The transmitter now remembers the last position in the menu structure. If you press the MENU button you will be redirected to the main screen, the next pressing of the MENU button will highlight the previously visited menu option.

15. While editing the servo balancer (Model → Servo Setup), you can lock the function movement by pressing the F(4) button. So that you don’t have to hold the stick at the exact position.

Modifications:
1. Voice announcement of French numbers has been modified (corrected spelling of hundreds and thousands).
2. Using Heli Wizard, opening the throttle curve editor doesn’t lead to reboot in case of non-existing throttle function.
3. The sizes of audio and log files are shown in units of KB for files smaller than 1 MB.
4. Solved an issue of 3-times repeated alarms that influenced the function of other alarms.
5. The numeric range of flight-mode trims has been increased to ±125%.

DC/DS-16: 24-Channels Multimode
The DC-16 and DS-16 now support up to 24 fully proportional and programmable channels. This expansion allows you to conveniently install multiple receivers or Central Boxes into a model without additional programming. By default, this feature is turned off. The transmitter enables it automatically as soon as any servo is assigned to any 17-24 channel (see the menu Model → Servo Assignment). You can see the “24-Channel Multimode” status in Advanced Properties → Wireless Modes/Trainer.

New Multicopter model type
A new wizard that allows you simple creation of multicopter models has been added. You can set several basic functions of the model:
- Camera gimbal can be set as either none (off), basic (2 axis) or advanced (3 axis).
- You can use up to 3 functions for in-flight gyro/stabilization tuning.
- You can specify how many gear servos will be used.

Inactivity & low-Q alarms
The menu System → System Sound now contains two additional freely configurable system alarms.
- Low Signal: Q – you can set an audio file and a threshold level for a low signal determined by the quality of the information. If the signal quality drops below the percent value, the assigned audio file will be played.
- Inactivity alarm - you can assign an audio file and time interval for inactivity warning. The alarm will be triggered repeatedly in case no buttons are being used and the sticks are holding their last positions for an extended period.

Audio Player: Pilot voice caller
The Audio Player application now offers a possibility to play audio files sequentially. This feature is useful if you practice aerobatic routine - the transmitter will always tell you the name of the next figure. Also you can use this feature just as background music trigger. The music will not be interrupted by any incoming alarms or sounds on event.
- In Apps → Audio Player press the F(1) Tools button.
- In the dialog menu you can select the audio file that will be always played as the first in the sequence. The file sequence is ordered alphabetically. Please rename the files if you wish a different playback order.
- Assign the switches called “Play next” and “Play previous”. We recommend using 3-position momentary switch to flip between audio files. Assigned switches will have multiple functions as well:
o Short press of the “Play next” seeks the next audio file in the sequence.
o Short press of the “Play previous” seeks to the beginning of the current audio file. Any subsequent press of this switch starts playback of the previous audio file in the sequence.
o Long press of any of the switches leads to resetting of the sequence and playing the first audio file.
- Check the “Continue playback” option if you wish the transmitter to continue playback through the whole folder.

Alarms: Preflight check
Now you can use any alarm to be a part of a preflight control check. As an example, in the menu Timers/Sensors → Alarms create a new low-voltage alarm (a voltage sensor is required). If you use 4S Li-Pol battery, the alarm condition should be “X<16V” (less than 4V per cell). Enable the “Use only during preflight check” option. This alarm will activate only after the model is changed or the transmitter is turned ON.
From this moment on, you will always be notified in case you plug in partially discharged battery by mistake. An informative window will pop up over the main screen within regular period. The alarm will sound until you either insert another, fully charged battery, or you press the F(3) Cross button in the informative window to cancel the preflight alarms entirely.

Extended voice outputs
In the Timers/Sensors → Voice Output menu you can create up to four independent telemetry variables that will be announced by voice using pre-assigned switches. Scroll down to “Single voice announcements” and open the menu. By pressing the F(3) Add button, a new telemetry report will be created. Select appropriate switch and a telemetry value that will be announced. Available options for voice announcements:
- All sensor values except GPS coordinates.
- Model timers.
- Receiver status (voltage, antenna level and signal quality).
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