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Rabbit Red Sonar Test

Started by Gaza07, Wednesday,June 20, 2012, 13:57:26

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Rabbit flight controller running firmware v1.209c working fine with the five pin red sonar from GLB, it is the DYP-ME007v1 the other version from GLB is the red DYP-ME007v2 I can confirm the V2 sonar does not work but the V1 works fine as can be seen in this video


That is very stable probably one of the most stable ive seen and the sonar holds the height very well you must be pleased with it  ~~


Ive got two Rabbit boards now one with the older baro bmp085 and one with the new ms5611baro,
and iam very pleased with then both, its probably the most stable Ive flown yet  ~~