part three the high-tech planetary series we’re gonna discuss how to get the information from your sensor stations into your supported radios such as the Aurora nine the optic five and six 2.4 gig sport models and also the eclipse 7 as well as all the supported add-on modules like the HTS Navi the HTS voice the HTS iview and also the HPP 22 for real-time streaming to the PC so let’s get started all right part three of the telemetry series is where we start talking about all the fun stuff where we get all the data collected and returned back to us to the Aurora 9 and also we have our HD s eye view software which works on iOS applications like an iPad or an iPhone or iPod touch and that’s the module right here we also have the HTS Navi interface which works with the PC we can stream our stuff down real-time store it log at view our GPS activity and a map and all that good stuff and we also H TS voice which is our voice announce module takes all of our Tia telemetry data from the radio that’s connected to and announces it to us in intervals that we choose we also choose what we want to set up for what we want to hear report it back to us and also the alert thresholds so let’s get started with the probably the easiest way to do this if you’ve got the telemetry system using the Aurora 9 I’m going to fire it up and I have a small sample sensor station set up it’s already connected and it’ll give us the ability to see what some of the sensors do so working on the main screen it’s pretty straight forward and in fact you’ve got the aircraft the folder and the wrench just click on the wrench the settings you have the sensor menu right there you go to sensor there’s a few different ways we can view this now keep in mind that the Aurora 9 is going to display on its display what the sensor station is connected to is capable of doing so if you hook up the Nitro a sensor station you’re gonna get a different layout and if you hooked up the HTS s blue for electrics likewise if you hook up the HTS s advanced which is what we have hooked up here you’re gonna get some other options like servo manager and some other thing under the Advanced section so we’ll be able to take advantage of all the features but it automatically adjusts for whatever sensor station you have hooked up so let’s start off by the GPS now we’re indoors the GPS is going to some old data I am getting some sort of a signal the altitude is wrong because I’m indoors now and I came in from outdoors but what you’ll see is a signal strength there underneath a little satellite dish I’ll show you what kind of signal strength the the actual GPS unit is getting from the satellite receivers or satellite satellite GPS satellites in orbit it’ll give your latitude your longitude positioning your altitude and then of course your speed again it’s airing out right now cuz I’m indoors you can go into settings under GPS and you can choose a date the actual unit from Imperial or metric you can also shoot choose the altitude either ASL which is a absolute which is above sea level or you can do the relative and relative is whatever the altitude is it sets it at zero or resets the altitude when you initialize the aircraft and as you go through your flying for the date will tell you relative to your current position how high up in the air er which is what you’re gonna use more often than not and will give you the time in a day as well if we go back to our view here we have our pm I do have an RPM sensor hooked up to a motor in order the rpm sensor I have two available I wanted and plugged in just one and I’m using the magnetic rpm sensor and I’m able to change the name of it there so I call it motor because that’s what I have up to just rename it you can whatever you want it to be and then hit the enter button and it’ll change the name and instead of our PM 2 or RPM 1 and then as i actually run the prop up I can see my rpms registering in real time on the display as well and then we can go ahead and look at our temperature sensor temp you have five of them hooked up right now I went ahead rename those for what they’re connected to the motor the ESC the battery ambient temperature and of course the outlet the outlet is something I use the outlet on the fuselage like you’ll have air outlets you have cold air coming in or ambient air coming in and then it runs across the ESC an electric power plant and all the components and then spits out the back of the fuselage monitoring that outlet air temperature tells me how much of a difference between ambient and outlet that it’s actually extracting from any of the devices inside the fuselage so it’s kind of a good way to see what kind of ventilation and cooling you’ve got you can change from from Imperial to metric here or Celsius now we’re back to Fahrenheit you can reset those Max’s they have a max average and min for whatever you have selected so post-flight you can say alright how hot did my ESC run how warm did my battery get what were the ambient temperatures my motor how hot did it get as I went through the process or through the run well back out to a battery and a battery is a great area we’ve got the voltage sensor and also the current sensor tied into this so we’re gonna have a few more options and if we just just went with the standard voltage to the SBC port or just the receiver voltage receiver voltage right now coming from the B EC is five volts you can set a warning on

that as well so you can drop that or raise it up depending on when you want to trigger it you know it’s not a bad idea to have a trigger about 4.6 4.7 volts or even 4.5 volts if you’re running a 5 volt system because lower that receiver bolter gets receiver voltage gets their higher probability of a brownout on your actual receiver on your radio system you don’t want that so you want to be alerted if your your servos are drawing so much that you’re dropping the voltage down or if there’s a problem for me to be EC as well if I raise that up to clear to near 5 volts you’ll hear the alert and that’s what you would hear during flight if it got down to that and it’ll stop it’ll turn off is it because it dips down into that voltage and back out has a Max and min as well at you can reset there’s a second page on the battery section I have our voltage Center plus Center sensor plugged in so our current voltage is eleven point nine volts now this is tied into the main pack supplies so I have a 3s lipo right now it’s running at eleven point nine volts I can set that warning as well and I want to set my warning from my voltage sensor from my main flight pack above where my low voltage cutoff if I have that on the aircraft I’m flying now if I’m at a helicopter I’m probably not using a whole DC it’s just gonna run down and risk running the battery too low so in that case I would run it down to you know I know 3s battery it’s three volts per cell so nine is when damage starts occurring when you start dropping below nine volts so I may say alright at nine point five volts or nine point seven volts warned me now an 11 point one volt pack you’re gonna see a performance sag before you get a nine point seven volts so you’ll see a performance difference but if you don’t you’re still gonna get warned by the radio system so again raise it up above where it’s at right now and we’ll get an alert something kind of cool too is if I leave it eleven point eight and I start running that motor up and see what happens is I draw current my voltage drops from my power supply it’s dipping down into that low voltage and that’s really how you how you run it when you’re flying with it is you start depleting the pack you’ll get these it’ll dip in and out of tone you’re like well I’m getting starting to get a little bit of a warning so I know that I’m starting to push my pack to where I want to stop it from from cutting off so at least to give you some time to come you know one or two passes until you get a good landing in you can reset the maxim in as well you can recall that after the fact as long as your radio systems still on the current is our current sensor we have the C 50 50 amp current sensor in there let me go back a screen and turn that off if it’s gonna be too low now we’ll drop that back down so as I run this up you’ll see our current increase and now since I have the voltage and the current installed I had get real-time wattage consumption so right now this thing freewheeling with a very tiny prop on it is only pulling about 7 watts 5-7 watts we do have warning a high I’ve set to off right now but we can set the warning to what we want it to be so if we’ve got a 40 amp ESC we don’t want to be climbing into the 40 amp range so we would drive that thing all the way up to about 39 amps so we know that we’re running with running right up to the head room on our ESC and before we run into any sort of problems you know we could we could get a warning from the radio system so there’s a lot of different ways you can take advantage of this to monitor the systems and the performance will go and go back out we’ll go from the batter into the cockpit now there’s there’s we’ll jump in a several manager first the cockpit knees if you were two different ways for you to see multiple displays at once and we’ll go into several managers menu I do have the server manager connected I have a single servo on the system it’s not connected anything so it’s just freewheeling over there and it’s a relatively low torque servo so it’s only drawn about let’s go 2.6 amps just over a half amp it’s drawing right now just going left and right on it now if I had if I have a you know high draw it’s starting to accumulate across each one of these and as I select the different ones I only have an active serval on one of them as I select the different ones and I started cumulative total enough my amperage draw that’s where you can start budgeting your your batter like Eliminator circuit and make sure that you’ve got enough amperage available to the radio system to where again you don’t cause a brownout situation where you under power your radio system by too much amperage you draw or you run too hot on your VEC and it kicks out due to safety or overheat so you can rename those if you go and you can choose so what are we going to call it I just called that one aileron one I can go through and rename s v2 to whatever I want it to be and so on just hit enter after you’ve entered any information it does have the max on each one of those listed as I go through them so I’ll back out a servo manager and we’ll go into those two mean do we have advanced advanced is kind of cool altitude GPS GPS and variometer and GPS is are the two different options speed is GPS an air speed sensor gps alone air speed sensor alone so it our gps is gonna give us ground speed our air sensor is gonna give us indicated air speed two very different things aircraft require air speed indicated air speed air across the wings or under the wings to be able to fly whereas you know if you’re going upwind or downwind rather you may have some phenomenal ground speed going on you could be clocking along at 35 40 miles an hour but if you’re in 15 mile an hour winds now you have to subtract that and

you don’t have a sufficient air over the wings or under the wings to fly so i always run with my airspeed if I have airspeed enabled on it cuz I want to know what’s actually coming across the coming across the wings so now if I wanted to do some some high speed runs and actually track how fast it was going through the air relative to the ground I’d switch over to my GPS and that would give me my downwind runs of you know I broke 150 miles an hour or whatever so you do have that option we go back and now we look at our cockpit and easy view cockpit is a summary of everything on a couple of pages so you can see it gets pretty busy pretty quick motor RPN are the two rpm sensors GPS air speeds so GPS and airspeed it’ll show both of those combined based on the setting I have GPS altimeter motor ESC battery ambient and outlet my five temperature sensors that I have on there if I go to the next page I’ll see my my servo manager showing all four of my servos I also have my voltage my amperage and my wattage calculated real time on the screen so as I go through and run things it’ll calculate as I go back I’ve got my motor rpm running now and see my esc temperature will start creeping up as I use that motor more and more so that’s the cockpit view the easy view is nice because it does big letters or big numbers for everything so you can glance at it easier when you’re in the air there’s nine different pages of that based on what I have plugged in speed and altitude it does show max you can reset that max altitude airspeed variometer voltage current wattage again calculated in real time and I can reset that max when I set a new max on each one of these it’ll currently show whatever I’m calculating so now our max is go up so you get a quick interface there keep going on we have motor rpm one and rpm – I don’t have anything – up to rpm – but rpm one will shell and then we can go back over to a Toronto Cyril manager I have either on one set up right there again we can reset that max and it’ll set a new max all you can recall after the flight second bank of servo manager’s ports temperature motor ESC battery ambient and outlet again these can all be renamed back in the previous screen in inside of each of the temperature sensors input information you can go through and change out the name if you want to and it shows max as well so that’s the two different ways you really want to view the stuff from them from the most part on the Aurora 9 it’s gonna give you a quick recall moving forward on the rest of what we have in our disposal on the telemetry side is we also have a few different ways we can view the data with all this data coming in and viewable on the Aurora 9 we can also tap into the data port on the back of the spectra module and start using outboard devices be it our HTS voice our HTS iView module and also then the the Aurora 9 will will piggyback everything back through the HTS Navi and dump it into our PC so we can take a look at the PC view of everything so let’s start by looking at the eye view since it requires that data connection as well we’re gonna go ahead and plug in a cable and this on the HP P 22 clinic we talked about these cables that are available it’s actually a female-to-female it’s gonna ship but you’re gonna have one with shipped with your IV you’re gonna have fun shipped with most of the products that need it so power on the transmitter power on the receiver with the telemetry station onboard and then plug in your HTS iView module follow this order of operations and you’ll find it works quite well we have an iPad here iPad Mini that has the new lightning port on it as opposed to the 30-pin you notice that the iview module actually is a 30 pin connector which works great on the iphone 4 4 s and in previous versions but when you go to the to the new products like the iphone 5 and of course the iPad and iPad Mini you have the Lightning port the adapter works just fine if we go ahead and plug in the adapter see the blue light flash and then as we launch the software what you’re gonna get is a consistent blue light flashing the launch on the ihds eye view and you can go out and find us on the Apple Store it’s HTS – I view and you’ll be able to find it it says that it’s successfully linked and now we have a consistent blue flashing icon so anything we see or anything we do on the model is gonna show up here our speed is reporting gingka’s we’re indoors from outdoors it’s it’s the satellite of the GPS isn’t getting a signal as we go through and start running up our motor will notice our rpm will start showing up and these are by ten thousand so we’re at 10,000 rpm roughly right there if you had a second rpm sensor it would show up as well our temperatures are displayed across the front as well and this is the main view altitude 0 feet again trip and current our current sensing is done real-time as well but

our GPS data isn’t coming through at all since we’re not using this outdoors so and we also have our volt from our main pack eleven point nine eleven point eight volts and then we have our receiver battery which is RB as VEC feed at 5.0 volts now we can go into another level as we can record what’s taking place generally we can also go into detail and say all right here’s our GPS signal I’ve got a 50% signal here which isn’t that’s generous because I’m not getting good a good lock in we can take a look at our RPM and there’s another another indication or another way to look at our rpm so depending on what you want to see out in the field it’ll start updating that it’ll track that rpm as it changes we can also go back here and look at temperature and there’s our four temperature sensors reading the nose in real-time we also have fuel I don’t have any fuel in the fuel tank we do have a fuel sensor around there so it would indicate our fuel level and then current voltage so receiver batteries of five volts the main pack volt is at eleven point nine volts no current or what is being consumed other than just some transient readings as we kick in and start consuming it’s gonna it’s gonna calculate in real time based on the voltage and the current what our wattage consumption is so we’re choosing or we’re drawing about seven eight watts and about 10 watts now power so that’s the detail you as far as the the measurement unit of measurement go to set up and you can choose the unit’s here metric or imperial you can also go back to our PM and you can choose the range so you can actually custom a lay out the the range of the actual RPM that you’re seeing now if you’re picking off of a prop if you’ve actually got the if you’re doing optical rpm sensing you’re gonna want to choose how many blade prop you have or rotor blades of course – or a four bladed rotors something like that you’re gonna want to choose X it’s going to be doing the vision of the actual times that gets interrupted the image gets interrupted the light does so you’ll want to choose the right prop if you’re going off of that I’m going off the barrel and motor so it really doesn’t matter I just leave it on – on everything so it’s a you know it’s a it’s a true reading from the optical RP air from the magnetic rpm this applies to your optical rpm again you can set a red zone and also range on that as well for your RPMs temperature you can go through and name them here so you can have custom names on the HTS iview interface and then you can also choose the red zone where the critical zones are current voltage receiver battery and we can choose what the actual receiver battery is we can customize it if we were running a little minor phosphate we can choose the six point 6 volts as our receiver battery and then we’re gonna look at the actual voice the HTS voice we can go through and turn on warnings for rpm ones – templates one through four and also our current and electrical information so when we look at the one more feature this down here is map if we actually have the GPS registering outdoors we’d be able to take advantage of the fact that it knows where we’re at right now if not knowing what we’re at other than our last location it does show the display in fact when I did it I did the test layout it picked the the plane up right in my driveway so it saw the plane actually sitting there in the driveway because I had information or those stuff sitting out on some stands in the garage so you can actually look at where you’ve been we’re in in what took place in the flight from this map view which is a really neat feature so you can kind of get an idea where all you flew a lot of times you think you’re a lot closer in than you were and in fact you’re a lot further out so if you’re climbing obstructions like waise or walk pads or something like that is a good way to verify it you’re flying within a safe area and in do so after the flight so main goes back to our our display again this works on multiple devices iOS works fine with lighting the 30-pin adapter that’s the HTS ivu software I’ll go ahead and continue next and take a look at the HTS Navi interface on the PC all right you want to watch the HTTP 22 clinic that we did on use and download everything else of the HTTP 22 software we’re gonna go ahead and launch it and then we’re gonna do is plug in our or Navi we can even do this we’re gonna go as high tech telemetry system command center since we’re gonna have our telemetry functions there so you noticed we can go into our demo mode as we mentioned in the clinic and take a look at what a display looks like there’s the Nitro display and all the good stuff there we’re gonna go ahead and do this real time so let’s go ahead and go back and then we’re gonna plug in the HTS Nabby and our first step is we need to bind or link the HTS Nabby to our transmitter so let’s go ahead and kill the transmitter now that the HTS navvies plugged in we do have the option to go into it and choose some of the options so we’re gonna choose link and then click on the icon and it’s gonna give us some instructions we’ve press and hold the link button on the HSN a B until the blue light goes out it next and now it’s in link mode there we go the blue eyes out we got a red red light only we can let off the

link button and now straight take the link settle for the transmitter so we choose next then we pressing all the link button on a Spectre 2.4 gig module and then turn on the radio system and choose yes for transmit so we’re gonna go ahead and plug in our pushing in a link button on the back of the spectrum module turn it on and we’re gonna choose yes for transmit and then you can release the button at that point so now we look at the module is flashing blue in some cases it’s flashing red all you do is press down the link button hold it for a couple seconds it’ll switch over to blue you want the spectrum module flashing blue and you also want the blue LED flashing on the module itself we’ll click Next on that and it’s red LED blue and everything looks good there next and now it’s linked so but you’re gonna want to do though is after its length is go ahead and kill the software unplug the HTS Navi plug it back in turn off your receiver transmitter as well that way everything gets fresh after you everything you linked to devices you always want to power on down and back up so they’re out of that link mode well launch a QP 22 again we’ll go into hi-tech telemetry system Center and now we’re back up and we have the HTS Navi plugged in so it’s an option keep in mind though and we’ll show this at this time only the nitrous plane in the blue for electric displays where HTS s modules are configured to work with the HP 22 software down the road we will be able to activate also the HTS s advanced it’s just so new that there’s software has been released for it but this is where we can actually upgrade the HTS Navy as well we can say upgrade it’s gonna go through look at it look at the upgrade function it’s gonna look at the current version version 1.02 we can say upgrade if you want to and we’ll select the version and 1.02 is the current one so if we want to needed update it we could click on that click yes and go through and update our software on our firmware on our HTS and Abbey so we’re gonna go ahead and back out of this and back out and now we’re back at the main screen let’s go ahead and switch over to a radio system with our HTS s nitro sensor station on board and we’ll take a look at how that how that appears in this software okay we’ve got our optics six port now linked to the HTS nav you just follow the same procedure to jibbety or or nine and we’ve got an HTS s for nitro center station the optoma 9 receiver and just a couple of sensors we have a couple of temperature sensors wired in so we have some data to work with so I was doing a bunch of different things here let me go ahead and exit out I’ll go ahead and relaunch it just to make sure we don’t have anything confused and we’re gonna go into our hi-tech telemetry system software we’re gonna select our target is HTS SM nitro and then choose the HTS Nabi that’s gonna ask us connect sensor data display I’m gonna say yes go ahead and display the sensor data and there it is so we’ve got our – all we have is our two temperature sensors on here right now that are plugged in but as you’d see it’ll immediately start climbing up as I start and then going into the red zone we had a threshold set at a fairly low temperature so we’ve got already the data display which is kind of cool depending on the sensor station you choose it’ll it’ll kind of determine which sensor information is displayed on the screen there are a couple things want to be aware of for example we can also we can go into to our setup and we can go through and choose if we want Imperial or metric on all of our measurements we can also go through and set up like our temperature warnings our range we can even determine the range even though it goes minus 40 to 392 degrees Fahrenheit we can set that to a shorter range so we don’t have all these you know it’s it shows pretty small and you get a 20 degree variance down here but if we take that we’ve take the all the temperatures and we make it – we know we’re not gonna be flying in minus 40 so we go through and we say let’s go ahead and make that you know 50 degrees Fahrenheit and then we take this – let’s say we’ll go a hundred and thirty degrees and then so we’re gonna stick with on that so down here on the red zone you know where does it become critical I don’t say if it gets to I don’t know when they get 100 degrees you want to know so a hundred degrees we’ve now got fifty to a hundred and thirty and a hundred degrees now I can just set that for the first one which is what I was on or I could set that problem I say all changed I go ahead and say all change and it’s gonna change my range now from my 50 to 130 degrees so I’ve got a little better granularity on the a display I’m looking for so same thing with range the or the

RPM range and also you can set up the gear ratio if you wanted to calculate based on optical rpm what you’re dealing with therefore for those so now you have a better granularity we’re down here 63 64 degrees 50 degrees Fahrenheit on the other sensors itself so that’s uh that’s how you adjust the actual setup of itself you can record and playback as well you can also go into the display and this is where we can do our 3d display for example if we wanted vector information on our GPS data coming back to us and we’d do that and this is a pretty efficient way to do it it’ll show you where you’re at your lat law and your altitude everything else we can go ahead and also view on the display 3d Google Earth so you can actually see your aircrafts represented on a 3d Google Earth map based on Latin lawn data where it went and what its activity was to out the course of the flight either in real time or after the flights completed so it’s pretty neat pretty interface it’s a nice little way to see it nice graphical way to see it’s also a nice way to store and recall the information much like the HSI view but this gives a little bigger format to work with and those files are portable then you can save those those log files and play them back at a later date so that’s the HTS HTS Navi using the HP P 22 software again there’s a clinic out there for the HPP 22 they’ll give you full information as to how to download everything now something else we’ll do through the HP 22 software is will update the HTS voice firmware and we can also adjust the settings on the HTS voice in order to tap into the HTS voice we’re gonna go ahead and in access it through the HTTP 22 module so we’ll go ahead and pull that back out here’s the module we’ll connect our USB cable make sure that that’s active and ready to go we can go ahead and set our telemetry stuff off to the side here and the HTS voice we have attached to the Aurora 9 and that actually tapped the data into the radio system we’re going to need one of the data cables we wouldn’t use it first to access the HP 22 for the setup so by default the the HTS voice has pretty much everything turned on which it’s you’d find out really quickly would be annoying the HTS voice itself actually if you just hold down the multifunction button it’ll turn the unit on it’ll announce this being turned on and you can and you can go through I’ll go ahead and turn it back off for now you can go ahead and throw and choose your function by rotating that wheel forward and backward we’re gonna tap in the HPP 22 module here and we’re gonna do a firmware update or excuse me a setup we’ve already covered the firmware update procedures and in another clinic so we’re gonna take a look at the HTS voice since the HP 22 is plugged in I have both of these options available to me we’re going to say HTS voice we’re gonna go ahead and do setup and that’s the key thing so we click on the icon then and it’s gonna say plug in to p1 off the HTTP 22 it’s flashing which means it’s ready and it’s going to tell us to plug in to the data port up on the voice and then turn the unit on so we’ll press that button down I’ll turn it so you can see the LED and then once the units on it’ll go through and read it anything about this is you’ve got you have you can totally customize what’s being said back to you on the HTS voice again you can’t use a year bud and how do I recommend it if you’re flying with a group it gets pretty annoying pretty quickly and I can speak from personal experience having somebody beside me if one of these things chatter in a way every 30 seconds or 10 seconds about their levels it just it starts messing with your head you start thinking it’s your your battery levels of stuff but so the earbuds are definitely a courtesy thing sticking some earphones and use that Jack if you can mode selection default mode is to wear everything chatters in everything all of the warning options are sensor options are turned down so I immediately go into custom mode you can choose your measurement their imperial metric and then chattering ten second or 30 second chattering just chatting away just keep cycling through all the different settings ten seconds is every 10 seconds it goes from reports 30 seconds every 30 seconds now you fit on 32nd you can save it any time as you make changes click on save it’ll upload it to the HT s voice it doesn’t take long to drop everything up there and then we can switch over to announcing on and off so do you want anything announced this is just italy 30 seconds it will announce these things some people like to just have maybe battery or maybe just engine temperature or maybe esc temperature really depends on what your critical measurements are but this is where you’re going to choose the announcement so every single 30 seconds it’s gonna chat out whatever you’ve told to do so I’ve got a random selection here turned on and off you can choose whatever you want to whatever makes the most sense for your application and of course warning selection now it will announce warnings regardless of time interval as soon as one of these warnings are met it’ll announce it out to you to let you know so you can set your battery you can

set your fuel level you can set all the critical information be at a temperature for the engine or for anything else you can set all that up in there as well to be able to announce it at the time that as soon as one of those threshold and stress holds or meatrix and it met or exceeded so this is a really handy area but you’re gonna want to go in before you use your HTS voice you’re gonna want to pick up the HP 20 to get in here and make all these setting adjustments for what works for you depending on your ambient temperatures sometimes you know 100 degree variance between ambient temperature and motor temperature under heavy run an electric motor power plant is not uncommon but if you say RA that arbitrarily is then you know two hundred and ninety degrees or two hundred eighty degrees or excuse me to what you know two hundred degrees because the ambient temperatures you know ninety five today maybe it’s you know it’s another 100 degrees it’s it’s one ninety five but then all the sudden you’re flying in a fifty degree day you shouldn’t be getting up to that temperature so you’re really gonna have to make those adjustments based on what your flying conditions are what your local temperature is your local weather and also you know what you have things set up some power plants run hotter than others so that’s how you adjust all that stuff and those are for the warnings and will only tell you when these are reached if you take an announcements and you pretty much turn all these off you just slide them to the off position she’s not gonna be bugging you the the invoice announcer isn’t gonna be chatting inner-ear constantly so we just turn everything off and you won’t hear a darn thing only one warning has come about which kind of is kind of a cool way to do it you know it’s it’s really I want to know when my battery gets low so I don’t have to listen to some arbitrary tone going off of my radio because I have different thresholds that up so that’s how you do that we’ll go ahead and leave a couple of announcements on so you can hear what that’s like I’ll turn this on this one we’ll go ahead and do current level so we’ll go ahead and save that to the module it’ll announce it out and we’ll give you a sample of what the actual voice sounds like when you’re using it so when you’re using your HTS voice you’re gonna plug it into the data the data port on the back of your spectra module now the itec or the optics exported data port back here which is the same thing data port there and there same thing with the Eclipse seven you’ll see it a discreet data port you’re gonna plug the module into that you should get the clarity right then you can around this cable around it makes sense it’s not gonna cause any interference your problems at all and now you’ve got your HTS voice hooked up to your transmitter so we kick it on and take a look at our telemetry data problems up there we go we can go ahead and go into our sensor and take a look at our sensor data you know just what its go into the cockpit view make sure everything’s still working over there there we go everything’s still functioning just fine so now we’ve got data coming in to our Aurora 9 or into our transmitter and as soon as we turn on our voice module she’s gonna start talking to us hold down the power button till the blue light comes on so there it is we’ll go through a new report every 30 seconds based on what’s said it what’s setup and I also heard an alert initialization that my battery was too low that was based on a thresholds that I set in the HTTP 22 software and you’ll hear that little tone the warning tone and it’ll tell you that there’s a problem it will announce what the problem is and she instructed me to change a battery immediately so hold down the power button and that’ll turn it off you’ll get an acknowledgment and that’s it that’s how simple the HTS voice is if you’ve already got Clemmie tree built-in and you’ve done all the configuration there on your radio system just simply going through and setting it up in the HTTP 22 software it’s going to make the settings or make to it and make it useful for your application so it’s a it’s a benefit not annoyance out at the airfield well that wraps up our three part series on hi-tech telemetry if you’d like more information including availability of sensors sensor stations module and accessories as well as compatible radio systems you can go to the hi-tech website at high-tech our CD comm thanks for watching and good luck with your planetary project you

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