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checking out the altimeter


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Posted by: Kartman, Tom


Bottle test of production unit 3594

Bottle test unit 292793594 (upload from released iOS app). Units 0952 and 3606 also in the bottle at the same time.


Posted by: bcawley1, Bernard


Bottle test of production unit 0952

Bottle test unit 521950952 (upload from Android). Units 3606 and 3594 also in the bottle at the same time.


Posted by: bcawley1, Bernard


Bottle test of production unit 3606

Bottle test unit 786263606 (upload from beta iOS app). Units 0952 and 3594 also in the bottle at the same time.


Posted by: bcawley1, Bernard


Puzzlement

Messing around on the desk. Not sure what is going on. Note that this is from a pre-production unit that has been a little flaky in the past. How can the calculated velocity be zero with such wild swings in indicated altitude?


Posted by: bcawley1, Bernard


AirWalker flight 13 (from Android)

In the light. Q-Jet C12-6. Note that this was uploaded many days after the flight so the automatic weather info here does not match the actual flight data. Data posted shortly after the actual flight here: https://flightsketch.com/flights/521/


Posted by: bcawley1, Bernard


Nova Payloader (4) flight19 Android upload

Test upload from Android (Fire 7 tablet)


Posted by: bcawley1, Bernard


Nova Payloader(4) flight 19

Chinese Quest B6-4 and model in better condition. Compare with Nova Payloader(2) Flight 101 just below. Another reluctant parachute on this chilly afternoon. See Larry Kennedy's Super Neon XL flight picture below to get an idea of what the day looked like :-).


Posted by: bcawley1, Bernard


Nova Payloader(2) flight 101

Estes B6-4. Parachute was reluctant to open, but finally did, which is why descent part of the curve looks as if I had a Chute Release. Overall profile was actually quite pretty for what will probably will have been the retirement flight of this model.


Posted by: bcawley1, Bernard