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Flymaster's M1 gathers precissely gathers information from several sensors connected to the motor, recording this data and sending it via an RF interface to Flymaster instruments.
M1's high capacity memory is capable of storing motor data at regular intervals from 1 second up. This data can then be downloaded to a PC for later analysis. Using the gathered data the user can plan preventive maintenance and detect possible abnormalities in the motor.
The data collected by the M1 is sent wirelessly, in real time to any of the existing Flymaster instruments. Several data items including average fuel consumption, total flight and remaining time, current motor temperatures, etc, can be viewed on the high resolution displays provided by Flymaster instruments.
A pilot can use his Flymaster instrument for free flight or connect it to the M1 for motorized flying, giving the Flymaster instrument a dual function.
|Display Resolution||2*16 Charaters|
|Screen size (true viewing area)||66×16 mm |
|Battery Capacity (Lithium-Ion)||1750 mAh |
|Autonomy||> 30 hours|
|Temperature Sensor Resolution||1 °C|
|Motor Speed Sensor Resolution||1 r.p.m.|
|Fuel Sensor Resolution (Optional)||1 cl.|
|Size||115x50x24 mm (Length x Width x Thickness)|
|RF Interface||Allows the wireless connection to any flymaster instrument up to 10m distance|
|Native USB Connection|| |
|Article weight||0.105 kg|
|Scope of Delivery|| |
|Vario Properties||USB Interface|
Flymaster Avionics is focused to the development, design, production and marketing of navigation electronic instruments and software for gliding and ultra-light aviation.
Doing it the right way, in its business, ethics, social and environmental dimensions, creating value for customers, with passion, responsibility, quality and innovation.
All members of Flymaster development team are active pilots, giving them an unequaled understanding of a pilot's needs requirements, they test the instruments themselves actively in cross country and competitions flights.