I expect that you integrate your Datalink v2 product into ArduCopter ASAP. Preferably using a CAN connection, there are two CAN connectors on the Datalink v2 so it should be possible.
That will allow users to avoid doing Notch filter calibrations on their vehicles, and access all the nice telemetry information from all the ESCs. This is a LOT more important than self locking propellors.
Hi Amilcarlucas, first of all, thank you for your comment, which has also been transferred to T-MOTOR’S R&D team, the development of technology and the test for whether is suitable for our product need some time, but we will still work on it since the market trend is so important for us.
Hi Everyone, firstly thank you all for those comments, we appreciate that you can leave time here and express your feelings, and as I said in the previous post, what I can do is collect market information and convey it to our R&D colleagues as completely as possible. and the follow-up research and development of a technology takes time, and internal evaluation is not something that can be completed or promised in a short period of time, so I hope everyone can understand.
Don’t hold your breath😂 I don’t even think tmotor knows what to do with the datalink2. An example would be some of the original Alpha esc’s that can’t communicate with the datalink. You can’t even update your firmware. Communication with a Cube, that would be a pipe dream : )
We went through every version with customer support. It will record data though, but it’s a little buggy. RPM’s are double what they really are. Kind of sad as I had replaced all the U8pro’s and Flames esc’s with more modern U8II’s and Alpha HV esc’s lol. Just not modern enough for the Datalink2. At 8 units, a bit of an expensive mistake.
What type of records would you need? I have recorded data from the Datalink2 of some flights. Those are the logs showing my U8II 100kv motors spinning at 4700rpm’s at hover. Being an X8 at 16kg, I’m pretty sure that double. Could have something to do with the new Datalink2 not using the Alpha dedicated rpm wire.