This is a minor release with three new features, all related to airspeed.
The first is to support the MS5525 sensor on multiple I2C addresses. Two new values of the ARSDP_TYPE are introduced (4 and 5) for specific I2C addresses. This allows you to deconflict the MS5525 from a MS5611 barometer on the same bus.
The second is the addition of a driver for the SDP33 airspeed sensor. This is an interesting sensor sold by Drotek that doesn’t need zero offset calibration for each flight. It is still considered experimental.
The third new feature is dual airspeed sensor support, which allows you to have two independent airspeed sensors. At the moment the failover between the sensors is very simple (it will only failover if
the primary stops communicating). More sophisticated failover methods will be introduced in the future. To enable a 2nd airspeed sensor set the ARSPD2_TYPE parameter to the type of the 2nd sensor. You can combine any types of sensor.
Please post test results in this thread!