EagleTree MicroPower E-Logger NEW: Eagle Tree continues to innovate in data collection with the eLogger V4. In addition to greatly enhanced resolution and accuracy, the V4 now supports voltage to 80 volts, current to 100 amps (150 amps optional), GPS (with optional GPS Expander), 5 x the logging capacity of the V2, Three Temperatures, and Throttle Logging (or logging of two RPMs)!
Here are the key features of the MicroPower:
Logs pack current to +/- 100 amps and voltage from about 4.5 volts to 45 volts
Current is measured with a true Hall Effects Sensor - NOT a resistance shunt!
Great for bench monitoring of battery charging also!
NEW: Accepts optional inexpensive sensors for Temperature, RPM (brushless, magnetic or optical), Airspeed, Altitude, Servo Current, Throttle Movement, and more, available below
All data is logged to permanent memory, which retains the data even when the power is removed
Software computes Wattage, mAH, etc. for complete e-flight data.
Fully Compatible with Windows Vista, 98SE, ME, Win2K and XP?
Integrated USB with included cable (NOT a USB to serial port cable like other loggers)
Supports simultaneous Temp and RPM sensors, or two Temps
Weighs about 0.5 oz (17 grams). Version with Wire Leads weighs slightly more.
Supports USB Live Mode, which lets you see whats happening in the model LIVE on the bench, on your PC
Adjustable logging rate (1-10 samples/second) and lossless data compression for long log times
Comes with our state of the art Windows virtual playback display and graphing
Powerful Graphing software has advanced charting features, such as amps vs volts
Internet Updatable firmware - as we add new features or (heaven forbid) have a firmware bug, the update is just a download away! No need to ship hardware back and forth.
what other GPS will fit this e logger apart from the GPS Expander for R/C V4 Data Recorder now out of stock ,,can any 1 help me with this , as i only nothing to fit it is left in stock ,as i want Return to home Compass function as the eagletree offers or better .
Any 3.3V Gps module would fit. you just have to find out the cabling sequence not to burn it (See the Eagletree documentation to rely on this information). Gps needs also to be running at 10hz and must have some few options that are generally set on by default. GPS must be UART and TTL compatible which is generally the case. If you already have one used on the same setup, just connect the TX cable and it would work.
OSD don´t works without E-logger, but e-logger without OSD yes. OSD-Pro is a "add" to E-logger that put data on video transmision, E-logger witout OSDPRO only is a data recorder that can be read at landing* with OSPRO is a complete on-line data transmission system over the video signal.
The logger is installed on aircraft, betwen battery and ESC, to measere and log voltaje and current. Data are stored on itself and can be downloaded to PC at landing vía USB cable. If you want "on-line" data, you must buy OSD pro to conect it together on aircraft and put data over FPV camera signal (you need FPV visdeo system with camera,tx and rx.
I find that very hard to believe. HK has had my funds for over 2 months now. I had to cancel my order to get credit would not refund my credit card. I went ahead and bought the E-Logger that had the pigtails. Had to buy the other 5 pieces from someone else. One heck of a large HK points to use. Wont happen again.
Actually your ETS-OSD plugs into the logger, it's the heart of the eagle tree system, collecting all the data. You can use it even without OSD for testing your setup and read out afterwards on the pc. The data you want on your ETS OSD is stored on the logger unit.
Logs pack current to /- 100 amps (150 amps with MPRV4-LEADS-150) and voltage from about 5 volts to 80 volts Current is measured with a true Hall Effects Sensor - NOT a power robbing resistance shunt Adjustable logging rate (from 50 samples per second to one sample every 5 minutes) 16 times the logging space of the standard eLogger V3, and lossless data compression. Typically logs all available sensors for about four hours, at 10Hz. Al
What about HobbyKing start to make all the parts compatible with their battery plugs?
Like the eLogger with XT_60 instead of Deans plugs?
I'm tired of having to unsolder and solder new plugs here for almost everything I oder
I'm afraid that by some very strange reason I've received v3 instead of this v4 one. Very strange since HK does not even sale the v3 withoiut wires... I wonder what happened here. Still waiting from CS.
It should definitely show under your orders list that you ordered V4. There can be no mistaking on your part as only the latest, V4 has the micro USB connector and it has V4 written all over the place. I just checked, and mine shipped out from HK on 27-Mar-2011 if it is any help for you. I hope you get it sorted out with CS. I have plenty of V2 and V3, would have been a real ***mer to get an old version again :)
It would like to know if somebody could me ajudarm what I need to buy to mount my OSD FPV, would like to have my video with informaç~eos of the GPS and Volts of the battery. Which the modules that necessary of the HK. Debtor. Sergio - Brazil.
If you only want to see Volts and GPS info, then you need following ET gear (3 items): E-Logger (V4 gives more storage over V3), OSD or OSD Pro and GPS (V4 is 10Hz and lighter than the 5Hz older suff I have). You can monitor 2 battery voltages with this setup.
Ok, I did find the heavy duty 150A version, but it's the V3 version of the 150A version. Same price though as from EagleTree directly though. This V4 100A is a lot cheaper on HobbyKing than from EagleTree. Unfortunately, I think 100A is not going to be enough.
What application are you looking at? If your application does not fall within the specs of the 100A version you have to wait for the 150A version. All mine are 100A versions (I have V2,V3,V4) and for the stuff I fly I never exceed the voltage or Amps specs of the 100A v. e-Logger.
Mines been on backorder since the beginning of October. Doesn't look promising, especially as it is not a current model.
Looks like it is just Hobbyking's way of keeping money in the bank!!!
Wonder if they will pay us interest?
If you decide that you no longer want to wait for this item, you don't have to count your money gone. Use the "Live Chat" and ask for them to delete this item from your backorder list, and tell them you want the money put towards your credit points. You can then use them when you buy your next order.
Mine has been on backorder since 11 Nov 2010. Back then, the product status was "Stock updated frequently". Now, in late Feb 2011, the status "Stock updated frequently. Mid Late January" doesn't sound very convincing.
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I've been flying strictly electrics for 5 years now. This logger is the best tool since the original watt-meter. It's small and light enough to place in a small helicopter. Data is very accurate. Live mode allows the user to have it connected to you laptop for a dyno-like experience. Data is displayed in analog and digital display. Playback is normal, fast, or slow. Graphing can be one variable at once (ex. volts only) or multiple (ex. volts, watts, amps). Graphs can be exported in .jpg, .pdf, .gif formats and more. Raw data can be exported to microsoft excel. Perfect for helis which are normally difficult to work with a watt meter. Use the LCD as a "gas tank" since it displays cummulative mah used. Very cool.
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8 thumbs up!
This is my third E-logger i bought. First was a v2 logger and now i have two v3 logger. I use them in connection with other sensors for FPV (First Person View) flying with an Multiplex Moviestar. here are the sensors i connect to it: 1.GPS (for way to home) 2.Altimeter (for better altitude) 3.Speedmeter (for real speed, not ground speed) 4.Temperatur sensor for Lipo temp 5.NEW Eagle Tree OSD (to display all the parameters on my video) 6. RSSI as servo output to the loggers throttle input to see the RSSI in pcnt
Works really great and is so easily plug and play. You can also use the logger for bench testing with the brushless rpm meter to check how an motor perform on the desk.
5 Stars for an great product with great support from Eagle tree (look at rcgroups.com at the eagletree section)
Faulty unit received needs to be sent back to EagleTree for calibration at my expense. Very inaccurate Amp readings.
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6 thumbs up!
It is small enough to fit most planes including foam ones, and it is really easy to configure and use. It should have more memory capacity though, or a connection for a micro SD or something that could ensure recording a full day of flight. Currently I get something like 2 hours recording max, with V and I only, so I can imagine using GPS, Temp and RPM all at the same time will limit to 30mins or less.
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6 thumbs up!
Excellent little logger. Using it to check my Trex Amps, Voltage and head speed. Software upgrades are coming frequently and software is easy to use. Weights next to nothing onboard. Only downside is the frontside sticker. It contains info about the connectors and is about to come of all the time. Still holding...