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Eagle Tree Systems Onboard data loggers, telemetry, and OSD support


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Old 12-03-2011, 09:48 AM   #1
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Default New to eagle tree/logging - help

Hey guys, I'm running my first large electric with the hobbywing 120hv scorpion 520LE motor and the vbar gov on 12s.
I'm really interested in logging sone flight data an it seems this is my eat option.
First, I presume I will need the v4 150amp ver. But my biggest question is how exactly are you guys installing(physically) these loggers in line between the packs and the esc.
Am I right in assuming that the esc will now plug into the logger and the battery into the logger?
My HW has that spark arrestor built into it making this a little bit of a puzzle especially to make it clean!!
Any suggestions/pics on how you guys are hooking these up to similar setups!!

Thanks guys!
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Old 12-05-2011, 04:42 PM   #2
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I would think you could make a small pigtail with the spark arrestor and plug that into the V4 then your pack into the pigtail.
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