Recording time at least 100 hours
with 2GB micro SD card with maximum data volume and maximum number of sensors. The exchange for a larger, commercially available micro SD card is possible at any time.
Start / stop of the recording
Can be controlled via the remote control, alternatively auto-start / stop when switching on or off.
Trajectory display via GPS data in GoogleEarth
Data export via LogView in “.kml” data format for GoogleEarth. Is possible with the MULTIPLEX GPS # 8 5417 from version 1.30.
Operation as data logger in the transmitter possible
The FlightRecorder can also be operated as a telemetry data logger in the transmitter. The FlightRecorder is connected to the “COM.” Interface * on the HFM3, HFM4, HFMx V2, HFMG or COCKPIT SX M-LINK. However, complete data recording with the maximum data rate of the telemetry and sensor values is only guaranteed when the model is operated as a real flight recorder. The FlightRecorder can also be operated in the transmitter at the same time as the Telemetry-Display # 4 5182!
* For older modules HFM3 and HFM4 M-LINK as well as the COCKPIT SX M-LINK, a hardware or software update may be required (service offer under Downloads)
“Stand alone operation” possible
The FlightRecorder can also be operated without the M-LINK system (receiver and transmitter). The data of the directly connected sensors are recorded (e.g. in models without 2.4GHz or third-party RC systems or independent of model sport for: hikes, bike tours, etc.)
Firmware can be updated
via PC / Internet update (MULTIPLEX Launcher) with USB PC cable (UNI) # 8 5149
MSB = MULTIPLEX sensor bus
• Intelligent sensors with sensor bus system (MSB)
• Up to 16 sensors can be connected in series
• No additional sensor box required