Now the time has come. The version 1.0.0 is ready and with it the long-awaited support for Futaba. Thus the AnySense is now available for Futaba pilots and brings you all the telemetry data of your Naza / Wookong / Phantom with just one compact module to your remote control.
This not only saves costs in the procurement of additional sensors, but also unnecessary weight which has a positive effect on the flight time.
In addition, all data will also be saved on the storage card of your remote control. With the right tools, you can easily visualise the content of the storage card, export it to Excel or even embed it into existing videos.
The AnySense provides the telemetry values by reusing existing Futaba sensors screens. For example, the GPS data of the Naza is transmitted in the same way how the SBS-01G sensor is displayed. How these telemetry values are displayed on your remote control, you can refer to the following pictures.
The initial setup is very easy but offers at the same time an individual configuration to integrate seamless into your environment.
For this purpose the AnySense is simply connected to the CAN bus of Naza, Wookong or phantom and to the S.BUS2 port of your Futaba receiver.
In the default configuration the sensors are mapped to the corresponding start slot like depicted. But you can change the mapping under port configuration of your AnySense.
The telemetry values current, capacity and lowest lipo cell are online provided with Phantom 2 or additional FrSky sensors.
- Futaba S.BUS2 support
- optimized capacity, lowest cell and lipo percentage calculation
- added Smartbattery percentage and capacity
- HoTT Alarm definition simplified
- Serial Port auto detection and extended information
- Konfiguration Manager UI enhancements
- FrSky S.Port default mapping (cells, current)
- Bugfix for incompatible Wookong M HW Versions