After a user sent me a great idea for possibility to use receiver voltages as sensors for Telemetry Value To Percentage I quickly discovered that there’s some more work to do.
One of the first Lua-apps I made
This is the second Lua-app I published little over a year ago. And it shows in the code. I’m far away from good coder but even I noticed that it could use some cleaning and optimizing. Funny how you learn by doing :)
So not only is it more memory-optimized, more feature-rich but it’s now also available for DC/DS-14/16!
Only difference between 14/16 and 24 versions is that 14/16 has one percentage-option where 24-version has two. This is pure memory-thing.
Features in version 2.5
- Two separate calculators with identical functions
- Convert (almost) any telemetry sensor’s value to percentage
- User definable sensor value-range
- User definable decimals
- Possibility to use 0-100% or 100-0%
- Creates Lua control (freely usable switch)
- Enable – disable alarms
- Lua Control has freely definable alarm-point
- Alarm-point is definable to ascending or descending
- Creates telemetry window for main screen (One per sensor)
- Telemetry window label is user-definable
- Single and double telemetry-windows available
- Possibility to show sensor-value in telemetry window
- Available for all transmitters with Lua-capable firmware
- Possibility to use receiver-voltages as sensor
- Show 0% when 480ml fuel is used
- Alarm when 10% fuel left
- Show 100% when 3000mAh capacity is used
- Alarm when 90% capacity is used
- Use cell-voltage as basis for empty battery
- See receiver voltage as percentage
So, get yours here!