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  1. TCADJ

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    How do you get to the flight logs?
     
  2. DroneClone

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    Connect the H to you PC with the GUI app, I heard you may be able to extract from the ST16 too, but have not seen how as of yet myself!
     
  3. M Keys

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    you can connect your ST16 controller to PC and find the logs in the flight logs\Telemetry directory
     
  4. charliehorse

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    All I could see there were .crv files. Is there a way to read them?
     
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  5. M Keys

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    you can read them in Microsoft Excel or the download Yuneec's GUI app for Windows
     
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  6. charliehorse

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    Thanks for that info.
     
  7. h-elsner

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  8. DroneClone

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    Says Q500, will it work on H file logs? Thanks!
     
  9. Paladin

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    I wonder how many logs the ST16 will let build up? Will it remove old ones after a time? I know it can hold a lot but not infinite. i:)i
    Will it overwrite them once x amount of them are recorded or x days go by? Just curious. i:)i
     
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  10. DroneClone

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    Excellent question! And when if it doesn't, does it bog down the speed of the 16?
     
  11. charliehorse

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    I see TH listed in the description .pdf so Probably yep.
    I like the Google Earth tracking feature.
     
  12. h-elsner

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    If I understand the SW in ST16 right the it will delete log files if there are more than 100. If you have a TH do more than 100 flights and check then the flightlog directory on the ST16.

    And yes, the Q500log2kml will also work for H920, Typhoon H and Blade Chroma. It will also convert to more than KML (also GPX, DashWare). It's just the name as I start to develop it. The first intension was to convert flight path to KML for Google Earth. But some month (and many work hours) later - it is much more. The focus is now to analyze the FlightLogs, see whats happen, find problems and so on. Recently I have added the 4 new Flight Modes (26 - 29) of the Typhoon H, that I found in the ST16 SW.

    br HE
     
  13. JCFlippen

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    h-elsner thanks for your work. I look forward to using the program to keep details of my H flights. Not totally sure where to start but I have found my old laptop and downloaded the SF. Will now read back through the thread.
     
  14. DroneClone

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    Excellent work you have put together, and works perfectly!:)
     
  15. JCFlippen

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    Do I need an SD card in the ST16 or are flights up till now(I will put card in for future flights) in the pad somewhere?
     
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    They are stored on the ST16 internal memory and can be accessed via file manager in the pad. You can then use file manager to copy them to a SD card.
     
  17. Basicbill

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    Or by simply connecting a PC to the ST16 by an appropriate USB cable. The internal memory of the "pad" can be accessed and browsed, viewed, copied or pasted using the PC.
     
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