Marshall Dias's Discussions (20)

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"I will be sending the APM up to 100K ft in a traditional HAB (High Altitude Balloon)…"

Marshall Dias replied Nov 22, 2011 to 13,000ft Flight - Sensor Failure

20 Nov 25, 2011
Reply by patrice.rance

"No data on pressure tolerances in the data sheet..."

Marshall Dias replied Nov 20, 2011 to 13,000ft Flight - Sensor Failure

20 Nov 25, 2011
Reply by patrice.rance

"Temps weren't even below zero at that altitude."

Marshall Dias replied Nov 20, 2011 to 13,000ft Flight - Sensor Failure

20 Nov 25, 2011
Reply by patrice.rance

"I obtained the data sheets for the axis sensors on the IMU, and they have an operati…"

Marshall Dias replied Nov 1, 2011 to 13,000ft Flight - Sensor Failure

20 Nov 25, 2011
Reply by patrice.rance

"Sorry Ken, ur right,  Typo.  But still I find it hard to believe that 20F is too col…"

Marshall Dias replied Nov 1, 2011 to 13,000ft Flight - Sensor Failure

20 Nov 25, 2011
Reply by patrice.rance

"Thats great, Mine was set to 1, so I changed to to '0'.   That still leaves the most…"

Marshall Dias replied Oct 31, 2011 to 13,000ft Flight - Sensor Failure

20 Nov 25, 2011
Reply by patrice.rance

"IF it is a hardware limitation, what will it take to code the ability to disable the…"

Marshall Dias replied Oct 31, 2011 to 13,000ft Flight - Sensor Failure

20 Nov 25, 2011
Reply by patrice.rance

"I cant imagine that cold to be an issue.  -23F (-7C) isn't THAT cold.   Did experien…"

Marshall Dias replied Oct 31, 2011 to 13,000ft Flight - Sensor Failure

20 Nov 25, 2011
Reply by patrice.rance

"Thank you!  Very helpful.   It begs to ask why time is based on "seconds from UTC…"

Marshall Dias replied Aug 31, 2011 to What are the fields in GPS log string?

3 Aug 31, 2011
Reply by Marshall Dias

"More specifically,   515000,1,5,41.099739,-92.449402,0,0.71,264.91,0.2,259.85 516000…"

Marshall Dias replied Aug 30, 2011 to What are the fields in GPS log string?

3 Aug 31, 2011
Reply by Marshall Dias

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