airspeed sensor not working

ive installed my airspeed indicator but when i tested it in console mode under test the data output i got was nanm/s and it didnt change when i try breathing in the tube

i checked that voltage is presant but im not sure how to check the analoge output has anyone seen this please

cheers

 

forgot to add i changed the firmware to the dec 13 version and it didnt change

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    I have a problem with my airspeed indicator ( MPXV7002DP ) When ever i check the voltage on the pins its shows 

    Pin 2 & 3 = 4.9v

    Pin 2 & 4 = 4.8v  

    Pin 3 & 4 = .01v

    Any body has same problem ? 

    Thanks

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  • Distributor

    Which air speed sensor are you using?  This one or This one

     

    If you are using the MPXV7002DP then check the following on your air speed sensor.

     

    No air pressure in pipes:


    Pin 2 & 3 = 4.9v
    Pin 2 & 4 = 2.46v
    Pin 3 & 4 = 2.42v

    Air pressure in bottom tube:


    Pin 2 & 4 = 4.8v
    Pin 3 & 4 = .03v


    Air pressure in top tube:


    Pin 2 & 4 = .03v
    Pin 3 & 4 = 4.86v


    I have shown the pin numbers on the file attached, the voltage did not change on pins 2 & 3 throughout the tests.

     

     

    3692145102?profile=original

    Please post back with the additional informtion.

     

    Kind Regards

     

    Martin.


    www.buildyourowndrone.co.uk

     

     

     

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