I would like to invite you to this year's VBar and VBar Control event at MBC Hanau, on the 20th and 21st of June 2015.
We want to put on an event again since, until then, there will be very many novelties from Mikado. To see them in the air, to touch them, to discuss them with us shall be the main purpose of the event, apart from flying your own models and watching exciting demos from our team pilots. Read more »
Since VBar Control is already used widely by many people, we now have a new firmware variant for the Vbar that is called VPlane for Airplanes. Read more »
The interface for wireless simulator for VBar Control is now available. The set contains all needed connection wires. It includes a full receiver satellite, that may be used for other purposes as well.
The Interface works with the usual PPM inputs of all simulators that support free channel mapping.
The interface can be supplied by a USB port, so no other external power supply is needed. Read more »
The first major update for VBar Control is available! We pick up many if not most of your requests and wishes, and at the same time extend the range of features.
Thanks to our automated online update feature, getting the new stuff is extremely straightforward: download the new VBar Control Manager, connect your VBar Control to the computer, and watch it installing and updating. Please follow these Instructions!
Let me unveil a couple of the new features:
Logging feature redefined: Read more »
Currently its already possible to manage your batteries with the battery log function of VBar Control.
Now there is a new stage available, to let the radio do everything for you automatically, and without any additional steps in the normal flying routine.
We call this "Battery ID". Every battery gets a tag sticked to it, that can be read wirelessly by a reader installed in the model next to the battery. VBar Control is now aware of the battery installed, and can adjust all needed values for the battery monitoring and alarms automatically! Read more »