Update for VBar Control touch - new Apps and Improvements

  • Sensorhub App which allows using a VLink or non-Vlink NEO as Sensorhub with a special Firmware (VBasic is okay here). This will allow varoius inputs like dedicated switches, counters or analog signals. It also allows a output on the hub to drive a transistor etc. for own circuits. Have a look at the description for the VBC here to get an Idea how to use it.
  • Fuelmeter App for measuring fuel consumption of turbine driven models - currently with a Flow Rate sensor connected to the Sensorhub named above.

Important Technical Information for VBar Control Touch

If tightened too much, the two lower screws holding the bottom of the case of your VBar Control Touch may apply strain to the backside of the display inside. This may lead to permanent damage to the display.

As an immediate measure, please loosen those two screws by 1-2 turns, and tighten them only so much until you feel a slight drag with just the finger tips working the tool.

As a permanent solution, please replace the existing M3x20 screws by M3x18 or put spacers below the socket head (1-2 mm or 1/32-1/16 in), to avoid accidental damage to the display.

VControl Touch Update (Amendment)

We have prepared a bigger Update for Your Radio. It contains lots of bugfixes and known issue fixes. The Update includes a firmware update as well, so your Radio will boot after the update is finished. The Patchlevel of the new Firmware is 400 Read more »

New VBar Control Touch Cloud Service

We greatly extended our Cloud Service for VBar Control. Check out the new Pages simply by clicking on the cloud here, or in the bottom left corner of the page you find the cloud in the section My V-Devices.

To use the cloud service, enable the cloud setting in your radio. The radio will start transmitting all status data to vstabi.info, but only if a network is available and you are not using your radio actively. So it will never disturb any of the normal use. Read more »

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