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Old 01-16-2017, 12:14 PM   #1
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Arrow Brain2 ESC Telemetry is Here! Firmware 3.0 Released




Brain2 ESC Telemetry is HERE!


We are very excited to announce the latest Brain2 features! Now Brain2 integrates directly with the most popular ESC’s and transmitters on the market, adding or taking over traditionally external ESC logging features. Brain2 now supports telemetry with the most popular radio systems.


As always, this is a free feature packed update.

Updated Brain.bin for jeti is here

Latest pc GUI can be downloaded here

So why is telemetry so exciting for Brain2? It brings the following features to your setup all integrated in one device:
  • Fuel Gauge for your electric!! Get every last second out of every flight. No matter the style or headspeed
  • Never accidentally over discharge a pack again. Head speeds change in flight. Style can change from relaxed to aggressive. You can spend a flight just working on tic tocs. Timers don’t work! A fuel gauge for your LiPo’s gets you on the ground on time and saves the life and investment in your batteries
  • Get alerts when you plug in a discharged pack (depends on your TX’s capability)
  • Brain2 adds or replaces the logging of data in your ESC! Have a Hobbywing with no logging capability? This is solved! Brain2 logs all the important data in it’s own on board memory. Several flights worth of space is available and can be viewed after the session. This logged data can be viewed on the same screen with other things Brain2 logs, like collective/cyclic input, making the data far more useful. All this information can also be sent to your transmitter (depending on your transmitters capability), for real time viewing, logging, and alarm.
  • Fly safer. Avoid things like thermal shut downs. Now you have live temperature data from your ESC and you can set an alarm before the ESC shuts off. Avoid over current problems and shutdowns. Make your hobby safer and easier.
  • ZERO cost. Literally you need one extra wire between the ESC and Brain2
  • No $75 externally wired sensors or logging devices needed. Remove weight. Expense. And loss in reliability with extra connections
At release, Brain2 supports the following ESCs for logging/telemetry: Castle (Castle live link), Hobbywing (v4 or newer), and Kontronik (Jive/HeliJive for now), Scorpion Tribunus (still in beta pending Scorpion firmware). More ESC manufacturers are being added as they become available.


Radios currently supported for full ESC telemetry include Spektrum, Futaba, and Jeti. If your radio is not yet supported Brain2 still has you covered and logs your ESC data in its internal flash for viewing after your flights.


With Spektrum Gen2 (or newer) and Futaba transmitters, you can set mAh consumed alarms (battery fuel gauge), temperature alarms, view live current, log data in the TX. Note that with Spektrum, Brain2 can now use SRXL and for telemetry requires receivers with integrated telemetry with SRXL support (currently only the SPM4649T which is a full range dual diversity receiver).


With Jeti in addition to all ESC telemetry, Brain2 is able to send all logged parameters which can be viewed and logged on the transmitter as well. This means that you can view things like collective inputs, gyro status, governor status, Brain2 received frames, and much more. Nitro fan? This can be priceless for quickly tuning your nitro governor remotely as an example.


The Brain2 ESC Telemetry integration is capable of logging and sending the following information from your ESC (some data is dependent on the ESC used):
  • mAh Consumed (Battery flight fuel gauge)
  • Current
  • ESC Temperature1/Temperature2 (MOSFET/CAP)
  • RPM
  • Flight Pack voltage
  • Voltage Ripple
  • RX (BEC) Voltage
  • ESC Power Out
In addition if you use a Jeti transmitter you are also able to view and log the following parameters on the transmitter:
  • RxRoll/RxElev/RxPitch/RxTail/RxThrottle/RxAux
  • Setup Number
  • SwashRoll/SwashElev
  • PitchOut
  • Throttle Out
  • Governor Engaged
  • RxFrameRate
  • AileronRotationRate/ElevatorRotationRate/TailRotationRate
  • Vibration (future update)
Some images of the new features:


New governor setup. Featuring the new ESC telemetry configuration menu





Logging setup to select the ESC and other parameters for Brain2 to log during flights




Brain2 logging critical ESC data, and displaying them with other logged data. All available in one place. The ultimate tuning and debug tool is finally here.


Telemetry sent by Brain2 to your transmitter (Futaba and Jeti shown)


The combination of Brain2/Jeti integration and fully integrated telemetry leads the market in innovation, capability, and ease of use. Never before has so much useful information and power to use it in meaningful ways been available to pilots



The new receiver selection menu featuring new Spektrum bi-directional SRXL, 11 channel DSM, and single wire mode for xbus/hot/SRXL




3 Blade heli setup option


Brain2 vibration scales enhanced


The complete change list for firmware release 3.0.000 is listed below:
• 3 blade default setups for all model sizes
• Added Jeti EX-Bus telemetry data transmission for the value selected in "Parameter settings" diagnostics logging tab
• Revised the Jeti integration releasing a new brain.bin file, with all the new parameters added in this release and some other improvements/changes and a fix for timers
• Added Futaba S.Bus2 for telemetry data transmission
• Added Spektrum SRXL decoding including telemetry data transmission (requires a receiver that has bidirectional SRXL port enabled such as the 4649T)
• Added Spektrum DSM2 11ms decoding and binding with 2048 step and more than 7 channels (compared to 22ms)
• Added a new option for HoTT-SUMD/UDI/Xbus-B/Mpx-SRXL protocol with a standard connection to the s-rec port using a normal 3 wire Female/Female cable (no more split cable needed)
• The "OLD" HoTT-SUMD/UDI/Xbus-B/Mpx-SRXL is no more selectable, and if you go in the page of receivers with the old HoTT-SUMD/UDI/Xbus-B/Mpx-SRXL selected, a warning appears to update to the new preferred single port configuration
• Now S.Bus & S.Bus2 decoding is more reliable with poor signal strength
• Reduced the load of the CPU with Jeti integration (with or without the new telemetry)
• Now the internal values of Castle Creation ESC can be read and/or logged with all the protocols and/or also transmitted with enabled telemetric protocol (Jeti, Futaba and Spektrum)
• Now the internal values of Hobbywing ESC can be read and/or logged with all the protocols and/or also transmitted with enabled telemetric protocol (Jeti, Futaba and Spektrum)
• Now the internal values of Kontronik JIVE and Heli JIVE ESC can be read and/or logged with all the protocols and/or also transmitted with enabled telemetric protocol (Jeti, Futaba and Spektrum)
• Now the code for read the internal values of Scorpion Tribunus ESC and/or logged with all the protocols and/or also transmitted with enabled telemetric protocol (Jeti, Futaba and Spektrum) is ready (but must be tested with the new Scorpion firmware not yet ready)
• In Wizard -> Governor and in Advanced -> Governor, added the menu for the selection of ESC capable to send telemetry data
• In Wizard -> Governor and in Advanced -> Governor, added the mAh Correction factor % parameter to compensate for inaccurate ESC current measurement. This is used to precisely calibrate the fuel gauge after the first flight and battery charge.
• Added the ESC log variables: "Main Battery Voltage, Main Battery Current, Main battery mAh used, ESC Power Out, ESC Temperature1, ESC Temperature2(only HW), Main Battery ripple(not HW)
• Sometimes with SW, during the change of receiver type, the reception of the radio signal is blocked and is needed to first select standard receiver then the new receiver. Fixed
• Improved "Magnet Detection" also with ESC RPM that let signal sometime low and sometime high when motor is off and now is also highlighted in software to make the graphic more visible
• RPM logs are now unfiltered to better diagnose really bad rpm sensors. Some glitches in rpm log are to be expected but do not effect governor performance
• Implemented a little change in governor to be able to read and compensate more fast RPM change (fast overspeed with nitro very dangerous for combustion motors)
• Autorotation bailout ramp improved (allowed to be far more aggressive)
• Added the new loggable parameters Sat1 & Sat2 FADES of DSMX sat's
• Added the event “PowerOn with AutoLevel Active!”
• Added the user event "App connected, Log deleted"
• Now at the end of a rescue, the return of pitch to the stick value is 50% faster
• Improved the AutoLevel correction with different flying styles selected
• Changed the default values of feed forward set by Beginner and Sport icons
• Revised the filter used in the vibration log that gives greater magnitude to the very low frequencies
• Changed the name of loggable variable FramerateTX to RxFrameRate
• Added in all "2" schematics a connection diagram for the auxiliary power connections
• Now in event tab, the “Refresh Events” button work also if Sample Rate is set to "Disabled"
• Changed name of panel 12 from "Governor Setup" to "Throttle & Governor Setup" otherwise some user without governor active doesn't set the "Throttle out"
• MIN & MAX values of Throttle out are now the first items in panel 12 and in Advanced -> Common -> Governor
• In the Wizard, governor ratios and divider moved in Throttle out panel
• Divisors and dividends now are in the correct position in the two Governor gear calculators
• In Wizard, Governor "Engine is electric" moved from MIN/MAX panel into the Gain panel
• In Wizard, Governor put a scrollbar to allow you to see the whole also on small monitor screen
• Added in all connections schematics a diagram that explain where it is possible connect other power connections
• When you connect a new unit or after a factory reset, a "factory values loaded" message appears to confirm also that the factory reset worked
• Added at the end of the .MTR files the kind of unit from which .MTR file is saved
• Added a main button "MANUALS" to list all PDF’s of the more in depth instructions (Jeti integration, ESC parameter's logs, Jeti telemetry, etc.)
• Added an integrated PDF reader
• After a Firmware/Software update, the "Release Notes" panel is automatically opened
• Revised the "Configure Bluetooth module" changing the "OK" button to "Write", adding a “Cancel” button and adding some explanation about the displayed default values
• In panel 2 of the Wizard "Servo setup", the second top presets icon brought from 120Hz to 165hz and third icon from 200Hz to 333Hz
• In panel 2 of the Wizard "Servo setup", selecting one of the top tree icons, the values of +/- trim in the panel 7 “Swashplate setup” were reset. Now are reset only if swashplate servos are not yet set
• In panel 2 of the Wizard "Servo setup", revised the Max Frequency algorithm (now if a 1520uS tail servo is selected the max refresh rate value is around 440Hz instead of the unusable 530Hz)
• Updated the Servo chart list with some new servos (Xpert, BK, JR, OMG)
• In Advanced, "Model Type" selection moved from the toolbar to inside the CCPM menu (and revised the selectable names)
• In Advanced, "Check Mode" selection moved from the toolbar to inside the Servos menu
• Now when in Diagnostic Realtime Logs is running, the four top selection icon are disabled until real time is stopped to avoid possible hang of software
• Now in event tab, the “Refresh Events” button work also if Sample Rate is set to "Disabled"
• In panel 3 of the Wizard "Receiver selection", selecting DSM2 22ms 1024 step receiver (with only 7 channels), the AUX channel is set to "No channel"
• In panel 3 of the Wizard "Receiver selection", selecting HoTT-SUMD/UDI/Xbus-b/Mpx-SRXL receiver, the AUX channel is set to "Channel 8"
• In Advanced -> Receiver changing Receiver type, channels are reassigned as in the Wizard
• In panel 2 of the wizard, if the default value selected by one icon is changed with slider or textbox, now the related icon is immediately deactivated instead of only at the next launch of the software
• In panel 10 of the wizard if the default value selected by one icon is changed with slider or textbox, now the related icon is immediately deactivated instead of only at the next launch of the software
• In panel 13 of the wizard if the default value selected by one icon is changed with slider or textbox, now the related icon is immediately deactivated instead of only at the next launch of the software
• In the Receiver panel of the wizard and Advanced changed the labels “Nose up” and Nose Down” (that are obtained with stick in the opposite down and up direction) are changed to Forward and Back to avoid misunderstanding
• During firmware update with servo-powered, sometime happens that there is a displacement of the swashplate. Fixed (for update done from this new firmware or successive)
• Added Russian Language
• Uniform black color of the label and tooltip
• All instructions and balloons revised, updated, corrected, completed
• Raised the trigger level for "Sensor out of range" event
• Reduced default values of elevator D gain for each size
• Flight counter & Timer don’t increase if the user is connected to the unit with one app (Windows, Andorid, iOS) during setup operations
• Added to the names assigned to the timer: "Model Flight Time"
• Small bug fixes and optimization of code
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Old 01-16-2017, 12:29 PM   #2
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Awesome Alex! Im a Spektrum guy using a HW V4 200A ESC, so all I would need to do is pick up one of the SPM4649T drone receivers in order to set this up?

Im assuming this means my two sats will no longer be used and the new RX will be handling the duty?
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Awesome Alex! Im a Spektrum guy using a HW V4 200A ESC, so all I would need to do is pick up one of the SPM4649T drone receivers in order to set this up?
Tony,
Yes this is correct. You can immediately use all the Brain2 ESC logging features without the telemetry back to your Spektrum Tx. But you will need the SPM4649T to get the full telemetry on your TX.

It's a full range dual diversity receiver, with internal regulator. So it's far more robust than satellites. And the price is very good on it.

We were not able to use the TM1000 without major compromises. And the RX's with full integrated telemetry for Spektrum have started to appear. So we are forward looking with this feature supporting Spektrums latest standards.
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Yes this is correct. You can immediately use all the Brain2 ESC logging features without the telemetry back to your Spektrum Tx. But you will need the SPM4649T to get the full telemetry on your TX.

It's a full range dual diversity receiver, with internal regulator. So it's far more robust than satellites. And the price is very good on it.

We were not able to use the TM1000 without major compromises. And the RX's with full integrated telemetry for Spektrum have started to appear. So we are forward looking with this feature supporting Spektrums latest standards.
No problem since I would be stripping the jlog, TM1000 and two sats off in trade for one single device, so its still a win for me.

Im old school with no experience other than the traditional wires from the servos, ESC into their various ports on the FBL unit with sats, so wiring up both the receiver and the FBL unit together will be a first for me, but Im sure the new wizard choice diagrams will aid in this.

I think I will go ahead and update now even if I dont make the change for a bit.
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No problem since I would be stripping the jlog, TM100 and two sats off in trade for one single device, so its still a win for me.

Im old school with no experience other than the traditional wires from the servos, ESC into their various ports on the FBL unit with sats, so wiring up both the receiver and the FBL unit together will be a first for me, but Im sure the new wizard choice diagrams will aid in this.

I think I will go ahead and update now even if I dont make the change for a bit.
In the GUI available for download now, click the manuals button on the top. There we have a full manual for ESC integration setup. Looking forward to your feedback and questions on it.

Really it's 1 wire from the program port on the HW ESC to Brain2 ch5 . That's it. So if you managed making your old setup work with several devices, this is a huge simplification.
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So I have a HW 60a V4 and futaba R3008SB with Futaba 10JH. Can I get this info on my TX? How would this work?

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In the GUI available for download now, click the manuals button on the top. There we have a full manual for ESC integration setup. Looking forward to your feedback and questions on it.

Really it's 1 wire from the program port on the HW ESC to Brain2 ch5 . That's it. So if you managed making your old setup work with several devices, this is a huge simplification.
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On my Trex 600E, I use the Castle Creations Edge HV 120 and I replaced my JLogger and TM1000 with the SPM4649T and the Brain 2 beta.

On my Goblin 380, I use the CC Edge Lite 100 and I went from no telemetry to full telemetry with the SPM4649T and Brian 2 mini.

Flying the T600E and the G380 at maximum distance, I see less than 10 fades per flight.
Before I converted, I was seeing more then 10 fades per satellite per flight on the T600E

The SPM4649T is similar to the technology that is used by Futaba and Jeti's single unit dual diversity receivers

The only issue with the APM4649T is that its software currently does ot support RX voltage readings. It displays 0.0V instead of the actual RX voltage.
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Wow, MSH is killin it!

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This is Awesome....... Looks to be the update we have been waiting for. Am I understanding this right? Jeti users only require one telemetry wire because no MUI sensor, so those of us that have not moved our whole fleet over to rex receivers because we have been waiting for Rex3's are good to go with our R3's, sweet..... Thanks, this shows I have chosen the right company to support. Now how about a Protos 550.
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That's an impressive update.

Will have to ditch a few satellites in the near future
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So I have a HW 60a V4 and futaba R3008SB with Futaba 10JH. Can I get this info on my TX? How would this work?

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Yes it works. Please read the included manual for setup info.

The only note here is that the HW60A v4 sends telemetry data except current. So it can't be used for a fuel guage function. It's the one HW v4 esc with this exception. The others send current which is used for the battery fuel gauge.
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This is Awesome....... Looks to be the update we have been waiting for. Am I understanding this right? Jeti users only require one telemetry wire because no MUI sensor, so those of us that have not moved our whole fleet over to rex receivers because we have been waiting for Rex3's are good to go with our R3's, sweet..... Thanks, this shows I have chosen the right company to support. Now how about a Protos 550.
That's correct. No need for a REX or $70 MUI now. Just 1 wire to the receiver and you are completely done. The Jeti/Brain2 integration for setup and the ESCJeti telemetry from Brain2 is all sent over 1 wire to the receiver.

So yes basically this feature saves you $150 in stuff you don't have to buy to get this feature set.
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Wow! Impressive list of features! Can't wait to implement the new update on my Brain2/Jeti equipped fleet.

Thanks for the hard work!

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Also my thanks to the MSH team.

The FW 3.0 is very impressive.

(The release notes kept on going and going )
As I said in the Max forum , yes there is the telemetry but if you look closely the V3.0 is really full of Forum driven feedback enhancements and small fixes.

Which should also lead to less support 'repeated' questions, leaving more room for the good stuff.

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Also my thanks to the MSH team.

The FW 3.0 is very impressive.

(The release notes kept on going and going )
As I said in the Max forum , yes there is the telemetry but if you look closely the V3.0 is really full of Forum driven feedback enhancements and small fixes.

Yes for sure we tried to implement a lot of smaller features and changes in this release to address all the great user feedback we get.

We listen.

But really thanks to Rik (BrainDev) and Matteo for endless late nights working on this. And the amazing group of testers behind the scenes. This has been a work in progress for some time.
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Alex is awesome !!.Wow , Congratulations to the team!!
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Rik and Matteo are awesome !!.Wow , Congratulations to the team!!
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