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Old 08-29-2016, 05:40 PM
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Question Spectrum AR9350, DX18G2, Castle ESC and Castle Link telemetry

I just finished a new airplane and it has the castle ESC with castle link. I have it plugged into the ar9350 and I did the auto config on the telemetry in the transmitter. The flight battery voltage, motor rpm, amperage all show up on the telemetry screen. When I turn on voice status reports, the transmitter's voice is reporting the amperage X 10. In other words when the motor is running and pulling 50amps, the voice status report says "500 amps". It was really scary on take off and climb out the first time she said "1050 amps"!

i am wondering if anyone has seen (heard) this and if there are any suggestions on what to do to correct it? For what it is worth, the ESC temp and flight pack voltage is reported correctly.
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Old 08-30-2016, 05:29 AM
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Yup, it's already fixed in the next version. No date on when it will be released.

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Originally Posted by AndyKunz View Post
Yup, it's already fixed in the next version. No date on when it will be released.

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Andy,
Thanks for the response. For those of you reading this (hopefully Spektrum management), Andy is a tremendous resource. If it were not for his help, I would not have my expensive, EDF airplane flying and I probably would not be flying Spektrum any more. Not only did his help get my airplane sorted out, my best friend was able to take my settings and apply them to his airplane too. We are now two very satisfied customers but it would not be if it were not for an extraordinary effort put forth by Andy.

Heartfelt thanks!

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