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Spektrum SPMA9575 Aircraft Telemetry Altimeter New

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Aircraft Telemetry Altimeter SPMA9575

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Product Dimensions 5.5 x 4 x 0.3 inches
Item Weight 0.8 ounces
Shipping Weight 0.8 ounces
ASIN B004UU3MT2
Manufacturer recommended age 12 years and up
Best Sellers Rank #459,029 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
#573 in Toys & Games > Hobbies > Remote- & App-Controlled Vehicles & Parts > Remote- & App-Controlled Vehicles > Trucks
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By Paul on October 13, 2013
I've been running this in my DJI Phantom for a while now (paired w/ a Spektrum AR8000 and TM1000). I've taken it up to 450 ft. I also am running a Skylark OSD. It also shows altitude and they are usually pretty close (the Skylark one is barometric as well). Seems like they are usually within 5% or so. Being a pressure sensor, it isn't exact... Meaning when you land, it doesn't usually say 0' but maybe +/- 1-3' or so.

For the supposed FAA regulations to stay below 400', it would be pretty handy as you can set alerts on your Spektrum DX. I also have the g-force meter plugged into it so its nice that you can run multiple sensors easily.
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First, this isn't going to give you exact readings but it seems to be pretty close and well worth the investment if you're interested in how high above ground level you are. As far as I can tell, this will give you a barometric reading and resets at power-up to assume the altitude is zero (or within a foot or two). Since I'm at about 600' elevation (MSL) the reading I get is above my elevation point. So if the Altimeter tells me my multi rotor is at 200' then I can assume 800' MSL (600' elevation MSL + 200' altitude (AGL))

I use this sensor with a Spektrum TM1000 Telemetry Module connected to a AR9020 receiver. My DX9 transmitter is capable of receiving the telemetry data once I bind the TM1000 to the transmitter.
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Works well, it's small, light, and well made. The only complaint is the price, but if you're going the Spektrum route you probably should expect that. Would also be nice if it came with a second short cable for installation right next to the telemetry unit to save space/weight.
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got this for a project plane i am working on and havent had a chance to us it yet. but if its anything like the rest of my spectrum stuff it should to just fin.
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By ALshooter on November 29, 2014
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Works as it should.
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