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Analog airspeed sensor on adc #3 matek f405wing and f722 wing #4886

wx4cb opened this issue Jun 27, 2019 · 3 comments


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commented Jun 27, 2019

Current Behavior

Currently there is no way to use an analog airspeed sensor (such as the one in the F35 lightning on a matek f405 or F722 wing.

Desired Behavior

Allow the use of the RSSI pin ADC for analog airspeed

Suggested Solution

modify the target.h file to change

IE Change this:

to This:

Additionally, be able to "DEFINE" in the CLI whether you are wanting rssi or airspeed on that channel.

Who does this impact? Who is this for?

Anyone who would like an analog airspeed sensor on a matek f405 wing or F722 wing that are moving over from the F35 lightning or just want an airspeed sensor. Obviousle if you actually use the RSSI pin FOR RSSI this wouldn't work, but for others that are using either crossfire with native RSSI/LQ or are sending it back on a transmitter channel, having this option would be great.


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commented Jun 27, 2019

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@wx4cb wx4cb changed the title Analog airspee dsensor on adc #3 matek f405wing and f722 wing Analog airspeed sensor on adc #3 matek f405wing and f722 wing Jun 27, 2019


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commented Jun 27, 2019

On matek f405-wing voltage divider is required and then any ADC channel can be mapped to pitor

get adc_channel and note channel assigned to RSSI pin. In my case it was channel 3
set rssi_adc_channel=0 – disable RSSI ADC
set airspeed_adc_channel=3 – map ADC channel 3 to airspeed sensor
set pitot_hardware=ADC – enable analog pitot tube

on F722-WING there is ADC4 labeled AirS and it already has a voltage divider built in. So:
set airspeed_adc_channel=4

@DzikuVx DzikuVx closed this Jun 27, 2019

@DzikuVx DzikuVx added Support and removed Feature request labels Jun 27, 2019


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commented Jun 27, 2019

OK cool.. that's great pawel. looks like it's going to be the 722-wing then in this bird :D I was hopeing for that as I have more of those and really like the 2 camera option :D

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