Doesn't HealthyDrones have the capability of downloading a .csv? I know it isn't offline but I'm confident that Eran and his website are going to be around for a long time.Hi Bud, the .dat file must be recovered using usb from the aircraft, correct? Any chance a similar offline tool is available for the .txt log stored in the App? I'm guessing the .dat log holds more information than the .txt log? Regardless, a similar offline tool for the .txt file would be nice. Currently all the converters I have found are web based and thus could easily be out of ones control at any minute.
A simple utility that would read the .txt file and add it's data points to an existing summary spreadsheet (Flight Log) would have some value, especially for commercial operators. The fancy online data rendering Apps (e.g. HealthyDrones) are fine for what they do. But a simple log book compiler would be awesome. I wish I had the skills necessary to pull it off, but sadly it would take me forever. If you ever do something like this, please ping me.
Anyway, Thank you!
Yes, Eran is doing a great job. And you are correct that a .csv conversion can be downloaded after it is converted on his site.Doesn't HealthyDrones have the capability of downloading a .csv? I know it isn't offline but I'm confident that Eran and his website are going to be around for a long time.
Bringing back an old post but tested the new DAT converter with motor RPM data :
New version of .DAT converter | DJI Phantom Forum
Below video made in Dashware including RPM charts for each motor.
If you look at the motor RPM Right Front Chart you will see RPM go up to 10000 just prior altitude loss.
Thats the prop flying off.
Here a static test I made to check max rpm at no load (no props).
Luap is the guy with the dashware profiles. I haven't succumbed to the Dashwarian way yet.