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They say time flies when you’re having fun, and the eight months since we introduced Flytrex certainly have been quite a ride. Now, after months of hard work, our first hardware upgrade is ready to fly! We proudly present our newest product, the Flytrex Core 2. With the new Core 2, we’ve transformed our original Flytrex Core into something smaller, sleeker and smarter.
So, what’s the dish on our newest product? Here are the new Core 2 highlights:
The Core 2 adds a new internal memory chip that records your flight data at all times, whether a microSD is currently plugged or not. Using the new internal memory the Core 2 introduces new mode of operation without a microSD. This ensures that your flight data is always available – even if you forgot your microSD, or, during extreme flying when the microSD recording isn’t always optional.
Once back home, you can copy flights from Flytrex memory following these simple steps:
Once done, you will find all mission files that were loaded from the memory waiting on the microSD. Unlike regular mission files, those loaded from the internal memory start with the letter ‘B’.
The Core 2 comes with our latest firmware and introduces new file naming convention that makes it easier to organize your flight files. Much like the older Core, the Core 2 use an auto-increased index for mission file names. However, the Core 2 uses absolute auto-increased index that can’t be reset. This ensures that every flight you do gets a new, unique, file name. Using the auto-increased file indexes you can easily identify your latest missions. As an example, your third mission file will be named: ‘00000003.FPV’.
Mission file names that were copied from the Flytrex memory use the same file naming convention, however, they start with the letter ‘B’. For example, your third mission file name stored during flight will be ‘00000003.FPV’. The same flight file copied from internal memory will be ‘B0000003.FPV’
As before, we kept the Core 2 installation super simple, 100% plug-n-play and no soldering is required whatsoever. Updated installation guides will be available shortly at the Flytrex Core 2 support section.