This is the Mikado VBar NEO, with Gyro Sensor and 6.1 Express Software. The Mikado VBar NEO is the successor of the incredible VBar Mini and high performance VBar Silverline. The NEO uses the latest sensor tech and top processing power to elevate VBar performance to the next level. The NEO has a footprint that is slightly larger than the VBar Mini, combined with the connectivity of a Silverline system, with 9 fully usable servo outputs, an RPM sensor input, a connector for an external sensor, two telemetry ports, and an integrated USB port.
The sensor array contains two different multi axis sensors that work together to deliver performance even when subjected to high vibration loads. The power supply has been protected against spikes from servos that have insufficient internal filtering of their own glitches. To take full advantage of these powerful features, an update of the VBar Control is required. The update is fully backwards compatible, so all current devices can be used without change.
This version of the VBar NEO comes with the Express configuration, yet has more features than the current Express version. This means it contains the electric governor already, so it can be used with the VBar Control system. Express contains an updated 6.1 control loop that contains a special anti ballooning facility to provide better stability at high speed, as well as much improved performance at very low rpm. The violent ballooning effect on the edge at high speed is almost gone!
Click here for detailed instructions and hints how to proceed with VBar NEO. New Apps are described in the VBar Control User Manual. All updates are performed with the VBar Control Manager. The Changelog shows all changes in detail.
- Slightly larger than the VBar Mini, with the connectivity of a Silverline system
- Two different multi axis sensors that work together to deliver performance even when subjected to high vibration loads
- Use with the VBar Control system
- Express configuration
- Updated 6.1 control loop
- 9 fully usable servo outputs
- RPM sensor input
- External sensor connector
- Two telemetry ports
- Integrated USB port
- User upgradeable
Dimensions: 45.5x25.6x16mm / 1.79x1.01x0.63 in
Weight: 13.5g / 0.47oz
Supply Voltage: 3.5 - 8.4 V (2S Lipo)
Hardware Requirements: Radio with min. 5 channels, digital single line receiver (e.g. SBus, MLink, HoTT SUMD, JR XBus mode B) or Spektrum satellites
Available Software Upgrades: PRO Software, PRO Software with Rescue function (purchase via App Store on www.vstabi.info)
- Mini USB cable
- Boot Plug, Patch cable
- Gyro pad 10x50x1.2mm
- 6.1 Express Software with Electric Governor and Bank Switching
- Internal multi-axis sensor array, additional 3 axis sensor can be connected (not included)
- Printed manual
drivers and key file nonsense, now I can't get the head speeds set up properly, this is a lot of "BS", i would give this one a half star if I could, pulled it out today, MSH Brain 2 on the way!
on another note: very one at my heli field uses the brain, that does this tell
you, moral of this story is (do your homework and don't trust what you read on the internet)
P.S. changing my mind on this one , once you get through the registration part#!#!#!, the unit works well,IT would have helped to have someone that knows"vBAR" from the start ,but ,some say all part of the fun!,changing my rating to"4 star"