Airspeed MicroSensor V3 by Eagle Tree Systems

Eagle Tree Systems
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This is the Eagle Tree Systems Airspeed MicroSensor V3. Need to know how fast you went? The Airspeed MicroSensor is the solution you've been searching for! The Airspeed MicroSensor uses a Prandtl style pitot-static tube to measure airspeed, just as full sized planes do.

When used standalone, the MicroSensor displays your maximum speed on the built-in 7 segment LED display. Simply plug the sensors into a spare receiver channel or small battery (4V to 16V) and fly your model. The maximum speed continues to be updated and displayed on the LED. Then, when you land, your maximum airspeed will display on the built-in 7 segment LED. For example, if you flew 101 mph, the unit will display “1 – 0 - 1” repeatedly. No configuration, additional equipment, or computer required!

Additionally, the MicroSensor can be connected to your eLogger (any version) to provide airspeed data for your entire flight. When connected to the eLogger, airspeed can be displayed and graphed using the eLogger’s Windows software or via your OSD if you're flying with FPV!

This sensor measures airspeed from approximately 9 MPH to 350 MPH.

*Compatible with eLogger but not Data Recorder/Seagull.


  • Pitot (prandtl) tube
  • Pitot hose
  • Sensor
  • Power cable

Measures airspeed from 9 to 350 MPH (15 to 563KPH), with 1 MPH (1 KPH) Resolution
Power input (Standalone Mode): 4V to 16V
Circuit Board: Weight 4 grams (0.15 oz), dimensions 28 mm x 16 mm x 10 mm (1.1" x 0.62" x 0.4")
Pitot Tube: Weight 3 grams (0.1 oz), length 80mm (3.2"), diameter 4 mm (0.16")
Pitot Tube Hose: Silicon, clear, 3 feet (1 meter), 1.5mm ID, 2.5mm OD
Precalibrated: no user calibration required
Temp Compensation: Yes, Advanced Temperature Compensation
Units: Metric or English

This product was added to our catalog on August 19, 2014.