Where to find some good vario profiles from experienced users ?
For the first time, I flown in competition last week, and was unable to understand the vario, I used a config in the instrument, but it was totaly not usable to fly correctly with this song. Same for my wife, it seems the original song provided by compass it not a good one for fly ?
At +3 ms was a poor song, never heard a progressif bip bip, nothing related to the real vertical speed or variation...
The instrument's sound is completely customizable.
You can customize, for any climb or sing rate: a) frequency of sound (loud od bass sound); b) beeps per second; c) length of any beep; 4 ) volume
You find in the instrument, pre-installed, four different sound. These are only samples sounds.
You can create new sound profiles & files, midday the existing ones, duplicate and modify the exiting ones giving different names.
After having created or modified a sound profile you can test it directly by the C-Pilot.
All instructions are in the manual.
Using a little patience there are no limitations in creating any sound you desire. Even a "buzzer" sound function in weak conditions
You have the possibility, if you use a Windows computer, to use our tool for creating/modifying the sounds. Find it here , under the Beeper user's manual section and it's called CSS (Compass Sound System): http://www.compass-italy.com/custompage.php~link~~~7~~User_s+manuals~.html
The progressive 4, was done on instrument, using replay of flight to test, and be the more closed to a vario I am used to hear ...
the others are work, the progressive is original. (do'nt use) from my opinion and tests.
more toine here, but difficult to have something correct.
use some frequency from LA, SI, DO
difficult to manage beep per second and lenght of tone...
When in flight must you consider the setting of the averaged timing of the vario sound on the setting page of the device, CSS and interface make a sound with 1 second of average timing. This setting may cause differencies at the same sound changing in more soft or hard.
What you hear using the interface of the device or the CSS for the sound setting is a continuos sound, so in flight your movements are not linear and the pressure goes up & down very fast.
After a new setting of the sound we suggest to try the new one simulating a flight taken from the flight book, this means with the complete set of fixed point ( 5hz).
In this way you will have the better chance to hear a sound very close to the reality.
I hope these suggestions are useful.
Hi all, I enclose the audio file a a famous world cup champion
I have the C-Pilot Pro, and recently the BIP of Vario stops working during the flight at different times. What could have happened and What do I can do to fix this?