5.26.2020

NEW Digifly "AIR HG"

New POD-Integrated AIR BT with Pitot System available!!!

You can now order the new AIR HG!

Digifly launches its NEW instrument the AIR HG. A new option for Hang Gliding pilots interested in using a more aerodynamic option.



The AIR HG has been designed for Hang Gliding pilots. This new design is the fusion of an aerodynamic and robust exterior with an internal hardware based on the AIR BT with Pitot. The AIR HG has a unique layout of its components making it specifically functional for hang glider pilots: offering louder vario sound, new buttons, repositioning the USB plug now a Type-C, the microSD slot, the GPS antenna and Pitot sensor, in order to maximize all of its features and GPS reception capability all of which creates a fully integrated instrument in an aerodynamic and resistant unibody-type structure that is light and nicer.
The AIR HG is the new instrument, the evolution of the AIR BT with Pitot System.

The AIR HG offers high-tech, top-quality and reliability -at an excellent price- as every Digifly product. It is possible to order your new Digifly AIR HG with Pitot System now!

 
  
The AIR HG is 18in long (46cm) and weighs 10.6oz (300gr) - bracket not included.
 

4.17.2020

AIR BT's Screen in the Sunlight

A couple of days ago, we saw an entry on the Oz Report (link HERE ) with the picture of a Flytec and a Naviter showing the screens in the sunlight and we thought it could be interesting to have a similar picture the Digifly AIR BT as well.

Oz Report Screenshot


 So here is our screen in the sunlight (the AIR's contrast setting is at 36%):



Note: The page portrayed on this picture is a customized non-competition XC Glide page (page 8: USR).

The Digifly AIR BT has a screen designed to provide excellent visibility in the sun light and the stronger the light, the better visibility you have.

7.28.2019

FW Update: 506a

We have released our latest firmware version! We strongly recommend our customers to always have their AIR instruments up to date.

Make sure you get your latest Digifly AIR firmware update: version 506a is downloadable from our "Links & Downloads" page and, as always, it is free to download, install and there is no activation fee!

Most outstanding feature: updated WGS84

We have also published the complete updated manual for this version.


4.30.2019

Digifly AIR - Top 2 Places @ Nationals Week 2!

Amazing performance: Nene Rotor and Pedro Garcia -both flying with Digifly AIR- placed 1st and 2nd at the US NATIONALS - Week 2 (Wilotree Park, FL) that finished this past weekend!

Congratulations to both of them and to all the winners as well!

Left to right on pictures below: John Simon - 6th place (USA),  Zac Majors - 3rd Place (USA), Nene Rotor - 1st Place (BRA), Pedro Garcia - 2nd Place (USA), Jonny Durand - 4th Place (AUS) and Marcelon Menin - 5th Place (BRA).



We are confident that we will see many more pilots joining the Digifly Team soon!

4.12.2019

Wypt Upload - Quick Reference Guide


Hello Everyone!

In response to the questions about loading waypoints onto the Digifly AIR, we've created this Quick Reference Guide, intended for pilots and score keepers. Even though it is not any different  from other instruments we hope this will be helpful!

Quick Reference Guide:

-Delete any previous waypoints you may have before uploading a new set of waypoints.

-Use GPS Dump, as it is usually done with any other instrument.

That's it!     :)

Now, we´ll give you the Standard Reference Guide (which can be applied to any other instrument as well):

-Open GPS Dump
-Click on the FILE tab then  OPEN WPS  then  select a waypoint file
-Select all the waypoints on the list (Ctr.+A) and make sure all the waypoints are highlighted in blue
-Connect the Digifly AIR to the computer using the USB cable (for other instruments, follow their own instructions), turn the AIR on, go to MENU then AIRTOOLS. When you see the message "Link USB" flashing on the screen, it is ready to go!
-On GPS Dump click on the MISC tab, then on SET COM PORT and click OK on the pop up window
-Go to the WRITE WPS tab, click on "Send to Digifly AIR" and choose which waypoint bank you´d like to use (COMP or USER), it makes no difference at all)
-GPS Dump will send the waypoints to the AIR and when it´s done, it is a good practice (as it is on any instrument) to verify that the list uploaded correctly.

Notes:
-Keep in mind that it is always a good practice (no matter which instrument you fly) to clear your memory bank (tracklogs) before a competition.

-Remember that it is possible to sort out the waypoint list before you upload it. To do this, click on MISC and you wil find 3 options to sort them out at the bottom of the drop down menu; select the one that suits you best.

3.22.2019

EXTREMELY IMPORTANT: NO BUG PRESENT!!!

There is NO SUCH A THING AS A BUG in our firmware as it has been wrongly reported by Matt Pruett, the OZ Report and other sources.



This is clearly NOT a bug, NOT a problem with the Digifly AIR or its firmware, this is clearly a human error, not the machine's fault!
This is being caused by the person who created the file who did not take into account the widely used waypoint naming format.

We are very sorry if this false portrayal of information has cause you any confusion, doubts, worry. The information was published without our knowledge or even before we were able to clarify the situation. 

Please be sure that your instruments work just fine, that the AIR is the most reliable instrument out there.


Regards,
The Digifly Team