Eagle A3 Super II Programming Card
Eagle A3 Super II Programming Card - HEPROGCARD
The Eagle A3 Super programming card allows you to setup all the functions of your A3 Super and A3 Super II Gyro in the field without the use of a personal computer. The programming card includes the latest v3.0 firmware. When firmware updates are available, the programming card can be upgraded using the HobbyEagle PC configuration tool found in the support tab above.
Version 3.0 Programming Card firmware is compatible with the following gyros:
- A3 Super with Version 2.7 or newer firmware
- A3 Super II with Version 1.0 or newer firmware
Product Questions & AnswersNOTE: Questions submitted on this page are answered by customers who have previously purchased this item. If you have a support related question that requires immediate assistance, please visit our Help Center.
- September 19, 2015 - If you are having issues getting your programming card to communicate with your gyro, please make sure to upgrade the firmware to the latest version on both your programming card AND your gyro.
If you need any additional assistance, please visit the Motion RC Help Center
Very handy to use in the field, easy to use
Handy little tool for the field. I can't do without it. Con: NO response from Tech Service at Hobby Eagle.
Very easy to use. Worked as designed.
Excellent product easy to use a must have for all A3 owners
Makes set up SUPER simple!
I own 7 or 8 Eagle A3 Supers so a programming card is not a luxury. The card is very convenient and it works great and if the connectors were not such a huge problem, I'd give it 5 stars. Mini USB connectors are the absolute worst connectors ever made. You can not connect your device more than 10 times without damaging either the cable pins or the device pins. And if you don't realize that the mini USB port on the card is upside down, you will damage the pins on your very first try. This is the 5th cable (one was replaced by Motion RC at no cost) and the 4th card I have had to purchase because of damaged pins. It does not matter how careful you are, sooner or later the pins will bend or break because mini USBs are an inherently poor design and the pins are made of cheap material. If Hobby Eagle is listening, I hope they get an engineer to re-design the connectors with something other than a mini USB connector. In the meantime, because I am using their product exclusively, I'll have to learn to cope with the issue .
Motion RC has a new European website
Go there instead?