Sanity check for vent holes for Jolly Logic AltimeterTwo.

NeilD

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My Jolly Logic AltimeterTwo will be riding in a 2.56" x 10" payload tube. There will be nothing else in the payload. I've made 4 evenly spaced 1/8" holes about 3" from the tube opening as not to be blocked by the nose cone. This is a mid-power rocket that will be flying on F - G.

Will that be sufficient for the altimeter?

Thanks for any feedback.
 

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Yep. But restrain it so it doesn't bounce around....that would play havoc with the accelerometer-based data from A2.
 

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My Jolly Logic AltimeterTwo will be riding in a 2.56" x 10" payload tube. There will be nothing else in the payload. I've made 4 evenly spaced 1/8" holes about 3" from the tube opening as not to be blocked by the nose cone. This is a mid-power rocket that will be flying on F - G.

Will that be sufficient for the altimeter?

Thanks for any feedback.

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