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Galloping Ghost Tx mod build log

Old 01-13-2018, 10:08 AM
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I recently converted my old Controlaire GG transmitter to 2.4 GHz and used a micro-controller based on the Arduino, with Phil G's programming so it can still use the toggle switch for positionable throttle.
In the plane, I'm using one of my Tobe actuators (Rand LR-3 Clone) with a recoder and it's plugged into Lemon RX DSM2 receiver. The Tx is using an Orange JR DSM2 module. Go to this link to see the log on Phil G's single channel forum:
singlechannellersreunited ? View topic - "Old fashion" GG with progressive throttle
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Old 05-18-2018, 09:45 AM
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Jay,
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link is broken. Do you have a new one?
Thanks!
Harvey

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