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A9 flap- elevator programming

Old 10-29-2010, 11:30 PM
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Default A9 flap- elevator programming

I am trying to set up down elevator with the application of flap.
I am using the LS slider for flap control and using the 'FLAP CON' selection to
mix elevator with flap.
Tha problem I am encountering is that the elevator only moves when the LS slider is
in the full up position. I would like the full up position to
represent flap up and as I move the slider down that would lower the flaps.
I cannot seem to get elevator movement when the LS slider controll is fully down.
So what I get after adjustment is flaps up, elevator down, and as I move the slider down to
lower the flaps, the elevator moves up to neutral.

Is there a way to have the elevator move as I move the LS slider down?

Thanks,

Dan
Old 11-01-2010, 10:21 AM
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Default RE: A9 flap- elevator programming

What version firmware do you have in your radio? With v1.07(1) (latest version) this mix works properly. Set LS slider up and adjust flap horn on servo spline for your setup. If servo moves the wrong way use the servo reverse screen to reverse that channel. Adjust travel for flaps and elevator compensation in your flap control menu.
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Default RE: A9 flap- elevator programming

Thanks for your reply.
I did just load in V 1.07 so I will try it again today.
Dan


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