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Old 06-03-2002, 04:27 PM
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I look on your web site and it ain't listed. I've checked around and all I "get is a what?"

Do you know where I can get info on the digital servo programmer and what the cost would be?

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Old 06-03-2002, 10:09 PM
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Here's a cut and paste of the instructions from a word file.

$160 street price.

Digital Servo Programmer Instructions.

· Reset
· Dead Band
· Rotation
· Speed
· Fail Safe
· EPAneuFS
· Pulse
· Voltage
· Servo test
· Manual
· Auto

Reset:
The reset function will set you servo back to the factory default settings.

a. To reset the servo press the input button, at this point the programmer will search for the settings; upßàdown will appear on the screen after it finishes searching.
b. To reset the servo to factory default you will need to push the “UP/L” and “DW/R” buttons at the same time.
c. The servo will then move to one extreme, then the other.
d. After completion the screen will read “success.” Now the servo is set to the exact settings it had when it was new.
e. Press input to exit

Dead Band:
This allows the adjustment of the precision of the centering from 1ms –16ms.

a. To adjust this feature push the input button and the programmer will search for the settings; X:Y will appear with X being the current setting and Y is adjustable from 1-16.
b. Select the Y setting you want and “M” button to change the setting.
c. 1 is the tightest dead band and provides the best centering but will also cause the servo to beep quite a bit, the wider the deadband the less beeping you will get around center.
d. Press enter to exit.

Rotation:
Select the servos rotation from either clockwise or counterclockwise.

a. To adjust this feature push the input button and the programmer will search for the settings; ccw or cw will appear.
b. Press UP/L to set the servo to cw (clockwise)
c. Press DN/R to set the servo to ccw (counter clockwise)
d. Press input to exit

Speed:
Adjust the speed either lower or slightly higher.

a. To adjust this feature push the input button and the programmer will search for the settings; X:Y will appear with X being the current setting and Y is adjustable from 1-63, 1 being the slowest and 63 being the fastest.
b. 40 is default.

Failsafe:
Preset a failsafe position if the signal is lost to the receiver.

a. For this procedure the programmer must be plugged into the receiver.
b. To turn this feature on or off push the input button once it searched it will show you if the failsafe is “on” or “off.”
c. To turn the failsafe feature “on” push the UP/L button, to turn it “off” push the DN/R button.
d. Go to the EPAneuFS screen to set the failsafe. (See next)
e. Press input to exit.

EPAneuFS (EPA, Neutral and Failsafe):
This feature allows you to set your End Point, Center point and failsafe position

a. For this procedure the programmer must be plugged into the receiver.
b. Push the input button and let the programmer will search for the settings.
c. To set the center point use the adjusting knob to set the servo to the desired position and push the “M” button, center should appear in the screen.
d. Use the same procedure to set the right and left travel but push either the UP/R or DN/R buttons.
e. To set the failsafe use the same procedure but push the UP/R and DN/R buttons simultaneously.
f. Push input to exit

Pulse:
See the pulse that the receiver is supplying to the servo.

a. For this procedure the programmer must be plugged into the receiver and both the transmitter and receiver must be turned on.
b. Push the input button to view the pulse from the transmitter.
c. Move the stick associated with the channel the programmer is plugged into to see the pulse range.
d. Press input to exit.




Voltage:
View the voltage that is being supplied to the servo.

a. Press the input button and the voltage will appear.
b. Press the input button to exit.

Servo tester:
Test the servos movement either manually or automatically.

Auto:
a. Press the input button and to execute
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Default Where to get the HFP-10

Perfect, just what I needed. I also found a vendor who knew what I was asking about.

Thanks again for your timely response.

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