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Mike can you please help me to understand

Old 04-22-2004, 04:54 PM
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Default Mike can you please help me to understand

on the new model menu
among other things you can set the servo configuration

jr
futaba
mpx-uni
mpx-mpx

what these settings do? and which one i should be ussing if i use MPX RX with JR digital servos
I have read the manual and i am sorry but i do not know what this does
thank you!!
Old 04-22-2004, 05:38 PM
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Default RE: Mike can you please help me to understand

It is for the channel assignments. Nothing else.

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Default RE: Mike can you please help me to understand

what about modulation and signal format?
is it diferent to set up jr or mpx-mpx?
the manual talks about signal format. which should you use with jr servos? uni or mpx
and what happens when you have more than 9 channels
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Default RE: Mike can you please help me to understand

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The servo configuration choice is based upon the servos in use. JR/Futaba/Hitec/Airtronics all would use UNI mode. This based upon the servo control signal format in use of the specific servos in play. UNI is 1.5ms at neutral and MPX is 1.6ms at neutral...

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