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Old 07-02-2002, 02:02 AM
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How do I program the 8103 to disable the NG steering servo when the gear is selected up? I have the Rudder slaved to Aux 3- steering servo.

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Jack,
The easiest way would be to assign your mix rudd to aux 3 to the gear switch. But I see the only mixes you can do this on are mixes 3 and 4. But only mixes 5 and 6 allow the trim to function on the slaved channel. You could have that mix set up in mix 5 or 6, and then do another mix in mix 3 or 4. This mix you will want to use the same channels as your mix first mix, rudd and aux 3. Next, assign it to the gear switch, and for the percentage values you will want equal, but opposite values. So say if your mix to make the steering servo is set at 100% for both values, you will set this mix to -100% for both values with the gear switch in the up possition. I hope this helps!
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Danny,
Thanks for the info-big help. Got it. It took a while but it works as desired.

Jack
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Jack,
That is great to hear! What bird are you working on?
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Danny,
TopCat with a RAM 750PR.
Just about ready to go.
I just had to remember to use the % of control travel from the rudder in the mix to get it to work. Learning all the time.

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Jack,
Ya, I guess I left off that little detail. Good luck with your new plane!

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