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12Z Gear/Door sequencing question

Old 06-05-2011, 03:07 PM
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Default 12Z Gear/Door sequencing question

I have a heli with retracts and doors that stay open when the gear are down. Through the use of single step-shaped lines in the program mix area I've set up pairs of gear/door
combos and activated them through the SF switch as the master. I changed the servo speeds for in and out and the servos seem to work properly.

So here are my questions:

1. Why won't the delay (start/stop) function work? I can change the values but there is no effect at the servo.

2. When I had a 14MZ the shape of the line seemed to help delay either the door or the gear (whichever you needed). It doesn't seem to matter much now.
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Could you help me understand how to do this? I am setting up a jet and need to simulate gear doors open, gear down, gear doors close. My valves are on seperate channels, but the mixing I can not get figured out. I am using a 12Z also.

Thanks for any help.

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Default RE: 12Z Gear/Door sequencing question

This is for the 14MZ, but the 12Z has virtually the same programming

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