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Posted By AndyKunz

No. These limits are the absolute limits of...

No. These limits are the absolute limits of travel that you want the servo to ever hit. They are there to keep you from damaging servos and/or hinging. There is no switch control to enable...
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Posted By AndyKunz

Best thing to do is set all the settings on...

Best thing to do is set all the settings on Switch Select to Inh (Inhibit), and then only assign the ones you want to the channels you want.

Andy
01-12-2021, 02:14 PM
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Posted By AndyKunz

Look at the Monitor screen. The channels...

Look at the Monitor screen.

The channels start at 1 for Throttle. Then 2 = right aileron, etc. Just go from there.

If you look at the Channel Assign screens, it will show both name and number...
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Posted By AndyKunz

No, you're doing it out of sequence. OTF =...

No, you're doing it out of sequence.

OTF = inhibited.

Take off. Engage flaps. Do you have to compensate up or down? Remember that. Land.

OTF = enabled. Still on the screen.

Click the OTF...
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Posted By AndyKunz

For something like elevator compensation, I would...

For something like elevator compensation, I would fly the plane without it first, and then find if I need to push or pull. Once I know that, then I'd set up OTF in that direction on the ground, and...
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Posted By AndyKunz

That's probably why they forwarded the e-mail to...

That's probably why they forwarded the e-mail to me, the DX9 note. I hadn't gotten notice of it before, because if I had, it would be on the list of things to fix. As of last week, it's on the list...
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Posted By AndyKunz

Hi Dave, They sent me a copy of your e-mail....

Hi Dave,

They sent me a copy of your e-mail. Thanks for the feedback.

Are you having trouble deciding how to set up elevator compensation in your model? We can go through that if you like.
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Posted By AndyKunz

Good. For AR637T, AR630, or AR637TA you need...

Good. For AR637T, AR630, or AR637TA you need version 2.07 in your transmitter.

Andy
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Posted By AndyKunz

For a transmitter, when you turn it off it shows...

For a transmitter, when you turn it off it shows in the corner.

For a receiver, the Windows PC Programmer software using the SPMA3065 cable is the tool. PC or Mac, so long as you're running...
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Posted By AndyKunz

I would send it in for a free check-up after a...

I would send it in for a free check-up after a crash regardless. The AR8010T will need to go along with the remote receiver and the cable between them.

Now, for the non-responsiveness, first make...
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Posted By AndyKunz

Have you looked into the Real Good Guide yet? ...

Have you looked into the Real Good Guide yet? There's a thread about it and advertisements on RCG. The author does a great job of explaining all kinds of things there, and has a big index that lets...
10-15-2020, 04:17 AM
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Posted By AndyKunz

Go to the Telemetry screen, select Vario, and...

Go to the Telemetry screen, select Vario, and disable the reports there.

Andy
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Posted By AndyKunz

That depends on which way you want it active. ...

That depends on which way you want it active. The tiny block shows the current switch position. Move the switch and watch it go back and forth.

The reverse/normal numbers show you which position...
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Posted By AndyKunz

Main Screen and Function List screenshot from my...

Main Screen and Function List screenshot from my DX20. They should be very similar on your DX6. The main screen has the picture of the model. Click the roller and you get the Function List.
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Posted By AndyKunz

Are you referring to the Function List? That's...

Are you referring to the Function List? That's the menu you get when you click the roller from the main screen - the one with the airplane picture and timer on it.

Andy
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Posted By AndyKunz

Yes, there is a "grace period" on the first bunch...

Yes, there is a "grace period" on the first bunch of turn-ons. This is because the factory will turn it on multiple times during production, QC, and QA checking, plus it may be turned on by a LHS...
10-13-2020, 03:38 AM
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Posted By AndyKunz

Yes, this is how AS3X works in the Forward...

Yes, this is how AS3X works in the Forward Programming receivers. After you have set the steering trim, you can use the Learn Servo Settings function to reset the "centers" to these points.

Just...
10-12-2020, 06:19 AM
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Posted By AndyKunz

I was puzzled too, so I asked the engineer. He...

I was puzzled too, so I asked the engineer. He said, "probably the classic -- flaps are down with elevator compensation, preventing trim capture from working."

Make sure you don't have something...
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Posted By AndyKunz

"Needs" isn't exactly accurate. The laws of...

"Needs" isn't exactly accurate. The laws of physics are immutable.

Suppose a Futaba pilot built a fancy jet, and stuffed the receiver and antennas in a horrible way/location in a CF box deep in...
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Posted By AndyKunz

Also, some of our new receivers have no external...

Also, some of our new receivers have no external antennas.

But they still support remote receivers. Best of both worlds!

Andy
09-29-2020, 05:55 AM
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Posted By AndyKunz

Yes, there's no problem with flying it.

Yes, there's no problem with flying it.
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Posted By AndyKunz

A "brick" is a combination of receiver, servo(s),...

A "brick" is a combination of receiver, servo(s), and possibly other components. The term goes back to the 1970s (at least) in the RC world. Cannon RC was famous for their bricks.



Pretty...
09-24-2020, 05:03 AM
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Posted By AndyKunz

This is a known issue in the IX20 in DSM2 mode. ...

This is a known issue in the IX20 in DSM2 mode.

Andy
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Posted By AndyKunz

That is the correct logic. If you are using...

That is the correct logic.

If you are using a DX9 or higher, you have access to the Absolute Travel function. This is a clipping function which you use to limit servo rotation to match mechanical...
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Posted By AndyKunz

"Without consequence" - I don't know, I suspect...

"Without consequence" - I don't know, I suspect so. You'll have to test. The only real issue you may find is that you get a dead zone for response with extreme stick movements. If that happens,...
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