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TTX650 Servo Travel Limits

Old 05-21-2014, 10:35 AM
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What is the relationship between Servo Travel Limits and Dual Rates on the TTX650?

It seems as though the Dual Rate adjustments over-ride Servo Travel Limits.

For example, I would have thought that if the Travel Limit Adjustment was set at, for example, 80% each way, that 100% dual rate would result in 80% total travel. Doesn't look that way during airplane setup, hoping you can clarify.

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The travel limits settings are your normal endpoints. You can vary the travel bits with the dual rates. The percentage set in the rates is a percentage of the amount set in the limits, so if you set over 100% in rates, then you are increasing that channel's travel by that amount. A number less than 100% gives you that percentage of the travel set in the limits.

The travel limit settings are not the same as limits may be in other systems. In other systems, they have separate travel and limit settings, where the limit is the absolute amount of travel permitted regardless of other settings. In the TTX650, you are setting the normal channel endpoints.
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Thank you for the rapid response and clarification. This is customer service as it should be. Thank you again.

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