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Mixing with the FlySky FS-i6
« on: May 10, 2019, 14:11:26 PM »
Rather than use a "Y" lead for the ailerons on my Piper Super Cub build I'd like to use two channels (mix) on my receiver so that I can adjust up and down travel on each aileron separately.

Is this possible does anybody know who has this equipment, the manual isn't too clear on mixing to my old brain!


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Re: Mixing with the FlySky FS-i6
« Reply #1 on: May 10, 2019, 17:54:24 PM »
Get via the "spanner" menu to the Mix menu. It's down off the page as it loads up, scroll down to it..

Std channel layout is AETR, Ch's 1234.

In Mix  (and default No#1) set Master to Ch1 (Aileron) and Slave as an unused channel, 5 or 6. Pos and Neg will be 50% each (default) and the centre will be default 0%.

Turn mix on and test.
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Re: Mixing with the FlySky FS-i6
« Reply #2 on: May 10, 2019, 17:56:14 PM »
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