Started by meharibear, November 30, 2020, 11:50:43 am
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Quote from: PDR on November 30, 2020, 16:40:16 pmTo other responders: You are missing the point. If the unit is doing any mixing then you would expect it to move differentially for ailerons but in the same direction for elevator, or vice-versa. This is moving both surfaces in the same direction for both elevator AND aileron, which doesn't make sense.To Meri:These units are normally set for rudder and elevator control so the internal servos are on channels 3 and 4. Are you sure your transmitter is set to mix outputs 3 and 4 rather than 2 and 3? (I never know whether the mixing is at the control level or the output channel on these mickey-mouse radios - at least on an Mpx or OTx one you know what you're actually mixing!!)
Quote from: PDR on November 30, 2020, 17:55:15 pmThe best solution is to dump that speky shite and get yourself s decent Tx, my lad...:EVPDR
Quote from: meharibear on November 30, 2020, 19:01:39 pmI normally fly Futaba Peter, but for these mico models there is very little choice but "the "S" word"!
Quote from: PDR on November 30, 2020, 22:36:34 pmWell I've had several of those UM/UMX things (and smaller) without ever having th embarrassment of owning a specky Tx. I flew them using my old Multiplex Evo and now I fly them using my Horus X10sExpress. With a little effort you could fly them from most futaba Txs as well...PDR
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