13. Servo position explanation

 

Timer operates one servo and moves it to 9 programmable positions.

You can program time and position for commands 1 – 7 independently

You can program positions 8 and 9 independently

Servo goes to position 1 after the command 1 is executed

Servo goes to position 2 after the command 2 is executed

Servo goes to position 3 after the command 3 is executed

Servo goes to position 4 after the command 4 is executed

Servo goes to position 5 after the command 5 is executed

Servo goes to position 6 after the command 6 is executed

Servo goes to position 7 after the DT command is executed

Servo position 8 is for flight preparation (see 1. Preparation for flight)

Servo position 9 is “ready for the flight” (see 1. Preparation for flight)

Each time and Servo position is defined by 3-digit number. To edit any value you need to enter the edit mode for this particular number and then enter the three digit number. You can edit one value at a time.

  • Friday, 23 September 2011

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