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Old Apr 04, 2012, 10:21 PM
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Originally Posted by ES201 View Post
And do you know what, by the way? My tx has 5 ch, 4 proportional, 1 called gear the 5th: On-off./ my rx has 7 ch. 2 of them labeled aux 1, aux 2 and really i don't know, not even tried if they are: Analog-digital; proportional-open/close???? I wonder if there is a tx with more than 4 proportional ch and what their use is... .
Channel 6 is most commonly used to control one aileron in a dual setup driven by a transmitter mix. This is of course, a proportional application. It may also be used as the flap channel, often with a three position switch for control, but sometimes with a rotary pot or slider. Many transmitters with seven or more channels have continuously variable (proportional) controls ( the JR 9503, for example, has a slider on each side).
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