Thread: New Product Spektrum DX8 & DX10
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Old Jan 08, 2013, 02:24 PM
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Originally Posted by AndyKunz View Post
What are you asking, Frank? The 3-position toggle switches do exactly that.

As for a momentary switch that latches or cycles through logical values, it won't happen anytime soon. We have a strong directive that a switch must visually indicate it's state very easily. It would be a huge policy change to get away from that.


Just to add my 2cents...

I would much prefer the latch or cycle for my machinery, as I am using the momentary switches to change the channel the stick is controlling.

On the Helis, I am using both as throttle cut triggers... That way when the ohh $&@) moment happens I just press either button, and hopefully(still a noob at controlling something with the ability to get off the ground) land upright after much stick banging. I also have a TC switch to a toggle, which I use for other non-emergency uses. I need to see at a glance that the TC is engaged...

In summary I can see both sides, but the question for Spektrum is:
- is the 10t only for planks and Helis?
The answer should drive a little bit more flexibility for the 10t... I think.

Anyways that's my 2 cents...

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