|Jan 05, 2010, 10:33 AM|
Prop response w/programmable curve?
JR 9303 lets you program a throttle curve, think of it kind of like Expo – stick moves 0 – 25 –50 – 75 – 100% , but real output signal does something like 0 – 12.5 – 35 – 60 – 100%.
Has anyone found a curve/profile that makes for a better plane/prop response to the throttle stick?
|Jan 05, 2010, 12:41 PM|
Throttle curve is mainly used for helis as a way of setting the throttle to a specific point when the stick is position at a specific place on the TX.
Not really 100% usefull on a plane.
Throttle curve is very usefull for heli as the throttle stick not only control the motor speed but also blade pitch.
If you really wantto this because you really want the plane motor/prop to be spinning at a specific point in the throttle stick position then sure you can use throttle curve programming BUT that would still be user and rc preffered settings.
My curve may not work for you and your RC. So you are pretty sure on you're own.
Thats why several TX manufacturers have throttle curve programming on in heli mode if they have both heli and plane mode capability.
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