|Oct 09, 2011, 05:48 PM|
2 Servos on One or Two Channels ?
What's the consenses on 2 servos (Say Alerons) on one or two channels? Any thoughts would be greatly appreciated, I think I know the answer but would just like others to reply.
Thanks for your time....
|Oct 09, 2011, 06:09 PM|
Joined Aug 2002
. Provides much more flexibility, permitting the use of electronic rather than simple in built differential, flapperons and more.
. With upper level TX such as a Hitec Aurora 9, user can reassign the channels so that both aileron channels are side by side e.g. 1&2 or 5&6 so as to avoid slightly different response times between the two channels. This is not noticeable on sports models but on top end (3D) models there is a delay between separated channels as signal goes in channel order.
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|Oct 09, 2011, 11:28 PM|
I'm assuming we are talking about small and medium size models, or at least fairly simple ones. For the big aerobatic models, the story is quite different and you should be looking for expertise in the appropriate forum.
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