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 Jan 06, 2013, 09:47 PM Registered User United States, NY, New York Joined Nov 2010 2,682 Posts Lentar...great to hear about crash parts. Thx
Jan 06, 2013, 10:06 PM
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 Originally Posted by Lentar The actual values you are supposed to put in the pitch curve are: 30, 35, 45, 55, 60 (Normal flying) 25, 35, 45, 55, 65 (Stunt flying) Whatever the actual values, it does not make a difference, as the value 25 gives maximum negative pitch, and 65 gives maximum positive pitch. In both curves, 45 gives zero pitch at mid-throttle.
Actually the middle numbers will make a difference on how the stick feels during the transitions of points in those curves between the minimum and maximum pitch. The more linear the more smooth it will be and is why most instead choose to forgo adjusting pitch for a micro cp on the pitch curve and instead leave it linear and adjust pitch end points with travel adjust.

On a properly setup CP heli 0 pitch should be 50% pitch curve ( or 0 on -100 to +100 radios) and 50% stick, anything else is incorrect for a CP heli and you might as well start off right

To get an -11 with 0 pitch at 45% (midstick) and +11 pitch with a curve that starts at 25 and ends at 65 they have adjusted the servo arm or pitch links length and/or messing with software. It should be 25 through 75 to have equal degrees of output and 0 pitch at 50%

What I really dont understand is how the two pitch curves 30, 35, 45, 55, 60 (Normal flying) and 25, 35, 45, 55, 65 (Stunt flying) give -2 pitch for 30% and -11 pitch for 25% and 10 pitch at 60% and 11 pitch at 65% between the two modes unless they are messing with travel limits as well on the regular and/or stunt mode.....
Last edited by indoorheli; Jan 07, 2013 at 12:36 AM.
 Jan 07, 2013, 01:05 AM Registered User United States, NY, New York Joined Nov 2010 2,682 Posts Did banggood drop the price today or tonight? I had it in my cart with some parts this morning. I couldn't wait so I bought it. I paid 98 bucks for the colored box version with a lot of spares. Landing gear, motors, tail booms, extra lipos, tail rotors, linkages, canopy, main shafts, main gear, feathering shaft, rotor head, and blade grips...wheww...All came up to 139 shipped. I had a 5 dollar off coupon.
 Jan 07, 2013, 01:47 AM Registered User United States, NY, New York Joined Nov 2010 2,682 Posts Just found this link online. http://events.rc-fever.com/ . Free spare parts for making a video of this thing flying...lol
Jan 07, 2013, 06:01 PM
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 Originally Posted by indoorheli Actually the middle numbers will make a difference on how the stick feels during the transitions of points in those curves between the minimum and maximum pitch. The more linear the more smooth it will be and is why most instead choose to forgo adjusting pitch for a micro cp on the pitch curve and instead leave it linear and adjust pitch end points with travel adjust. On a properly setup CP heli 0 pitch should be 50% pitch curve ( or 0 on -100 to +100 radios) and 50% stick, anything else is incorrect for a CP heli and you might as well start off right To get an -11 with 0 pitch at 45% (midstick) and +11 pitch with a curve that starts at 25 and ends at 65 they have adjusted the servo arm or pitch links length and/or messing with software. It should be 25 through 75 to have equal degrees of output and 0 pitch at 50% What I really dont understand is how the two pitch curves 30, 35, 45, 55, 60 (Normal flying) and 25, 35, 45, 55, 65 (Stunt flying) give -2 pitch for 30% and -11 pitch for 25% and 10 pitch at 60% and 11 pitch at 65% between the two modes unless they are messing with travel limits as well on the regular and/or stunt mode.....
Another thing I've noticed is that if you change say one value on the pitch curve, it seems to change the actual pitch at the other points as well, which is not something I was expecting. So its clear that something has been done in the software on the receiver.
Jan 07, 2013, 06:37 PM
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 Originally Posted by ridge_racer Did banggood drop the price today or tonight? I had it in my cart with some parts this morning. I couldn't wait so I bought it. I paid 98 bucks for the colored box version with a lot of spares. Landing gear, motors, tail booms, extra lipos, tail rotors, linkages, canopy, main shafts, main gear, feathering shaft, rotor head, and blade grips...wheww...All came up to 139 shipped. I had a 5 dollar off coupon.
Now that is what I call an impressive parts order. Let us know when you get it!
Jan 08, 2013, 04:48 AM
Michael Skyartec
Joined Dec 2012
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Wireless Training function video

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 Originally Posted by skyartec_michael @Lentar Please follow the steps below to set the student-trainer function: 1.Bind the receiver with the Student Transmitter in STD MODE(the Receiver can be bind with transmitter only in STD MODE) 2.Set the Student Transmitter to SLV MODE. 3.Set the Teacher Transmitter to MAS MODE and select AT.( press "EXIT" When AT is flashing to confirm the auto detect setting) 4.Turn off all transmitters & receiver, 5.Turn on the Student Transmitter. 6.Turn on the receiver. 7.Turn on the Teacher Transmitter. 8.The Teacher Transmitter will beep once after successfully bind with the Student Transmitter. 9.Now you may use the student-trainer function without a wire connection between two NASA-701. 10.With the left ear down, the heli will be controlled by the Teacher Transmitter, And with the left ear up, the heli will be controlled by the Student Transmitter. Michael
 Jan 08, 2013, 11:52 AM freexgroup Joined Feb 2006 394 Posts now we have offer 1.1 for red light software upgrade it can let wasp nano cp more stable on red light mode.
 Jan 08, 2013, 12:05 PM Registered User Joined May 2012 73 Posts " I believe the Mini CP landing gear is supposed to fit." Is there any one measured the dimensions of the land gear?
Jan 08, 2013, 02:24 PM
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Quote:
 Originally Posted by Lentar Now that is what I call an impressive parts order. Let us know when you get it!

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 Originally Posted by skyartec now we have offer 1.1 for red light software upgrade it can let wasp nano cp more stable on red light mode.
How do I upgrade the software? Does the kit include a programming cable for the radio?
 Jan 08, 2013, 02:33 PM Trees are bad United States, NE, Omaha Joined Sep 2012 127 Posts How do I upgrade the software? Does the kit include a programming cable for the radio?[/QUOTE] This may or may not be what you want. I haven't seen it included with kits. http://www.skyartec.com/ProductShow.asp?ArticleID=1694
 Jan 08, 2013, 02:54 PM Trees are bad United States, NE, Omaha Joined Sep 2012 127 Posts Ok I think the above post is incorrect. Look at this instead. http://www.skyartec.com/ProductShow.asp?ArticleID=1879
 Jan 08, 2013, 05:09 PM Registered User United States, NY, New York Joined Nov 2010 2,682 Posts Looks like a SIM cable..?
Jan 08, 2013, 10:10 PM
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 Originally Posted by ridge_racer Looks like a SIM cable..?
Yes this is the SIM cable which you need to use with the NASA-701 transmitter. The cables used with the older transmitters don't seem to work. The 8 in 1, 12 in 1 types of sim cable-USB dongles that you may have seen on the internet and eBay also do not work, since they do not have the 5 point DIN plug which Skyartec uses.

I've actually ordered one for myself (has not arrived as yet)
 Jan 08, 2013, 10:20 PM Registered User United States, NY, New York Joined Nov 2010 2,682 Posts So firmware updates are accomplished with this cable as well?