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Sep 21, 2011, 10:16 AM
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Graupner MX-16 or MX-20 HoTT urgent question!!

I'm about to buy a Graupner MX-20 that I would like to use for my multicopter.

I just want to know if it is possible to mix two switches on one channel to able to get more values/modes.

Normally a 3-way switch is used on CH5 to select flight-modes. (stable, simple, waypoints, alt-hold, etc.)
But with one 3-way switch you can only obtain 3 modes.
Now, with other Tx's you can mix another switch with the 3-way switch, eg. a 2-way switch.
The result is that you can set 6 modes now on CH5.

Is this possible with the new Graupner MX-20 HoTT?
Actually it would be enough for me to know if the Graupner MX-16 can do it, because then I know for sure that the MX-20 can be programmed for that.

Can someone please help me out?

Thanks in advance!
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Sep 21, 2011, 12:09 PM
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Another question.

If I want to use the "33620 Electric Air-Module 2-14 S with Vario
Graupner HoTT 2.4", I don't need that smart box, right?

I can read the telemetry-data off my Tx? Is dat correct?
Jan 24, 2012, 08:50 AM
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I don't know if you are still waiting for an answer 4 months later... anyway

You don't need the smartbox to use the Electric air module with an MX20

The MX20 authorize 7 flight faze so it's not a problem.... and you can mix several switch to set the faze you wish

The mx20 manual explain that page 122....downloadable on graupner website


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