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02-19-2014 09:17 AM  3 years agoPost 1
Vaderluck

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There are mixing function in transmitter (in DX6i, there mix1 and mix2). I wonder anyone is using it. What is it used for ?

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02-19-2014 10:22 AM  3 years agoPost 2
Paul Woodcock

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Hi

Short answer: No
Long answer: Planes

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Paul

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02-19-2014 10:56 AM  3 years agoPost 3
jbiter

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The mixes are used to correct interactions or anything else you can dream up. I once used programmable mixes to lower the gyro rudder gain while pirouetting as a means to increase the pirouette speed. This was in the days prior to HH gyros.

As noted above, with HH gyros and more specifically, FBL units, these mixes are no longer needed for our helis

Jeff

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02-19-2014 11:56 AM  3 years agoPost 4
chickens2252

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The new Gov on the AR7200BX doesn't have a separate on/off channel so I used a mix instead of the Gov function to control the Aux3(RPM) and turned that mix on and off with a switch.

I don't know if the DX6i has the added feature of switch on/off in it's two mixes. But it was just an example of how you could use them.

Tighten it tell it loosens then back it off a quarter

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