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09-08-2006 11:42 PM  14 years ago
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cwright

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DX6 CCPM Question
In the ccpm menu there is 3 sets of nunbers, cp2, cp3, cp6 with a preset value. I am assuming that the cp2 is the aileron channel, cp3 is the elevator channel, and cp6 is the pitch channel on the receiver. The preset value comes at +60 for all three. Can someone tell me what these numbers mean in the way it mixes the 3 channels? I know it has to do with the ccpm mixing, but having a better understanding would help me setup my TREX SE. Also I have installed JR DS285 servos for the ccpm, and will be using a 401 with a Futaba 9650 servo for the tail. I will be using the stock 430L motor and stock speed control. Thanks Chuck
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09-08-2006 11:48 PM  14 years ago
RCHeliJim

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those numbers correspond to the travel (basically ATV) of those functions and the direction (servo reversing) of those functions. IN other words - if you were to increase the +60 for pitch up to 80, all three servos would deliver more travel, thusly giving more pitch.

If you were to change the +60 to a -60, it would reverse the function, meaning upstick would now move the servos the opposite direction. Remember, the swash mixes affect the whole function, not the individual servos.


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