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09-19-2009 02:54 AM  11 years ago
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JeffKollin

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Futaba 7C airplane transmitter & zero alpha governor setup
Need step by step setup for zero alpha governor for a 7C transmitter.Throttle plugged into channel 3 and yellow lead plugged into channel 7.New to governors so everybit of info would be good.
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09-19-2009 03:57 AM  11 years ago
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more info
I guess more would be better..
I have gone through the calibration of the governor,channel 7 (the yellow lead channel) I have asigned to switch E, which is my throttle hold switch so that when in throttle hold the governor turns off, and in the governor menu in the radio , the governor is asigned to switch G which is my idle up.The governor percentages under 50% the light will stay off in any mode and any thing above I get the random rpm blinks depending on how high the percentage is.I guess what I am not understanding is I thought the light was not suppose to blink at any time with the throttle is under 10%.I calibrated with the throttle stick at 0 with no throttle trim, after calibration I put the throttle trim back to mid point for idle.If the light is blinking I can go into throttle hold and the light wil stay on with no blinking.All this is being done on the bench with the engine not running.
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