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10-15-2010 03:36 AM  8 years ago
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Hellsiege

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Airtronics 10g Throttle Curve
I need some help on the 10g from someone who's setup the 9 point curve before. Question is simple, on my spektrum radios previously it was 0 - 100 for each point. Well airtronics is -100 to 100 so do I still setup the curve for 0 throttle as 0 or is it really -100 which equals zero throttle? I just don't want to think 0 is the bottom and come to find out it's 50% throttle when I plug it all in. Thanks in advance for the help.
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10-15-2010 02:27 PM  8 years ago
Hellsiege

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No ideas?
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10-15-2010 10:19 PM  8 years ago
Farrell

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A value of -100 is the lowest point normally used, what you might consider idle for an engine-powered model. Your actual range on the SD-10G is +/- 150 however that would be overdriving your servo past your end-points unless you set hard "limits" for the servo in the Surface Menu.

The SD-10G's default throttle curve for all five flight modes is a simple diagonal line ("curve") from -100 to +100, just like a simple 0 to +100 curve on a radio that does not use negative numbers.

If you want to convert numbers from the 0 to +100 scale over to the SD-10G's -100 to +100 scale just do this:

Take your original number, multiply it by 2, then subtract 100.

Here are some examples:

+100 becomes +100 (100 * 2 - 100)
+75 becomes +50 (75 * 2 - 100)
+50 becomes 0 (50 * 2 - 100)
+25 becomes -50 (25 * 2 - 100)
0 becomes -100 (0 * 2 - 100)

-Farrell
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