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05-31-2011 12:53 AM  8 years ago
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Nycatt

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Vbar Gov Expert Settings
Just to compare, can a few of you reply with your expert settings on a similar setup.

Trex 700N
YS91 3DS
Hatori SB-19

Mine are:

Gov Gain = 86
Runup Speed Limit = 20
Differential = 10
Integral = 25
Max P Limiter = 40
Cyclic Add = 30
Collective Dynamic = 50
Collective Reduce -10
% Minimum Gov -16

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05-31-2011 02:54 AM  8 years ago
sluggo

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Mine are almost stock

700n
0S HZR
mp6

Gov Gain = 65
Runup Speed Limit = 3
Differential = 10
Integral = 25
Max P Limiter = 30
Cyclic Add = 30
Collective Dynamic = 20
Collective Reduce 0
% Minimum Gov -50

I just started using this unit so I am still trying to learn what everything does. so if it looks wrong please tell me I can tell you so far it works awesome but I did notice a little overspeeding today coming off pitch to 0.
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05-31-2011 08:39 AM  8 years ago
Sam2b

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Resting your mouse over the various parameters' popup you'll notice the % Minimum Gov value. It says if this is too high (too close to zero) it may cause over speeding. So try decreasing the value down to -60 or -70, but heed the warning in the popup.

Remember on the scale with negative numbers the word decreasing means in this case moving from -50 to
-60. Conversely increasing would be moving from -50 to -40.

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05-31-2011 02:00 PM  8 years ago
sluggo

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Cool thanks Sam I will give that a try.Teambob00
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06-02-2011 11:55 PM  8 years ago
Nycatt

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Anyone else??


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06-03-2011 01:11 AM  8 years ago
Sam2b

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May I add something else? Mr. Mel has stated you can adjust the Vbar throttle curve on the software, gain, and start up speed. You may wan to try increasing the gain by increments of 5 and it may better catch the over speeding. The throttle curve steepness will both get on/off the throttle preempting your stick movements. It does not matter where on the grid the Vbar throttle curve exists, but what matters most is the steepness - like a more narrow "V" shape.

Note your transmitter throttle curves in idle up should be flat.
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