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Demetris Zavorotnitsienko

Demetris Zavorotnitsienko

Have been working with electronics for as long as i can remember. Always enjoyed making something new and having the pleasure of seeing it work at the end. One of my latest and i must say, greatest creations is OSRC - Open Source Remote Control. Finally i can work on a single project, devote my full attention towards it and improve it as much as possible, with help from the RC and general Open Source community.

End Points

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Learn how to adjust the End Points for channels and which options are available within this section. Although the option should sound familiar to every RC operator, the OSRC firmware has some functionality that may differ from other units. Unlike the End Values that can be changed within the Root Model Settings, the End Points in this section are what define the absolute minimum values based on those settings. This gives even more flexibility to the operator when adjusting his/her model. For practicality sake, the values displayed are divided by 10. In reality the values shall be automatically recalculated once the settings are set. It is also good to know that by triggering the Edit/Clear function, the operator can always reset the value back to its original state. Channel This option defines which channel shall be modified. When selected, the appropriate values will be refreshed and become ready for alteration. The...
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Dual Rates

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If you need to adjust the Dual Rates on a channel then this section will guide you through the steps needed to achieve just that. Besides the commonly known functions, the OSRC firmware provides additional control over the setup to assist the operator. Visually, the Dual Rates are controlled the same way as the Exponential Curves. The difference lies within the part of the curve being controlled. Just like the Exponential settings, OSRC uses the Gamma Correction formula to display the curve. The part of the curve that is controlled in this section is what can graphically be explained as the Tail of the curve. By altering the Minimum or Maximum values, the Vertical Scale (sort of speak) is altered. Chan - Channel Number This option lets the operator select which channel is to be modified. For practicality reasons the only channels that are affected by the curve are the first...
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Exponential Settings

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Find out how to configure the exponential curves for each channel. In this section we also go through additional features the exponential menu provides as well as functions which trigger them. Although the name is Exponential, the OSRC system uses the name only for historical reasons. In reality, the formula for actually calculating the curve for each channel is similar to a Gamma Correction curve. Even though it is quite similar to the Exponential formula, the Gamma Correction calculations give out different and in some cases extreme values which can help with highly sensitive beginner operators or push the controls to extreme values for advanced veterans. Chan - Channel Number This option lets the operator select which channel is to be modified. For practicality reasons the only channels that are affected by the curve are the first 4. Although we could easily make all channels be affected by curvature alterations, for...
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