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Trim Settings

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Besides the already available, dedicated Trim knobs on the Main Unit, the operator can also define the values as well as their incremental rate through these settings.


Trims can be thought of like the center offset values for each channel. If a motor or another output device on a model needs its center to be offset then these are the values that must be altered. Values altered in this section, are also controlled by the Trim Levers located near each Main Stick axis. The only difference of this section is that the operator can define the exact value, necessary for each of the 4 main channels.

Channel 1 - 4

By selecting the value associated with the corresponding channel, the operator may define a negative or positive offset value. The channel association to each Main Stick axis is relevant to the corresponding Mode selected within the Root Stick Settings

Mult/ier - Multiplier

The Multiplier value is what defines in how many increments shall the trim value be altered. For example if the Multiplier is set to 1 then every time the value is altered through the Trim Levers on the Main Unit or through this menu, the offset value shall be incremented by 1 unit. If the value is 10 or 20 then the increments shall be made with the same count.


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.

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