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Model Menu

Once everything is properly configured in the Root Menu, it is time to setup preferences related to your model. Adjust things such as End Points, Trims, Timers, Mixing and others. Everything related to the Model Menu can be found in this section if the Blog.

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 -...
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Reverse Settings

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Find out how to reverse a channels value through these settings. We guide the operator through the steps required in order to reverse a channel with few easy presses of a button. This section is by most part, self explanatory. The settings defined here shall determine the appropriate direction in which the values shall be transmitted to the model. Channel This option defines which channel shall be modified. When selected, the appropriate values will be refreshed and become ready for alteration. The amount of channels available in this section is directly linked to the amount of channels selected in the Root Model Settings State This option has only 2 available states. The first one is Normal and the second one is Reverse. By choosing the appropriate option, the values shall flip accordingly as will the output devices on the model being controlled....
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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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