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[SOLVED] Rudder End Point Limits
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Author:  georgia_hdman [ Tue 27. Nov 2018 23:32:55 ]
Post subject:  [SOLVED] Rudder End Point Limits

Hi,

The manual says:

Rudder end-points (tuning)
Left / Right limit - Sets the minimum and maximum deflection of rudder rotor blades. We
recommend setting these values for both directions to the maximum allowed range by the
manufacturer of the helicopter. Otherwise, the rudder may not be able to keep the yaw
direction during demanding maneuvers and tail blow outs may occur. Do not exceed
allowed limit for your model.

I am not sure what to do here. When I do adjust these -- either maximum or minimum, there is no visible effect on the travel of the bearing. Can you please provide some more information about what I am to do with this setting.

TREX-550X electric

Thanks
Jim

Author:  ZeXx86 [ Wed 28. Nov 2018 8:34:37 ]
Post subject:  Re: Rudder End Point Limits

Hi,

your Gyro Gain limit is probably just too low or it is in the Normal/Rate mode.
You want to use Head Lock mode.

So if you used the end points to set limits then limits are fine for sure.

Author:  georgia_hdman [ Wed 28. Nov 2018 13:20:01 ]
Post subject:  Re: Rudder End Point Limits

Thank you. And what about using transmitter for servo travel? Should I avoid doing that and just use the Spirit configurations? Or is it okay to use transmitter functions for servo travel?

Thanks again
Jim

Author:  ZeXx86 [ Wed 28. Nov 2018 16:58:08 ]
Post subject:  Re: Rudder End Point Limits

Yes, definitively you should avoid using Servo Travel in the radio. It will have not desired effect.

Author:  georgia_hdman [ Wed 28. Nov 2018 23:05:42 ]
Post subject:  Re: Rudder End Point Limits

Thank you. Heading Lock was the issue. With that on, I was able to make the adjustments using the Spirit configuration for Rudder end points.

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