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Feefo

Does anyone know how to set a throttle ramp up on a MPX Royal SX 16? 

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John Minchell

Pose the Question on the MPX Profi and SX radio FB group where Frank Skilbeck will answer - he's the guru on this stuff.

www.facebook.com/groups/442949249226372 

If you don't get any luck on here.

John M

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Feefo

Thanks

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FrankS

Feefo, only just seen this, if you mean by rampup that the throttle increases slowly, then yes, in the controls menu you can add a slow, this affect the time for the throttle to go from off to full, either in response to the control which can be a stick, slider or switch. The control is instant in the opposite direction.

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steveburns

It’s like a slow but you want it to go from 0% to around 50% really quickly and then up to 100% over a longer time.

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Feefo

Well I kinda side stepped the issue by buying a Taranis, just working out how the Taranis programming works now 

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FrankS
11 hours ago, steveburns said:

It’s like a slow but you want it to go from 0% to around 50% really quickly and then up to 100% over a longer time.

If you are using a switch to provide power then you could do that by amending the throttle curve, using a 5 point curve, go 0, 50%, 66%,77%, 100%, if you then set a slow for say 1s, you'd get 50% in 0.2s and then 100% in 1s.

Feefo - sorry can't help with Open Tx but you've probably discovered Mike Shelim's web site for glider programming..

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Feefo

Cheers Frank, I think I worked it out but had been thinking about getting a Taranis for some time 

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