v120d02s 6axis

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10 Sep 2012 07:09 - 28 Sep 2012 15:07 #1458 by Sam
v120d02s 6axis was created by Sam
hello to all the new thread for new v120 pls from all after you upload upload you model add what TX you use i upload my litle later i in course from my work thanks. to all
Last edit: 28 Sep 2012 15:07 by Sam.

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10 Sep 2012 08:42 #1461 by FDR
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So far only the DEVO 8 and 8S are supported, but you are right, that later it could be useful information.
The channel/mixer part will be equal, so you should be able to use the same configurations, except fot the switches, which might not exist on some DEVO transmitters...

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18 Sep 2012 22:33 #1729 by Odinsson
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First of all: Thanks to all of you they did that great work!
It works great with my V200D01 and the msrX.
I just need some help with the New V120D02s. How can i set the Gyro?
Im still learning about the transmitter, so it would be awesome if somebody could explain it to me or upload an .ini- file with the settings!

Have a ncie day and fun with the stuff from here!

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19 Sep 2012 04:42 #1736 by FDR
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Gyro is the 7th channel.
You can configure it to a fixed value (with "fixed" function scaled to the desired value), or use the Expo&DR to give it more switchable value...
Look at my Genius CP config as an example...

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19 Sep 2012 20:26 #1748 by Odinsson
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Thanks, that helped very much. i just cant load models to the transmiter. everytime i try the update-programm crushes. :(

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19 Sep 2012 20:33 #1749 by Odinsson
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Just found the way, jutst copy and paste the text in the file! lol <- it could be that easy! lol

Thanks, guys!

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