Devo transmitter switches
The one serious issue when porting model files is that the new transmitter may not have the same set of switches as the old one. In order to help people wanting to port a model file fram a transmitter they don't have, I've provided a list of switches here, listing the tx's in numerical order.
DR0, DR1, GEAR0, GEAR1, MIX0, MIX1, MIX2, FMOD0, FMOD1, FMOD2
(SW A0, SW A1, SW A2) or (SW A0, SW A1, SW B0, SW B1)
HOLD0, HOLD1, FMOD0, FMOD1
SW A0, SW A1, SW A2, SW B0, SW B1, SW B2
- Devo8 and Devo10 and Devo F12E:
RUD DR0, RUD DR1, ELE DR0, ELE DR1, AIL DR0, AIL DR1, GEAR0, GEAR1, MIX0, MIX1, MIX2, FMOD0, FMOD1, FMOD2
RUD DR0, RUD DR1, RUD DR2, ELE DR0, ELE DR1, ELE DR2, AIL DR0, AIL DR1, AIL DR2, GEAR0, GEAR1, MIX0, MIX1, MIX2, FMOD0, FMOD1, FMOD2, HOLD0, HOLD1, TRN0, TRN1
- Devo F7:
AIL_DR0, AIL_DR1, GEAR0, GEAR1, MIX0, MIX1, MIX2, FMOD0, FMOD1, FMOD2
- Devo F4:
The Devo F4 has no switches at all.
The lack of switches on the Devo F4, Devo F7, Devo7e and Devo6 can be dealt with by using the *Trim as Virtual Switch*. See the manual for details on how to set those up. Using the throttle trim switches as a pair works well, and the buttons beside the LCD can be used as push-button switches.
In addition, the Devo 10, 12, and F12E have extra analog inputs. The 10 has AUX4 and AUX6, the 12 has AUX2-AUX6, and the F12E has AUX4-AUX7.