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Pitch Curve & Pitch Travel

Posted 06-30-2015 at 06:50 AM by JonJet
Updated 07-10-2015 at 07:13 AM by JonJet

Pitch Curve allows a variety of response levels depending on the reaction desired from collective stick movement

A linear pitch curve (0-25-50-75-100) is generally accepted in most cases for Normal and Idle Up Modes

A Hold Mode pitch curve of 0-50-50-50-100 will allow a quick check of pos/neg pitch travel as well as being helpful during setup for zero-pitch without having to be specific on the collective stick

0 = maximum negative collective
100 = max positive collective
1-99 gives 50 or zero-pitch

Pitch Curve can be increased or decreased using pitch servo travel - many Blade heli's are recommended at 75 pos/neg pitch travel...
The amount of travel can be reduced to help control TBO or increased for a crisp response

Keep in mind that travel settings are not a percentage...they are a specific limit for the model...most TX's can handle many types of servo's and therefore the travel limits are extremely wide in the transmitter...but the specific model's servo's may not be capable of such wide travel parameters
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