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Old 12-16-2012, 05:39 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default APS Pulse Width Signals

Hello again,

Has anyone actually measured or know what the pulse width signals are for the receiver output going to the 3GX for the different modes using the APS system?

If it were known what the pulse width output for 3GX mode, APS mode, GPS mode and so on, it may eliminate some problems with crashes due to improper transmitter setup.

There are simple and inexpensive devices to measure the pulse width coming from the Rx.

I have an osilliscope and I'm sure there are others who do too.
The other devices are ESC programmers such as for Hacker motors.

That would be a good way of knowing if the transmitter is setup properly.

Anyone have any thoughts or info on this idea?


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