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Old 09-15-2013, 03:56 PM   #1 (permalink)
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In the Ikon setup, I see that the "digital" icon for tail servo denotes 1520/200. Stupid question here, when I look at the specs for ds425M it is at "1520μs standard band / 333Hz Frequency". Do I just change it to 333 at the bottom in the blank?

Sorry for the stupid question here, but I dont want to fry my tail servo
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In the Ikon setup, I see that the "digital" icon for tail servo denotes 1520/200. Stupid question here, when I look at the specs for ds425M it is at "1520μs standard band / 333Hz Frequency". Do I just change it to 333 at the bottom in the blank?

Sorry for the stupid question here, but I dont want to fry my tail servo
That is what I have done. Works fine
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Old 09-15-2013, 04:28 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Thanks, now, I'm gonna admit that I fried a stock one by setting it wrong. I thought I had done it correctly, but I think I clicked on one of the other tail servo icons and it reset it to an incorrect freq. Then plugged it in, and splat.

Live and learn I guess. I had about 120 flights on it anyway and was intending to replace it, so it wasnt too big of a loss

Align servo appears to be working fine now
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