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Old 10-13-2020, 01:05 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Can the trim buttons on the DS-12, the 4 small round buttons beneath each gimbal be programmed/assigned specific functions?
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Can the trim buttons on the DS-12, the 4 small round buttons beneath each gimbal be programmed/assigned specific functions?
Yes

In my manual for DC-24 on page 84 (might be a different page for yours):

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Special trim functions

Digital trims can be used independently as controls for any function. It is possible to assign the special functions "Trim.Ctrl" or "T rim.RstOn" (Trim – Automatic reset) to any digital trim.

- Trim.Ctrl (Trim control) – enables using a specific trim independently from model functions. The transmitter remembers the trim value after shutdown. After pressing the trim button no superior functions are trimmed, only internal state of trim is incremented.

- Trim.RstOn (trim control with automatic reset) – enables using the specific trim independently from model functions. The

transmitter does not remember the value of trim after shutdown. After loading the model, the trim value is always 0%. In combination with the logical switches this option is suitable for a sequential switching between flight modes or playing sound sequences.-

–the up/down positions 3-Position momentary switch emulation are active only as long as you hold the corresponding trim button. Default value i s otherwise 0%.

- Rotary function –Every time you press the trim button the value is increased or decreased according to trim step. This creates an arbitrary number of predefined positions of the trim control which is useful for example for switching flight modes of stabilization systems. Default value is -100%.
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they're incredibly flexible... i am using i.e. a pair of them for adjusting tail gain per flight mode (permanent). others are assigned during tuning of a new heli to Spirit setup parameters. could as well be trigger for spoken telemetry values. and of course "standard" digital trims for the gimbals... not that important for fbl helis
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Thanks for sharing how you use them. That is helpful and indeed aligns with what I hear about the flexibility of Jeti, with of course the learning curve
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When using a Brain FBL, will it save the Rudder gain adjustments per Bank?
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When using a Brain FBL, will it save the Rudder gain adjustments per Bank?
Hi... it's not only per bank... it's per flightmode ( youtube video "flightmode trimming"). the same as pitch curves and throttle curves are.

so i.e. you do have saved adjustments for "Autorotation" and "Normal" "IU1" "IU2" and "IU Speed"... however you call them and how many flightmodes you like to use. if every flightmode corresponds to exactly one bank - then it's per bank!
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I use my flight modes as banks. Keeps all settings nice and separate. Jeti at its best.

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