I have a question regarding calibration, hoping someone can give some steer:
After initial flights have been conducted in manual mode to baseline a plane, should it not be necessary to recalibrate the controls such that the PWM trim value is right for "straight" flight? I have never actually done this, and my aircraft all fly well, but is there not some conflict between the PWM trim value stored in the flight controller and the "override" value from the transmitter's trim position?
Hi Chris - just to point out, I'm happily flying in various modes - assisted and auto, not sure what the elevator issue you mention is about. Perhaps you misunderstood my question?
Thanks Iskess, that answers my question.
I always try get my planes flying as close to centre trim on the TX as possible (ie. by adjusting pushrod length) which means the value is not far off from the TRIM value established during calibration. But I'm surprised this issue is not covered in the wiki.
Yep, sure did. Sorry I couldn't help but looks like you figured it out. I learned something too!