Does anyone know how to setup failsafe on the ezUHF system?
Documentation on the web states the data below but that looks like it will just move to the throttle 0 position which is not low enough.
If, for any reason, the UHF link is broken, the receiver will wait for approximately 1 second for the link to be restored, and then will enter failsafe mode.
The failsafe servo positions are programmed using the button on the transmitter.
To set this up, two phases are recommended.
1) With the plane on the ground, and servo positions neutral, throttle cut, hold down the transmitter’s bind/failsafe button until the transmitter beeps. This will set a reasonable default failsafe ready for the first flight
2) With the plane in flight, set the controls in a suitable position for the failsafe, and re-program the failsafe. In most cases, ‘suitable position’ means throttle cut, and a gentle turn radius, to let the plane circle gently until it lands, but of course every application is a little different."