jhsa wrote:Did you try calibrating your radio's gimbals?
Please go to "Radio Setup / Calibration" select it, and follow the on screen instructions..
Yes I did. But the right gimbal behaves differently in the upper and lower parts. Sometimes it sticks up and takes more time to center.
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This has issue been discussed before. If the software or firmware is good, the Gimbals are bad.
The problem is that the potentiometer is defective. I will say it bluntly! These gimbals are poorly made. There is no trunion bearings to support the potentiometer shaft. Therefore through use (often a heavy finger), the potentiometer shaft experiences excessive axial movement and this places undo wear on the potentiometer disc, eventually rubbing off the resistance plating. This in turn causes open circuits, which the software can not adjudicate.
This can be determined (if there is defective resistance plating) be using a continuity tester.
The solution. Replace the gimbal. Most try to butcher in better (high quality) gimbals from other radios in (there is more on this in this group and on the web.
I fully suport Turnigy's Radio software. It has great potential to program any thing a user can imagine. But I am severely disssapointed in the cheap hardware (non bearing on shaft potentiometer).
P.S. Most of the high end radios use optical encoders. But it is a fact that better resolution is availble to software by using resistance potentiometer's. And there are manufacturers of extreme resolution potentiometer's with roller bearing support of the shaft. Why Turnigy did not source these is beyound my pea brain comprehension.
Regards, and best of luck.
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