ON OFF switch using the SH switch at the Taranis

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ON OFF switch using the SH switch at the Taranis

Post by norwenkel » Sun Aug 31, 2014 5:41 pm

Dear all,

I'm looking for a way to program a ON OFF SWITCH in my model using the SH switch at the Taranis TX. Meaning pressing SH once e.g. the data logging should start and pressing the SH again the looking should stop. If anybody is out here and have a solution please replay on this.

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Norbert




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Re: ON OFF switch using the SH switch at the Taranis

Post by Carbo » Sun Aug 31, 2014 6:06 pm

You can switch a GVAR between 0 and 1, if it is 0 AND SH (logical switch (LS), increase it, if it is 1 AND SH (LS) decrease it with a special function. LS for testing the GVAR and a special function checking this LS for logging.

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Re: ON OFF switch using the SH switch at the Taranis

Post by norwenkel » Sun Aug 31, 2014 6:19 pm

Thanks Carbo, that sounds like a good way to proceed. I will try to find a way to put your ideas in a program code. Maybe you already have done it?

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Re: ON OFF switch using the SH switch at the Taranis

Post by Helle » Sun Aug 31, 2014 6:25 pm

Hy Norbert

mutch simpler

think you have opentx V2.08 german installed
use a Log switch and SRFF, its a Set Reset FlipFlop (sticky)
if V1 and V2 is same switch, here SHv, then you have a Toggle FlipFlop

L1 SRFF SHv SHv

then at Spezial Funktion Start Data Logging with the L1

SF1 L1 Start Log 0,1s

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Much more examples at the Opentx German Manual (about 290pages) ..... _1608_028.pdf
viewtopic.php?f=92&t=3563&p=85090&hilit=german+Manual#p85090

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Re: ON OFF switch using the SH switch at the Taranis

Post by norwenkel » Mon Sep 01, 2014 6:48 am

Perfect Helle,

thats solve my request very well. Thanks for informing me about the 0.28 vers. of the german manual.

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Norbert


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Re: ON OFF switch using the SH switch at the Taranis

Post by Jamukah » Sat Sep 06, 2014 6:57 am

Hi Norbert,

it is also possible to start / stop logging by the GAS stick. I Prefer this setting. But this makes only sense as long you programming this function for a non -slider modell
For this case, my settings for SF and LS:


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Re: ON OFF switch using the SH switch at the Taranis

Post by utmanaren2002 » Tue Sep 09, 2014 9:28 pm

Hi guys
I have upgraded to 2.08 and can't find toggle mode as before. I used SH for throttle hold with a t to get SH toggled but now I can't find the t anymore?
Has it gone in 2.08?
Please answer if you can help me to fix it in another way


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Re: ON OFF switch using the SH switch at the Taranis

Post by Kilrah » Wed Sep 10, 2014 11:04 am

See the posts above yours. A logic switch with Sticky SHdown SHdown is what you want.

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Re: ON OFF switch using the SH switch at the Taranis

Post by Deadtillten » Sun Nov 27, 2016 10:12 pm

I have assigned my sticky switch the led's to on and off. If anyone know's how to put audio," led's on " and then " led's off " to the switch ? Would they be kind enough to post please. I've tried lots of combinations and I always get " led's on " and " led's on".
It would be very much appreciated. :)

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