Programming a throttle POSITION hold with, Taranis

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drewsterflyer
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Programming a throttle POSITION hold with, Taranis

Post by drewsterflyer » Sun Oct 28, 2018 7:44 pm

Trying to setup a switch on my Taranis X9D, V2.2 firmware, that allows me to activate a switch and HOLD THE CURRENT THROTTLE POSITION - useful when learning to hover a helicopter.

I have searched the web endlessly to no avail - plenty of articles on how to program a throttle 'kill' or 'disable' switch, but that is NOT what I am trying to achieve. I need a switch that will simply maintain the throttle signal at the last known throttle stick position until the switch is turned off.

Any ideas?

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Re: Programming a throttle POSITION hold with, Taranis

Post by Kilrah » Sun Oct 28, 2018 7:46 pm

If your throttle channel is CH3, then below the main line of CH3 add a REPLACE mixer line with 100%CH3 and the switch you want to activate the feature.

You obviously want to be extremely careful when setting this up and using it, and should always have a throttle kill with higher priority.

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Re: Programming a throttle POSITION hold with, Taranis

Post by jhsa » Sun Oct 28, 2018 7:51 pm

Ch03 100% Thr
R 100% CH3 Switch (THR) (R means that this is a replace mix)

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Re: Programming a throttle POSITION hold with, Taranis

Post by drewsterflyer » Sun Oct 28, 2018 8:18 pm

Many thanks for the prompt response.
Think I have it sorted now!

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