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Offline Wilf

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Graupner Throttle cut revisited
« on: August 11, 2018, 09:51:51 AM »
I think I have a solution for the zero throttle position problem. It requires 2 logic “AND” Functions and an “OR” function as a latch. The logic works so that the throttle stick must be at the idle position before the throttle arm switch is enabled.


I am still working at programming it into my Graupner, but will keep you posted as I get it working.
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Eureka , WORKING SOLUTION FOR MOST GRAUPNER TRANSMITTERS
« Reply #1 on: August 13, 2018, 10:11:43 AM »
I have finished implementing and testing the ZERO THROTTLE ARMING program for my Graupner MZ-24. This program will work with most radios which allow LOGICAL SWITCH programming under the FUNCTION menu.  I haven’t created a step by step write up yet, but I will E-Mail it when it is finished to anyone who is interested. My address is wilf.hill47@gmail.com.


If I finish it today, I will bring copies to the meeting tonight as well as demonstrate.