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john stones 109/07/2020 17:48:47
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What does option two mean on setting failsafe "How to set failsafe for no pulses on lost signal" what does no pulses mean please ?

Phil Green09/07/2020 18:19:43
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It literally means the receiver doesnt send any servo PWM pulses when in failsafe John. Without pulses an ESC will stop, and servos will stay in their current positions but with no holding resistance to movement, just like when they're unpowered.  'No pulses' is often used by flight controllers etc to detect failsafe as it doesnt waste a channel.




Edited By Phil Green on 09/07/2020 18:24:05

john stones 109/07/2020 20:24:34
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Thanks Phil.

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