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Taranis mixes/custom switches
« on: November 29, 2018, 22:29:07 »
Does anyone know of a good guide?

What I'm trying to do (rightly or wrongly) is;

Legs down when I change the mode to failsafe  (rth) and also set the buzzer going.

Legs down if I set the buzzer going.

Modes are a 3 position switch on ch7

Buzzer is on ch9

Legs are a two position switch on ch15 and 16 (I haven't got around to making the 2 wires 1).

I think I'm just tired, this seems such a simple thing but I just can't seem to suss it!

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Re: Taranis mixes/custom switches
« Reply #1 on: November 29, 2018, 23:16:20 »
Legs down if I set the buzzer going.
Might not be a good idea. As you might want to use the buzzer if you crash land and need to use use buzzer to find it you might not want to lower legs then!!!
With a larger quad that might not be much of an issue but not knowing the orientation and just sounding the buzzer lowering the legs might be iffy?

As for guides, try Josh Bardwell, Painless 360 or Blue Falcon on Youtube. They might have something to help.

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Re: Taranis mixes/custom switches
« Reply #2 on: November 30, 2018, 08:51:55 »
Have a look at the painless vid for elevator to flap simple mix
It gives a very clear method of adding mixes.
The handbook from T9 is also very good.
https://www.t9hobbysport.com/rc-gear/frsky-taranis-transmitter.


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Re: Taranis mixes/custom switches
« Reply #3 on: December 02, 2018, 02:48:19 »
Thankyou very much! Didn't quite point me in the right direction but it helped in a roundabout way, my ears are still ringing from the trial and error bit though....

Typically, I only have one part of the build left to come and it's the one thing that's stopping me going any further  (mounts for c.f. tubes) VERY frustrating