User manual: Tuning - timers and display

Table of contents

  1. Clocks
  2. display

Clocks

RadioClone has 4 built-in clocks. They can be set up and delete the MODEL menu → clocks. traditionally up and down buttons allow you to choose the configuration clock


clock information in this order:
first line:
Numer zegara: od 0 do 3
The current clock time
Set alarm time (the clock count down to up) or the initial setting for the count down clock down
Alarm set (number of beeps) identified a number from 1 to 4, this is not set (the upper line, the last character)


second line:
direction of rotation (arrow up, counting forward, counting down arrow down)
Clock type (there is always enabled)
'R' Is the clock is automatically reloaded after deduction of the alarm (or zero) - here off. (lower last character of the line)

The clock - always on

No additional condition to the clock. If the clock is always running (for example, started by autostart) counts


Clock type - if smaller / larger

No additional condition to the clock. If the clock is always running (for example, started by autostart) counts.


The clock counts down only if the condition of the chosen variable. for example, you can set OUT3> -70 and then the clock will be counted only if the engine (attached to Out3) is enabled.

Clock type - proportional

No additional condition to the clock. If the clock is always running (for example, started by autostart) counts.


Clock counting rate is proportional to the selected variable. Full speed for the 100, stop for a -100. Setting the timer to a variable proportion Out3 (standard output of the engine) results in his work proportional to motor speed (take into account all the curves, D / R, Thr CUT, etc. ..)

Clock type - state

You can control the clock with the same condition as in the mixer


display

RadioClone allows you to freely configure the information presented on the screen (main screen). screen contract is divided into "modules" of the same size, which are called as follows:

G08H
19
2A
3B
4C
5D
6E
7F
Each module can be independently configured, and its contents can vary depending on the needs (a condition analogous to the mixer).
Please note that the order matters. Only the first condition for satisfying the definition of the module will be displayed. If there are two definitions for the same module, which is the first condition displays will be met, and another will be missed.

Left / right keys allow you to swap the order of the definition of the display module.

module Name

Displays the currently defined model name. It also works for vertical modules.

Text module

Displays any text up to 9 characters. Zdefioniowany text stored in the text (including 255 characters). Please note that the text is one character more than the actual length (end text).
The module can be vertical module.

The module

The module allows you to display the value of any variable displayed as a 3-digit number with a sign. Additionally, you can enter the 4-character text that is displayed before the number.
The module can be vertical module

Clock module

The module displays the selected clock display format H: MM: SS.
The module may be a module vertically.

battery modules

Displays the current level of battery voltage (scaled in volts)
The module can be vertical module

module United

Shows the status of virtual switches. Each switch is saved as a suitable example cyfta "3 7" is switched virtual switches 3 and 7

Modul Debuger

information shows how fast the equipment. For example, a record 0060/0442, means that the PPM frame generated is 60 times per second, and the main loop of the program is carried out 442 times per second.
The module can be vertical module

indicator module

shows a "bar" that shows trim (optional) the value of any variable. Default used to present readings rods (calibration check) and trim position.
The module can be vertical module

Last edited on 01/08/2013 03:26:03
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