Yes, thank you, my solution is using a GT5.1 or a GT5.2 or a minVBar or a VBar Neo in Acro mode (ACRO_TRAINER = 0).
I don't want a "relaxing" swashplate in any stabilized mode !
I would like to have in Acro mode (ACRO_TRAINER = 0) the same behaviour as ALL (6 different units from 4 different manufacturers) FBL-units that I own, namely the neutralizing of the swash plate either after stick input or by external disturbance, because it makes things a lot easier.
Sorry, I cannot comment on the Futaba CGY750 as I don't own one and nobody else in my area that I know of.
Could you please be so kind and check this:
I have problems using the helicopter code for a FBL-unit. Using a Futaba I need to get out the usual Futaba range 1094-1514-1934 via SBUS to feed the FBL-unit.
ACRO_TRAINER = 0
H_FLYBAR_MODE = 1
H_SWASH_TYPE = 1
H_TAIL_TYPE = 1
H_SV1_POS = 90 (aileron)
H_SV2_POS = 0 (elevator)
H_SV3_POS = 180 (collective pitch)
Don't know if this is the correct way to set it up, if it is, then it doesn't work flawless.
H_SV4_MIN = 1094, H_SV4_TRIM = 1514, H_SV4_MAX = 1934 works perfect for the tail
H_SV3_MIN = 1000, H_SV3_TRIM = 1503, H_SV3_MAX = 2000, H_COL_MIN = 1094, H_COL_MAX = 1934 works for collective. The only mistake is 1503 instead of 1514, why ?
H_SV[1,2]MIN = 1000, HSV[1,2]TRIM = 1514, HSV[1,2]MAX = 2000 TRIM works, _MIN and _MAX do not limit the output(I know they are fixed at 1000, 2000), HCYCMAX = 4150 results in 1087 and 1917.
If I reverse a channel it is 1486 (= 1500 - 14) instead of 1514. The FBL-units need the _TRIM in the correct setting, otherwise they take it as stick input.
1087 - 1514 = -427 and 1917 - 1514 = 403 which is about 6% difference. The FBL-units want to have +/- 100% to do their scaling correct.
p.s.: Does Autotune work now for helicopters or is it still not a good idea to use Autotune ?