endpoints aanpassen met een spektrum systeem zal niet voldoende zijn, zelfs als je de travel adjustment op maximaal zet.
Ik heb zelf een DX6i met lemonrx receivers en heb dit probleem wel op kunnen lossen.
in cleanflight/betaflight zit daar een cli command voor ingebouwd, de werking hiervan is terug te vinden op https://github.com/cleanflight/cleanflight/blob/master/docs/Rx.md
[u][i]Receiver Channel Range Configuration.
The channels defined in CleanFlight are as follows:
Channel number Channel name
If you have a transmitter/receiver, that output a non-standard pulse range (i.e. 1070-1930 as some Spektrum receivers) you could use rx channel range configuration to map actual range of your transmitter to 1000-2000 as expected by Cleanflight.
The low and high value of a channel range are often referred to as ‘End-points’. e.g. ‘End-point adjustments / EPA’.
All attempts should be made to configure your transmitter/receiver to use the range 1000-2000 before using this feature as you will have less preceise control if it is used.
To do this you should figure out what range your transmitter outputs and use these values for rx range configuration. You can do this in a few simple steps:
If you have used rc range configuration previously you should reset it to prevent it from altering rc input. Do so by entering the following command in CLI:
Now reboot your FC, connect the configurator, go to the Receiver tab move sticks on your transmitter and note min and max values of first 4 channels. Take caution as you can accidentally arm your craft. Best way is to move one channel at a time.
Go to CLI and set the min and max values with the following command:
For example, if you have the range 1070-1930 for the first channel you should use rxrange 0 1070 1930 in the CLI. Be sure to enter the save command to save the settings.
After configuring channel ranges use the sub-trim on your transmitter to set the middle point of pitch, roll, yaw and throttle.
You can also use rxrange to reverse the direction of an input channel, e.g. rxrange 0 2000 1000.[/i][/u]