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 Post subject: Re: Abnormal behaviour
PostPosted: Sun 17. Sep 2023 11:51:46 
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Good observation.
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 Post subject: Re: Abnormal behaviour
PostPosted: Sun 17. Sep 2023 14:12:34 
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ZeXx86 wrote:
franz88 wrote:
Why is there a mode to dump on the ground electrostatic discharges?
because if there is a method I use it on my helicopter

I dont understand your question unfortunately. There is no special mode, because similar problems could happen if for example there is gasser model with a spark from ignition being transfered to the rest of the electronics. Or just by loose cables.

Any random jittering or kicks are usually distinct phenomenon that are caused by electrostatic discharges coming from belt (if it is belt driven model) or HV ignition (if it is gasser). If using a digital protocol then with the most of them you can see receiver signal was lost or corrupted.


I meant to say if there is a method similar to that used in cars, so as not to take the current is used a piece of rubber between the carcass and asphalt


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 Post subject: Re: Abnormal behaviour
PostPosted: Tue 19. Sep 2023 14:57:48 
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franz88 wrote:
ZeXx86 wrote:
franz88 wrote:
Why is there a mode to dump on the ground electrostatic discharges?
because if there is a method I use it on my helicopter

I dont understand your question unfortunately. There is no special mode, because similar problems could happen if for example there is gasser model with a spark from ignition being transfered to the rest of the electronics. Or just by loose cables.

Any random jittering or kicks are usually distinct phenomenon that are caused by electrostatic discharges coming from belt (if it is belt driven model) or HV ignition (if it is gasser). If using a digital protocol then with the most of them you can see receiver signal was lost or corrupted.


I meant to say if there is a method similar to that used in cars, so as not to take the current is used a piece of rubber between the carcass and asphalt

Unfortunately models are in the air, so it is not that easy.
But you can ground the model properly. Also you can make sure belt tension is good. You can use antistatic spray. You can wash tail boom to remove remaining powder.
You can use a belt that is not creating static discharges. There are more options. More recent models are better with it than some older.

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