|Dual Aileron servos|
FlySky FS-T6 2.4ghz Digital Proportional 6 Channel Transmitter and Receiver System
The default settings using a single servo for you ailerons works fine and is the default setting of the fs-t6. You plug your aileron servo into channel one and the left and right movement of your right stick determines opposing actions as seen on channel 1 of the display setting of two images. this is simply moving one servo to the left or right of center which alternates rotation of each aileron.
|Fs-t6 function menu|
For our purpose we want a separate channel to control each servo. This allows us to tweak each servo individually without having to adjust linkage on the plane. It also gives us the option of utilizing Flaperons if we wish to. Our setup is going to put the left or port aileron servo into channel 6 on the receiver and the right or starboard aileron servo into channel 1. Left and right being determined as if your sitting in the pilots seat. I always remember which is which by seeing that Left and Port have the same number of letters.
Creating a Mix
|Mix default settings|
Change the settings for any of the mixes 1,2 or 3 to match the image at the right. I will include the settings just in case it doesn't load.
Mix is On
Pos. mix -100% (note these two settings are negative)
Neg. mix -100%
the end result is that when you move channel 1
to the left using your aileron stick you move the servo on channel 6 in exactly the opposite direction, as seen by the images here. It also links the two servos in the radio so that if you apply trim using the trim buttons on the front of the radio it applies the trim to both servos. You can still go into each individual servos Sub-trim and adjust them for dialing the plane in and it will not affect the other servo.
The Flysky Fs-t6 is a pretty great radio and will do a lot of things that used to cost 3 times as much. Next we just need to program our Flaperons and we're set. But that is a whole other article.