Hyperion Atlas digital servo USB programming cable

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Program your Hyperion Atlas digital servos with this USB kit.

Includes USB cable and servo interface. Works with Windows 98/SE/2000/XP/VISTA/7/8. Easily program the parameters on your Hyperion Atlas digital servos.

Click here to download software, drivers, and manual

Reverse: Changes the direction of rotation of the servo for a given stick movement direction. Reverse is particularly useful when setting up two servos on a y-harness to a single receiver channel, such as with separate elevator halves, for example.

Rotation (degrees): By default most servos, including ATLAS, have 45 degrees rotation per side (90 degrees total). You may program ATLAS for as little as 15 degrees or as much as 70 degrees rotation per side. (30~140 deg total) Note that ATLAS may safely be driven - using Transmitter travel and mixing adjustments - to a max of 175 degrees total rotation.

Servo Speed (%): You may slow the servo to achieve the selected position at a rate as slow as 1% of its normal speed of rotation, which is VERY slow indeed. This feature allows the servo to be used in applications that would normally require either an additional ‘servo slow’ or pneumatics to actuate features such as hatches, doors and landing gear.

Servo Center (%): The servo centre feature allows wide adjustment (approx +/- 25%) of the servo arm ‘center’ position in response to the neutral signal from a transmitter. This is useful to adjust trim offsets in servo installation, so that your transmitter trims can be set to neutral and therefore retain maximum in-flight trim adjustment capability.

Tx Compatibility: This feature in the ATLAS Servo programming Software allows you to choose common Transmitter brands, such as JR, FUTABA, HITEC, MULTIPLEX, and "Standard". When you choose "Futaba", for example, the Programmer automatically sets Servo Center to match the default Futaba pulse width for Center. So the servo will properly center when you turn on your Futaba transmitter.

Servo Deadband (μS): Dead Band is the range of signal over which the servo does not change position in response to a change in signal. The default value is 2μS and can be adjusted to 16μS max. This is useful for applications where two servos are both operating one control surface, and avoids one servo ‘fighting’ the other. Also, some receivers may have a small ‘jitter’ on the output signal causing an undesirable servo ‘buzz’. If servo buzz is found then this value should be increased to the minimum level at which the buzz is eliminated. (DIGITAL servos often have a small, constant hum. Do not confuse this natural sound with bad "buzz" that we want to eliminate!)

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