i got it working... and im glad that i ordered a 2 axis joystick because i accidentally burnt the one potentiometer testing it out, i had the 5 volt and the signal wire wrong... so then when i finally figured it out i already burnt the one axis but i still have the 5 axis so im good... and this is just for a school project that has nothing to do with rc... for those who want to, know im making a skinner box...
so i have a very random question, but i need an answer from those people who understand the actual electronics of it all... i know that the knob is just a potentiometer, but would it be possible to unsolder the potentiometer and replace it for a joystick, on the x or y axis pins... im using one you would use on like an arduino project. i need to know because i dont want to do stuff without knowing if it will work or not
Yes you can replace the potentiometer with a one axis joystick. The joy stick actually drives a potentiometer so you jyst connect the one on the joystich in the same way the potentionmeter is connected. Important thou is to make sure the resistance in the joystick potentiometer has the same value as the original potentiometer.
Le bouton à gauche permet 3 positions: _ Variation de position avec le potentiometre _ Position centre _ Variation automatique continue d'une extreme à l'autre
A ce prix là ne pas hésiter à avoir dans sa caisse de terrain et à l'atelier au moins pour faire le zero avant montage des gouvernes sans pour autant utiliser systematiquement la radio. S'alimente avec un accu standard 4.8V