I have several planes equipped with iGyro, either alone, or with Powerbox Competition SRS. Perfect! I am now considering to purchase the Mercury device. I looked at the manual in order to find out, if it is just the iGyro combined with Powerbox of Competition/Cockpit class. It seems to be the case, but I see also quite significant differences in operating and software of iGyro.
In the normal iGyro, there is a separate normal and heading mode with their own gain percentages. In Mercury gyro, there is instead of heading mode %, just attitude assist ON or OFF. Am I correct? Are there any differences in the philosophy how both gyros function or how they are operated? In normal iGyro, using the flight assistant, the default settings are ½ of normal gain for heading gain, plus boost 1. But you can then modify what you want. For example, you can increase the heading gain for all 3 axes, modify boost… So, this is not possible in Mercury? It is not clear just from the manual.
Moreover, when using the mobile application and Bluetooth adapter in the plane, can I set the Mercury by that completely like by the SensorSwitch? It will be very practical if I can modify iGyro setting completely via this mobile device. It is not clear from the manual, too.
Thanks for responding!
Best regards, Jiri