I am matching a 2 servo wing for the first time with the Mercury and followed the instructions as per the manual and videos available on Youtube from Pickering.
Setup from my Tx:
CH1 from my 18MZ going to AIL1 (right)
CH6 from my 18MZ going to AIL2 (left)
From the PB I have mapped:
input CH1 to AILERON A (right)
input CH6 to AILERON B (left)
Output mapping from PB:
Output A to Function AILERON A (master inboard servo)
Output B to Function AILERON A (slave to match)
Output M to Function AILERON B (master inboard servo)
Output N to Function AILERON B (slave to match)
When proceeding with the matching function for the left wing (AILERON B going to M and N), I have setup the inboard servo first through the TX, end points and mechanical linkage correct. The wing moves perfect with this servo on its own, perfect deflection both ways. Then I choose to match Output N (slave) which I guess the PB matches to M and consequently the same will be when I do the right wing (choosing B to match as slave to A).
I followed the instructions initialising the channel first.
1st question: When initialising in this case output N, I take this process analyses the travel end points and center for channel M which is the one that N will slave to?
Once I have done center and end points, I then connect the linkage of the second servo N which I have matched. Linkage fits perfectly on center and endpoints BUT when I then test both servos together throughout the whole travel, 2nd question: Does the PB not only matches center and end points, but also the entire arc or travel in between these 3 points of measurement?
The reason why I am asking is that once the servo connected to N is perfectly matched to M as per the instructions, I find that at center and endpoints none of them scream and they are just fine but when I do stop the stick half way through the arc, servos start fighting at certain points!.
I have tried tweaking the end points and center through the matching process several times and I can get no screaming at these points but at some points half way through, they still scream.
Note: linkages and geometry on both servos are almost perfect (can't never get 100% optimal geometry). PB version 10. Futaba 18MZ, SB7008rx
Thanks for your time PB team!