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Thread: VP100 and flaps with PhAviation relay.

  1. #1
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    Default VP100 and flaps with PhAviation relay.

    I have a few questions about the flaps and the VP100.

    My front stick with the infiniy geip is installed....all wiring has been checked many times.

    The stick grip goes through the PHaviation relay, where the stick grips get wired to the stick side and then the wiring harness gets wired on the servo side.

    Flap motor works and has been tested outside of the VP wiring.

    When I activate the flap switch, I can hear the relays working, but the flap motor doesnt move. I also reversed the connections at the flap motor side and and still no response.

    The DB37 wiring is correct and has been checked many times.

    I have the Ray Allen position sensor installed, but not mounted to the flaps yet.

    Question 1.

    Should / can the flaps work without the configurations settings being completed?

    Questions 2.

    Can the flaps work without the Position sensor being installed?

    Question 3.

    While in the flap configuration menu, is there a way ro bypass the positions settings and save it? I have the momentary switch on the grip.

    Need some help please.

    Thanks


    Don

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    An even simpler question...do i even need the relay board with the vp100?

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    Hi Don,

    I can't provide support for the VP-100 (support for legacy VP products ended in August of 2015), but perhaps another -100 owner will see the thread and post a response for you.
    Chad Jensen
    Vertical Power Support & Sales
    920-216-3699
    support@verticalpower.com

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    Got it figured out.

    Thanks.

    Don

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