Translations:Manuals:MB Plus:AttitudeControl usage/2/en
AttitudeControl with separate switch channel
When a separate channel for AttitudeControl was assigned at Receiver setup menu point J (or when the default assignment has been loaded) throw and direction of the AttitudeControl channel determine whether AttitudeControl is active or not and how strong it reacts. A deflection into one direction will activate AttitudeControl. Typically Menu-Led N (maximum gain) will light up when activating AttitudeControl for the first time, as the throw of the channel will be 100%. Adjust the deflection of this channel, i.e. by reducing the servo throw in the transmitter, so that one of the Menu-LEDs lights up next to point G (or point I when using a small helicopter) as described above.
When the switch channel is moved into the other direction Menu-LED A will light up and flash. In this case AttitudeControl is deactivated. Here it doesn‘t matter how big the deflection of the channel is as only the sign of the deflection determines whether AttitudeControl is on or off.
You can find an example showing the setup step-by-step here: How to setup transmitter and perform function assignment