EDR-106 Pro Servo Reverser
Why are there no adjustments on the Pro Servo Reverser?
There is no adjustment on
the EDR-106 by design.
Competing products on the market with adjustments provide
these to compensate for circuit component variations. These
components drift with temperature - they will center differently on
a hot day vs. a cold day, resulting in unwanted and unexpected
"roll" (aileron) trim changes in the
(A simple test - apply a heat gun to our
a few seconds and watch the "reversed" control surface
The EDR-106 Pro Servo
Reverser is microcomputer-driven, crystal-controlled, and holds center within 0.02%
from 10°F to 140°F
(i.e., for a typical 40 degree throw of a control surface, the centering
will vary less than on hundredth of one degree from a miserably snowy day in Maine
to a painfully hot day in the high desert!).
Slight initial centering differences in the servo, adjusted out
with the linkage clevises will remain ROCK-STEADY
STABLE over the entire
"flyable" temperature range - you adjust the
linkage anyway to compensate for building tolerances.
The main thing is, you won't get unknown and unexpected trim
changes during use, varying from one day to the other,
or possible vibration-induced trim changes when vibration shakes the
adjustment pot as well!
The bottom line?
SIMPLY PUT: IT JUST WORKS.
This is the easiest to use, most stable, no-hassle Servo Reverser on