If you are operating the engine in single channel mode and enable the AUX channel for cruise control

WARNING:
(Note: This "Bug" has been fixed in the 4.0h ECU and newer software)
If you are operating the engine in single channel mode and enable the AUX channel for cruise control, then the following restrictions apply.


In the limits menu, operating with the turbine control off, but AUX channel on [:ON Turb Ctrl OFF] while using the speed sensor for cruise control,you must make sure that the AUX switch is in the middle position (1) when you take off. When the air speed reaches the minimum value to enable cruise control, it will immediately enter the mode your AUX switch is positioned to [e.g.: If you are taking off and have configured the AUX switch position (0) or (2) for speed hold and have the switch in that position, then as soon as you reach the minimum speed (~18MPH) for the cruise control to activate, the engine will no longer accelerate]. This can make for a very slow take off!

If you have a speed sensor, but only use it for limiting maximum airspeed -- and do not use the cruise or smoke functions -- disable the AUX switch [:Not Used]. This setting will not only disable the AUX switch, but free the receiver channel for other functions.

If you use the smoke functions and only employ a speed sensor for limiting the maximum airspeed, disable BOTH positions (0) and (2) of the AUX switch in the limits menu, for cruise control.

If you use the cruise control functions and operate the engine in cruise control mode, you must make sure the AUX switch is in the center position when you take off. An ECU revision will be available in the near future, that will ignore the AUX switch when the cruise control is first enabled at take off -- and will require cycling the switch if it was in position (0) or (1).