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Hello,

I have a FS-i6 Tx and FS-IA6B and FS-A6 (PWM only) Rx.
Both Rx are binded to Tx. IA6B is my INAV quad's Rx. FS-A6 is a test Rx with a servo connected to ch6.
Irrespective of any model I select in i6, FS-A6 will be listening to Tx.
For eg, If I select model for FS-IA6B and turn VRB knob, servo connected FS-A6 to will respond. In FS-IA6B (INAV) ch6 is unused.
Any one else experienced this behavior?

I am building a 2 axis gimbal using 2 servos and an old cc3d atom FC flashed with an old version of INAV. I wired above FS-A6 receiver to cc3d so that I can tilt the camera using the pitch axis.
I want to use this gimbal on my INAV quad. I was thinking of a way to control the camera while INAV quad is flying using the same Tx.
Can I make use of above bug in favour of me?
I tested and it works. But before I fly real time, Is this ok to do?

Note: I do not have enough PWM ports on my INAV FC, thats the reason a dedicated FC is used for gimbal.

Thanks.
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