# Electronic Gyroscope For Model Airplanes

When we ride a bike and take a curve, we lean along with the bike towards the center of the curve. The higher the speed, the lower the handlebar turn and the greater the inclination we can take with respect to the vertical. This is the foundation of the movement of the gyroscope, a device invented in 1852 by Leon Foucault to demonstrate the rotation of the earth.

The gyroscope revolutions keep their axis pointing in one direction. The faster it spins, the harder it points. The gyroscope is a metaphor for reflection. Circling a theme gives us a solid path. When you have a column, it will be called: Gyroscope
Electronic gyroscopes are solid state devices based on Coriollis acceleration. In them, a piezoelectric material is made to oscillate to the resonance frequency, so that when rotating, the force of Coriollis (proportional to the angular velocity) causes the appearance of a difference of potential due to the deviation of the prism, allowing the measurement of the speed of rotation.
The gyroscope is a device that greatly improved the handling of our Radiocontrol helicopters. The function of the gyroscope is to maintain the direction of the tail before gusts of wind or other means outside of the station like for example the motor torque when accelerating.
The piezoelectric gyroscopes are completely electronic, without mechanical parts so they are very small and have a reduced consumption of current. Their response is also quick and accurate.
The gyro input is connected to the receiver instead of the servo to be compensated and the servo is connected to the gyro. When we activate the corresponding control of the transmitter the gyro lets pass such orders to the servo, however at the time of a deviation outside our will the gyroscope sends to the servo a signal in such a way that the deviation is compensated. The gyroscope will act before a gust of wind and also before a quickening compensating for the deviation due to the torque.
The gyroscope is a component that will help us keep the tail stable in flight. When the tail lock is activated, in which they have this option, they not only keep the flight stable, but also memorize the position of the longitudinal axis, causing the helicopter to maintain the same direction. To do this, the tail servo will be connected to the gyroscope and will be controlled by this as long as it is not actuated on the rudder stick, being cancelled when the stick is moved; Once again, the position is memorized when the lever is stopped.