Dynon Autopilot behavior on glide slope
I had done the Dynon inflight autopilot tuning guide, and all seemed well except it was not properly tracking glide slope. Once it was very twitchy, other times it would stray above and then below glide slope until it went full deflection. I then found out that the settings which the inflight tuning guide tells you not to mess with are critical for the glide slope behavior. I found a post which showed settings that worked for some other RV-10s, and adjusted altitude gain, pull rate, VSI gain, and G error gain. Now I get great behavior on the glide slope!
What I want to learn to make a more informed adjustment of these settings is to what each of them controls. Can anyone answer that for altitude gain, pull rate, VSI gain, G error gain, and G error limit?