> " . . .lets say you venture into stormy conditions
and want this unit as a safety . . ."

Standard procedure with any autopilot is to turn it off in turbulence. 
The autopilot will fight what shouldn't be fought in those conditions. 
Not only will it stress the servos and other relevant components of the
autopilot system, it will needlessly stress the aircraft structure and
control surfaces.  Other than keeping the plane right side up and on
course, when caught in turbulence you let the sky have the plane.  


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