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Started by masmaz, March 17, 2022, 03:29:28 AM
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Quote from: Joe Lavery on March 17, 2022, 05:19:22 AMThis looks very interesting, I've not long completed a new manual throttle, because I didn't have the knowledge to do what you have accomplished.What size servos did you use and how did you connect them to your throttles... any pictures would be helpful. My levers are simply connected via a large cog to a smaller cog attached to a pot.regardsJoe.
Quote from: Joe Lavery on March 20, 2022, 10:07:55 AM... Although in reality a real pilot would disconnect the A/T if he wanted to take control of the throttle. ....
Quote from: Joe Lavery on March 20, 2022, 07:32:52 PMMy old PPL instructor is now a commercial pilot who trained on 737s and he told me he would never fight against the AT, thats what the disengage button is for on the throttle handles. He said it takes simply seconds to re-engage when the operation is completed. But he agreed he's seen other pilots do it!
Quote from: masmaz on March 17, 2022, 03:29:28 AMIt's a topic that has been covered by many people but no one has ever published the solution, I don't know if because they didn't succeed or because they kept it to themselves.
Quote from: masmaz on March 20, 2022, 01:51:42 AMconsider that the Arduino board must account for Mobiflight + prosim738 ... if prosim cannot communicate with mobiflight arduino it does not give signs of life ... unfortunately I am not a programmer but together with those who have done mobiglight the best way has been that of the relays .. however, who is a programmer could study this page .. it would be interesting if you were able to eliminate the relays:Introduction MobiFlight programmed
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