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Started by FredK, April 01, 2013, 02:40:53 PM
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QuoteFredHere is a copy of my throttle assembly sioc file with offsets for Sim A and using an OC DCmotors card and servos card. It should give you a head start, but you will need to modify it to suit your hardware. The file is in .doc format to allow coloured comments, so you will need to change it to .txt via notepad.RegardsDavid
QuoteFred,Thank you for this post.Currently my TQ is completely apart, so your post give me some additional ideas, besides the ones that I have learned from Scott.I have a question (And may be I am missing something here): You installed a motor to move the trim wheels, but how does flight simulator knows the position of them? don't you need a potentiometer or something to feed back this info into the sim?Thank youRoberto C
QuoteHi Fred,Great job on interfacing the TQ. I'm working on mine as well, but I kept the white base that can be seen on your first picture and that is where I placed all the guts. Please correct me if I'm wrong but the way you placed your DC card, motors etc., you will not be able to install orginal pedestal/radio box unless you have an alternative? If you would like I can send you few pictures showing my solution. It was a quite tight fit but doable.I'm also looking for help with SIOC script as I bought DC motor plus card specifically for the throttle but I'm struggling with the code. I hope your thread will give the community lots of information on how to do it. Big thanks to other that are always willing to help.BTW if you need bulbs for the light plate, you can get them at many location for less than a buck. Let me know if you need more info.Best,Piotr Niedzwiedz
Quote from: N737AG on April 04, 2013, 05:17:20 AMPiotrI think we all would love to see your pictures. Also the reference for the bulbs would be very useful for many of us.Thank youAxel
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