Welcome to Cockpitbuilders.com. Please login or sign up.

June 23, 2021, 06:18:27 AM

Login with username, password and session length


Fly Elise-ng
15 Guests, 1 User
  • Total Members: 4037
  • Latest: 1rvdude
  • Total Posts: 57189
  • Total Topics: 7614
  • Online Today: 28
  • Online Ever: 582
  • (January 22, 2020, 08:44:01 AM)
Users Online
Users: 1
Guests: 15
Total: 16



Will Depart in...



Bodnar BU0836X and strange Behavior under P3DV4

Started by Masterploxis, January 06, 2021, 08:16:44 AM

Previous topic - Next topic

0 Members and 1 Guest are viewing this topic.



i have setup my Pit again an run into this strange situation:

Yoke and Rudder Connected to Bodnar Card BU0836X. WIN10 USB Game controller Setup shows no problem. All axis just working fine.

In P3DV4 X and Z axis are working fine. The Y axis give me big trouble.

I have 3 different possibilities to assign axis to the flightsim.

1. Direct Configuration in P3D (Option -> Controller -> Axis assigment)
2. Configuration in FSUIPC (Axis assignment -> send to FSUIP for Calibration)
3. Prosim737 (V2.03) -> Configuration -> Combined Config -> Flight Controls

All three ways basically do work if i don't configure them parallel (1/2/3).

Now my problem is, that the Y axis values are read perfectly in P3D, Prosim or FSUIPC. If i move the axis, the sliders travel.... But in the simulator itself the elevator (assigned to Y axis) travel back to neutral position in an eratic way. As soon as i move the columns, the rudder start to move but instantly goes back to neutral, goes back to movement, goes back to neutral etc... (it looks like elevator flickering).

I have logged the FSUIPC offset for the elevator (0BB2) and see the values changing when i move the columns, but i get value zero in between (rudder goes to neutral) ...It seems that something is sending a continuous offset value 0 to the sim which disturbs my control input. I tried to delete all configuration (Prosim or P3D or FSUIPC) to rule out that the programs block each others values but no success....

Does anyone have an idea what the root cause of this problem could be ?


Like the Website ?
Support Cockpitbuilders.com and Click Below to Donate