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  1. Hi Pete, thank you very very much for your big help. My second throttle quadrant is working now! I'm so happy. You made my day. cheers Bernd
  2. Hi, I tried to use two Saitek-throttle quadrants for my PMDG 744 (4 throttles). When I tried to program both quadrants there is a deviation during this determination process between the range of throttle quadrant 1 and 2/throttle 3 and 4. Throttle 1 and 2: -17296 17296 Throttle 2 and 3: 0 17296 When I try to use both quadrants during a take-off procedure I noticed a deviation of response. It takes almost 2 seconds until the response of throttle 3 and 4. Maybe there is somebody who has an idea about it. In my opinion both throttle quadrants should react the same way of sensitivity. Thank you in advance for any reply on this subject. with kind regards Bernd Schwarz
  3. *** Moved from FAQ sub-forum to main support forum *** Hi, with the help of FSUIPC 6 I tried to program the throttle quadrant of the PMDG 744 with two Saitek throttle quadrants. The problem is that all throttles do not move simultaneously. I tried to calibrate them without success. For thottle1 and throttle 2 there are shown positive and negative values (17296/-17296). Throttle 3 and throttle 4 only show 17296/0. In my opinion this might be the reason of the movement deviation. I'm not able to adjust throttle 3 and throttle 4 according to throttle 1 and throttle 2. Maybe there is somebody who can help me in this case. with kind regards Bernd Schwarz
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