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I have connected through a switch two jetliners joke on my jetliner console. (pfc 1.92) (fsuipc 3.48)

I have to ascertain however that I don't have the same sensibility anymore. It is difficult for me on both yoke calibrate everything.

Does some alternative solution exist, to recognize the two unities with the same sensibility ?

Regards

Paolo B.

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I have connected through a switch two jetliners joke on my jetliner console. (pfc 1.92) (fsuipc 3.48)

I have to ascertain however that I don't have the same sensibility anymore. It is difficult for me on both yoke calibrate everything.

Does some alternative solution exist, to recognize the two unities with the same sensibility ?

Regards

Paolo B.

Sorry, I am not fully understanding you. Are you using a switch to completely change over all connections between the two? Or are they noth partially connected at the same time?

I really have no way in the PC to distinguish between two different axis reports for the same numbered axis coming from the same PFC controller. I suspect you need to get your yokes as closely matched as possible in the first place. They should really not be so different in any case.

It might be a good idea for you to discuss this with PFC themselves. A better solution may emerge.

Regards,

Pete

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I explain better you

When I have bought the second separate yoke, pfc has also furnished me a switch A/B (with Y cable) to connect on jetliner console yoistick port , to use it for passing the commands to the captain on first officer.

If I perform the calibrations through pfcdriver on first yoke Á. and later I go on the yoke B, the second yoke doesn't respect A calibrations settings, and

both the yokes become so very sensitive .

Thanks

Paolo B.

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If I perform the calibrations through pfcdriver on first yoke Á. and later I go on the yoke B, the second yoke doesn't respect A calibrations settings, and

both the yokes become so very sensitive .

I do not understand how just switching to the second yoke is changing the calibration of the first one. that just is not possible in my software -- the values stay set to whatever you set them to. So it must be a hardware problem. Either your switch is faulty, or switching it causes the controller hardware to go funny.

If you only mean that calibration on one doesn't suit the other, then you will need to get the yokes better matched. There's really no way at all PFC.DLL can tell where the values are coming from so it cannot make any different adjustments. They use good quality potentiometers and there should be little if any mismatch. Something is wrong on one of them.

I'd talk again to PFC if I were you, in either case.

Regards,

Pete

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