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Hi

I have been looking and asking around now for days icon_confused.gif

Can anyone tell me if FSUIPC will make correct connections between Saitek radiopanel / Saitek multipanel to PMDG 737NGX (last release). The panels are working ok with the default 737 plane and e.g. Ifly, but I cannot get it done with the PMDG 737 NGX.

I hope someone of you can tell me more about this issue.

Thanks and regards,

Ed

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Peter, I am having issues with the pfc/fsuipc where the range on the aileron is only running 64 to 127 whereas all other axes are normal 0 to 127. Do you know by any chance what the jumper settings on the rev c pfc throttle console board are ? I suspect that there is an issue here. I am waiting for further info from PFC but thought you might have some ideas as well.

Cheers , Brian Harrison

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No, Saitek devices are not supported by anything specific in FSUIPC.

Regards

Pete

Hi Pete,

Thanks for the reply. I have been reached by the support of PMDG and they told me they were in discussion with the Saitek developers as what you saying its not possible, but a solution will be applied with a Month.

So again thanks for your support

Best regards,

Ed

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Peter, I am having issues with the pfc/fsuipc where the range on the aileron is only running 64 to 127 whereas all other axes are normal 0 to 127. Do you know by any chance what the jumper settings on the rev c pfc throttle console board are ? I suspect that there is an issue here. I am waiting for further info from PFC but thought you might have some ideas as well.

Sorry, no.

This is reading in the PFC.DLL's throttle quadrant calibration window? Naturally you can calibrate to that range, you'll just get less resolution.

You must have a superb device BTW: I've never seen any PFC axis which returns the full 0-127 possible. they usually range about 6 to 110 or so.

Regards

Pete

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Sorry, no.

This is reading in the PFC.DLL's throttle quadrant calibration window? Naturally you can calibrate to that range, you'll just get less resolution.

You must have a superb device BTW: I've never seen any PFC axis which returns the full 0-127 possible. they usually range about 6 to 110 or so.

Regards

Pete

Thanks Pete, I will wait for PFC to come back. bit frustrating having spend a mint on board upgrade and new 737 throttle unit!

By the way, , Yoke pots were replaced recently. dont get 0 all the time but occationally !

Cheers Brian

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