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FSUIPC Offset for Parking Brake not identified

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Hi all,

I am now having a strange problem with my parking brake switch. The release of the parking brake is not identified anymore.

Using: Jeehell (latest version) + P3d v4.5 + FSUIPC 5.1 + Mobiflight (latest version)

The switch for my parking brake was working for the last 180 years. I didn't change the confg, but I updated all the above mentioned software to newest versions after resetting my PC from Win7 to Win10. Now the activation of the parking brake is still working. But the deactivation (value 0 to offset 0BC8) is not identified by Jeehell. It is identified by Mobiflight though, why I guess, it's not an FSUIPC issue.

What I tried:

- tried with a standard plane within P3D > same effect

- tried revers programming of my switch > now activation of PB is working on button release event. Deactivation of PB on button push still not working (so switch should be ok)

- tried older Jeehell version > same effect

 

What else can I do to circle the root cause of this issue?

Thanks for your help!

Michael

 

 

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Hi,

best is to activate logging for  Events (non axis controls)  on FSUIPC logging tab. Do couple cycle for the parking brake operation and close fully P3D.

For any help we would need then the FSUIPC5.ini and FSUIPC5.log files, you can attach or copy and past its FULLY and not altered content.

Thomas

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Hi Thomas,

What I didn't mention (thought, it's irrelevant): I also moved the switch from the Sim PC to a client. So I am sending the command via WideFS.

Now I tested the switch directly with a standard plane on the Sim PC again: and it's working! I can turn on and off the parking brake (the red info box from P3D is showing and hiding accordingly)

Using the same configuration via WideFS, it's not working. I can turn the parking brake on, but not off (the info box stays on)

I attached the desired log files in any case (activations of Parking Brake done by switch / releases done by toggle joystick button command)

Thanks for your help!

Michael

 

WideServer.log FSUIPC5.ini FSUIPC5.log

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Hi,

first thing to note before going on at all, you are running a very old FSUIPC5.124 version. We are at FSUIPC5.152 please update first to latest suitable version. As you run already 5.124, which would not work with P3Dv4.0, I guess you run a later P3Dv4. Link is below

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Install complete FSUIPC version 5.152 Install FSUIPC5.152
This is the 64-bit version. Please see the History document installed for you in the FSUIPC Documents folder for details of the changes since the very first release, 5.10.
IMPORTANT: 5.124 and later versions are only suitable for use with P3D version 4.1 and later!  They will not work correctly with version 4.0.

Also make sure you run latest WideClient software on your clients, link is below

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WideClient 7.156  WideClient 7.156

Also your log file shows the correct operation, value 32767 to set and value 0 to release.

   278000 *** EVENT: Cntrl= 65752 (0x000100d8), Param= 32767 (0x00007fff) PARKING_BRAKES
   290609 *** EVENT: Cntrl= 65752 (0x000100d8), Param= 0 (0x00000000) PARKING_BRAKES
   292266 *** EVENT: Cntrl= 65752 (0x000100d8), Param= 32767 (0x00007fff) PARKING_BRAKES
   294422 *** EVENT: Cntrl= 65752 (0x000100d8), Param= 0 (0x00000000) PARKING_BRAKES
   295547 *** EVENT: Cntrl= 65752 (0x000100d8), Param= 32767 (0x00007fff) PARKING_BRAKES
   297563 *** EVENT: Cntrl= 65752 (0x000100d8), Param= 0 (0x00000000) PARKING_BRAKES

Thomas

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Hi Thomas,

thank you very much! The updates solved it.

I was not aware, that there are so many updates with FSUIPC. Will watch out in the future!

Michael

 

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