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Honeycomb Alpha Yoke and FSUIPC in FSX - Ailerons calibration "truncated"


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So I'm having a problem with FSUIPC in FSX using the Honeycomb Alpha Yoke that I did not have with my previous CH Yoke.  When I scan the aileron axis on the assignment tab, I see the full range of raw data as expected.  Everything looks right.  I then assign it to the Axis Ailerons and go to the Calibration tab.  Now on that tab, when I turn the yoke full left or right, the data values top out around +/- 4K instead of going up to the full 16K.  I didn't see this with the CH, and indeed, I'm not seeing it with the Alpha in MSFS with FSUIPC.  Only in FSX.  Seems like there must be something simple but I can't figure out what it is. 

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16 hours ago, hokfujow@gmail.com said:

So I'm having a problem with FSUIPC in FSX using the Honeycomb Alpha Yoke that I did not have with my previous CH Yoke.  When I scan the aileron axis on the assignment tab, I see the full range of raw data as expected.  Everything looks right.  I then assign it to the Axis Ailerons and go to the Calibration tab.  Now on that tab, when I turn the yoke full left or right, the data values top out around +/- 4K instead of going up to the full 16K. 

I just took a look at this and I get the full +/- 16k range in the calibration tab, as expected.
How have you assigned your ailerons? Using 'Direct to FSUIPC Calibration' assigned to Ailerons? Which aircraft are you using?
Do you have any honeycomb software running? If so, please disable and try without. And do you have controllers disabled in FSX?

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