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Hi 

I have a full scale MD500e simulator. I am using real MD flight controls so unlike a  PC joystick they don't centre by themselves. The axis are setup so its down to calibration, reading through the manual my question is when I Have my cyclic right most/ rear most position (min)  left most /forward most position (max) should I push the  set button on both elevator and Aileron when the cyclic is in the  right most/rear most position (min) or left most/forward most position (max).

Or should I set the elevator on its own  move the cyclic left set max then  move cyclic right set min and  do the same with the Ailerons  

 

Regards 

 

Rhys 

 

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11 hours ago, Reco said:

Or should I set the elevator on its own  move the cyclic left set max then  move cyclic right set min and  do the same with the Ailerons 

Either way would work. You just want the value to be near max and min for each press. You should still set a centre zone too.

Pete

 

 

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13 hours ago, spokes2112 said:

Looking real good Rhys! 👍
Roman

Thanks Roman, last couple of things to add to panel are annunciator panel and radios. I'm thinking of using FS radio Panel for android  and place it under the switches there is enough room for a 8 inch tablet to fit. There is not a lot of room for pre made radios  

 

10 hours ago, Pete Dowson said:

Either way would work. You just want the value to be near max and min for each press. You should still set a centre zone too.

Pete

Thank you Pete done and all working great 

 

Rhys 

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