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    Ground Proximity

    Hi All,


    the system "Ground Proximity", Flap, Gear, Terrain inhibit, + sys test, functions with PMSys and PMsound? What are the Offsets has use?

    Thank you for your answer

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    04FE
    2
    PFD Various (Read Only)>>>>>>>>Bit 0 Windshear
    1 Below G/S
    2 Caution
    3 Warning
    6 Eight Mode ND Active
    7 Seatbelt Sign
    8 No Smoking Sign
    9 Weather Radar (Captain)
    10 EGPWS/Terrain (Captain)
    11 TCAS Active (Captain)

    13 TCAS WARNING
    14 TCAS ALERT


    Offset 04fe .10

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    Are those the same for Airbus type a/c?
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    I beleive in this case.. yes they are.

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    Hi Trevor,

    Thank you very much for your answer. I try that!!!!

    Regards

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    Hello ,

    Pierre, 04FE offset is "read only" for PFD / MIP annonciators.

    For switches connexions, look at offset 5562

    pmSounds Inhibit bits

    Bit 0 Inhibit GPWS (or whatever is defined in the pmSounds.INI)
    Bit 1 Inhibit Gear Warning
    Bit 2 Inhibit Flaps Warning

    Look in PmSounds.cfg, [inhibit] section.

    For "sys test", I don't know. Look in Soundlist.txt, there is an user defined offset 5564 we can use to call some sounds, but how to play every sound one after the other ?

    Perhaps with a additionnal program in PMsystem, or with sioc

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    Hello again,

    find something else, in PMsystems110 sysvar file,

    564E .0 GPWSTerrOff
    564E .1 GPWSSysOff
    564E .2 GPWSGSOff
    564E .3 GPWSFlapOff
    564E .4 GPWSFlap3Off
    564E .5 GPWSGndOff
    564E .6 nGpws-test

    but nothing yet in pmsys737, so offset only already reserved for that.

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    Thanks Aluver,

    Thats exactly exactly what I was looking for.

    Pierre
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    Hi Aluver,

    Regarding offset 04FE, I can't get to light up the GPWS or the G/S lights when these warnings take place.

    If I understand it correctly:
    GPWS: bit 1 of offset 04FE turned to "1" means GPWS active?
    G/S: bit 10 of offset 04FE turned to "1" means G/S warning active?

    Any clarification or correction on this? It doesn't seem to work for me.

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    Sorry, I never test that for time now.

    1 Below G/S
    10 EGPWS/Terrain (Captain)

    Did you try FS Interrogate ? It's a good way to see how FSUIPC offsets act.

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