02-27-2008, 10:39 PM #1
Symulatory TQ and FMC need help with FSBUS ini
I have just received a symulatory TQ and FMC. Of course I didnt receive any documentation or FSBus ini files (which I was sort of expecting) so I'm not sure where to start? Does anyone know how to put this together?
Does anyone have the ini files need for either/both the TQ and FMC? I gather it only works with v 2.2 of FSBus right?
In eager anticipation
02-28-2008, 01:49 AM #2
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02-28-2008, 02:49 AM #3
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- Apr 2007
As I remember I was helping You several times.
Then you stop asking/sending e-mails to me and to Poldragonet.
For your information, each TQ has own configuration file (made after calibration). So config from other not work correctly. Calibration of axis (Thrust+servomotors) Spoiler and flaps is needed.
If You need configuration file for YOUR throttle please send e-mail to biuro @ poldragonet .com
It makes not true image of company. Poldragonet makes a lot's of product for simbiulders, and from time to time can forgot about including configuration files. I thing the easiest way to recive it, is contact with producer. Please send me Your e-mail I'll give You config file for FMC(no changes in this product since 2005), but for TQ You need it directly from Poldragonet (due calibration). I will ask Jakub(Poldragonet owner and friend of mine) about Your TQ config.
02-28-2008, 07:18 AM #4
Hi Marek, excellent points. Would you mind providing the links, contact information?
I agree with Marek, contact the vendor first on issues like this, otherwise there's always builders here that are willing to help.
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