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    Spoiler ARM position

    Hi Nico,

    Is it possible to have the SIOC variables for:
    The Armed Position of the Spoiler (Do I use Qh388, SpdBrkLever ? )
    The Thrust reverse used with on/off switch and another variable used with potentiometer

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    Re: Spoiler ARM position

    Quote Originally Posted by tcasse View Post
    Is it possible to have the SIOC variables for:
    The Armed Position of the Spoiler (Do I use Qh388, SpdBrkLever ? )
    You have to use Qh388 which is the SpeedBrake axis, range 0 .. 800.
    Find out what the armed position value is, and let a SIOC variable defined by you inject that value in Qs388 (SIOC 1388 )


    Quote Originally Posted by tcasse View Post
    Is it possible to have the SIOC variables for:
    The Thrust reverse used with on/off switch and another variable used with potentiometer
    You have to use
    Code:
    Qs436, Tla1                , 3700, -8925..5000, 
    Qs436, Tla2                , 3701, -8925..5000, 
    Qs436, Tla3                , 3702, -8925..5000, 
    Qs436, Tla4                , 3703, -8925..5000,
    Build you're own SIOC variables on top of these.
    Here is the documentation by Hardy:

    >>> Thrust levers


    Code: Qs436
    Name: Tla
    Mode: ECON
    Length: 7 .. 23
    Add-ons can: Read & write
    Example:
    5000;5000;4999;5000
    Description:


    This variable contains data for all four forward thrust lever angles and all four reverser lever angles. If an engine's value is zero, its forward lever is at idle and its reverser lever is stowed. If the value is negative, the forward lever is at idle and the reverser lever is not stowed. If the value is positive, the forward lever is out of idle and the reverser lever is stowed. The values represent hundredths of a degree; that is, 5000 means 50 degree TLA (thrust lever angle). Each value is an integer ranging from 5000 to -8925. The four values are separated by semicolons. There must be no semicolon at the end of the string.
    ...
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    Re: Spoiler ARM position

    Thank you very much Nico for your answer