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    Opencockpits gauges in overhead panel

    Dear Friends,

    I m currently integrating Overhead panel by Opencockpits full installed. Several nights I m searching how to connect by IOCP cards. I have USB Expansion card and 2 servo cards installed, SIOC, Overhead original opencockpits script and iFly driver.

    The difficulty is that gauges working in reverse mode. It means zero position is MAX position and rise up is presented as decrease... all 11 servos react the same style. I assume there is just a small mistake somewhere because all other LEDS and switches are working 100% just gauges...

    Script is written in the way to controll clockwise movement but the fact is different. I checked the hardware, cards, cabeling, scripts, ini files ... everything what I thought should effect the situation. Unfortunatelly gauges linked to servos still defending against my skills...

    Any idea what to check and test more?

    Thank you for the feedback and reply

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    Roman

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    Re: Opencockpits gauges in overhead panel

    Hi

    I do not know how the iFly driver script is written ,but

    in my script for OCP4NGX driver for the PMDG NGX I have

    Var 480, name SERVO_PressL, Link USB_SERVOS, device 37, Output 3, PosL 180, PosC 537, PosR 1023, Type

    If I just change the number after PosL to the PosR number and vice versa I should have the reverse mode
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    Re: Opencockpits gauges in overhead panel

    Hello my Friend

    thank you for your idea. This I tried as well unfortunately without success. More and more I m close to gave up... In promotion list was mentioned plug and play solution. Now I m forced from OC to change the cables turning 180 dg. It seems no SW issue...

    Roman