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    Triple Brake

    Hello Cockpitbuilder !

    I'm building a Triple Brake device. Unless it works well with all the SIOC but the offsets 73A8 and 73A9 have no values or only the value 0 in the SIOC IOCP Console. I've also seen that the Triple Brake device of jeehell also no pressure on Left and Right Brake indicates. Is this normal or is not yet supported by the software?
    regards
    Karl

    Here is my Script:

    Var 0000, Value 0 // INICIALIZA - Initialization
    {
    &ServoRB = 500 // Right Brake servo-motors to center
    &ServoLB = 390 // Left Brake servo-motors to center
    &ServoAP = 365 // ACCU Pressure servo-motors to center
    }

    Var 0001, name ServoRB, Link USB_SERVO, Device 10, Output 2, PosL 250, PosC 500, PosR 750, Type 1 // Right Brake

    Var 0002, name ServoLB, Link USB_SERVO, Device 10, Output 3, PosL 700, PosC 390, PosR 270, Type 1 // Left Brake

    Var 0003, name ServoAP, Link USB_SERVO, Device 10, Output 4, PosL 150, PosC 200, PosR 550, Type 1 // ACCU Pressur

    Var 0010, name FSRightBrake, Link FSUIPC_IN, Offset $73A9, Length 1 // Right Brake 0-255
    {
    L0 = &FSRightBrake * 1.961 // Faktor: (750-250)/255
    L1 = L0 + 250
    IF L1 > 750 // Rechter Anschlag
    {
    L1 = 750
    }
    IF L1 < 250 // Linker Anschlag
    {
    L1 = 250
    }
    &ServoRB = L1
    }

    Var 0020, name FSLeftBrake, Link FSUIPC_IN, Offset $73A8, Length 1 // Left Brake 0-255
    {
    L0 = &FSLeftBrake * 1.686 // Faktor: (700-270)/255
    L1 = 700 - L0
    IF L1 < 270 // Rechter Anschlag
    {
    L1 = 270
    }
    IF L1 > 700 // Linker Anschlag
    {
    L1 = 700
    }
    &ServoLB = L1
    }

    Var 0030, name FSAccuPress, Link FSUIPC_IN, Offset $73A7, Length 1 // ACCU Pressure 0-255
    {
    L0 = &FSAccuPress * -1.568 // Faktor: (150-550)/255
    L1 = L0 + 550
    IF L1 > 550 // Rechter Anschlag
    {
    L1 = 550
    }
    IF L1 < 150 // Linker Anschlag
    {
    L1 = 150
    }
    &ServoAP = L1
    }

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    Re: Triple Brake

    Hi Karl,

    With normal braking there is no indication on triple gauge. Normal braking is part of green hydraulic system and triple brake gauge is connected to yellow hydraulic system. Therefore it will show yellow accu pressure and parking brake pressure if ON (park brake is part of yellow system).
    In the event of green hydraulic system failure the yellow system will take over braking in alternate braking. In this case you will see braking indications also on triple gauge.

    Try the parking brake you should see pressure go up to 2000 PSI. Not sure if alternate braking is supported?

    Regards,
    Simon

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    Re: Triple Brake

    Hello Simon !

    Thank you for your explanation. I'll look at that in more detail again tomorrow.
    regards
    Karl

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    Re: Triple Brake

    Hi Simon!
    I have that now looked closely and found that it is as you describe it. The Prakepressure instrument shows the remaining brake pressure in the pressure tank of yellow Hdrauliksystem. Thanks again for your explanation.
    Karl