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  1. #1
    Brad Heller
    Guest

    Blue Annunciators

    Hi Enrico,

    Just wondering if your going to implement different offsets or bits for the
    different states of the blue annunciators when they transision from bright
    to dim and vice-versa.

    Regards,
    Brad Heller.


  2. #2
    Enrico Schiratti
    Guest

    Re: Blue Annunciators

    > Just wondering if your going to implement different
    > offsets or bits for the
    > different states of the blue annunciators when they
    > transision from bright
    > to dim and vice-versa.


    What I/O hardware are you using for this?

    "Brad Heller" wrote in message
    news:386068.77402@wb.onvix.com...
    > Hi Enrico,
    >
    > Just wondering if your going to implement different
    > offsets or bits for the
    > different states of the blue annunciators when they
    > transision from bright
    > to dim and vice-versa.
    >
    > Regards,
    > Brad Heller.
    >



  3. #3
    Brad Heller
    Guest

    Re: Blue Annunciators

    Enrico,

    Thanks for the quick reply as usual.

    I'm using IOCards.


    Brad.


  4. #4
    Enrico Schiratti
    Guest

    Re: Blue Annunciators

    Hi,

    I was wondering when someone would ask about that...

    Use the regular variables in the sysvar file for one of the
    LEDs, then the corresponding one below for the hi intensity
    flag. No idea why I have FuelCrossFeedLo there, but I left
    it in for compatibility.

    The way this works is that the graphics line:

    textlightbox
    VALVE%OPEN,-168.4,-78.5,.6,b5,FuelCrossFeed,7,3,FuelCrossFeedHi

    The text VALVE/OPEN is displayed in the coordinates with the
    specific sizes, it is a blue light that goes off after 5
    seconds (b5) affected by the variable FuelCrossFeed. In
    parallel, the bit FuelCrossFeedHi is set, and that is what
    you would use for the high intensity.

    Please use pmSystems 83a for this on
    www.projectmagenta.com/latest.html

    // B737 two-intensity lights
    56BE .0 Eng1ValveHi
    56BE .1 Eng2ValveHi
    56BE .2 SparValve1Hi
    56BE .3 SparValve1Hi

    56BF .0 AntiIceD1Hi
    56BF .1 AntiIceD2Hi
    56BF .2 FuelCrossFeedHi
    56BF .3 FuelCrossFeedLo
    56BF .4 CowlValve1Hi
    56BF .5 CowlValve2Hi
    56BF .6 RamAirHi
    56BF .7 RamAirRHi


    "Brad Heller" wrote in message
    news:386076.77402@wb.onvix.com...
    > Enrico,
    >
    > Thanks for the quick reply as usual.
    >
    > I'm using IOCards.
    >
    >
    > Brad.
    >



  5. #5
    Brad Heller
    Guest

    Re: Blue Annunciators

    Thanks Enrico, Much appreciated.

    I did post something about this in October last year but didn't get a reply
    at that time. The post was called "Blue Bright & Dim Values".

    I just had a look at it again as I'm typing this and you had written
    something back in December 05 about it but it looks like it wasn't properly
    implemented.

    Thanks again.

    Brad.


  6. #6
    Enrico Schiratti
    Guest

    Re: Blue Annunciators

    Please let me know whether it works for you.


    "Brad Heller" wrote in message
    news:386300.77402@wb.onvix.com...
    > Thanks Enrico, Much appreciated.
    >
    > I did post something about this in October last year but
    > didn't get a reply
    > at that time. The post was called "Blue Bright & Dim
    > Values".
    >
    > I just had a look at it again as I'm typing this and you
    > had written
    > something back in December 05 about it but it looks like
    > it wasn't properly
    > implemented.
    >
    > Thanks again.
    >
    > Brad.
    >



  7. #7
    Brad Heller
    Guest

    Re: Blue Annunciators

    No Problem


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