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  1. #1
    Peter Parnreiter
    Guest

    seatbelts and smoking for 747

    Hello
    Just another code snipset for 747 people
    Auto Modes refer to 747 AOM

    if seatbelts = 1 then
    seatbeltsign = (fsaltitude 0) or (flapsControl > 0) or (passoxygen =
    1)
    else
    seatbeltsign = seatbelts 0
    endif
    if seatbeltsign then
    pm4F4 =425
    else
    pm4F4 =426
    endif
    if NoSmoking= 1 then
    NoSmokingsign = (fsgear > 0) or (passoxygen = 1)
    else
    NoSmokingsign = NoSmoking 0
    endif
    if NoSmokingsign then
    pm4F4 =422
    else
    pm4F4 =423
    endif


    uses extra sysvars
    0BE8 4 fsgear
    passoxygen wherever you want and possible set by
    hardwareswitch

    Regards Peter


  2. #2
    Michel Vandaele
    Guest

    Re: seatbelts and smoking for 747

    Hi Peter,
    Thank you very much for this code.
    Will try to impliment it here too.

    Btw, as you are now busy with the B744 pmsystem txt. Can you change the
    following.

    Actually there is something wrong in electrical logic.
    As you know, you never can have to sources on the same bus.
    When pushing APU power on bus 1, automatically the EXT PWR switches off.
    This is working perfectly at the moment.

    But when the engines are started and engine generators are on, then
    automatically the APU PWr must switch off on that bus ( eng1-2 = bus 1 / eng

    3-4 = bus 2) If on of the engines /idg's is running on that bus / apu is
    switched off.

    I hope this is clear Otherwise please contact me on
    michelmvd@NOSPAMhotmail.com (remove NOSPAM)

    Many thanks

    Michel

    --
    Michel VANDAELE
    Member of the board FSCB
    EBOS2002 Designteam
    My B744 simulator project
    http://users.pandora.be/michel.vandaele/sim1.htm



    >
    > if seatbelts = 1 then
    > seatbeltsign = (fsaltitude 0) or (flapsControl > 0) or (passoxygen =
    > 1)
    > else
    > seatbeltsign = seatbelts 0
    > endif
    > if seatbeltsign then
    > pm4F4 =425
    > else
    > pm4F4 =426
    > endif
    > if NoSmoking= 1 then
    > NoSmokingsign = (fsgear > 0) or (passoxygen = 1)
    > else
    > NoSmokingsign = NoSmoking 0
    > endif
    > if NoSmokingsign then
    > pm4F4 =422
    > else
    > pm4F4 =423
    > endif
    >
    >
    > uses extra sysvars
    > 0BE8 4 fsgear
    > passoxygen wherever you want and possible set by
    > hardwareswitch
    >
    > Regards Peter
    >



  3. #3
    Peter Parnreiter
    Guest

    Re: seatbelts and smoking for 747

    Hi Michel!

    Checked this, you are right, changed it only for eng 1 at the moment in my
    setup, didt in that way:
    bus1 = (gen1 and not gen1Fault)
    if apubus1 and bus1 then
    apubus1 = 0
    end if
    if extpwron1 and bus1 then
    extpwron1=0
    endif
    but there ar a lot more things to do in electric. the problem with the
    solution above is, that after starting eng1, APUGEN 1 switches to AVAIL (from ON)
    but if I push APU GEN1 again, GEN1Fault have to come up. At the Moment,
    Gen1Fault only depends on N1, so I have to modify the complete electric
    section. I stated this a time ago, (only starteted sorry) because I think the
    correct names of the busses have to be used, just in the same way I didt it
    for my hydraulic section. Things are going to be very complex, so I am sure
    that it is neccesary to model the system not only the beavior of the
    system, and one thing of this is to name the things as they are called by
    boeing.


    Peter


  4. #4
    Michel Vandaele
    Guest

    Re: seatbelts and smoking for 747

    Hi Peter,
    Thank you very much for your very quick respons.
    You are completely right, if we don't do it in a structural way it will end

    in a mess.
    Actually I'm still busy with the wiring and connecting my OVH to the
    Phidgets.
    About 3/4 is done, but I runned out of Phidget 16's and there are out of
    stock at this moment ...
    As I really like to fly again, I think I will connect the most inportant
    commands first and prepare the wiring in such a way I only have to connect
    them to the phidgets when they arrive.

    After that I'm fully prepared to help you as much as possible with the B744

    systems. The B744 is really my baby and I have access to all the info we

    need.
    Many thanks for all your help

    Michel
    --
    Michel VANDAELE
    Member of the board FSCB
    EBOS2002 Designteam
    My B744 simulator project
    http://users.pandora.be/michel.vandaele/sim1.htm



    "Peter Parnreiter" wrote in message
    news:388386.77811@wb.onvix.com...
    > Hi Michel!
    >
    > Checked this, you are right, changed it only for eng 1 at the moment in

    my
    > setup, didt in that way:
    > bus1 = (gen1 and not gen1Fault)
    > if apubus1 and bus1 then
    > apubus1 = 0
    > end if
    > if extpwron1 and bus1 then
    > extpwron1=0
    > endif
    > but there ar a lot more things to do in electric. the problem with the
    > solution above is, that after starting eng1, APUGEN 1 switches to AVAIL
    > (from ON)
    > but if I push APU GEN1 again, GEN1Fault have to come up. At the Moment,
    > Gen1Fault only depends on N1, so I have to modify the complete electric
    > section. I stated this a time ago, (only starteted sorry) because I think


    > the
    > correct names of the busses have to be used, just in the same way I didt
    > it
    > for my hydraulic section. Things are going to be very complex, so I am
    > sure
    > that it is neccesary to model the system not only the beavior of the
    > system, and one thing of this is to name the things as they are called by
    > boeing.
    >
    >
    > Peter
    >



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