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    MSFS values

    i am currently doing a home simulator...and was just wondering how am i actually able to see the increasing/decreasing values of for instance fs1n1...as i discovered the are logics such as "fs1n1 > 8" , "fsbattvolt < 17" and so on..how do we actually see that the fs1n1 and fsbattvolt goes to 8 and 17 respectively?

    hope to get enlightened by the help of the people here

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    Hey Smoki.. Can not answer your question... But Experts? Wow, must be some new guys have joined! Just kidding! There are plenty of experts here we will see what they have to say about your question
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