After 7 years of usage the yoke started to act strange. During Aileron deflection left the aircraft moved to the right.
I disassembled the Yoke and found that the potentiometer was not centered anymore (bottom screw) I recentered it and re-calibrated it in Windows and Prosim – seems to work fine again during the first testing.
Long time no see, exactly 2 years I noticed was the last Status update video posted. Here the new one. Enjoy.
In this mixed time-lapse video you can review our 2 pilots operations during the finally Austria 2022 event.
- The first flight took us from Split in Croatia to Vienna in Austria, the hub from the local carrier Austrian
- The second flight was conducted from Ljubljana in Slovenia to Salzburg in Austria
- The third flight was flown locally from Graz to Vienna
Please excuse the behavior of the aircraft once flown manually, we discovered a spiking axis assignment on the First Officer Yoke and therefore it sadly interfered with the controls. After the flights we disabled this and the aircraft was flown smoothly.
During the last weeks I started working on the FS2020 setup in the flightdeck. First I was very curious about it, but slowly it was getting more positive. Not all functions from the P3Dv5 setup are working at the moment and new versions of SIOC, etc needed to be implemented, but its on a good way.
So I set the road to start the migration process slowly. GSX is still missing and is a valuable keypoint in the the immersion of the whole usage of the sim.
As I started lately flying again in the flightdeck I also cought up to the streaming “hype”. As some of you already know my setup, I think I can inspire some of those who are thinking of a homecockpit building project.
If you are interested, jump over in the chat when I am flying. On the sidebar to your right, there is the actual status of the stream.
Years ago I have built in a small 7“ tablet to the captains Chrono side and during the replacement of the wet compass I moved the screen to the first officer side, but was never satisfied and searched for another solution. Now I found one. I purchased 2 small HDMI screens
which are now fitted in the back of the MIP
and are connected via HDMI to the machines, running now separate instances of the Chrono screens and are fully independent useable.
5 years ago I upgraded to a new PC. Now it was time again to do the same
the new machine consists of:
- 32GB RAM
- Gigabyte Z490 Gaming X Motherboard
- 480GB SSD for the Win10 OS
- 1TB WD Blue NVMe SSD for P3Dv5
- GTX1080 from the old PC to upgrade in the near future to an RTX2080
The “old” PC will replace the vpilot PC and the streaming PC, if it is capable of doing both.
I also changed the other PCs around and streamlined the configuration and therefore reduced 1 machine.
In this status update we will capture the new built in gauges from customsimparts. The near future withe the update of P3D to v5 and the next planned hardware changes on the PCs.
In this short video you can see the brake pressure gauge working with Prosim737.
Finally I updated all Gauges to the perfect custom built gauges by Tom from customsimpart. They look really fine.
The Cabin Temp gauge was the most horrific to be installed. Due to my wood frame construction form the overhead a lot of wood has to be removed to fit the gauge into. It was a mess…
Also I installed the valve gauge and the missing brake pressure gauge in the First Officer MIP. All gauges are connected to an 18 port pololu servo card and configured in ProSim.
And the final situation