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  1. Default CH Flight Sim Yoke USB, calibration problems

    Hello All,

    I have some problems with my new CH Flight Sim Yoke USB. The range of the throttle on my yoke doesnt correspond with the range of the throttles in my FS2004 planes. When I give full power for example, I only get 40% of throttle in my FS2004 airplanes. Same happens with the mixture and prop throttles. I did a calibration in windows, and in the calibration window my yoke works fine. Anyone can help me?

    Regards,

    Michel

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    Default RE: CH Flight Sim Yoke USB, calibration problems

    Make sure your 'throttle' sensitivity is set all the way to the right.

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    Perhaps the last post has it right. Just for info ... my CH USB yoke is working perfectly, so it must be configuration problem.

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    Problem solved! Thank you very much for the quick reply.

    Michel

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    Default RE: CH Flight Sim Yoke USB, calibration problems

    I use a CH flightstick, throttle and pro pedals all usb and only use the yoke now for special circumstances, however this may help. What i did: Attach everthing and be sure it is at least recognized in the contols section. Then edit each item one at a time. Select the axsis tab and examine the listed X,Y,Z axsis. For the rudders I deleted the alieron and elevator axsis leaving only the Z, rudder axsis. for stick delete the rudder axsis. For my throttle I deleted the rudder elevator and alierons. etc. etc. I was getting dual and conflicting inputs. Remove or delete the axsis that the device does not use for each device. I hope this isn't to confusing.

    In fs2k2 i found that the yoke mixture level in some aircraft like the King Air would contol the idle, and it was very handy for the fast taxi situation. So i left it that way.

    And as i just wrote someplace else, download the CH Contol manager from their site, you don not have to set up a profile if you don't want but use their set-up calibration after the default MS calibation.

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    For some reason the CH Control Manager says "No actice devices" when I try to calibrate my yoke. Maybe my yoke isnt connected properly? Maybe its not installed correctly?

    Michel

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    Default RE: CH Flight Sim Yoke USB, calibration problems

    Which version of Windows are you using?

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    Win XP Pro

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    Default RE: CH Flight Sim Yoke USB, calibration problems

    start by going to device manager/hardware setting and look to see that Plug and Play has indeed found and set up your CH USB devices. USB is hotswapable so you can just unplug the cord from the pedals and reinsert it. You should either hear pleasant little tones or a MS balloon saying hardware found. Check out the CH website

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