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Hi Paul,

Until you get a more official answer from the guys over at Brunner I think I read or heard somewhere that you don’t need to unplug the yoke when not using it.

What I do is pretty much the same as you describe with one exception. I’ve configured the motors for both the roll and pitch axes to shutdown on hardware disconnect. This way when I close CLS2Sim, the only thing left for me is to power off the display using the OFF button on the yoke.

I would like to think if there was a reason to power off the yoke completely Brunner would have included some kind of power switch on the yoke and same thing for the pedals.




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