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  • #939
    fossmarkluni
    Participant

    Hi, I would like to use my CLS-E joystick and rudder with DCS and other currently not supported simulators, but how do I do that? When I choose emulate USB Joystick in CLS2SIM it says “this device does not support USB emulation”. A major factor for buying this joystick and rudder combo was to be able to adjust the centering forces etc. in all simulators. I have connected the rudder to the CLS-E joystick using CAN 0 and the CLS-E joystick is connected by USB to my computer. The joystick and rudder works fine in P3D v4 and so on.

    Sincerely
    Ole Martin Thu

    #940
    sbrunner
    Keymaster

    Hi Ole Martin

    Can you tell us where the message appears, maybe upload a screenshot..
    You also can map the CLS-E Joystick and CLS-E Rudder directly in DCS if you connect them separately.

    They are both also standard Game Controller

    For setup static forces we can provide you with a tool
    Open a ticket in helpdesk and we send you a link

    Helpdesk

    Regards

    Stefan Brunner

    #942
    fossmarkluni
    Participant

    Hi Stefan! ūüôā

    I can use the normal USB connection for both the rudder and the joystick, but then I have to reconnect every time I want to use CLS2SIM? It seems I can’t use the rudder in CLS2SIM if I don’t use the CAN port and connect it to my joystick. Seem like you are only able to choose one CAN gateway/device in CLS2SIM. Please correct me if I am wrong, this is the very first time I use these products (very happy so far!). Keep up the good work Stefan! I will submit a ticket to get the static force setup tool. Thanks!

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    #946
    sbrunner
    Keymaster

    Hi Ole Martin

    You can use CLS2Sim for setup the static forces (Connect via CLS-E Joystick or Rudder).
    For Simulation just select X-Plane or any other but not “USB Emulation”

    If you play a game without direct support do as follow

    1. Connect CLS2Sim and Setup static forces if required (Force Curve e.t.c) PC-USB-CLS-E Joystick <-> CAN <-> CLSE Rudder
    2. Open your preferred game and use Gamecontroller of Rudder and Joystick, both devices must be connected over USB

    You can leave CLS2Sim connected, this is not a problem

    We will send you the tool for static forces tomorrow, so you can also store the values and do not need CLS2Sim

    Regards

    Stefan Brunner

    #1730
    mrscott
    Participant

    Stefan,
    Please advise the correct way to use my MKII and Peddles with DCS. Thanks

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