FORUM Forums Products CLSE-Yoke Scaling Force by H-Stab can we accomplish this?

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    I’m hoping there is a way to accomplish this, I’m wanting to simulated the Bombardier pitch feel system for the Challenger, to put it simply Bombardier applies varying resistance on the yoke with relationship to the horizontal stabilizer position. How could I accomplish this with my CLS-E mk2?

    Thank You,



    Did you read the update Hot Start CL650 v1.6.1 Update!

    If you have a force-feedback yoke with controllable force intensity
    (such as a Brunner FFB yoke), you can disable the trim-dependent pitch
    feel in the User Settings under the User Interface tab. You can then
    replicate it in a proper FFB way by gradually increasing the force
    needed to move the elevator as elevator trim goes from 5.0 to 1.25
    (5=lighest, 1.25=heaviest). Outside of this range, the force should be
    constant, as the real pitch feel mechanism doesn’t change force
    intensity outside of these ranges either


    but to do that you need to be able to control force in the Brunner in relation to trim position, not airspeed. Are you saying you know how to do that?


    For H position signal feedback you need information from the “Hot Start” designers how to deal with it in combination with the Brunner software. It is better
    to contact direct to the Brunner helpdesk en the Hot Start designer.


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    I can get the dataref for it, but how to apply this in the Brunner driver/plugin? It’s not a matter on IF the hstab position data is available, that is not a problem, we’ve already discussed this with Hot Start, so now where can i plug that data in, that is the question.


    Best is not to postthe question on this forum. This is a user to user forum. Send your inquiry for more information to the attention of
    He is the software secialist.

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