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auransbey
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Salve. Credo che la mia Arduino mega sia guasta!
Per sostituirla devo scrivere di nuovo tutte le assegnazioni dei pin??
Spero di no
2019-02-07 22:28
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pizman82
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Ciao amico mio
Saluti in Italia
Si prega di scrivere in inglese o tedesco.
Utilizza il traduttore google se non parli inglese.
grazie

Hi
Its not needed to create all devices new.
Open Mobiflight while the Mega is connected and get to... SETTINGS - MOBIFLIGHT BOARDS .
Clikc on the specific MEGA and in lower section there is a "SAVE" Field. There you can save the device settings to a *.mfmc File.
This File is saved in the choosen folder on your harddisk.
If you now use a NEW Mega you flash firmware and NOW you can "Load" this mfmc File and "write" it on the mega.
Then all device settings are copy and pasted.
Good Luck !
2019-02-08 00:11
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auransbey
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THANKS FOR THE REPLY
I EXPECT TO HAVE WRITTEN IN ITALIAN, NOW USE GOOGLE TRANSLATOR.
THEREFORE, ALL THE PROGRAMMING OF A CARD IS COMPLETED, IT IS BETTER TO MAKE THE "SAVING".
CORRECT?
MANY THANKS
2019-02-08 17:51
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auransbey
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I'm sorry
I can not find SETTINGS !!
2019-02-09 10:46
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StephanHo
From: EDDG, Germany
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Hi,

start Mobiflight, go to Menu EXTRAS -> SETTINGS -> Tab MOBIFLIGHT BOARDS
Grüße,
Stephan
2019-02-09 14:05
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auransbey
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Yes everything OK !!
I was stupid !! everything is clear.
I have a little problem yet.
I have an OFFSET PMDG (6550- SIZE 2 - BYTEx2 - MAIN_annunAP (2) - Boolean) with which I have to turn on 2 LEDs !!.
I do not know how to do. I tried to use 6551 but I did not succeed.
can you help me?
Thank you very much
2019-02-09 18:58
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StephanHo
From: EDDG, Germany
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Hi auransbey,

this are the LED fot the two AP ( A and B ). They only work both at the same time while you are autolanding, otherwise they work individually.

If you want to switch the AP on it's your choice to take AP A or AP B. Then the appropriate LED will light.
MAIN_annunAP[2] means, so you're right, Offset 6550 is for AP A and Offset 6551 is for AP B
So you need two devices (LED) and two configs (6550 and 6551).
Grüße,
Stephan
2019-02-10 00:58
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auransbey
Posts: 36
I actually found out from an old MOBIFLIGHT forum that for:
A / P CPT LED RED required 6550
A / P CPT LED YEL required 6C0C
A / T CPT LED RED required 6552
A / T CPT LED YEL required 6C0E
FMC is unique yellow color
everything works perfectly.
but I do not understand where they come from 6C0C and 6C0E ??
2019-02-10 17:29
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pizman82
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Hi Again

What you need is to understand HEXADECIMAL !

Hexa and Binary are the basic Systems in Computer-Programming .

Binary is include only 0 and 1 .... Hexadecimal is 0-9 and A-F
Check This.... https://it.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sistema_numerico_esadecimale

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but I do not understand where they come from 6C0C and 6C0E ??



Hexadecimal 6C0C + 1 Byte = 6C0D
The AP Yellow is a TWO BYTE Offset shown by the (2) Brackets.
So 6C0C is the FIRST Byte ...... 6C0D is the SECOND Byte ( In that case the FO LED) ....
And also the NEXT in the row is 6C0E ... thats the FIRST Byte of the next Offset "AT Amber Light"

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I know this is difficult at beginning...
BUT If you like to build a cockpit you MUST understand Binary and Hexadecimal 100% .... Thats abolutly needed !
Good Luck !
2019-02-10 21:30
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StephanHo
From: EDDG, Germany
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So far so good.

From my side I missunderstand him. I understand he means the LED for the AP and I did not notice that he means the AFDS (A/P PRST A/T PRST and FMC PRST).

The offsets are correct and they are from the 737 PMDG Servicepack 1D. The 6C0C/D and 6C0E/F are new.

If you switch off the A/P or A/T then you got a red blinking LED (with a sound in the background). The yellow ones are warnings and won't blink. In conjunction with the corresponding buttons these functions can be resetted.

Otherwise, what pizman has said applies
Grüße,
Stephan
2019-02-10 22:13
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pizman82
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:w00t:

Sorry. i missunderstand ! ( That happend when we use google :P )

Stephan see correct and already awnserd... This two Offsets was patched later with Servicepack 1D

To work with that stuff you need :
1. A Up to Date PMDG ( Servicepack 1d)
2 A Up to Date FSUIPC ( Not older as the date where Servicepack 1d was released... Whatever i recommend to use always the newest Version ! )
Good Luck !
2019-02-11 06:15
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