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Posts: 30
I have two Arduinos connected, can someone advise if the .mfmc files covers both boards or does each board have its own .mfmc file ?

The problem I have is the calibrated values of each connected servo/motor seem to change when I connect multiple Arduinos, for example I can connect 1 arduino board assign a servo to the board complete the upload and configure the servo for lets say a flaps gauge, everything works fine in P3D. I then add a second Arduino board and add another servo for the 2nd board, complete the upload and say assign engine rpm to that board, starting P3D the flaps gauge is now not calibrated correctly I have now have to go back in to the configuration of the flaps gauge and select the correct board and recalibrate the gauge, is this the correct operation of the software ?

starting this process from the beginning would not be a problem only I have already completed over 30 assignments, I then come to the conclusion Im going to need a second board, connected the second board and now lost all the calibration for all my previous assignments, is this correct ?
2018-08-28 12:00
From: EDDG, Germany
Posts: 1867
The mfmc files are just the backup of the devices on the disk. Mobiflight does not need them to operate. The content of the files is in the memory of the MEGA boards.

You're right, it's not correct that Mobiflight turns off the calibration at startup. The mistake is known, but I'm not sure if there is a solution. Pizman is sure to tell you more.
Stephan (Time: UTC+2)
2018-08-28 14:30
From: NW of KPWK, United States
Posts: 1516
I don’t understand the problem. Can you please explain it a bit more in detail?
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2018-08-28 14:40