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kenya001
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Hi all,
I have 737 ifly and would like to use mobiflight for overhead elec panel. I cant seem to find any offsets , I do use ifly2fsuipc. Any help appreciated
Thanks
Jay
2019-05-01 10:09
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pizman82
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From: ETSI, Germany
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Hi

You give the awnser to your question still youreself !

Ifly do not support data to offsets as i know.... But there exist the PlugIn "ifly2fsuipc" that will do that.
Simply install this (Maby you need a INI Entry to enable data broadcast .... Read the Manual of that PlugIn !)

I not work with it so i can not tell you how the system looks like.... BUT there are just 2 possible ways.....

1. The PlugIn got a premade Offset Table.... then there must be a List somewhere (Manual) where you see what Function is on what offset.

2. The PlugIn got a User Interfac where you can define all functions yourseself to Offsets of your Choice.
There you say Function XY should use Offset XXXX with Size ? Typ ? and so on.

Summary.... Read the Manual of ifly2fsuipc.... THERE should be explane everything.
On Mobiflight Side the Offsets (of this Plugin) work simmular to standard Offsets.... Simply create a output Config.... Use the specific Offset and your LED will work.
Good Luck !
2019-05-01 16:12
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Gemu
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iconQuote:

1. The PlugIn got a premade Offset Table.... then there must be a List somewhere (Manual) where you see what Function is on what offset.



Exactly that. In the manual all offsets are listed.

Example: With output-offset 9402 you can readout following 8 different light states. Each bit belongs to an other function. You have to use bit mask.

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9402 0 DUCT_OVERHEAT_1_Light_Status
9402 1 DUCT_OVERHEAT_2_Light_Status
9402 2 DUAL_BLEED_Light_Status
9402 3 RAM_DOOR_FUEL_DOOR_1_Light_Status
9402 4 RAM_DOOR_FUEL_DOOR_2_Light_Status
9402 5 PACK_TRIP_OFF_1_Light_Status
9402 6 PACK_TRIP_OFF_2_Light_Status
9402 7 WING_BODY_OVERHEAT_1_Light_Status


Input offset is 0x9400. Use parameter value to define the function. Anyway, all is listed in the manual.

Greetings
Gert
2019-05-02 23:17
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