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alvin

Where the real one is inaccurate, NGX is too!

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Yesterday, during my first cockpit preparation I launched the standby power test, where you basically test whether the standby power system, cut out from all other power sources than the battery(ies), has correct voltage parameters. I noticed that DC voltmeter showed 28V, instead of 24 +/- 2, as required by FCOM. I submitted a ticket, and as Ryan explained, it is exactly the behaviour of all real planes that NGX was based upon. All of them have this "bug" (or maybe it is the FCOM that has it wrong, because the batteries provide 28V DC when fully loaded). Seeing this, you really start to _trust_ this plane. Such gritty-nitty details are real joy to see! cheers to the developers!Jakub


Jakub Szewczyk

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I have a small electrical oddity I found, might be my misunderstanding though The logo lights (along recirc fans, and many other items) are in the CAB/UTIL bus according to the FCOM, however if I turn the CAB/UTIL switch off I lose none of these electrical systems from what I can tell.


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