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CH YOKE settings for NGX

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Hi,

Im using CH YOKE and i'm looking for calibration, i can't fly the NGX good.

Thanks for help


Tomer Oszlak

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The CH yoke has its own calibration tool (look up your CH documentation or spot the link from your start menu).

 

Furthermore you have to check the settings in FSX (null zones, sensitivity).

 

The PMDG NGX manuals have something to say about the conditions that have to met for the autopilot to engage at all, too ...


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I don't have the money now, i just want to calibrate it now for flying, can any one help me?


Tomer Oszlak

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4XOYK, on 04 May 2013 - 02:51 AM, said:

 

I don't have the money now, i just want to calibrate it now for flying, can any one help me?

Tomer,

 

Oliver in his reply mentioned your CH yoke's own calibration tool and to look up the link in your start menu. He is correct, but I think that this link is only created when you install the CH Control Manager software. You will need to do this first. With your yoke, you should have received a CD that contains this software. Otherwise you can download its latest version from the CH website (it's free). The CH Control Manager once installed, will allow you to calibrate your yoke. Hope this helps.


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Tomer,

 

Oliver in his reply mentioned your CH yoke's own calibration tool and to look up the link in your start menu. He is correct, but I think that this link is only created when you install the CH Control Manager software. You will need to do this first. With your yoke, you should have received a CD that contains this software. Otherwise you can download its latest version from the CH website (it's free). The CH Control Manager once installed, will allow you to calibrate your yoke. Hope this helps.

Thanks,

But my problem is not where to calibrate, but what to calibrate for a good use with NGX


Tomer Oszlak

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What exactly is your problem with the 737NGX and your current yoke calibration? I've used it with both CH product and Saitek yokes and it has always worked just perfect with normal calibration through CH control manager.

 

 

Regards

Joona L

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What exactly is your problem with the 737NGX and your current yoke calibration? I've used it with both CH product and Saitek yokes and it has always worked just perfect with normal calibration through CH control manager.

 

 

Regards

Joona L

This is my calibration in FSX now:

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I can't fly the plane, it takes double the runway to t/o(the elavtor take a lot of time to respond, and they dont go full up)


Tomer Oszlak

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Your controller settings look o.k.

 

Pls. re-calibrate your yoke (see the calibrate button in the upper right of your screenhsot?) and check your stabilizer trim setting before takeoff.


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If the normal calibration through "calibrate" button mentioned doesn't fix it you should go and download CH control manager from here:

 

 

http://www.chproducts.com/files/chproducts/control_manager-v4.55a.exe

 

Try to calibrate your yoke using it, that's what I did at least. 

 

Also, are you sure that you set proper trim for takeoff with 737NGX? If you didn't that too could increase the takeoff distance a lot. 

 

Regards
Joona L

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