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Panelbuilder showing uncorrect values - FSX - simconnect and PMDG B738

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Good morning,

i am actually on route EDDk to EGPF, having panelbuilder since a week and i am upset that it does not show correct values:

Speed: cockpit 288, pb: 294

N1: 83,1 - 87

EGT: 662 - 846(F) / 452©

N2: does not move until engine is in idle, so useless for startup, 85 - 89

Oil Press: 44 - 63

Oil temp: 78 - 173(F) [no way to show C?]

Fuelflow: 2,79 - 60

 

FSX:SE - simconect - PMDG 737-800 on win10 - Panelbuilder EFIS 2.92

So what am i doing wrong?

 

Thank you for any help

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You are not doing anything wrong.

 

We are receiving all values from FSX by using the standard FSX Variables. Many add-on aircraft use custom local panel variables (LVARs) to show a different value to what is exported from FSX. 

This is a similar problem than this post: http://www.avsim.com/topic/483834-aerosoft-twin-otter-engine-instruments/

 

Have a look there it will give you more information.

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You are not doing anything wrong.

 

We are receiving all values from FSX by using the standard FSX Variables. Many add-on aircraft use custom local panel variables (LVARs) to show a different value to what is exported from FSX. 

This is a similar problem than this post: http://www.avsim.com/topic/483834-aerosoft-twin-otter-engine-instruments/

 

Have a look there it will give you more information.

 

Hello, the same may hapen in Xplane ? i ask because i plan to use it on some payware acft.

 

thanks

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Yes, it might. Add-on aircraft can create custom datarefs, but in my experience it is less frequent than in FSX.

It is also easier to modify our X-Plane Interface to use the custom datarefs instead of the standard datarefs.

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Thanks Reinhard, but this modification in case its needed i can do on my side ? or is something inside the code.

 

Regards

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