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Saitek Pro Yoke System Throttle axis either ON or OFF

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Hi there,

I have the throttle quadrant plugged into the yoke and a second quadrant plugged into the usb port on the side of the yoke.

When I test them in the joystick calibration app in windows both show they are working as they should HOWEVER when I try to assign an axis, one of the quadrants is shown going from OFF to FULL with no increments, like a switch.
The other quadrant (USB) works as it should.

I tested the whole rig in X-Plane and everything functions as normal.
All testing I’ve done shows no hardware malfunction.
(I’ve tried using different USB ports)

Unhappily, the problem only seems to be with MSFS.

Anyone have any Ideas?


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I use :

SAITEK Proflight Yoke and Throttles (3 Axis) module
SAITEK Proflight Throttles (3 Axis) second module
CH rudder Pedals
Thrustmaster Hotas Warthog Joystick and Throttles
Thrustmaster TCA Throttle Quadrant and Sidestick

All are installed all the time (PC direct or powered USB Hub).

I assign all axes and buttons with FSUIPC7 and I calibrate all axes [throttles, prop pitches, mixtures] with FSUIPC7.


Note: Some non default or payware aircraft may require a default MSFS controller profile / calibration.

Edited by vonmar

Best Regards,

Vaughan Martell - PP-ASEL KDTW

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