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  1. Hey guys, thought I'd just share my yoke mods project I'm currently working on (It's my first time doing something like this.) Before I delve further into the project, I'll share how I'm going (so far) about the project. Firstly, through many sketches (not shown in the images), I’ve come up with a way to mount a Leobodnar Hat switch on to the yoke, add extra toggle switches on an elevated site platform and have all of that connected to the Leobodnar BBI-32 Interface. https://i.imgur.com/QBWQzDB.jpg & https://i.imgur.com/cRAMjCR.png (Plan) Currently, the steps I've completed are the following: Complete a dry run of the systems prior to any work commencing. Cut a base for the yoke, switches and Leobodnar BBI-32 Interface. https://i.imgur.com/mKv2UTx.png Solder wires onto the toggles switches (Yes my soldering is bad). https://i.imgur.com/xBPGJYF.jpg Prepare the yoke for glueing on the 3mm acrylic so that I can mount the hat switch by screwing it in place.https://i.imgur.com/f4UioOS.jpg On the todo list: Cut and glue the acrylic onto the yoke (With drilled holes for the wires) Make an elevated platform for the toggle switches. (Wooden legs and a 3mm acrylic platform base. Run the cables through the yoke so they can be soldered onto the hat switch. Add cable shelving. Connect the cables to the BBI-32 interface and glue it in place Fly with friends 🙂 If anyone is interested I can make a new post when I’ve finished or send constant updates in this post.
  2. Hey guys first time posting here on the forums! Currently, I’m fixing my Pro Flight System Yoke by replacing the right-hand side PCB and buttons (which I broke) with a LeoBodnar interface BBI-32 board and hat switch. Naturally, I’ve managed to get the interface to work outside of the yoke (Connected to my PC directly, as seen below), and be seen by X-Plane 11. However, the problem I have is that when I want to connect the interface to the yoke itself via USB, I get a windows error saying that I need more power, so to try and fix this I plugged the yoke into the back of my motherboard , with the interface connected to the yoke and got the same problem. Additionally, I can’t seem to assign buttons connected to the Leo Bodnar interface BBI-32 board vai Logitech’s panel when connected to the yoke directly or connected to the PC directly. What can I do to go about fixing this? I wouldn’t want to have to plug in two USBs just to run a yoke. I’m already out of USB ports 😛 Thanks!
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