slide1
Download
Skip this Video
Download Presentation
Eclipse Yoke

Loading in 2 Seconds...

play fullscreen
1 / 21

Eclipse Yoke - PowerPoint PPT Presentation


  • 143 Views
  • Uploaded on

Eclipse Yoke. Eclipse Yoke Calibration. NOTES:. In this portion of calibrating our CH Products Devices we will be going through the steps to calibrate the Eclipse Yoke. We will be calibrating the: X Axis: Aileron Y Axis: Elevator Z Axis: Throttle R Axis: Rudder U Axis: Prop

loader
I am the owner, or an agent authorized to act on behalf of the owner, of the copyrighted work described.
capcha
Download Presentation

PowerPoint Slideshow about ' Eclipse Yoke' - lilly


An Image/Link below is provided (as is) to download presentation

Download Policy: Content on the Website is provided to you AS IS for your information and personal use and may not be sold / licensed / shared on other websites without getting consent from its author.While downloading, if for some reason you are not able to download a presentation, the publisher may have deleted the file from their server.


- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - E N D - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Presentation Transcript
slide1

Eclipse Yoke

Eclipse Yoke Calibration

NOTES:

In this portion of calibrating our CH Products Devices we will be going through the steps to calibrate the Eclipse Yoke.

We will be calibrating the:

X Axis: Aileron

Y Axis: Elevator

Z Axis: Throttle

R Axis: Rudder

U Axis: Prop

V Axis: Mixture

Click the calibrate button seen above…

slide2

Eclipse Yoke

NOTES:

Using your mouse, Trackball or, Trackball Pro click on the CH FighterStick USB.

Then, click on the Okay button…

slide3

Eclipse Yoke

NOTES:

This screen in the Control Manager GUI will allow you to Test/Calibrate your Eclipse Yoke as well as adjust your Axis Settings.

For the purpose of this calibration I will not adjust the Axis Settings.

Now is a good time to insure the Yokes X and Y axis are centered.

To Calibrate your Eclipse Yoke, click on the Calibrate button…

slide4

Eclipse Yoke

NOTES:

The steps involved in calibrating the Yoke are pretty simple and easy to follow.

You will be prompted to move and hold the Yoke:

Left

Right

Forward and

Aft…

Press Click!

slide7

Eclipse Yoke

NOTES:

CONTROL MANAGER v4.55 FOR DUMMIES

slide8

Eclipse Yoke

NOTES:

CONTROL MANAGER v4.55 FOR DUMMIES

slide9

Eclipse Yoke

NOTES:

The Throttle Lever [A3] is the furthest left of the three levers (Black Knob)

To insure full travel of your throttle axis [Z]in your game of choice DO NOT move the throttle lever to its full back, or full forward position.

slide11

Eclipse Yoke

NOTES:

In these next steps you will be prompted to move and holdthe Rudder Levers…

And Click!

slide14

Eclipse Yoke

NOTES:

The Prop Lever [A5] is the middle of the three levers (Blue Knob)

To insure full travel of your propaxis [U]in your game of choice DO NOT move the throttle lever to its full back, or full forward position.

slide16

Eclipse Yoke

NOTES:

The Mixture Lever [A6] is the middle of the three levers (Red Knob)

To insure full travel of your mixture axis [V]in your game of choice DO NOT move the mixture lever to its full back, or full forward position.

slide17

Eclipse Yoke

NOTES:

CONTROL MANAGER v4.55 FOR DUMMIES

slide18

Eclipse Yoke

NOTES:

Check the range of your axes:

X: 0-255 R: 0-255

Y: 0-255 U: 0-255

Z: 0-255 V: 0-255

The Raw Data may (probably will) fluctuate a small amount, typically not enough for your game to be affected.

Click: Apply…

slide19

Eclipse Yoke

NOTES:

Move the Yoke aft and turn it to the right.

Press the right Rudder axis all the way in.

Move the three levers (Throttle, Prop, and Mixture) all the way aft…

Press:

slide20

Eclipse Yoke

NOTES:

Move the Yoke forward and turn it to the left.

Press the left Rudder axis all the way in.

Move the three levers (Throttle, Prop, and Mixture) all the way forward…

Press:

slide21

Eclipse Yoke

NOTES:

Center the Yoke.

Center the Rudder axis.

Move the three levers (Throttle, Prop, and Mixture) to their center position…

And you are Done.

ad