2. Force Feedback Configuration Settings
V1.3 of the CL software introduces
a new Configuration Manager to replace the older CL Settings
Settings are made and changed in
Tabs 1 to 9.
Hold the cursor over a settings
box or other text area to see a detailed description for that
setting in the Description area.
You can add your own notes for any
setting using the Your Notes text area and the Save_Notes button.
To import your settings from a
previous installation use the IMPORT button.
To save your settings use the SAVE
The main settings are held in your
selected .cfg file, you can have different cfg files for different
aircraft or flight setups. Your .cfg files are held in the
Configuration Manager\Aircraft Config Files folder. The "Shared
Settings" are always active for your setup and are held in the
Background.ini file in the Configuration Manager folder.
To update settings in the main CL
Software whilst it is running use the MAKE_ACTIVE button (does not
apply to all settings - see the "Maroon - Shared Settings"
Tab 9 Project Steps gives a useful
outline of the CL system project stages. Hold the cursor over the
text to see more details of the steps.
For further details and
step-by-step procedures see the setup and commissioning documents
linked to in Tab 9.
Tabs 5, 6 and 7 are used to make
the operating mode, sim integration, card comms and hardware
Tabs 1, 2, 3 and 4 are used to set
the force tuning parameters and the A/P following behaviours.
No comms will be available with
your motor driver cards until the COM port and Baud settings are
made in Tab 6. You can also use the Tab 9 - Item 4 - Update button
to export these settings to the Card Test App for your initial
Please see the information in the
Description area for Tab 9 for further information on initial
4. Force Tuning for details on the force tuning procedures.