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Sim Pedals Ultimate/Sprint by Niels Heusinkveld


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Recently the use of industrial grade Direct Drive motors (either stepper or servo) has become more commonplace when building simulator systems. Examples of these systems are:


  • SimSteering system by Leo Bodnar;
  • OSW system (Open Sim wheel);

  • AccuForce system by SimExperience.

In specific situations (not always) these systems may cause interference on the pedal signals of the Sim Pedals Pro & Ultimate:


  • A variance of zero to two (0-2) RAW output on any pedal, when the pedal is not pressed, is acceptable and within spec. This is considered to be a stable signal.
  • A variance larger than 2 (>2) RAW output on any pedal, when the pedal is not pressed, may be caused by interference from a Direct Drive system.

  • Any unintended jitter or spikes (for example the pedal output maxes out to 100% for a very short period of time) on the pedal output may be caused by interference from a Direct Drive system.

Solution -> http://www.h-engineering.net/service-bulletin-3-sim-pedals-pro-ultimate/


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