Rudder reversed up to about 60 kts

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Rudder reversed up to about 60 kts

Post by OE1CGA » 09 Jan 2019, 13:59

also some problem with the rudder... since a few Betas.

when i taxy, pressing the e.g. right rudderpedal, the Flight controls indcation on the Sys page shows the deflection right, but the A/C steers

to the left, vice versa. No problem not to use the rudder for taxying, but the Tiller.

But on T/O one starts to accelerate and with some crosswind i have to counter with a little bit of rudder input.

In this case the A/C does move to the "wrong" direction. At higher speeds (above ca. 60 kts) the rudder inputs

are normal (left is left, right is right). My Rudder is calibrated under ProSim. Same applies after landing on deceleration

below 60 kts, steering with rudderinputs is reversed !
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Re: Rudder reversed up to about 60 kts

Post by wpslider » 09 Jan 2019, 21:56

can you try b5?
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Re: Rudder reversed up to about 60 kts

Post by Hakkie » 09 Jan 2019, 22:13

About the nosewheel steering issue with 2.14b4: steering goes well when I turn off yaw damper on overhead. Will try b5 now.

Addition: I'm using a tiller assigned in FSUIPC.
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Re: Rudder reversed up to about 60 kts

Post by wpslider » 09 Jan 2019, 22:27

Hakkie wrote:
09 Jan 2019, 22:13
About the nosewheel steering issue with 2.14b4: steering goes well when I turn off yaw damper on overhead. Will try b5 now.

Addition: I'm using a tiller assigned in FSUIPC.
the yaw damper is now disabled below 60kts so it should fix this issue. The main problem is that P3D has the rudder interlinked with the nose wheel steering... and the rudder movement is causing the steer to return to center...

This effect is probably increased by the fsuipc assignment instead of ProSim.
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Re: Rudder reversed up to about 60 kts

Post by OE1CGA » 10 Jan 2019, 00:09

okay Humberto,

i will try and report in a few hours...

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Re: Rudder reversed up to about 60 kts

Post by Hakkie » 10 Jan 2019, 00:14

wpslider wrote:
Hakkie wrote:
09 Jan 2019, 22:13
About the nosewheel steering issue with 2.14b4: steering goes well when I turn off yaw damper on overhead. Will try b5 now.

Addition: I'm using a tiller assigned in FSUIPC.
the yaw damper is now disabled below 60kts so it should fix this issue. The main problem is that P3D has the rudder interlinked with the nose wheel steering... and the rudder movement is causing the steer to return to center...

This effect is probably increased by the fsuipc assignment instead of ProSim.
Clear. Will try with assignments in Prosim tomorrow.
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Re: Rudder reversed up to about 60 kts

Post by OE1CGA » 11 Jan 2019, 00:59

This problen (of reversed rudders below 60kts) is solved for me...

but one thing: now there is not rudder steering (without a tiller) possible
which (i think) is in the real A/C for +- 7° possible.. which is okay to stay on the centerline
while taxying.

But no big deal.

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Re: Rudder reversed up to about 60 kts

Post by Hakkie » 11 Jan 2019, 07:03

Hakkie wrote:
wpslider wrote:
Hakkie wrote:
09 Jan 2019, 22:13
About the nosewheel steering issue with 2.14b4: steering goes well when I turn off yaw damper on overhead. Will try b5 now.

Addition: I'm using a tiller assigned in FSUIPC.
the yaw damper is now disabled below 60kts so it should fix this issue. The main problem is that P3D has the rudder interlinked with the nose wheel steering... and the rudder movement is causing the steer to return to center...

This effect is probably increased by the fsuipc assignment instead of ProSim.
Clear. Will try with assignments in Prosim tomorrow.
Still some calibrating to do (FSUIPC does a better job here because of lowering sensitivity) in Windows 10, but assigning rudder and tiller in Prosim solved my nosewheel steering issue.
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Re: Rudder reversed up to about 60 kts

Post by Aussie1234 » 11 Jan 2019, 22:01

Tip: When you assign the Rudder and Tiller axis in Prosim, remember to go back into FSUIPC and turn off the Rudder and Tiller in Assignments.
I forgot to do it with the Tiller and experienced spurious changes in aircraft direction on the ground when operating the tiller until I remembered and went back in to FSUIPC. Move all of your axis in turn and make sure there are no ticked boxes.
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Re: Rudder reversed up to about 60 kts

Post by Hakkie » 11 Jan 2019, 22:17

Aussie1234 wrote:Tip: When you assign the Rudder and Tiller axis in Prosim, remember to go back into FSUIPC and turn off the Rudder and Tiller in Assignments.
I forgot to do it with the Tiller and experienced spurious changes in aircraft direction on the ground when operating the tiller until I remembered and went back in to FSUIPC. Move all of your axis in turn and make sure there are no ticked boxes.
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