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  1. Hello all, I apologise if I have missed an already existing topic. Anyways, I was wondering if I could get some help in replacing the pots in by brake pedals with hall sensors. Currently the pots have different starting points, so evenly braking is quite the task, not to say impossible! Now, I haven't fully grasped the concept of the hall sensors as pots yet. How do I need to set them up so both sides react identically, in other words, how would I calibrate the range? Because with the pots, whatever I do, one always reacts before the other or reaches the end way before, I would't want to run into the same problem again! Next, I would have followed the concept of two neodim magnets revolving around the sensor, as seen in other forums. Kinda like the Bic pen version just 3D printed. I read that the perfect replacement for the pots used by saitek in their rudder pedals are the Allegro A1324 Sensors as they require no extra hard- or software change. Does anybody know of further options? What are the needed specifications apart from the 5V and 3pin config? Lastly, are there any other details to consider? Is it really as easy as it seems? Thanks in advance!
  2. frostycab

    A question about the brakes

    I 'd like to know if anyone else has had any trouble getting the brakes to work with their rudder pedals. I've got a set of Saitek pedals set up through FSUIPC, and obviously use them to operate the wheel brakes. The problem I have is that I get no response from the brakes through roughly the first half of the travel on my pedals, and then they bite really hard, resulting in an uncomfortable stop. Its impossible to brake in a straight line, as even the smallest discrepancy between my left and right feet lead to heavy differential braking and I veer off to one side. I've got my pedals set up and calibrated through FSUIPC, and they're showing response through the entire range of travel, so I can only assume its something to do with the way the A320X interprets brake inputs. Has anyone got any ideas on how I can make things a little more user-friendly?
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