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  1. PMDG 747-400 V3 Queen of the Skies II

    Honeycomb Bravo Throttle Quadrant Template for PMDG 747-400 V3 Queen of the Skies II. Import it via the Honeycomb Configurator (you need the latest version 2.0.0.1) or use the local load function.
     
    Please be sure that you activated the PMDG support in the configurator tool (Actions -> Activate / Deactivate PMDG)
     
    if you need further assistance, please check out the following videos
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EHMP5Kj3ebA&list=PL-CM2J7huv9GsJLInEaXS71CKKU_5g3Sl
     
    PMDG_Profile_Description.pdf

    513 downloads

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  2. PMDG NGX(u)

    Honeycomb Bravo Throttle Quadrant Template for PMDG NGX and NGXu. Import it via the Honeycomb Configurator (you need the latest version 2.0.0.1) or use the local load function.
     
    Please be sure that you activated the PMDG support in the configurator tool (Actions -> Activate / Deactivate PMDG)
     
    if you need further assistance, please check out the following videos
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EHMP5Kj3ebA&list=PL-CM2J7huv9GsJLInEaXS71CKKU_5g3Sl
     
    PMDG_Profile_Description.pdf

    800 downloads

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  3. PMDG 777

    Honeycomb Bravo Throttle Quadrant Template for 777. Import it via the Honeycomb Configurator (you need the latest version 2.0.0.1) or use the local load function.
     
    Please be sure that you activated the PMDG support in the configurator tool (Actions -> Activate / Deactivate PMDG)
     
    if you need further assistance, please check out the following videos
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EHMP5Kj3ebA&list=PL-CM2J7huv9GsJLInEaXS71CKKU_5g3Sl
     
    PMDG_Profile_Description.pdf

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  4. Flight Factor 777 Worldliner Professional

    Honeycomb Bravo Throttle Quadrant Template for the Flight Factor 777 Worldliner Professional. Import it via the Honeycomb Configurator (you need the latest version 2.0.0.1) or use the local load function.
     
    if you need further assistance, please check out the following videos
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EHMP5Kj3ebA&list=PL-CM2J7huv9GsJLInEaXS71CKKU_5g3Sl
     
    Not all buttons are mapped due to X-Plane providing a high level of flexibility within the GUI for assigning buttons and switches. Only those that aren't exposed or required conditions for more precise operation are mapped.
     
    Please note this document was originally created by the Aerosoft team and I have simply 'borrowed' it to keep the level of information about this profile consistent with their approach.
     
    I've created a couple of different types of button overlays. The second version is a @Hilversum4 design, to make it one piece and a bit more sturdy.
     
     
    777_Button_Overlays.pdf
    777_Button_Overlays_V2.pdf
    FF_777_Worldliner_Professional_Profile_Description.pdf

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  5. Carenado FA50 EX - Throttle

    Honeycomb Bravo Throttle Quadrant Template
    Carenado FA50 EX v1.1
     
    Import and activate via the Honeycomb Configurator v2.0.0.1
     
    I've had the best success with 2.0.0.1 templates by starting X-Plane 11 and immediately reloading the bindings for all Honeycomb devices via the X-Plane 11 menu (e.g. Plugins > Honeycomb > BFC_Throttle > Reload Bindings).
     
    Honeycomb Config Tool tutorials:
    https://www.youtube.com/user/MrJaraNet/videos
     
    Obvious note: The blue cells (XP 11) are my own X-Plane 11 bindings.  The dark gray cells are Honeycomb configurator bindings.
     
    Lights on the throttle quadrant will NOT illuminate without power to the aircraft Detent #2 = Calculates Vref (based only on weight) and assigns this speed to the IAS bug Wasn't able to find datarefs that hold the V speeds Reversers #1 and #3 are X-FEED valves (reverser ON = X-FEED ON) Reverser #2 is Thrust Reverse toggle for center engine (throttle #2 axis controls thrust reverse amount) From what I understand, most (all?) trijet outer engines do not offer thrust reverse You can get all 3x engines to reverse thrust via commands/datarefs Engine Start Procedure (Engine Stop is identical, albeit more sensitive):     Throttle back/below detent     Throttle forward, past detent a little bit     Throttle returned to idle Engine shutdown can be a little flaky if you move the throttle(s) forward too far or too quickly Each engine's respective detent will toggle the latch, XFR PUMP and BOOSTER pump for that engine (and starter buttons) Door button opens cockpit door and outside door, turns on passenger entrance overhead light Releasing parking brake (Bravo button 1) will remove the Carenado static elements if present Overhead lights (button 3) toggles the center console, copilot overhead, passenger entrance and passenger reading lights Pilot overhead light is omitted from Switch #3 because it is tied to the (bright) main cabin overhead lights The red Throttle #1 TO/GA button is not assigned  
     

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  6. Flight Factor B767 Honeycomb Bravo Profile (Optimized for EFIS Display)

    My purpose for this set of configurations, was to enable the user to have a more practical experience of utilizing switches / controls that are commonly and most frequently used when operating the 767 (and 757).
    I have listed the assignments, including their DATAREF references. 
    While this is my first time programming a set of flight controls, I have tried to do so with as much relatable experience as a both a 767 and 757 pilot. Check out Alpha Profile in Forum.
     
    HIGHLIGHTS:       
    Magneto Switch  - EFIS Map Range selector Left and Right FLT DIR toggle switches AutoThrottle ARM switch toggle (as well as autothrottle disconnect switch) FLCH mode APU Start Switches mapped to Avionics toggles Deactivated Trim wheel (to avoid in-advertent AP Disconnect bumps)  
    I hope this helps others out there to thoroughly enjoy the Alpha and Bravo experience, along with the great software designed by Flight Factor!

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  7. A2A V35B Bonanza (Alpha yoke + Bravo TQ profile)

    Honeycomb Alpha Flight Controls and Bravo Throttle Quadrant profiles for the A2A Simulations V35B Bonanza

    Full assignments and details can be found in the included readme.
     
    Current version: 0.5
    I still consider it Work in Progress, but I'm very happy with what I have so far.
     
    I'll call it version 1.0 when I finish 5 successive flights without feeling the need to make additional changes.
     
    Currently only tested in Prepar3D v5.
     

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  8. Carenado Cessna 208 Caravan

    Fellow turboprop flyers - attached are the config files I wrote to use the Honeycomb Bravo/Alpha with the Carenado Cessna 208 Caravan.  All LEDs should work nearly as expected in coordination with the aircraft's.  Obviously you will need to tweak/customize to your individual setup.  Hopefully this saves you some time.
     
    Notes:
    -Throttle lever 4 detent is mapped to feather prop, you’ll likely need to tweak default response curve for more realistic functionality.
    -Throttle lever 5 detent is mapped to cut fuel, same deal as above - you'll need custom response curves. (E.g.,  shut down engine only when condition lever in detent, not merely when the lever is on the aft stop.)
    -Am still working on a LUA script to be able to use map the emergency power  lever to an axis...more to follow.
     
    Cheers,
     
    -Charlie

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  9. FlightFactor 767 professional

    Friends - Honeycomb Alpha/Bravo profiles I've built for use with the FF 767.  All LEDs should work as expected.  Have fun modifying to suit and happy flying.
     
    Notes:
    -Fuel cutoff switches are mapped to ALT/BAT switches on yoke to be more easily identified. I’ve found having them mapped to one of the many toggles on the Bravo is a recipe for shutting off an engine instead of the seatbelt sign.
    -Runway turnoff lights are mapped to avionics bus 1/2.
    -APU functionality mapped to rotary starter knob.
     
    -Charlie

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  10. Carenado PC-12

    Fellow turboprop flyers - attached are the config files I wrote to use the Honeycomb Bravo/Alpha with the Carenado PC-12.  All LEDs should work nearly as expected in coordination with the aircraft's CAWS.  Obviously you will need to tweak/customize to your individual setup.  Hopefully this saves you some time.
     
    Notes:
    -Master warning/caution LEDs on Bravo are individually mapped to CAWS, as Carenado uses custom logic/texture and not the standard dataref to activate the lights on the panel.  I have mapped a yoke button to acknowledge CAWS as in the real aircraft.
    -Throttle lever 4 detent is mapped to cut off/feather prop via condition lever, you’ll likely need to tweak default response curve (my lower end stops at 0.10) for more realistic functionality. (E.g.,  shut down engine only when in detent, not merely when the condition lever is on the aft stop.)
    -Am still working on a LUA script to be able to use map the manual override (MOR) lever to an axis...more to follow.
     
    Cheers,
     
    -Charlie

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  11. Zibo Mod 737

    Honeycomb Bravo Throttle Quadrant Template for the Zibo Mod 737. Import it via the Honeycomb Configurator (you need the latest version 2.0.0.1) or use the local load function.
     
    if you need further assistance, please check out the following videos
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EHMP5Kj3ebA&list=PL-CM2J7huv9GsJLInEaXS71CKKU_5g3Sl
     
    Not all buttons are mapped due to X-Plane providing a high level of flexibility within the GUI for assigning buttons and switches. Only those that aren't exposed or required conditions for more precise operation are mapped.
     
    Please note this document was originally created by the Aerosoft team and I have simply 'borrowed' it to keep the level of information about this profile consistent with their approach.
     
    I've created a couple of different types of button overlays. The second version is a @Hilversum4 design, to make it one piece and a bit more sturdy.
     
     
    Button_Overlays.pdf
    Button_Overlays_V2.pdf
    Zibo_Mod_Profile_Description.pdf

    654 downloads

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  12. EADT x737

    Honeycomb Bravo Throttle Quadrant Template for the EADT x737. Import it via the Honeycomb Configurator (you need the latest version 2.0.0.1) or use the local load function.
     
    if you need further assistance, please check out the following videos
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EHMP5Kj3ebA&list=PL-CM2J7huv9GsJLInEaXS71CKKU_5g3Sl
     
    Not all buttons are mapped due to X-Plane providing a high level of flexibility within the GUI for assigning buttons and switches. Only those that aren't exposed or required conditions for more precise operation are mapped.
     
    Please note this document was originally created by the Aerosoft team and I have simply 'borrowed' it to keep the level of information about this profile consistent with their approach.
     
    I've created a couple of different types of button overlays. The second version is a @Hilversum4 design, to make it one piece and a bit more sturdy.
     
     
    Button_Overlays.pdf
    Button_Overlays_V2.pdf
    EADT_x737_Profile_Description.pdf

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  13. Flight Factor Boeing 757 V2 Professional

    Honeycomb Bravo Throttle Quadrant Template for the Flight Factor 757 V2. Import it via the Honeycomb Configurator (you need the latest version 2.0.0.1) or use the local load function.
     
    if you need further assistance, please check out the following videos
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EHMP5Kj3ebA&list=PL-CM2J7huv9GsJLInEaXS71CKKU_5g3Sl
     
    Not all buttons are mapped due to X-Plane providing a high level of flexibility within the GUI for assigning buttons and switches. Only those that aren't exposed or required conditions for more precise operation are mapped.
     
    Please note this document was originally created by the Aerosoft team and I have simply 'borrowed' it to keep the level of information about this profile consistent with their approach.
     
    I've created a couple of different types of button overlays. The second version is a @Hilversum4 design, to make it one piece and a bit more sturdy.
     
     
    Button_Overlays.pdf
    Button_Overlays_V2.pdf
    FF_757V2_Profile_Description.pdf

    196 downloads

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  14. JRollon CRJ-200 - Throttle

    Honeycomb Bravo Throttle Template
    JRollon CRJ-200 v1.7.2
     
    Import and activate via the Honeycomb Configurator v2.0.0.1
     
    I've had the best success with 2.0.0.1 templates by starting X-Plane 11 and immediately reloading the bindings for all Honeycomb devices via the X-Plane 11 menu (e.g. Plugins > Honeycomb > BFC_Throttle > Reload Bindings).
     
    Honeycomb Config Tool tutorials:
    https://www.youtube.com/user/MrJaraNet/videos
     
    Obvious note: The blue cells (XP 11) are my own X-Plane 11 bindings.  The dark gray cells are Honeycomb configurator bindings.
     
     
    Bravo Axis #2 detent: Engaging the detent will calculate your Vref landing speed (based only on weight, not altitude/temp etc) and assign it to V1, V2, Vr or Vt (whichever is currently selected) The limitations of the configurator software prevented me from implementing takeoff V speed calculations automatically (on axis #5 detent), which is a bummer because I wanted to do trim calculation as well. Assigning the calculated Vref speed directly to Vt within the CRJ-200's avionics was not possible without relying on a LUA script Throttle #1's red button (TO/GA) is not assigned in the configurator The Seatbelt Sign also switches the No Smoking sign to AUTO (if it's not already on AUTO) Altitude knob: The altitude knob adjusts only 10' per turn (on the throttle quadrant as well as clicking/scrolling on the knob).  To change this to 100' per turn: 1) Open Plane Maker (close XP11 first) 2) (menu) Standard > Systems 3) Under the 'General 1' tab: Change 'autopilot altitude-select step size' from 10 to 100     You can do the same to the radio altitude-select step size if you prefer 4) CTRL + S to save.  Exit Plane Maker.  

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  15. Aerobask Epic Victory - Throttle

    Honeycomb Bravo Throttle Quadrant Template
    Aerobask Epic Victory v2.3.3
    (This has not been tested with the new G1000 version)
     
    Import and activate via the Honeycomb Configurator v2.0.0.1
     
    I've had the best success with 2.0.0.1 templates by starting X-Plane 11 and immediately reloading the bindings for all Honeycomb devices via the X-Plane 11 menu (e.g. Plugins > Honeycomb > BFC_Throttle > Reload Bindings).
     
    Honeycomb Config Tool tutorials:
    https://www.youtube.com/user/MrJaraNet/videos
     
    Obvious note: The blue cells (XP 11) are my own X-Plane 11 bindings.  The dark gray cells are Honeycomb configurator bindings.
    * Lights on the throttle quadrant will not illuminate when the aircraft's battery is off.

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  16. QualityWings 787 Bravo Throttle Profile (with all LED lights)

    This profile includes and assigns almost all the control on Honeycomb Bravo Throttle including MCP buttons, rotary knobs, controls, LED button lights and annunciator lights on Bravo Throttle.
     
    As Bravo Throttle is not specifically designed for the 787 systems,  I had to get creative and create a logic to map the physical elements on the Bravo Throttle to the 787 systems, this is specially true in the case of the red annunciator lights. One of the key goals in building this profile was maximizing the usage of all physical controls on the Bravo Throttle.
     
    Creating and testing this profile took 5 full days of writing and then testing a new json profile that you can easily add to your Honeycomb-Configurator application. 
     
    This profile is also easily customizable, so if you prefer your assignments differently, you can achieve that using the Honeycomb-Configurator application. I haven't had a chance to create a PDF user's guide with pictures for the control assignments yet, so for the time being, please use the application to look up the control assignment and customize it to your liking. 
     
    Here is a quick summary of the MCP button and rotary knob assignments:
     
    MCP button assignments
     
    Bravo Throttle MCP button
    Assigned to 787 button
    Bravo Throttle button light logic
    HDG
    HDG SELECT (not HDG HOLD)
    Since HDG SELECT doesn’t have a light on the real plane, the button light is mapped to HDG HOLD light
    NAV
    LNAV
    LNAV
    APR
    APP
    APP
    REV
    LOC
    LOC
    ALT
    ALT INTERVENE (not ALT HOLD)
    Since ALT INTERVENE doesn’t have a light on the real plane, the button light is mapped to ALT HOLD light
    VS
    VS
    VS
    IAS
    VNAV
    VNAV
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
    Rotary knob assignments
    Bravo Throttle Selector position
    Bravo Throttle INC/DEC rotary assigned to 787 rotary knob
    IAS
    IAS
    CRS
    Captain’s side BAROSET
    (since real plane doesn’t have a CRS rotary)
    HDG
    HDG
    VS
    V/S
    ALT
    ALT
     
    Middle row switches
    Bravo Throttle middle row switches from left to right
    787 function
    1
    Flight Director (FD) left and right ON/OFF
    2
    Transponder XPDR <-> TA/RA
    3
    WRX glareshield button left
    4
    TFC (traffic) glareshield button left
    5
    TERR (terrain) glareshield button left
    6
    Pedestal FUEL CONTROL left engine
    7
    Pedestal FUEL CONTROL right engine

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  17. Honeycomb Bravo Profile for iNiBuilds A300 for XPlane 11

    This is my just finished Honeycomb Bravo profile for the iNiBuilds A300 for Xplane 11.  I am also working on finishing up a profile for the Alpha that compliments this one for the Bravo.  Be sure to download the Readme with it for details on what all the functions do and how to set XPlane 11 to work with it.
     
    Jason

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  18. AirfoilLabs C172 SP

    Honeycomb Bravo Throttle Quadrant Template for the AirfoilLabs C172 SP. Import it via the Honeycomb Configurator (you need the latest version 2.0.0.1) or use the local load function.
     
    if you need further assistance, please check out the following videos
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EHMP5Kj3ebA&list=PL-CM2J7huv9GsJLInEaXS71CKKU_5g3Sl
     
    Not all buttons are mapped due to X-Plane providing a high level of flexibility within the GUI for assigning buttons and switches. Only those that aren't exposed or required conditions for more precise operation are mapped.
     
    Please note this document was originally created by the Aerosoft team and I have simply 'borrowed' it to keep the level of information about this profile consistent with their approach.
     
    I've created a couple of different types of button overlays. The second version is a @Hilversum4 design, to make it one piece and a bit more sturdy.
     
     
    AirfoilLabs_C172_SP__Profile_Description.pdf
    172_Button_Overlays.pdf
    172_Button_Overlays_V2.pdf

    175 downloads

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  19. Aerosoft Twin Otter Extended

    Honeycomb Bravo Throttle Quadrant Template for the Aerosoft Twin Otter Extended. Import it via the Honeycomb Configurator (you need the latest version 2.0.0.1) or use the local load function.
     
    if you need further assistance, please check out the following videos
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EHMP5Kj3ebA&list=PL-CM2J7huv9GsJLInEaXS71CKKU_5g3Sl
     
    Please note this document was originally created by the Aerosoft team and I have simply 'borrowed' it to keep the level of information about this profile consistent with their approach.
     
    I've created a couple of different types of button overlays. The second version is a @Hilversum4 design, to make it one piece and a bit more sturdy.
     
    Aerosoft_Twin_Otter_Extended_Profile_Description.pdf
    Twotter_Button_Overlays.pdf
    Twotter_Button_Overlays_V2.pdf

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  20. QualityWings 787 Bravo Throttle Quadrant

    I've created this as a test  I'm working within P3dv5.1HF1 to test and not all the local data keys I'm finding in the documentation for qualitywings Sim Kit work correctly.
    Apu is a bit buggy I have to toggle rock it to get the aircraft to identify the APU switch in Start Position.  Airspeed needs to still be tweaked as it does not work with MACH indications while in mach mode i've tried a few IAS Keys but nothing seems to work.  I'm no expert and this is my first dabble into messing with local data keys please use this as you see fit.

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  21. Xplane 11 AirFoilLabs King Air 350 Bravo Profile

    My first attempt at creating a profile, as there currently isn't one available here I am sharing my work for those that can't be bothered.
     
    This profile makes the Warning Panel lights come to life. All other assignments should be done through xplane menu. 
     
    Feedback welcome, i'll update as i continue to improve upon this.

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  22. ToLiss A319/A321 Profile

    Honeycomb Bravo Throttle Quadrant Template for the ToLiss A319 and A321.
    Import it via the Honeycomb Configurator (you need the latest version 2.0.0.1) or use the local load function.
     
    This will still need some configuring in the X-Plane joystick menu.
    Please see my screenshots for the X-Plane joystick configuator. Some of them you can change to whatever you like, such as the switches, but anything relating to the throttles and autopilot, I suggest leaving as is, unless you know what you're doing.
     
    Landing Gear LED's working SOME of the ANC message lights working. Reversers have been set up so that they actually work in the reverse detent. (use 'throttle up a bit for engine #n' in X-Plane configuation). Reverser handles go on in the on position, and off in the off position. No more toggling! Rotary knobs set up (all except 'CRS') AutoPilot LED working with AP1 &/or AP2  
    I have not been able to get the Master Caution/Warning ANC messages to illuminate, and I think it's because ToLiss uses a dataref for each individual failure, and so they would all have to be mapped individually. I could be wrong, but if you know how to get them to work, please let me know and I'll update the profile.
    I had a similar problem with the Door ANC light, it would always be lit, even when all doors were closed and secured, so will have to do a bit more digging on that. (ALL FIXED IN V1.5. See changelog below)
     
    If you find any problems with this, please let me know and I'll fix where neccessary.
     
    This is not perfect, but will hopefully be good enough for you to jump in and fly at least!
    Any suggestions are welcome, and I'll try and get the changes made!
     
    (N.B. I have my flaps axis set to control flaps 1, 2 and 3, and then the detend (position 17) as flaps 4. I found this gave me a better range for the flaps position, but again, that's just personal preference.
     
    For more help using this in X-Plane, please check out this video:
     

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  23. Colimata Concorde (Requires FlyWithLua)

    A profile I made for the Colimata Concorde. It requires FlyWithLua scripts for control of the Autopilot, as the default X-Plane datarefs do not work with the Concorde. The increments can all be modified with the FlyWithLua scripts. 
     

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