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  1. I am wondering if you can provide me the latest LVARS (from the most recent updated model export) with the warning lights, APU etc. that you added to. Also when will the updated model be ready? Looking forward to your response.
  2. I am not real familiar with the how to get the updated model export, How would I get my hands on that? Did you include the LED for the APU?
  3. Hi Hans, Would you be willing to add the LED's to the Lvars if I shot you over $50-$100. I understand it take time to add these and I don't expect you to do it for free. I need the LED lvars for the warning lights and the APU/Engine 1 & 2. and any other LED's that might need to be added. If you can do this, please shoot me a private message and we can arrange a payment. This is very important to me as I am mapping out a full cockpit sim. It is worth the investment to me to assist with adding the Lvars that use LED's.
  4. would this be true for any other LEDs in the aircraft that are not on the var list? I am wondering if you might recommend any type of work around? I was hoping I could create a LUA script that ran on startup and assigned the value to an FCUIPC offset then use that offset with mobiflight to fire off the led when it read the offset value of 1. I am able to do this without issue when I use your _LED vars but can't seem to get it to work with general vars that are not specific to the LED. If there is any work around, please share. Han's I love the work you guys have done on this CRJ. I can't wait to light it up in a full cockpit simulator and so far you suggestions are spot on and I am very close if we can figure out these led's. Thanks Aaron
  5. Thank you for being so responsive. The items above are all dedicated to the AP and do not include the _led for the warn. Any idea what vars are used for the warning lights?
  6. But I cannot locate the L-vars for the warning lights in the file you sent me. Do you have an example of the Lvar for the Caution Light? I guess what I am saying is that I do not see any with the ext. _LED at the end. Are you suggesting I just read the current VAR for WARN? or is there a specific var for the LED similar to how you setup the auto-pilot.
  7. Here is a quick video showing how the LED is not working. Also, would you mind sharing any thoughts regarding accessing an Lvar for the warning lights? Thanks so much!
  8. Hans Hartmann, Thank you again for the list of Lvars. I am making great progress mapping the aircraft to hardware. I do have a couple of questions. 1. Do you see an error with the ASCRJ_FCP_ALT_LED. I noticed the LED does not light in the sim nor does it light up my hardware LED. If you check load the CRJ700 and click on the ALT you will not see the LED turn on. 2. Do you have any L-vars that are associated with the LED's of the warning lights on the glare shield? Thanks again,
  9. Has anyone out there been successful interfacing the CRJ 700/900 with Arduino? I am wondering if anyone has a list of FSUIPC offsets that work with the CRJ and or Event ID's associated with the various panel buttons? For example the 1/2 bank, does it have an event ID or FSUIPC Offset that works to activate the button? I would be interested in any mapping that has been done. I am currently mapping the auto-pilot to FSUPIC and Event ID's for Mobiflight Controller but I am stuck on a few buttons. I am willing to share my config file if anyone is interested. So far most buttons are working. Thanks in advance for any help on this.
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