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  1. Version 1.0.0

    15 downloads

    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., s
  2. Version 1.0.0

    12 downloads

    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., s
  3. Version 1.0.0

    16 downloads

    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
  4. Version 1.0.0

    59 downloads

    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
  5. Version 1.0.0

    11 downloads

    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
  6. Version 1.0.0

    28 downloads

    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
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