Files posted by Jonathan Butler
I wanted to program some light functions on my alpha so I figured I would share.
Master ALT turns on flood lights. Up is fully bright and down position is off
Master Batt turns on wing lights
Bus 1 turns on left runway turnoff light
Bus 2 turns on right runway turnoff light
BCN turns on red anti collison light
Landing turns on both landing lights
Taxi turns on nose gear light and taxi light (the 4 lights on the nose gear.
Nav turns on position and logo lights
strobe turns on white anti collision light
I did not do anything with the rotary ignition switch
As much as I could do for a profile for the Inibuilds a310 I will work on it more to get certain things better.
Lights like Starter apu door parking brake fuel pressure oil pressure hyd pressure engine fire master warning and caution all work
Both knobs work and do what they are intended for except CRS.
Heading does heading mode and lights up when in heading mode
Nav does Nav mode and lights up when activated
Apr button activates land and lights up when activated
Rev activates Profile mode and lights up
Alt activates altitude hold
VS activates VS and lights up when active
IAS activates LVL/CH and lights up when active
Auto pilot activates ap1 and lights up when active
Flaps are open for your personal choice
on throttle 3 and 4 (what I like using) if you have the commercial levers the reversers work properly and turn off when you place them back in normal position.
Pull throttle number 3 (engine one) past detent all the way down it shuts down engine. Put back to idle its in start postion
Same with lever 4 (engine two)
little red button on commercial throttle 1 activates toga for takeoff either flex or toga
Landing gear lights work as they should.
Not sure if I forgot anything
Let me know what you think and I hope this helps since I haven't come across an a310 inibuild profile on here.
I wanted to create my own profile for the Toliss A321 so here it is. It is a bit different than the one that is already up here.
Alt, heading, Vs and IAS knob are what they control and obviously the adjustment knob changes up or down.
Heading button pulls the heading knob out for manual heading hold
Nav button pushes heading button for managed or follow your flight plan
apr button activates approach mode
Rev button activates loc
push altitude button it pulls the altitude knob for manual input. To put back in managed mode you still need to use the mouse on the planes alt knob
altitude lights up when in managed mode not manual mode.
push the VS button and it will pull the VS knob to activate VS (I haven't done the light for this button yet)
Push the IAS button and it will take the plane out of managed speed mode for your speed setting. The IAS light comes on when the plane is in managed speed mode.
Auto pilot button activates AP1 and lights up when active
Parking brake light comes on with parking brake
starter light comes on if either of the engines or apu starter is engaged
door light comes on and stays on until the doors are completely shut
I haven't done anti ice yet
I havent done low volts yet
Apu light comes on when apu is available
low fuel pressure comes on if any of the pumps are off or if there is a fault in the pumps
Aux fuel pump I haven't done yet
Low oil pressure comes on as soon as the engine oil pressure has dropped below engine 1 or 2 normal idle oil pressure
hyd pressure light comes on if it drops below normal operating range in all hyd systems
engine fire comes on if either engine is on fire
I did not do vacuum yet
master warning and caution come on when there is a warning or caution.
I left the flap switch to be used for your desire. I wanted to use the flap switch for flaps instead of the lever
If you put throttle 3 and 4 down past the idle position it kills the engine switch and when you put the lever back to idle it turns it on 3 does engine 1 and 4 does engine 2
Both reversers are programed if you have the commercial levers
I am sure I am forgetting something but let me know what yall think. Its my first submission of a profile. Hope you enjoy and feel free to give feedback.