MCG Pro Roll Axis Jumping

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Re: MCG Pro Roll Axis Jumping

Postby Victorus » Wed Feb 07, 2018 9:39

Seems to be identically to my settings(((
Try to exchange wiring of X and Y sensors. What axis will spike. If any.

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Re: MCG Pro Roll Axis Jumping

Postby AeroGator » Wed Feb 07, 2018 9:40

YAGA wrote:Any other basic information I've missed?

Sure.
To begin with, you only showed one axis graphics. Yes we can see those vicious spikes. What we don't see is whether there are similar spikes on another axis/axes. You might say that you don't feel any irregularity, hence you decided it'd be unnecessary to show the graphics. However it is wrong, and there can be a lot of information that humans cannot sense but that can tell a lot to the engineer.

Now (after doing what is described in the above paragraph):
1 - Dis- and reconnect the cables a few times, making sure you reconnect the contacts gently and accurately but quite firmly. The spikes might indicate a momentary loss of contact. Playing with the contacts helps to readjust them if they are a bit wry.
2 - If (for now - only "if"!) it doesn't help, get the newest FW - we recently update it quite often, so double check you're getting the newest one. After re-flashing the device, default it and calibrate. Do nothing else. Once again: re-flash, default, calibrate, do no more tuning.
3 - Re-check the spikes on both axes.
4 - If you bought your device at VKB USA - register there and get a support ticket. If you bought elsewhere, tell us where, we'll redirect you.
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Re: MCG Pro Roll Axis Jumping

Postby YAGA » Wed Feb 07, 2018 11:50

AeroGator wrote:
YAGA wrote:Any other basic information I've missed?

Sure.
To begin with, you only showed one axis graphics. Yes we can see those vicious spikes. What we don't see is whether there are similar spikes on another axis/axes. You might say that you don't feel any irregularity, hence you decided it'd be unnecessary to show the graphics. However it is wrong, and there can be a lot of information that humans cannot sense but that can tell a lot to the engineer.


Lol. Okay, well I am human, so if you need information or screenshots showing certain things, ask.

I am on both the newest VKBdevcfg, and the newest FW unless I've done something wrong. As previously stated. I also followed your recommendation earlier and reseated all connections several times.

Spikes are only present on X axis, but I will post screenshots of all axes.

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Re: MCG Pro Roll Axis Jumping

Postby YAGA » Wed Feb 07, 2018 23:51

Retightened cams and cleaned off a sheen of black lubricant that seems to develop where the roller meets the cam. Something I did fixed the issue.

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Re: MCG Pro Roll Axis Jumping

Postby AeroGator » Thu Feb 08, 2018 6:12

YAGA wrote:fixed the issue.
I believe you moved the cable while playing with the cams and bearings. Spikes were surely not of mechanical origin.
Anyway, keep me updated.
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