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Please let me know how to fix it!

Postby epum1997 » Mon Aug 20, 2018 5:24

firmware version is 1.85b
Gladiator mk2 issues x-axis and y axis...

The red line and the black line continue to shake.
If I move X-AXIS and Y-AXIS, there will be empty spaces in the line.

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Re: Please let me know how to fix it!

Postby Victorus » Mon Aug 20, 2018 9:31

http://forum.vkb-sim.pro/viewtopic.php?f=25&t=2762
Please show screenshots of axes tabs.

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Re: Please let me know how to fix it!

Postby epum1997 » Mon Aug 20, 2018 12:48

Is there a problem here?

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Re: Please let me know how to fix it!

Postby Victorus » Mon Aug 20, 2018 15:13

No problem found( Our parameter sets seem to be identically.
About joytester picture. You move grip or it shakes by itself? Or problem consists in empty spaces? How Gladiator works in games? Have you this issue earlier?

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Re: Please let me know how to fix it!

Postby epum1997 » Mon Aug 20, 2018 17:03

I did not touch anything but the red lines are shaking.
And then when I pull or push the x-axie and the y-axie, sometimes that empty space is created.

Inside the game, x-axie and y-axie shake just like the lines of a joytester picture.

This happened right away when I first bought it.

I want to know why this tremble and empty space are created.

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Re: Please let me know how to fix it!

Postby Victorus » Mon Aug 20, 2018 17:45

epum1997 wrote:I did not touch anything but the red lines are shaking.
And then when I pull or push the x-axie and the y-axie, sometimes that empty space is created.
Inside the game, x-axie and y-axie shake just like the lines of a joytester picture.
This happened right away when I first bought it.
I want to know why this tremble and empty space are created.

I do not understand.
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You did not touch anything but the red line is shaking (y axis) (I). Then shakes end but X axis begins to shake (II).
If the grip is idle what axes responses are? Is there response with idle grip?
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Re: Please let me know how to fix it!

Postby redribbon » Mon Aug 20, 2018 18:57

At first i had problem on x axis and few days later on both axis.....i found out problem was bad connection on one of the connectors.
Check your wires and connectors inside gimbal base.

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Re: Please let me know how to fix it!

Postby Drano » Tue Aug 21, 2018 1:46

I don't think the gaps you're seeing in the lines in joytester are an indication of anything. It's probably just a drawing issue. Mine does that too. I have no corresponding issues in game that would indicate a problem.

But just so I'm clear on what I'm seeing in your screen shot. Are you saying you aren't touching the stick at all and it starts to shake in one axis and then switches by itself to the other axis on its own like that? I tried to replicate that pattern and thought I was going to flip the stick off it's mount! If you're actually moving it yourself there's no need to wiggle so fast. That said these sticks are hyper sensitive to your movements. Just because you're intending to only move it in one axis it's not realistic to expect no movement in the other.

If there was an actual connectivity issue the graph wouldn't look like that. It would show a spike in one direction or the other, usually at a fairly consistent point in the travel. As we've seen here usually is a loose wire or connector in the base. Your screens don't look to me like that at all. Of course if your stick is doing that jerky movement on its own I gotta tell you I got nothin for that! Clearly it's possessed!
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