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    Quote Originally Posted by simbau View Post
    Thank you.

    I try to put the value to 500 ohm. I will make to know you!

    Simone
    I have verified with the resistor from 500ohm, but I have not obtained good I turn out to you.
    The software SWC the behave myself optimally, but for the values of the key enter and of key + he does not succeed to pick up marks them, because the values to are too much similar.
    It tares the values optimally for the key enter and volume “+” wraps it of the values is too much near from 100 90.

    How I can resolve this my problem?

    Simone

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    Each time you change resistors you should calibrate the joystick in control panel. See if that helps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Curiosity View Post
    Each time you change resistors you should calibrate the joystick in control panel. See if that helps.
    Sure!
    I have always carried out the setting of the joystick on the panel of the control. I have always calibrated the joystick with the control panel, every time that I carried out the change of resistance.
    I use joystick 2 axes and 2 buttons, I bore the keys of the sterring wheel command, and the joystick turns out centers them!

    Software SWC reads to equal values for the key Volume + and that one of the key enter, is too much similar!
    SWC reads the remaining values of keys correctly

    Help!
    Simone

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    What numbers do you see for each button and with no button? Maybe that can help me figure out what's going on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Curiosity View Post
    What numbers do you see for each button and with no button? Maybe that can help me figure out what's going on.

    The values of the resistances of mine steering wheel command are:
    “ENTER”, “+” and “-” switch resistance
    All switches released (OFF): 4700 - 5600 kΩ I read 5,17k
    A) “ENTER” switch (1) pushing on (ON): 50 - 60 Ω I read 0,06K
    B) “+” switch (2) pushing on (ON): 120 - 140 Ω I read 0,13K
    “-” switch (3) pushing on (ON): 220 - 260 Ω I read 0,24K

    “MODE”, and switch resistance
    All switches released (OFF): 4700 - 5600 kΩ I read 5,17K
    C) “MODE” switch (4) pushing on (ON): 370 - 460 Ω I read 0,42K
    D) witch (5) pushing on (ON): 680 - 820 Ω I read 0,7K
    switch (6) pushing on (ON): 1400 - 1700 Ω I read 1,57K

    SWC reads the values of enter and those of volume + or - too much near.

    THANK YOU

    SIMONE

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    Are you using babblefish? That thing is goofy.
    What values do you get for each button in SWC?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Curiosity View Post
    Are you using babblefish? That thing is goofy.
    What values do you get for each button in SWC?
    Excuse for my English! I use the translator of google!

    Swc reads the following values: with resistor of 500ohm

    key ENTER: 100 - 100;
    Key +: 100 - 96..98;
    key -: 96 - 92;
    key mode: 86;
    key > 72;
    key > 60;
    I have problems to shape key + and the key enter, the key - he does not create problems!

    Thanks for your patience… I am in difficulty also with the language!

    Simone

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    Yoda-like are translators. Suck they do.

    So the connection to the steering wheel is like this right?

    +5V ---<500ohm>---- Steering wheel wire 1
    Joy X ---Steering wheel wire 1
    Steering wheel wire 2 ---<500ohm>---Gnd

    I'm having trouble with math today. Between 50 ohms and 120 ohms should be enough of a difference. Anyone else that can help?

    Edit: I think a 100 ohm will work better:
    +5V ---<500ohm>---- Steering wheel wire 1
    Joy X ---Steering wheel wire 1
    Steering wheel wire 2 ---<100ohm>---Gnd

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    I use this system:
    pin 1 --+----------+
    ........ Z..............|
    . . . . . Z 500 ohm ==== swc
    ........ Z..............|
    pin 3 --+----------+


    pin 6 --+
    ......... Z
    ........ Z 500 ohm
    ..........Z
    pin 8 --+

    I try with resistor from 100 ohm
    Thank you
    Simone

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    That may be very noisy because it is not grounded. Try this.

    pin 1 --<500>---+---SWC1
    pin 3 -----------/

    pin 4 --<100>--------SWC2

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