Simucube 1 and iRacing 360 Hz FFB

I did some development way back in March for this, but run into an issue where firmware didn’t play all samples.

Now when I re-did the exact same test, it works just fine.

Interesting.

ffb sample usec msec
0.000000 0 1001 54294
0.000000 0 2310 54296
0.000000 1 3650 54297
0.000000 1 4952 54298
0.000000 2 6251 54300
0.000000 2 7552 54301
0.000000 3 8851 54302
0.000000 3 10151 54304
0.000000 4 11502 54305
0.000000 4 12852 54306
0.000000 5 14202 54308
0.000000 5 15555 54309
0.000000 5 16904 54310
0.000000 0 1253 54312
0.000000 0 2554 54313
0.000000 1 3854 54314
0.000000 1 5154 54316
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Please, that will be really nice, to use the SC1 for iRacing with 360Hz.
I love it very much and will see, how long i can keep it. Buyed 2016…

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And recon v2… Is it possible in our sc1? :wink:

Recon V2 does some heavy computations. It is unlikely to work on Simucube 1.

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Will you try to implement it?

Unlikely, not at least in near term. The IONI servo drive internal stuff is not so familiar to me.

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Hey Mika
Is this something you might release if it’s working?
Would be nice to see if there’s much of a difference in feeling on the trusty old Biss-C/Small MiGe.
Thanks for your continued tinkering :smiling_face:

Yes, I’m looking into few bug fixes also.

But lets see if we can solve the 360 Hz FFB disappearing issue for Simucube 2 first. Definitively would not like to get any more support workload from Simucube 1.

Didn’t know you guys were having issues on the SC2 side - best of luck resolving them soon then of course happy for anything that trickles down for the SC1.
Appreciate the reply, hope you are enjoying summertime.