You can not have the checkbox enabled and run FanaLab. It's conflicting as having the checkbox enabled means the leds will be running in native mode all the time no matter what yoh have setup in FanaLab. You have to disable the in game led checkbox and then adjust the leds in FanaLab for every car.
Ok thanks. I think I saw your car setups posted. I’ll try those. I have to make specific adjustments for force feedback though since I have DD1 and you have DD2 right?
Ok I got it fixed. I had some things in Fanalab disabled for LEDs. I do notice that the LEDs seem to be lagging behind the in game wheel LEDs, do you know what settings I need in order to match those up?
You have to adjust the Rpm percentage to match the specific car you are driving to get the leds synced to the in game ones. Yes, this will take you hours, days or weeks to do that for every car but it's worth it ^^
Oh god. Back to configuring instead of driving haha. I saw that you had setups saved, didn’t you? Thanks for posting those. I want to try yours for sure. Every time I hop in and switch things around, I have a habit of making things worse than default lol.
when you did it, did you set iRacing to windowed mode so that you could see fanalab and iRacing at the same time? I only have 1 ultrawide monitor, so I don’t have a separate monitor for fanalab, telemetry, etc
Good morning, every time I save it, it closes and does not save the profile or configuration.
Honest question (and kind of a stealth complain): why this is not needed for something like SimHub or Fanaled? Isn't Fanalab using the same shared memory map that they are?
You also have to adjust the leds in Fanaleds for every car to get the leds matching 100% with the in game ones. However, it's a bit more convenient in Fanaleds because you can enter the Rpm values directly instead of the percentage value in FanaLab which makes it hard to find the correct value...
hmm I see. So would it work if in Fanalab we were able to set the max RPM for each car? Then no % needed as we would just need to add the 'raw' numbers?
It’s considered to add a switch to choose between % and raw RPM values in the future, but probably not anytime soon.
alright. Thanks for the answers.
No! This wouldn't work.
Have a look here and you will see why only setting MAX RPM will not automatically give correct LED values:
And even in SimHub you have to set the correct values for each car.
Thanks so much for this. How do we go about converting that into a percentage? For instance on on 1st gear on the Aston Martin (1st on the list). Would we just set the 1st LED for 6100/7000 = 87.14% and repeat for each LED for each car?
I have made car profiles with 100% matching leds for every car in ACC and first led of the AMR V8 is 85,5% so your calculation is not working, it's trial and error to find the correct value.
Hmmm ok thanks. Did you make care profiles with 100% matching for iRacing?
Only for some cars which I actually drive regularly (20 or so).
Would you be willing to share a link or spreadsheet or anything that you may have? I'd really appreciate it
Oh my profiles are floating around the web since Fanalab was first released already :D
Formula is: RPM[LED_Value] / RPM[MAX] * 100
in the example given: 6200 / 7250 * 100 = 85.5172
I'm still using version 1.12 with beta driver 346 on the basis that the DRI settings are broken for my wheel, a CS 2.5, which is a pretty major issue.
However - I now have a problem where if I run Fanalabs with iRacing my brake rumble no longer works. It was working fine until recently.
I use a setting of 75 for ABS and then the vibration lets me know I'm about at the limit of braking my normal GTE car. I've had to turn Fanalabs off which is a shame but seems a strange error.
Thanks Ensi. Any chance you made a chart for iRacing?
The ABS setting of the tuning menu will be disabled when FanaLab is running because they can not run together at the same time as FanaLab overwrites the abs setting.
It's not that though as it's also 75 in Fanalabs - same setting.
I'm pretty sure it's some sort of problem with Fanalabs and iRacing running in windowed mode instead of full screen as that's the only change I've made
Doesn't matter if you set the abs value in FanaLab or the in wheel tuning menu. It's not working when FanaLab is running. At least not the abs setting you can set in the tuning menu tab in iRacing. And the abs vibration feature which you can enable on the vibration tab has no function in iRacing because iRacing actively blocks those kind of telemetry data. So no matter what abs setting you adjusted (vibration tab or tuning menu tab), both are not supposed to be working in iRacing. Only the tuning menu abs value CAN work if FanaLab isn't running because that's a fake abs value and no real telemetry based data.
You can do it by yourself. Do a private test session with your desired car. Jump in the cockpit, SLOWLY depress the accelerator and note the RPMs when the LEDs light up.
Simple, isn't it?
Where I could find 1.24, I'm interested in the other wheel.
I can re-quote myself. "It's included in the software package for the BME."