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Steering problem t300rs

Discussion in 'Electronic and hardware generally' started by Andrea 1968, Mar 21, 2021.

  1. Andrea 1968

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    hi, arduino configuration with smc3, everything worked fine with the logitech gt steering wheel, changed steering wheel with thrusmaster t300 rs and everything seems to conflict as soon as you start the game everything crashes both with rfactor2 and with Assetto corsa. can someone give me some suggestions
    my feeling is that there is interference with the engines because if I disconnect the engines the steering wheel works perfectly
    or if I use the keyboard the sim moves perfectly
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    I solved it, during the replacement of the steering wheel a wire that connected the mass of the power supplies to the structure had come off and consequently as soon as the motors started, the sparkling of the brushes probably caused interference that affected the MM and consequently on the Arduino and on the USB sending the steering wheel on tilt.
    thanks for the links provided, the topics were interesting and useful for improving the system.