737 MTU PMDG/Mobiflight/MSFS Programming
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Welcome to this guide. I wanted to build the MTUv5 as realistic as possible. Unfortunately, prosim is required. After many hours I finally managed to get to a descent system. It isn’t perfect but it is always a fight between realism and complexity. I hope you can get your MTU working just like mine! I divided this guide in steps going system by system (engines, parking brake, …). 1 Arduino mega is used for the whole MTU. So, in each wiring diagram the Arduino mega and power supply is always the same. After that signals go to Arduino nanos running code (included in this guide). The Arduino nanos then signal the stepper motor drivers. I recommend going step by step and testing in msfs before going to the next step. Make sure to watch each element of the links provided closely because sometimes the required changes are a bit hard to spot.
Created by: Bjarne Bracke
Special Mention: ShakaZ/Secoendo
You are going to need the following items to complete this build:
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