View Full Version : Welcome to new Sponsor

12-14-2010, 06:39 AM

We have great pleasure in introducing to you our new sponsor Sismo Soluciones (http://www.sismo-soluciones.com). We had a chance to interview them and find out more details about the Company and its product

You can catch their interview and pictures at http://www.mycockpit.org/forums/content.php/278-Interview-with-Sismo-Soluciones

Also they have a dedicated forum in Mycockpit.org, which can be reached at http://www.mycockpit.org/forums/forumdisplay.php/312-SISMO-SOLUCIONES

Joe Cygan
12-14-2010, 08:49 AM
Welcome to mycockpit. Great looking products!

12-14-2010, 01:01 PM
Hello everyone and many thanks to Mycockpits Team for the introduction,

My name is JuanMa and I am Sismo Soluciones technician.

I just want to encourage to the enthusiasts of the flight simulation to ask and comment whatever they want. I will be happy in giving our advices, helping to resolve your doubts and giving for you a personalized answer, and of course listening your suggestions, sharing pictures, scripts, etc..

Often, we will use the forum in order to publish manuals specially made for simmers and some other news or special offers for you like the recently published in Sismo web to celebrate the Christmas

Attentive to your comments and interests,


12-14-2010, 04:25 PM
Welcome to MyCoockpit! I have seen your range of products on your website and at the FS Weekend in 2009.

May I ask a question: most of your modules indicate clearly that they are not compatible with CP Flight hardware (MIP737). I am sure this is because they were designed with your own systems and I/O boards in mind. Would it be easy/simple for the average builder to adapt some of your products to work with the CP Flight hardware. I am looking at your PRM-ASA (http://www.sismo-soluciones.com/index.php?page=shop.product_details&flypage=flypage.tpl&product_id=43&category_id=20&option=com_virtuemart&Itemid=57&lang=en) modules. They look great but it is a pity they are not compatible with a lof of our current setups.

The quality of your products is outstanding although it is a pity that you have for example a very simple flaw in your (very expensive) overhead panels. The fuel pumps are labeled FUEL PUMBS instead of PUMPS. (See here: http://www.sismo-soluciones.com/components/com_virtuemart/shop_image/product/Fuel_Pumps_Panel_4ba61de0460e8.jpg)

12-15-2010, 06:51 AM
As you say the modules and PRMs are designed to be connected to the Simcards ETHERNET in a direct way through a flat cable.

The connection difference is that the GNDs of MIP737 card are found in different connectors for a same PRM. That does not happen with the Simcards ETHERNET and the majority of the cards of the market making easier the connections, but really it does not mean that PRMs/modules and MIP737 card are incompatible.

In fact, we made diagrams to connect our modules to the MIP737 Card in order to the request of some builders. We can not test it because we haven’t in our laboratory the MIP737 Card but nobody has mentioned any mistake with the connections.

Take a look is easy, send an e-mail to Sismo and we will attach you the diagrams and contact mapsJ

Regarding Overhead panels and comparing prices with other companies, Sismo panels are cheaper in many cases according to quality-price. The panels have a very adjusted cost in order to a special matt paint as the real one, until 4 layers paint and primmer trying to take care over the backlighting.

“PUMPS”, certainly we must change the image in the web (engraving is already solved), “PUMPS”, certainly we must change the image in the web (panel is already solved), many thanks and don't hesitate to tell any improve.

12-15-2010, 08:17 AM
Thank you for your detailed response. This is the kind of reaction that puts any supplier ahead of his rivals!

My address is capetonian AT gmail DOT com.
Would you be interested in using a MIP737 for testing purposes ?


12-16-2010, 03:51 AM
We don’t understand very well your question, but the issue is very simple, if the GNDs of the PRMs are separated, the MIP737 should work.

The grounds can be separated by means of GICs (general Interface Cards), very useful for removing welds and to make a clean work.

Andrew, connection diagram was sent to your mail :)

12-20-2010, 08:47 AM
Hello JuanMa & Sismo,

It is a pleasure to share your point of view with the simmers and count on your participation in the forum.


12-20-2010, 02:45 PM
Welcome Sismo Soluciones to MyCockpit.org... I am certain that your experience will help us all to improve our skills and knowledge.


12-21-2010, 02:28 AM
I use the Sismo overhead ...... in fact the PUMBS version! it works very well! build quality is superb ... best value for money product in the sim!
Also the support from JuanMa and the team is ecellent!