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    How many steps does the servo card do?

    Reason i ask,
    I did a side by side comparison between SIOC and Phidgets. Same servo brand and swapped just to be sure. I used the airspeed offset.

    SIOC= silky smooth servo operation, almost as good as air-core gauge.

    Phidget= More jerky motion than FSX running on a P3 PC!!


    SIOC uses 1022 steps per 180deg

    Phidget looked like 512 to me.

    Kind of disappointed but maybe i'm missing something?

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    Was wondering what the company info is for SIOC...

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    produced by Opencockpit.com

    737nut, at least you got you card working. My open cockpit servo card seems to have been a waste of money. Documentation is very hard to follow.
    hmm

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    Quote Originally Posted by Manfred View Post
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    737nut, at least you got you card working. My open cockpit servo card seems to have been a waste of money. Documentation is very hard to follow.
    I can send you my code i use to try on yours if you like.

    The servo cards have been rock solid for me. Can't say that for the other cards.
    Rob

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