03-08-2008, 02:29 PM #1
Anyone using the Fight Illusion Interface Card
Good day Captains,
Just checking around to see if anyone is using the new Flight Illusuion GSA-10 I/O Interface card and its software for switches and LED's and such. I have there STBY gauges and they work flawlessly. Please if any insite in the matter I would like to here your comments or concerns about the board and how the software interfaces with FS9 or FSX.
Here is the link to the product:
Controls 48 digital Inputs, 32+2 LED's, and up to 8 analogue inputs to connect potentiometers.
03-09-2008, 12:12 AM #2
Well, I would be using it, except it hasn't been delivered yet. I ordered it in July I think (It's been a long time). I'm still waiting.
I have no doubt that it will be a good card. I have 5 of their analog instruments that I'm modifying to work in my Lear pit. They all work great in testing. The software and interface card for them is great too.
Too bad there's such a long wait for their stuff.
03-09-2008, 12:33 AM #3
You ordered it in July??? Was it a pre-order before production began?
Not knowing the circumstances I won't say much about that, but I don't wait eight months for anything.Boeing Skunk Works
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03-09-2008, 12:48 AM #4
That is odd that you are waiting so long for it. I got my complete overhead gauges from them within 6 weeks. I hope that you get your stuff from them soon. It is really odd that it is taking so long.James Twomey
03-09-2008, 07:58 AM #5
Wow, July?!?!? I just ordered mine a couple of days ago. I spoke with Mark at Flight Illusions and he ensured me they were in stock and getting ready to ship. I wish I would have posted sooner I could have asked him about yours. I own 3 of their standby gauges, ordered them direct from aviationmegastore.com and received them 4 days later!!! (F.Y.I. They buy in bulk and have in stock, so no waiting). I am running a Lear 45 setup but for those of you with the big boy’s toys Aviationmegastore.com has all the overhead gauges and GSA-55 in stock. Well hope you recieve your I/O card soon. I will post back once I receive mine and have begun setting it up.
03-12-2008, 04:04 AM #6
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If it's true taht we announced the I/O card last year and already started to sell it, we delivered already from October onwards.
So there must have been a mishap concenrning the delivery of an order that was made in July last year.
Could the person in question please send me the order details or a name, so I can trace back what happened. We can then deliver in about 3 weeks, when the next batch is arriving.
By then, the new manual will be ready as well.
happy flying and building
Simbuff (for Flight illusion)
03-13-2008, 04:39 PM #7
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- Feb 2007
I have such card and 5 gauges, very very great work, these gauges are wonderfull. The chrono is superb !
The I/O card is a little hard to use, there is no software documentation, so I must say that trying out each possibility for a single function takes time. If I use a press button for battery switch, it can turn on or off, but it doesn't function in on/off mode like a Goflight button. The number of implemented functions is poor, and FSUIPC does'nt detect the buttons or switches actions. So, i'd like to drive some Project magenta functions for PM Systems or my PMRJ software, but actualy I have no way to do this.
If anybody has more luck, let me know !
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