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    FSBUSSTEPPER wanted.

    Hi.
    I'm Wojtek and i live in poland. I'm 17. My 737 home cockpit is working on fsbus classic and I can't find FSStepper PCB drawings, layouts and part list. On fsbus.de is documents only for fsbus NG.
    Maybe someone has it saved somewhere yet?
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    Best regards-Wojtek

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    Hi,

    Have you tried Jakub at Symulatory? http://symulatory.com/strona/
    The boards he uses are all based on FSBus...

    Cheers
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    Yes, I have, but he told me, stepper motors have individual driver. That isn't Fsbus electronic. Do you have TQ from Jakub with stepper motors? The truth is these motors have a separate electronics?
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    hi wojtek,
    take a look of our homepage. you will find some old fsbus fieles and samples.

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    Hi
    Yes! That is it! I'm making this pcb. Tommorow i would like to do a tests. Could you tell me what is the difference between a and b versions?
    Best regards Wojtek
    I am sorry for my english. Is very weak.

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    "For all motors needing more than 600mA , Type B must be used.
    The L298 chip delivers a peak current of 3A.
    The Multiwatt15 case should be mounted on a cooling surface."
    more information are in the pdf-document.

    but..... why you will build a cockpit with old version of fsbus ?

    try the new version with the new CDK or C++ version. many more capabilities.
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    Thank you. I'm using old fsbus because i started build my cockpit 5 years ago. I have over 20 boards of fsbus classic. It is enough for me. I wont to change because it is associated with further costs. I've heard from my friend the driver to the engine is not working well. Do you know anything about this?
    Best regards-Wojtek
    I am sorry for my english. Is very weak.

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