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    Cool 737 parking brake light

    hi
    i have completed building my 737 tq using a leo bodnar interface
    card but i dont know if you can connect an led light ie a parking
    brake light to this card -can any one please help as i have everything
    working accept this light, also can anyone also tell me what voltage of
    light to use
    many thanks
    dave muir

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    Re: 737 parking brake light

    Hi,


    leo's cards are for inputs and cannot control an LED.
    you need phidgets LED or an opencockpits output card or similar.
    and the software to drive it.
    you can also just hook the LED to the switch and it will just turn on with the switch and not really show you that the park brake for example is really set. not a good option.

    Andy

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    Re: 737 parking brake light

    many thanks andy i will look into what you said
    cheers
    dave
    Quote Originally Posted by ANDYSMITH View Post
    Hi,


    leo's cards are for inputs and cannot control an LED.
    you need phidgets LED or an opencockpits output card or similar.
    and the software to drive it.
    you can also just hook the LED to the switch and it will just turn on with the switch and not really show you that the park brake for example is really set. not a good option.

    Andy