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    Lightbulb I/O Interfaces

    Hi,

    if anyone interested and help needed at the use of I/O Cards/ Interfaces e.g. Arcaze, dont hesitate to post

    I use four I/O Cards, and two of them are Arcaze. Rockerswitches, Toggles, LEDs.

    Regards, Max

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    Re: I/O Interfaces

    Hello Max,
    I am also using some Arcaze-USB-Interfaces. Is is very easy to configure Inputs from buttons, switches aso, but difficult (in my eyes) is to build an FSX-syncronized output.

    As I read in the Arcaze-forum, it should be possible to connect the Arcaze Interface with fsuipc (offsets) to control LED's.
    But I couldn't find the description how to do that. Can you tell me which software - resp. ideally with examples - is necessary

    It would be fine to hear from you, thanks in advance!
    Best regards
    Gunter

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    Re: I/O Interfaces

    Hi Gunter,

    so i sent you a message via mycockpit.org. denke die informationen funktionieren auch in deutscher sprache on PM beste gre, servus.

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    Re: I/O Interfaces

    Morgen gibt es einen Download-link mit dem Arcaze-Script (PM) Gru