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Thread: Which system???

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    Which system???

    Hi
    I am in the process of building a Hercules simulator and am thinking that the SIOC system will probably be the best. I use FSX and am wondering can the sioc system be used with any aircraft, as it seems that the 76* stable is the preferred one. I also run on a private multiplayer server. Does anyone have experience of running with the sioc system and other aircraft.

    SyStem
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    FSUIPC
    FSwide for other screens


    Thanks

    Aidy

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    Re: Which system???

    SIOC has no dependence on any aircraft. It is a script programming language that controls your Opencockpits I/O cards to drive switches, leds, dc motors, servos etc. It does this by using FSUIPC as an interface between your Flightsim and the hardware. Except where people have written bespoke driver routines and/or used a manufacturers SDK, eg PMDGX or Level D etc, it is entirely aircraft independent.

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    Re: Which system???

    Thanks.
    Looks like the one for me then.

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    Re: Which system???

    If you need more info then just ask

    David