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    Mycockpit.org Build and interfacing analogic gauge.

    Hi everybody,

    I'ts my first post on this Forum, cuz i'm a new member since... Today. Very nice to meet U . I've registered an account on this forum because i have an project. Use flight simultor since 1995 and i was Flight simulator 5. A usually use FSX now and i want to upgrade my passion to realize an instrument.

    I have heard talk about arduino and i've bought a kit to start to built the instrument. After that i don't know where do I go. How to make my instrument connect with FSX for example. What i have to do to program it for the instrument receive informations of flight simulator and work with him ?

    It's a bigger project, i'm a novice but very passionate.

    If U can help me to realize it. Thank U

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    Re: Build and interfacing analogic gauge.

    Welcome,

    I use FSUIPC, this is the connection between FSX and your Arduino.
    Read more about FSUIPC at: FSUIPC Support Pete Dowson Modules - The simFlight Network Forums
    You will find a good manual at the software download page..
    Good luck

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    Re: Build and interfacing analogic gauge.

    Hi Jan,

    ok ! Thank you I'm going to learn more about FSUIPC. I have a registered version for FSX.

    Thanks

    Jimmy

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    Re: Build and interfacing analogic gauge.

    Welcome to the forum, i know many members are quite experienced in Arduino cards so you will have plenty of assistance there.
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    Re: Build and interfacing analogic gauge.

    hi I have just finished programming an arduino with 20 or so switches landing gear etc I used jims links2fsmulti you can find Jim's stuff on his page JIMSPAGE.CO.NZ

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    Re: Build and interfacing analogic gauge.

    Szell Georg's post is clearly spam. His signature is a link to an online shop unrelated to cockpit building, and his whole post, being his only post, is an advertisement for boat parts.

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