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    Martzis Input board

    Has anybody seen this or even better, has anybody tried this ?

    http://www.ebay.com/itm/New-Martzis-...item258686a9b1

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    With 64 digital inputs, 4 encoder and 4 analog inputs for 30 dollars this could be a find.


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    Re: Martzis Input board

    Ok, I've bought one, will report back.
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    Re: Martzis Input board

    Hello
    I am new to the forum.
    I am researching building a simple rudder system for Rise of Flight WW1 sim and looking at using a card as opposed to gutting a joystick.

    I like the Leobodnar BU0836A but with s&h its more than I want to spend as I can get a joystick for around $20

    I am interested in what you think about this board. I am running Win 8.1 though and the ebay ad shows Linux

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    Re: Martzis Input board

    Since no one seemed to be interested I haven't tested the board yet because of serious issues with my flight sim pc.
    I wouldn't test the analog inputs (which you would need) anyway because I don't use them.
    The board can be used in Linux as a CNC interface for example but under windows it is recognized as a normal HID board (shows up as 2 joysticks) so I'd say try it!
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