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    Hello from Argentina

    Hello I´m from Argentina, lover of flight simulators since Flight Simulator 3, newbbie on cockpit building, electronic and computer technician.
    I want to start building a cessna cockpit, make and share all the instructions, plans, software for anyone who want to make your own cockpit as open hardware and open source.

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    Re: Hello from Argentina

    jetraid:
    Hello from Argentina too (Rio Cuarto, Cordoba). Where are you?
    I´m building a Cessna 182RG with analog instruments, driven by opencockpits cards.Do you build your own electronic interfaces, or planning to use opencockpits, arduino u others?
    Keep in touch (With PM for spanish).
    Regards.
    Horacio.

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    Re: Hello from Argentina

    Good afternoon, JETRAID and hyamesto I'm build a cabin of the air plane Beechcraft Super King 350, and initially had thought of using opencockpit, but the ease of ARDUINO is amazing, for my part I can save many hours of research I already I carry in my case, I welcome your comments. HORNOS27

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    Buenas tardes, jetraid y hyamesto yo estoy fabricando una cabina del avion BEECH CRAFT super king 350, y en un principio habia pensado en utilizar opencockpit, pero la facilidad de ARDUINO es asombrosa, por mi parte les puedo ahorrar muchas horas de investigacion que yo ya llevo en el asunto, espero sus comentarios.
    HORNOS27

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    Re: Hello from Argentina

    Hornos27:

    Sorry for delay in answer.
    You are using arduino with FS or X-plane, and what software interface (Lua Scripts, Mobiflight, link2fs for FS of Ardsim for X-Plane).
    There is a new interface Arduino 2 Sioc from Peter Jongen, looks very interesting. I will make test as soon be possible.
    Keep in touch.
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    Horacio.

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    Perdón por demorar la respuesta.
    Estás utilizando Arduino con FS o X-plane, y qué interfaz de software (scripts Lua, Mobiflight, link2fs para FS o Ardsim para X-Plane).
    Hay una nueva interfaz de Arduino 2 sioc de Peter Jongen, se ve muy interesante. Voy a hacer la prueba tan pronto sea posible.
    Mantengamonos en contacto.
    Saludos.
    Horacio.

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    Re: Hello from Argentina

    JETRAID: and hyamesto
    Good afternoon, I use Lua Scripts, Mobi Flight, link2fs for FSX, is that Argentina is a little complicated the attainment of imported parts, so we will be resourceful with what we have, Arduino and previous software is a great choice for this inconvenience, so let's begin to exchange information and together we finish our projects.
    HORNOS27


    Jetraid: and hyamesto
    Buenas tardes, utilizo Lua Scripts, Mobiflight, link2fs for FSX, se que en Argentina es un poquito complicado la consecusion de partes importadas, asi que seremos recursivos con lo que tenemos, Arduino y los sofware anteriores es una magnifica opcion para este inconveniente, asi que empecemos a intercambiar informacion y juntos terminaremos nuestro proyectos.
    HORNOS27

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    Re: Hello from Argentina

    Hornos27.


    Well, you know about the situation about political affairs in my country.
    Now is changing, and some imported parts begin to be more accessible, like Arduino and shields.
    There is no explanation why a single MAX7219 chip is more expensive than a shield with a 8x8 led matrix and PCB, including the MAX chip too.
    I am using Opencockpits Cards (many types), but i found a new software to work with Opencockpits and Arduino, both connected by SIOC, called Arduino2SIOC, and FSIO Board, a replacement for the Mastercard, USBExpansion and DisplayII Cards, all in one board only.
    Take a look in:
    https://phpjj.wordpress.com/
    I don´t like Link2Fs (cannot find a way to make run my Turn Coordinator ball Instrument)
    Mobiflight (Nice, but some things like LCD are missing)
    And Lua Scripts is like understand chinese language for me.
    Short of time now, but in some days, i will begin test with Arduino2SIOC.
    I'm very accustomed using SIOC, and i think this is the best method for complicated calculus.
    No need to change inside Arduino scripts. All data are sent ready to arduino.
    Keep in touch.
    Regards.
    Horacio.

    P.D.: JETRAID ? Are you here?
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    Hornos27.


    Bueno, sabés sobre la situación política en mi país.
    Ahora está cambiando, y algunas piezas importadas comienzan a ser más accesibles, como Arduino y sus shields.
    No hay explicación de por qué un solo chip MAX7219 es más caro que un shield Matriz Led 8x8 armado con PCB, incluyendo el chip MAX también.
    Estoy utilizando Opencockpits Tarjetas (muchos tipos), pero he encontrado un nuevo software para trabajar con Opencockpits y Arduino, ambos conectados por SIOC, llamados Arduino2SIOC, y la una placa llamada FSIO, un sustituto de la Mastercard, USBExpansion y DisplayII , todo en una placa solamente.
    Puede verlas en:
    https://phpjj.wordpress.com/

    No me gusta Link2Fs (no puede encontrar una manera de hacer funcionar la bolita de mi Coordinador de Giro)
    Mobiflight (Lindo, pero faltan algunas cosas como LCD)
    Y scripts Lua es como entender el lenguaje chino para mí.
    Estoy corto de tiempo, pero en algunos días, voy a comenzar pruebas con Arduino2SIOC.
    Estoy muy acostumbrado utilizando SIOC, y creo que este es el mejor método para cálculos complicado.
    No son necesarios largos scripts en las secuencias de comandos de Arduino. Se envian los datos ya listos desde SIOC.
    Estamos en contacto.


    Saludos.
    Horacio.

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