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    ACP Panel Potentiometers and SIOC Creator

    Hi guys,
    I am a little puzzled over the pots used on this panel. When i look at SIOC Creator
    and click the pots the config boxes show and Output,Input and where the axis is connected.
    Does this switch have a led associated with it and what is the purpose of the switch.
    Also i dont quite understand what these definitions in the Pull down menu for Joystick mean.
    I am trying to see what i can use for all the Analogue pots in this panel. Was thinking of some
    interfaces like Bodnar boards.
    Appreciate any comments.
    Regards
    Les

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    Re: ACP Panel Potentiometers and SIOC Creator

    Quote Originally Posted by iwik View Post
    Hi guys,
    I am a little puzzled over the pots used on this panel. When i look at SIOC Creator
    and click the pots the config boxes show and Output,Input and where the axis is connected.
    Does this switch have a led associated with it and what is the purpose of the switch.
    Also i dont quite understand what these definitions in the Pull down menu for Joystick mean.
    I am trying to see what i can use for all the Analogue pots in this panel. Was thinking of some
    interfaces like Bodnar boards.
    Appreciate any comments.
    Regards
    Les
    I use these potentiometers: http://https: //www.pollin.de/p/auto...32t01ta-240615 with Leo Bodnar BUO836A cards. However, I only show 8 of the 15 potis. I have modified the potis and switch the button lighting with an additional button which is mounted on the back of the potis. But I am not completely satisfied because it does not work optimally.
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    Re: ACP Panel Potentiometers and SIOC Creator

    Flykarli,
    Nice job and thanks for the detail.
    Les