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    liam mockler
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    Annonciators

    Just wondering if it is possible to hook up some annunciators using PM.
    "Speed Brake extended, LE flaps extended, Antiskid Inop, Autobrake Disarm,
    Speed Brake Armed, Speed Brake Do not arm" are the annonciators that i can't
    find any codes for Project Majenta.

    Also wondering if it's possible to hook up the 3 buttons A/P P/RST, A/T P/RST
    and FMC P/RST buttons.

    I am buiding the sig MIP from flight deck solutions. Any help would be
    greatly appreciated.


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    Kester Meijer
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    Annonciators

    For this purpose I will use the MIP737 interface board of CP Flight. You do
    need the CP Flight MCP to daisy-chain the MIP board.
    http://www.cpflight.com/sito/dettagli/mip.asp

    I have not yet found any way to do it direct from Phidgets, but the MIP board
    solved that for me. With this it is plug and play, no offset programming
    required as it ties into PM directly.

    Kester Meijer
    http://www.ifsbi.org - for cockpit builders information
    http://fly.ekezz.com - to see my cockpit construction


  3. #3
    Enrico Schiratti
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    Re: Annonciators

    Note... 407 (and later ones) is the build you want for the MIP... it is now

    on www.projectmagenta.com/latest.html

    Ciao

    Enrico

    "Kester Meijer" wrote in message
    news:408385.81494@wb.onvix.com...
    > For this purpose I will use the MIP737 interface board of CP Flight. You
    > do
    > need the CP Flight MCP to daisy-chain the MIP board.
    > http://www.cpflight.com/sito/dettagli/mip.asp
    >
    > I have not yet found any way to do it direct from Phidgets, but the MIP
    > board
    > solved that for me. With this it is plug and play, no offset programming
    > required as it ties into PM directly.
    >
    > Kester Meijer
    > http://www.ifsbi.org - for cockpit builders information
    > http://fly.ekezz.com - to see my cockpit construction
    >



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    Looking for a solution without the MIP737 board from CP

    Hi Folks,
    is there a way to interface those buttons without the the MIP737 board from CP?

    Thanks for your answer!

    Best regards,
    Ruediger

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    Well you will need some sort of interface. Do you have one?
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    I use IO Cards from Opencockpits. I'm very familiar with interfacing. The problem is that I can not find the offsets in PM. I have PM GS, MCP, CDU and PMSystems.

    Would be great to get help from you.

    Best Regards,
    Ruediger

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    Check pm-systems:

    Build 97

    - small changes to menu system
    - MasterLightTest can be used for DO and LE outputs, adding 'NLT' will disable it for any given output

    Hans

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