01-31-2005, 07:15 PM #1janpedersenGuest
I´m new to Phidgets, and before I go out and buy my panel hardware, can someone tell me if I have got this right:
All the annunciators and lights in the cockpit, can they be assigned in FS2Phidget, or only if there is a FSUIPC-offset for it? Or is this wishful thinking?
And again, when to assign to a digital output, and to the LED64 board?
01-31-2005, 07:20 PM #2phidgetsGuest
Yes, this is right. Your lights and switches are completely custimizable in FS2Phidgets as long as the offsets are available in FSUIPC.
You may want to buy a Phidget or two first to play with and test the software to get a feel for it. But you have the general concept correct
01-31-2005, 08:03 PM #3alandyerGuest
Currently all non-Microsoft developed software in the world that interacts with Microsoft Flight Simulator goes through FSUIPC - unless you are Bill Gates' brother or major shareholder
I would also recommend buying few cards and trying them out.
The Interfacekit, Servo and LED64 are good starting points.
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