Thread: interfacing boards
03-05-2007, 07:54 PM #1
hello folks , im not for sure how i got myself into this mess but here i am, i have been a daily user of AVSIM , but of late i have been looking for a site devoted to builders and not a bunch yackity yackin going on, so i was ask to visit this site and it has been a major source of information.
im wondering what you folks think about sim boards from flightdeck.
i have some phidget boards but they are to touchy and not enough swithes for the money.
or maybe you can tell me the best and the easiest to use.
for the money of the master , input, and output seems like a deal.
so what do you good folks think.
03-05-2007, 10:25 PM #2
- Join Date
- Nov 2005
- Perth, Western Australia
I have the Master module and a 64x8x8 Input module and has been working very well for 6 months. I am using 5 pots for flight controls and throttles and 8 rotary encoders for radio tuning, currently 34 button assignments in use with 30 still available. Sim-Boards are very easy to set up and use, FDT support is excellent as you will see from our forum.
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