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    USB Interface and Encoder cards for Flight Simulator, X-plane and Prepar3d

    A quick overview of the different USB Interface or Encoder cards that Custom Cockpit builders use. The overview includes prices and also how the cards are categorized: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M7Fx54e_NtM I've also Just posted a new video: Overview of Basic Components used on Cockpit Building: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XN2k5JmXOak

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    Re: USB Interface and Encoder cards for Flight Simulator, X-plane and Prepar3d

    Thanks for the overview Joshua. Your info is helpful. I am converting a used PFC Cirrus yoke from it's PCATD proprietary DB-15 output to USB. The DTA board is temp out of stock, so I ordered the Leo Bodnar board. I tried using a 10 bit Arduino board, but wasn't happy with the resolution. /Len

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    Re: USB Interface and Encoder cards for Flight Simulator, X-plane and Prepar3d

    That sounds like a really fun project! The Leo Bodnar card in the video is mostly for digital inputs. They do have 12-bit Joystick boards and their stuff is of very high quality. Thanks for your comments and enjoy your project