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  1. Thread: arduino nano

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    You couls use it for easy things like gauges and...

    You couls use it for easy things like gauges and other small switch panels.
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    Yes I would honestly suggest getting 2 of the...

    Yes I would honestly suggest getting 2 of the boards to run all the rotary's off of and then another to run all the toggles. The rotary io card could easily stretch all the way down to the autopilot...
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    You can always do something like this...

    You can always do something like this https://i.ytimg.com/vi/DF1l2-sCq9w/maxresdefault.jpg Where you use the screen but make the buttons.
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    Ok Yes I am a FSX flyer so I mainly know how to...

    Ok Yes I am a FSX flyer so I mainly know how to interface arduinos with fsx using link2fs. This program will send and receive data from the game using sim connect. Now if Xplane is anything like...
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    If you Where going to Interface the Raspberry pi...

    If you Where going to Interface the Raspberry pi with Xplane 11 you would have to buy Xplane again and then network connect to the main computer with internet. But what I Would recommend would be to...
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    And is looks like their are pre-made rotary...

    And is looks like their are pre-made rotary switch inputs. And it is plug an play. All of these answers are on the website just look that back over and you should be good.
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    Also I just looks It looks like you can download...

    Also I just looks It looks like you can download the encoding software from the Website.
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    Hello Jay, I am more familiar with the arduino...

    Hello Jay, I am more familiar with the arduino boards but thank you for pointing out i should use the leobardner boards. If you are make a lets say fuel cut off and or fuel tank selector you should...
  9. Thread: arduino nano

    by slag
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    I am almost certain that you could use a Arduino...

    I am almost certain that you could use a Arduino nano for gauges and small things like that. Now link2fs might not interface well with the Arduino nano. But if you haven't bought the nano yet, I...
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    TinkerCad Schematic's

    I have been messing around on Tinkercad,a great website to create circuits and Arduino project schematic's without a download of an app, and have created a basic circuit to run an LCD display. The...
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    Thanks for this

    Thanks for posting this I am woundering can you try this with a raspberry pi any suggestions
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    Ideas for the start of the cockpit

    I am going to use raspberry pi monitors for their easy use and connectivity to a Arduino and a regular computer. Also if I haven't mentioned I have a Ibuypower Trace 940 to run all these systems I...
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    Ideas for the start of the cockpit

    I have been looking at most of the small projects on Jim's Page http://www.jimspage.co.nz/intro.htm He has some great suggestions and step by step tutorials to get through the process of making a...
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    FSX Helicopter cockpit and Arduino projects

    I have been playing FSX for a while now and I am trying to make my Helicopter cockpit better. So I am going to invest in an Arduino to make my own radio stake with Link2fs. Any suggestions?
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