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  1. Hello Wayne, I have exactly the same behavior. Park Break does not work. Wing Fold works fine. Unfortunately I have not found a solution.
  2. there will be about 14 Arduino Nano and 1 Leo Bodnar board
  3. I'm using al laser with 130W. I dont own it. I just can use it. I'm designing everything with SOLIDWORKS. This is also a 3D CAD. From the panels I export a dxf and import it into Lightburn. The dxf contains 2 layers. One for the lasering contour an one for the engraving contour. Lightburn is the software that controls the laser. All I have to do now is set the power and speed of the laser for the two layers. Thats it.
  4. UFC is working Gesendet von meinem SM-G988B mit Tapatalk
  5. Will be cool Gesendet von meinem SM-G988B mit Tapatalk
  6. Its 3mm acrylic sheet . Painted black. And lasered /engraved with a 120W laser Gesendet von meinem SM-G988B mit Tapatalk
  7. going to laser the new panels für the modified button box
  8. opemhornet.com has all the files - for free
  9. no they are 8in Aliexpress HDMI diplays for 30$ each https://de.aliexpress.com/item/4000255841162.html?spm=a2g0s.9042311.0.0.6ef24c4dR5936F
  10. New case in the making Gesendet von meinem SM-G988B mit Tapatalk
  11. I would like to display the status of the LTD/R switch via a flashing LED. In reality the LTD/R switch is a magnetic switch. I would use a normal switch instead of the magnetic switch, which does not remain in the on position, but goes back to the off position by a spring. (momentary switch) To see at a glance if the laser is "armed" I would like to show the armed state with a blinking LED. For this purpose there is the following line in the Control Reference in DCS BIOS: DcsBios::LED ltdRArm(0x74c4, 0x0100, PIN); this works as far as possible.
  12. I used these displays: https://www.waveshare.com/2.23inch-oled-hat.htm I separated the PCB from the display- it is connected with doublesided tape. Each one is connected as a standard SPI display to a separate arduino nano.
  13. I redesigned the button box to fit a new UFC with functional displays. I move the DDI's next to the UFC. Gesendet von meinem SM-G988B mit Tapatalk
  14. Hi, I saw your Arduino code here and am trying to get my OLED's from the F/A-18 UFC to work with it. Actually I don't have much idea about Ardunio. With the help of your sketch I got the scratchpad working. I deleted everything except the lines for the scratchpad and ran the loops only 1 time. Das funktioniert soweit: https://www.facebook.com/1557214885/videos/10224354526881584/ What does not work is the control of the options displays. If I take your code directly, this is what happens when I make an input on the UFC. All displays are shown one afte
  15. Will add both DDI's Gesendet von meinem SM-G988B mit Tapatalk
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