PC Kabel für Multiplex Cockpit MM

Hallo,
für meine neue Cockpit MM möchte ich gerne ein PC Kabel zum Betrieb des FMS Flugsimulators anfertigen. Am besten wäre eines für den seriellen
Anschluss aber parallel ginge auch. Wer hat eventuell eine Beschaltung hierfür ( Lehrer-Schüler Buchse auf Sub D Stecker 9 oder 24 polig).
Im Voraus vielen Dank
Peter
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Peter Gruen schrieb:

Hier ist alles dokumentiert: http://www.sea-gull.demon.co.uk / MPX hat für alle Sender das gleiche Kabel Gruss Jürgen
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Hi Juergen, hi Peter!
Jürgen Neuenhahn schrieb:

Das ist das Kabel zur Programmierung der Anlage, nicht fuer FMS! Bei FMS ist das benoetigte Kabel abhaengig von der verwendeten Windows-Version. Wenn Peter mal schreibt, welches System er hat, dann kann man genaue Tips geben. Ansonsten sind bei FMS sogar die noetigen Infos bei (PIC-Programm und Schaltung fuer Win2000 und groesser, Programm fuer AVR2313 gibt's ggf. bei mir).
Gruss Chris
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Hallo nochmal
danke für die schnelle Antwort. Ich verwende hier Win 98.
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Hi Peter,
Peter Gruen schrieb:

eine bessere als Oliviers Antwort habe ich aber nicht mehr parat! Interessant fuer Dich duerfte Punkt 1 oder 2 sein.
Chris
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Chris Benndorf wrote:

Vielen Dank nochmal an alle. Durch Olivier Tip habe ich eine einfache Lösung gefunden die mittels 7 poligem Diodebstecker, einem Widerstand, einer Zehnerdiode und einem Sub D Stecker leicht herzustellen ist.
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Hi,
A) For Win 95-98-Millennium with FMS, 2 easy possibilities (above all possibilities that are also possible for Win 2000 and XP, see section "B"). 1) THROUGH THE PARALLEL-port (LPT1) eventually with a resistor and zenerdiode, see the manual of FMS (http://n.ethz.ch/student/mmoeller/fms/index.html ) or some examples on my website which I personally tested (http://users.belgacom.net/TX2TX ) figure 7f-fms and others in chapter 7. Or here : http://www.pibros.de/ (German).
2) THROUGH THE SERIAL-port See the manual of FMS (http://n.ethz.ch/student/mmoeller/fms/index.html )
If you think you're not able to make such a cable, buy eventually one : http://www.mattclement.freeservers.com/fms/fms1.html http://www.virtualrcflight.com / http://www.k-webdesign.com/modellflug/rc-interface.htm (German)
B) For Win 2000 and Win XP with FMS, a SIMPLE connection through the parallel-port or serial port is not working, those 2 versions of Windows are handling other protocols on these ports than Win 95-98-Millenium.
Your options then :
1) THROUGH THE SOUNDCARD With smartpropo : http://www.sekiriki.jp/smartpropo/manual.html The advantage is that it's simple to make : 1 audio-cable and a resistor or potmeter
2) THROUGH THE SERIAL PORT (Com-port) a) via an interface with a programmable IC (PIC), which is described in the directory of FMS, see .FMS\Doc\Interface\readme_en.htm on your harddisk. Or http://myweb.absa.co.za/eric.brouwer/interface.htm b) or the same electronic interface that you can buy ready to use here : http://www.welwyn.demon.co.uk / http://www.customelectronics.co.uk/index.htm http://www.clonepac.freeserve.co.uk/prod03.htm http://www.hnpl.net/wt / http://www.rc-sim.de/workshop/rc_game/rc_game.html (German) http://perso.wanadoo.fr/patrick.bicheron/acceuil.htm (French)
3) THROUGH THE USB-port http://n.ethz.ch/student/maederb/ (selfmade) http://www.rc-electronics.co.uk http://www.welwyn.demon.co.uk/fms_lead/fms_lead.htm http://www.customelectronics.co.uk/index.htm http://www.milehighwings.com/usb_cables.htm http://www.geocities.com/simblaster / http://www.hnpl.net/wt / http://www.ripmax.com/FS_Simulators_Accessories.html http://www.modelisme.com/forums/viewtopic.php?tC46 (French) http://www.ifrance.com/aerofly/GO.htm (French) http://rcsim.flugmodellbau.de/downloads/PDF-Dateien/interface_USB.pdf (German : kit) http://www.modellpilot.de/ (German) http://www.k-webdesign.com/modellflug/rc-interface.htm (German) If you have a 4-axis joystick, you can use an interface-cable gameport-->USB, for sale in every computershop, thus ideal for modern laptops without a COM-port
4) THROUGH THE GAME-port a) with an interface which transforms the signal of the transmitter in a joystick-signal http://membres.lycos.fr/silicium31/ (French) http://myweb.absa.co.za/eric.brouwer/interface.htm (selfmade) http://www.milehighwings.com/joystick_cables.htm http://www.geocities.com/simblaster / http://www.ripmax.com/FS_Simulators_Accessories.html http://www.rc-sim.de/workshop/rc_game/rc_game.html (German) http://www.k-webdesign.com/modellflug/rc-interface.htm (German)
b) buy a 4-axis-controller joystick http://www.rchobby.co.uk/gamebird_flight_simulator.html http://www.gamebird.de/de/index.html (German)
c) or make yourself a 4-axis joystick with an old RC-transmitter, removing all electronics, replacing the 4 potmeters by potmeters of 200K (not 100K like mostly mentioned), and wiring like in : http://soldcentralfl.com/flyingpenguin/rcstick.htm http://graccus.free.fr/joystick.html (French) http://iquebec.ifrance.com/st-prime/modif_rc.html (French)
5) Or make a partition on your harddisk where you will install Windows 95-98-Millennium. Then you can connect your radio simply via the parallel-port or Serial-port as described in the manual of FMS and start the older Windows (see section "A").
6) NEUE : auch fur XP und Win 2000 : PPJoy via parallel oder seriel port http://www.geocities.com/deonvdw/PPJoy.htm und download von programme PPJoy : http://www.simtel.net/product.download.mirrors.php?idu176
Hope this helps, Olivier
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