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Monitor FSUIPC Data now supports Windows 7 and/or 64-bit

Started by when acting as a wave, October 18, 2010, 02:52:14 PM

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when acting as a wave

Due to the ever-changing demands of computer technology, our Monitor FSUIPC Data software is now compatible with all Windows systems, in either 32-bit or 64-bit configurations. It is also backwards compatible and offered as a free upgrade to any existing cutomers who require the upgrade.

The program itself allows you to monitor in real-time, any data that FSUIPC is able to read from Microsoft Flight Simulator.

A 'Settings' tab allows you to organise up to eight items that you wish to monitor, and a 'View Data' tab displays both the 'Raw Data' and the 'Calculated Data'. The data is read and displayed 10 times per second.

Below are a couple of screenshots:


A larger (possibly more useful!) image can be seen here http://flic.kr/p/8LbU58


Again, a larger screenshot can be found here http://flic.kr/p/8LeY7J

The viewed data can be paused and started again using buttons on the screen, and whilst in the paused mode, it is possible to press the 'Refresh' button to get a single reading if desired.

Additional information (and a free demo version for download) is located at http://www.ruscool.co.nz/monitor_fsuipc.html 

The cost of the full version is US$10-00.

Any questions, ask away!

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Dean.
Ruscool Electronics Limited
Manufacturer of backlit panels and other parts
Ruscool Blog

Boeing Skunk Works

Hi Dean. I haven't seen you around in awhile.

Will I be able to tell if the DF727 is passing the following information to FSUIPC:

Wind shear alert
Wind shear warning
Flap in transit
Flap extended
Flap load relief
Spoiler Armed
Spoiler do not arm
All engine/nacelle fire indicators
Bottle Discharge
Stab trim indicator (illuminates while AP is triming the stab during cruise)
Low oil pressure indicators
Window heat overheat/reset
Duct temp overheat
GPWS fail
Engine Fail Master indicator

This program could save me a lot of money on an output card if none of this information is transmitted via FSUIPC. All of these indicators listed above are specific to the 727 and a few of the same are used on the 737-200/300.

Other indicators such as for the landing gear, marker beacons, anything common to most aircraft in FS I'm sure is transmitted.
Why yes...I am a rocket scientist...

Boeing, Collins, Gables, Sperry, PPG, Korry, Pacific Scientific, Honeywell

when acting as a wave

Hi there. I know, I'm in here often staying up to date with goings-on, but I haven't been contributing too much as of late ... !

With regards your question though, we'll certainly investigate this for you. We're contending with a decent-sized aftershock this morning from a major earthquake we had a few weeks back and it's knocked out some power (and nerves!!!) around town etc. but I'll get back to you as soon as I can.

Dean.
Ruscool Electronics Limited
Manufacturer of backlit panels and other parts
Ruscool Blog

Boeing Skunk Works

Thanks for looking into this for me. If this works out I'll be sure to purchase it and finally see exactly what the DF727 is communicating.

I'll be watching for your next post.  Thanks!
Why yes...I am a rocket scientist...

Boeing, Collins, Gables, Sperry, PPG, Korry, Pacific Scientific, Honeywell

when acting as a wave

Quote from: Boeing Skunk Works on October 18, 2010, 06:06:50 PM
Thanks for looking into this for me. If this works out I'll be sure to purchase it and finally see exactly what the DF727 is communicating.

I'll be watching for your next post.  Thanks!

No problem at all. I've actually just sent you a new private message ...
Ruscool Electronics Limited
Manufacturer of backlit panels and other parts
Ruscool Blog

NAX228

Went into flickr via your link and browsed through some of your pics. Some very high quality panels and metalworks you make.
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