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What will be displayed on "weather" ?NiceBOB

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>What will be displayed on "weather" ?Could be a LPT-port 4x20 character LCD with current METAR or other useful info. The size of the hole looks about right for that.//Tuomas

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That is sweet!! I've put all my current plans on hold till I finish my college course, even grounded all my aircraft. Can hardly wait to get the soldering iron fired up!!

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Hello BOB,This place is reserved for a LCD display 2*16 caracters.For the wind direction, speed of winds, QNH and Frame rate of FS.I use it with FSLCD software.OO-PDU

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Hello PDU,May I know where you bought the switches shown at the bottom of the picture? I need to buy one for replacement of my broken unit.regards,Alkit

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HiGreat job.....I notice only one frequency tuning knob?.... or is it a concentric rotary?What sort of rotary are you using? Thanks in advance for any info,Ian

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hello, no no there will be 2 rotary switch for the frequency change but the panel is not finished....I use 2 rotary switches (12 positions, simple circuit)For the switch, you can find it at Farnell or Conrad factory.http://www.farnell.com or http://www.conrad.comregardsoo-pdu

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Thanks oo-pdu for the switch info!!Alkit

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