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CPFlight Audio-Selector-Panel ASP2 extended Intercom

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With some colleagues we try to configure a extended intercom-solution for a Pro-Sim B737-Home-Cockpit using a external Audio -Mixer- Software ( Search for Voicemeeters ; funtions like select on/off and volume can be accessed by makros). With this Mixer-Software up to eight audio-channels can be distributed and controlled. (2xATC, CPT, FO, Callout, Instructor) more than for 2-man-Homecockpit are needed. Finally MIC-selection, channel-selection and volume-control of this Intercom-solution should be handled by CPFlight ASP.  Therefor it is necessary to know, if values of the switches and buttons and the volume-controls of the CPflight ASP can be read by FSUIPC (and handled forward to other software).

Bernhard (LSZH)

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3 hours ago, bravolima said:

Therefor it is necessary to know, if values of the switches and buttons and the volume-controls of the CPflight ASP can be read by FSUIPC (and handled forward to other software).

Sorry, but I do not know CPFlight equipment. If that unit looks like a Joystick type device, then, yes, FSUIPC should be able to see its buttons and axes natively. If it is recognised by Windows as a USB HID device then you could read the values by using a Lua plug-in which used the com library HID functions (there's a HID demo plug-in provided in the FSUIPC documents folder).

In all other cases the answer is probably no -- you'd need to write a driver.

I really think your question should be directed to CPflight. Ask them if the button and knob details can be read by programs other than theirs.

Pete

 

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