With Instructables you can share what you make with the world, and tap into an ever-growing community of creative experts.
Tell us about yourself!
I'm not sure I've got exactly what you're asking me.As newer 737 have less lights switches, you simply use the rightmost two-state (on-off) as the only light switches and ignore the leftmost. But the three-state switches (on-off-on) sould still be mapped to any other FSX function you need (by changing the software configuration to let Arduino send the proper commands to FSX).If needed, you can replace the three-state switches with two state (the connection schemas for both switch types are included in the article).Hope it helps, but write me again if you need it.PS I'm italian, so also my english is not perfect, don't worry! :-)
How to Make the Turbo Jetstream Paper Airplane
Irrigation Using Google Calendar!
Simple 3 Phase Arduino Energy Meter
Make your own IR remote that can reach anywhere
Hehehe, don't worry, there's the "blue" light holy permanente protection! :-)
Hehehe, don't worry, there's the permanent "blue" light holy protection! :-)
Quick'n'easy fireplace for ...View Instructable »
Simple Arduino Home Energy Meter
Since they're regular Meccano brackets, I used them from an old Meccano box. But you could find pretty similar ones from almost any local hardware shop.
Solar/Grid Hybrid 12V System
DIY AUTOMATIC SOLAR CHARGE CONTROLLER
Easiest ESP8266 Learning IR Remote Control Via WIFI
Pimp Your Car's Stereo. Adding Bluetooth to Your Head-unit. ($2,- Project)
DIY Compost Barrel
It looks like a generic .NET error in Link2FS, but I don't understand that language (Danish?), so you should check Link2FS installation especially if this error comes out at startup. It is not related to either Arduino or the lights overhead sketch, so I'm sorry but you should google for such error when running Link2FS to understand what does it mean and what can you do to have it work. When Link2FS starts without any error, you can proceed configuring it for your plane (737NGX?) to let it work with the panel.
Yep, you have nearly 180 degrees for z-axis, thus a wider arm movement. I tried to fit an optical sensor inside the motor itself, but it's too small to be abe to fit mine...
Small and relatively cheap FPV quadcopter
ESP 8266 Wifi controlled Home Automation
Control ESP8266 over the internet (from anywhere)
Make a Bahut, From Scratch
Control Your TV with Your Phone
ARDUINO how to build your own universal IR remote control
IR Remote control for12 home appliances
Course on MIT App Inventor and Arduino
3d scan anything using just a camera
Heatless (cold) Toner Transfer for PCB making
Complete Motor guide for Robotics
Wave your hand to control OWI Robotic Arm... no strings attached
Modifications to Robot Arm for Opto Coupler Feedback, OWI 535, Edge etc
Control an OWI Robotic Arm with Arduino
Wireless Car Parking Alarm
Very simple robot for beginners
How to Make Custom Shields for Your Microcontrollers
Frankenstein Laser Engraver
Let your inbox help you discover our best projects, classes, and contests. Instructables will help you learn how to make anything!
© 2016 Autodesk, Inc.