X-plane hardware that supports the SimVimX plugin
Spend your time on flying, instead of fiddling with hardware.
SimulConn supports the multiplexing technology used by the RealSimControl hardware and SimVimX plugin.
- Connect your cockpit hardware controls to SimulConn IO boards
- Connect SimulConn IO boards with the SimulConn Master board
- Configure RealSimControl
- Start X-plane.
Use the RealSimControl configurator to map your hardware to the X-plane controls.
SimulConn supports the signaling and multiplexing design as used in HCSCI. Get more info about configuring on the RealSimControl website.
Build your own cockpit setup
Use the type of SimulConn IO boards that fits your cockpit configuration.
Use one Master board for entire cockpit, and connect the IO cards needed.
Use EXTENSION board where you want to control your cable management.
Choose between the IO boar types: INPUT, LED and 7SEGMENT.
12v power supply is centrally attached to drive the complete cockpit..
The SimulConn boards are configured with the RealSimControl web configurator.
X-Plane 11 is the world’s most comprehensive and powerful flight simulator for personal computers, and it offers the most realistic flight model available. X-Plane is not a game, but an engineering tool. SimulConn requires X-plane.
RealSimControl is one of the most used interfaces for mapping hardware controls with the X-plane simulator. RealSimControl has been around since 2015 and is former known as SimVim. It is still free. SimulConn requires SimVimX and RealSimControl.
SimulConn started as a one time hobby project for a single cockpit. But as a result of many requests from the flightsim community, it is now available on this website.
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