Using Arduino with Air ManagerGeneral InformationNeed more info, feel free to mail me Air Manager is a software tool that is capable of collecting data out ofFSX, P3D and XPlane. It is sold by https://www.siminnovations.comAir Manager has more than 450 free downloadable instruments. Most of these instruments were made by enthusiastic and talented Air Manager users.My experience is that is a lot better than other Arduino based tools.By using plugins in FSX, P3D and Xplane Airmanager is automatically connected to the simulator you use. The installation of the plugin in done automatically bysoftware.You can create or use available LUA scripts to connect to all parts of the simulatorbe it; any model in XPlane or the default ones, FSX or P3D all versions. You can choose to run instruments, self mades or made by others, on a displayor connect to a hardware instrument that is connected to Arduino.There is an extended user base and a very active forum where you will be helpedwith writing or changing your own instruments.For connecting your hardware you can use different boards of Arduino and RapsBerry Pi.Below what hardware can be connected
You do not need to write complex code in the Arduino editor, everything is done witheasy to use LUA script functions and you specify the board and ports to use in Air Manager.A lot of examples are on their WIKI pages.For advanced users there is also a MessagePort library which enables you to communicate both ways between Arduino and AirManager especially for things that are currently not supported in Air Manager.