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Building a NAV or COM radio, other types also possible
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If you have questions about this article, please feel free to mail me "wendy (AT) telee.com" The first version of this article was written when the old 7-segment driver boards were released. By now I have added some info on how to do the same with our 7 segment MicroDriver boards. As an example of how easy it is to build a radio I will show you below the steps to follow for completing a B737 or A320 COM radio or NAV radio. I will show you how I made it, complete with ready to use parts from my shop. The panel which holds all the parts has been made with a combination of laser and the CNC and consists merely of transparent acryl with the front a white layer of a special material, I will keep this for myself. Basically all panels were cutout with the laser and after that the panel was mounted on the CNC and all the necessary holes that do not go through the panel were cut out. I will show you the wiring using my 7-segment display driver boards that can be used to connect via Pokeys USB or pokeys Ethernet to ProSim 737, A320 or X-Plane. My display driver boards can be used with all these software packages. Later I will show you how to connect it with the new MAX driver board to a Arduino microcontroller using Jims wonderfull Link2FS program which connects directly to MS FSX.
MicroDriver info pages
Build a working radio in 5 minutes using our MicroDrivers 2 MicroDrivers are needed for 1 radio     The 2 MicroDrivers are mounted directly     behind the openings in the frontpanel.     No wiring to the displays is needed because the     displays are plugged onto the MicroDriver board.     Each MicroDriver connects with 4 wires     to the PoKeys card.     See connection details here
There are a lot less steps involved. Just plugging the displays on the driver and connect 4 wires per MicroDriver to the Pokeys card, that is all. Absolutely no soldering is necessary! With 7 segment MicroDrivers … -you only need a small screw driver to connect the  4 wires to the PoKeys card -it is much cheaper -it is much faster, only a few minutes to build a radio -you do not need electronics knowledge -you do not need to know how to do fine solder work  
Finished radio with 7 segment MicroDrivers fast, easy and very simple !!!
-How to connect ------------------------------------------------ -Measurement and installation ------------------------------------------------ -View connection details about the   used displays ------------------------------------------------ -Build a working radio in 2 minutes ------------------------------------------------ -Use MicroDrivers with Elec Panel ------------------------------------------------
Showing you the configuration in ProSim via the “Combined Config” screen, same configuration for 737 or A320
And the result on the displays
Configuration of a COM radio
Showing you the configuration in ProSim via the “Combined Config” screen, same configuration for 737 or A320
Configuration of a NAV radio
And the result on the displays
MicroDrivers for NAV, COM radios
MicroDrivers for NAV, COM radios
Can be used with: Prosim737, Prosim320, Arduino, X-Plane via plugin, new plugin from 23/6/2018 Pokeys Plugin for XPlane version june 2018