There are presently various interfaces types:
I choosed the Photon boards for several reasons:
-the ratio price / number of I/O's is very interesting,
-the capacity is very high for one alone mother board, since you can obtain up to 512 inputs, and at exits level, 112 displays or 896 Leds.
-the programmation is highly simple, so no complex language, but a simple menu, which allows you to assign one function choosen in a list to the various installed components. This topic is of paramount importance for those who do not have a good level of competences in programming, which is necessary for some interfaces.
A test function allows you to control the various interfaces, switches, displays or leds connections.
As an extra choice, I chosed the IO-Card system from Spain, which offers particular options such as the potentiometers operation, and so allows the throttle control.
In addition, the IO-Card system offers the oportunity to install the boards by yourself which places them at the best price level regarding the concurrency.
For a detailed description of each type I suggest you read the very detailed explanations at "Interfaces" page of Claude Kieffer Internet site.
|The Photon box||The power supply box non visible is fixed at the back of the box|
|At the right the board which gather several sectors||the group PHOTON cards|
|Sight of the new wide box||The card of regrouping of the MIP|
|In high A left, the phaser card|
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