Board mystery….

One of the Simpits list members has a few circuit boards that he’s trying to identify:

If you can identify any of these boards, please post a message to the simpits-tech list, the forum or just leave a comment here.

Thanks all!


Here’s the answer!  Many thanks to Mr. Boldt for this.

The first one is a USB to general purpose digital I/O bridge, for
interfacing to switches, LEDs, and other hardware.

The 2nd pic is a Photon GPS add-on board. IFS is now defunct and without
the main Photon board to connect it to, you may be out of luck. They
were interfaces made for (and about the time of) FS2004, using

One Response to “Board mystery….”

  1. Scott Fausel says:

    Been out of flightsim for 4 years but just happened to surf by and saw this. The Devasys board was actually the master; the GPS board served to provide rotary and switch input. This was a side project someone asked me to develop for a sim Garmin GPS, but they never took it further than prototype. Unfortunately, I’ve long since lost the firmware code and the PC software code needed to run this. However the Devasys board is a nice little development board in its own right and you can probably obtain stock firmware from the devasys site with which to reprogram it.

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