PSXseecon connects the Aerowinx PSX with the SIOC software of Opencockpits. It acts as a bridge between those two worlds, "talking" the Aerowinx network protocol over TCP/IP to PSX, and "talking" the IOCP protocol over TCP/IP to the SIOC server. PSXseecon acts as a client program to both servers and performs protocol translation.

2215 predefined SIOC Variables, representing approximately 99% of the functionality of the PSX interface, are available. These variables give access to all states and controls of the PSX 747-400. Everything you need to build a 744 cockpit.

In order to make your SIOC scripts even more simple, PSXseecon provides extra functionality, such as led variables with built in support for bulb-failure, power failure and MD&T test; rotary switch terminal variables; OnOffOn switch terminal variables; direct support for the Opencockpits CDU keyboard; direct support for Rotary Encoders, etc.

To support debugging, PSXseecon provides facilities for monitoring the messages that flow between PSX and PSXseecon and between SIOC and PSXseecon. and ... PSXseecon detects the pre-defined SIOC variables in your scripts automatically!


The latest version 3.16, March 27, 2018, with a 64 bit version for Windows Vista or later, is available here:

version 3.16, or consult the Manual or the Release Notes first.

lists all SIOC variables for Qcode variables.

My PSXcockpit archive contains example SIOC scripts.

Is it free?

Yes and no, it may be used free of charge. However, "free of charge" must not be confused with "completely free". PSXseecon is copyrighted software, not free software. There are restrictions on distribution and use. A major restriction is that it is for non-commercial use only!

If you like my program, here is a link for donations towards the site costs.
Please note this is entirely voluntary, there is no obligation whatsoever. Any donations will be put towards keeping the site hosting going and are received with my deepest gratitude and thanks.


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