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B737 Engines fire panel mounted.  MEC-PFUEGOS

B737 Engines fire panel mounted. (Opencockpits MEC-PFUEGOS)

€ 379.30
EU: incl. tax € 458.95
Category:Flight Simulation
Subcategory:B737NG Pedestal Opencockpts
Scale:1 : 1
Availability:Temporarily Out of Stock.

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This product was added to our database on Thursday 15 September 2011.

Mind: cockpit controls and instruments are delicate equipment intended for careful private use. Damage or functional failures as a result of negligent or careless handling of these equipment, or as a result of commercial application will not qualify for any warranty.

Category Flight Simulation, Subcategory B737NG Pedestal Opencockpts, Scale 1 : 1, ISBN/Box MEC-PFUEGOS, Publisher/Brand Opencockpits

No circuitboard included.

You can use your favorite circuitboards to connect this hardware to your cockpit

Engines fire control panel for B737 with all components included and monted. Only need the electronic cards

Very important:
This panel don't match with the dimensions of the Opencockpit pedestalbay first version"

Please contact us for any question regard this product.

Zie voor benodigde I/O boards de gerelateerde produkten.
(1x USB Expansioncard en 1x Mastercard)

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