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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.
B737 Indicated Airspeed.
Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 10.
FS2004, FSX, FSXSTEAM, P3D, XPlane
Prosim737, Project Magenta
The Boeing 400 kts IAS gauge is based on a single needle large gauge and has the faceplate of the Boeing 737, ranging from 60 to 400 kts.
The needle movement is very smooth due to the use of stepper motors.
You will need the GSA-55 to connect the gauge to the simulator.
This product is also part of the stand-by instrument package.
See the product bundle package nr. GSA-SBI to find out more.
Simbuilding shouldn’t be an expensive hobby. And reaching for a result that is close to reality should remain affordable. That is why we try to offer the best price/quality ratio. And that’s a lot of quality, if you keep reading on.
Most compact instruments on the market:
There is no reason why a simulated instrument like a gauge must have the same dimension as the actual gauge. With stepper motor driven G-STEP technology our gauges have a depth of approx. 1 inch or 25 mm. This reduces dramatically the depth of your panel and allows for easy access and maintenance. Furthermore it reduces the prices, because there is no housing.
Plug & Play:
Absolutely no programming. Not one single line of code. Just assign a gauge, a switch, a led to the respective Flight Simulator function, which can be an instrument, a switch position or an annunciator light. The calibration of each gauge is performed once in our software and is automaticly with each start of FS.
Daisy chained instruments:
Because your cable goes directly into any next gauge, you don't need a cluttering of cables from each instrument to the central control unit. With the daisy chained instruments, you simply connect 1 instrument with the Central Interface board. Spagetti times behind your panel are over.
Flight Illusion created this G-STEP® technology in order to overcome jerky movements and offer an acceptable solution for spacing.
By using stepper motor instead of servo motors, the G-STEP® gauges are moving in exactly the same way as when seen on the panel on screen.
Each full rotation of a needle is divided into 1080 steps, resulting in a smooth and precise indication with an extreemly quick response time. And in crucial phases of your flight, this might be very important.
The Central Interface Module connects trhough a standard USB socket. That allows for fast data transfer.
IMPORTANT: Warm white backlight
MIP panel attachment screws NOT included.