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This product was added to our database on Wednesday 12 November 2014.
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 General aviation, ISBN/Box HW-FFB-CSN, Publisher/Brand Flight illusion
The HW-FFB-CSN is the first force feedback yoke that can be connected to Flight Simulator. It is a sturdy metalic concept, made to last. Built with high end materials like special gears and alluminum parts, the yoke has a true feeling. It offers the best value for money in the market.
It is connected to Flight Simulator by means of a dedicated USB interface. It can be completely programmed and tweaked to simulate the forces of any type of airplane. The forces are influenced by speed, wind and movement. You will feel the bumps on the runway and the gusts of wind in or near the clouds.
The Force feedback yoke can be hooked to the autopilot, which will simulate the mechanical movement of the yoke during maneuvres triggered by the autopilot. A second FFB yoke can be connected and will switch from a master to slave state depending on the pilot who is handling the yoke.
The Cessna version has a sturdy yoke and can also be used in any airliner/Business jet configuration. The yoke is mounted on a shaft with a deflection of 19 cm and a 180° turn ration (90° L - 90° R), like in real aircrafts.
FS2004, FSX, FSXSTEAM, P3D, XPlane
Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 10.
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