Operation Package for FS2004 Military Jets.
This archive contains a set of gauges, effects
and sounds which you can add to your existing
military jets in FS2004, and enables you to
perform takeoff's and approaches/landings
on aircraft carriers. By Rob Barendregt and
Doug Dawson: File name: RCBco-11.zip
This gauge will play most of the sound files
[NOT INCLUDED] from Dave March's S-Combo (here).
Should fit any panel. by Chris Hutchings 1.7MB
Fuel dump & refuel gauge
Three colors red, black and gray. This is
a variation of the FSUIPC_DUMPv2004.gau that
is originally transparent but now visible
to install on any panel. Copyright by Arne
Bartels. The gauges will dump fuel up to 20%
if tanks full and refill up to 70% if empty.
FSUIPC Shareware version required. Modication
to make the gauge visible By Alejandro Villa.
Modified default Kingair Radio gauge.
This is the gauge file which contains the
six separate Nav 1, 2; Comm 1, 2; Transponder;
and ADF radios, as well as the metallic toggle
switches. All except the ADF have transparent
bitmaps, so that only the numerical frequency
display is visible. The separate numerical
displays can be placed in any customized radio
image with any typical panel-maker program.
The black, or grey, rectangular base of the
toggle switches have also been made transparent,
so that the metallic ring at the base of the
switch blends better with a panel background.
It should also work in FS2002. This gauge
is Freeware. By Will Fisher. 28K
gauges for FS2004 aircraft.
These gauge was written after a VFR ferryflight
from Key West (Florida) to St. Johann (Austria).
Often I missed wind-informations for higher
or lower altitudes. Sometimes I have noticed,
that if I will fly at an other altitude I
will have tail wind instead of head wind.
But this informations i could only got flying
to this altitude and test it. By Andreas Widmann.
Simulated Aircraft Bubble Sextant As
travel by air developed and matured, navigation
over long distances also developed and improved.
In the early days, however, air navigation
essentially used ship navigation techniques
adapted for aircraft. Without "landmarks",
the navigators used Ded Reckoning (DR) and
the stars. Celestial or Astronomical Navigation
provides a means of obtaining Lines of Position
(LOPs) from the stars. Crossing LOPs will
fix a position. It requires a chart, and a
planned course on that chart, with waypoints
specified by Latitude and Longitude, an assumed
time of arrival at each waypoint, and stars
(including the Sun, Moon, or planets) in view.
In the 1940s, extensive tables of star positions
were made available to air navigators to be
used with sextants to obtain these LOPs. In
the tables, all times involved are GMT. This
data is available from the Internet in "ready
to use" form. This gauge simulates the sextant,
and the process by which one obtains a LOP,
or crossing LOPs to obtain a position, or
fix. Can be used with any FS2004 aircraft.
Includes comprehensive browser-based manual
and references. By Dave Bitzer and Mark Beaumont.
File name: DC3_BBSX.ZIP. 991K
Sound Gauges v2.1
Two gauges which will play sounds based on
commands received from xml gauges. Both of
these gauges are configurable via text based
configuration files. Doug Dawson. 74K
SRCsim Icom IC-A200 Communications Transceiver.
Introduction This radio gauge consists of
two Icom IC-A200 communications radios, configured
as COM 1 and COM 2. The operation of these
gauges is modeled on the real-world Icom radios.
They feature standby frequencies, selectable
by switch. They keep one frequency ready at
all times as the standby frequency and this
can be changed at any time; when the standby
frequency is called into use, the currently
active frequency then becomes the standby.
Ric Ryburn. 171K
Gauges: GPWS gauge V3.3
This freeware GroundProximityWarningSystem
gauge for FS2004 can be added to any aircraft
that has retractable gear and flaps, and offers
the following features: - Clickable switch,
with Test/Inhibit function and warning light.
- 8 different warning modes, with all the
usual aural warnings, like "Pullup", "Sinkrate",
"TerrainTerrain", "Windshear" and normal Altitude
callouts. - Fully customiseable per aircraft
type, by just editing the gauge parameters
with Notepad. See README for extensive description.
By Rob Barendregt. 251K
GPS Map View v2.0 The
ultimate gauge. The Map will show: Airports
details (Runways ID's, length & ILS), VOR's
and NDB's frequencies, Intersections and waypoints,
Airspaces, Approaches and flight routes. You
can toggle the view you require for your flight.
Also you can zoom in/out to see the nearest
airports, vor's and ndb's. The map will indicate
A/C heading flightplan title and waypoints
ID's. Version 2 includes more enhancements
such as the ability to input the ICAO code
of any airport and the map will show all the
frequencies of that airport including ATIS,
ILS, AND COM. In addition, the map will show
the active runway designations, length and
width. The Desert Jockey Copyright 2005, Talal
A Alhaj. 249K
KillDrift gauge v1.
The video screen graphically displays the
effect of wind on the track of an aircraft.
This allows the drift error to be eliminated.
Wind speed and wind direction are also shown.
Two separate course headings can be stored
into this gauge. Included is an icon gauge
for installing KillDrift into separate window,
but can also be placed on a panel. The gauge
can be helpful for hovering/landing helicopters
because of its 360-degree display capability.
By Glenn Copeland. 827K
This gauge has a dual timer and a clock that
displays both Zulu or Local time in a 24-hour
format. Each timer operates independently
with reset, start, and stop features. Both
record to 9:59:59. All eight buttons give
a positive visual feedback when pressed. You
can record total flight time on one timer
and use the other timer for all other timing
needs, plus keep the Zulu or Local time visible
continously. Two installation options, panel
or window. By Glenn Copeland. 268K
Gauge: VTOL/Hover for Adam Preece' GR7 Harrier
This freeware gauge adds a whole new flightmodel
and new VTOL & Hover features to Adam Preece'
freeware Harrier. Besides true vertical takeoff&landing,
it allows you to fly forward, backward, sideways
and turn, while in a hover. This solution
is based on overriding the normal FS flightdynamics
while in a hover, simular to the implementation
of catapult launch / cable arrest in my Carrier
Operation Package; in short, it's a VTOL&Hover
FDE coded in a gauge. Special thanks to Doug
Dawson, who created a gauge that provides
for overriding FS2004 variables from an XML
gauge. Besides a VTOL controller, it also
contains an effects controller plus visual
effects, for things like wingtip vortex, directional
engine smoke and a cannon. Requires FSUIPC
(registered or unregistered). The README includes
extensive installation and flying instructions.
By Rob Barendregt. 89K
Mouse Throttle Gauge v1.0 This
is a throttle gauge controled by your mouse
wheel, alowing users to change the thrust
settings with more ease. Especially designed
for Boeing 737-400. Ending of the colored
scale correspondes to the 95% N1 power setting.
By asasino. 627K
Gauges: Pushback, Taxispeed control, etc.
This archive contains version 5.0 of my
"groundhandling" gauges, like
automated pushback with conversation sounds,
a Taxispeed controller using throttle AND
brake settings, and more; it can added to
New in V5.0: 1. Only for FSX !! 2. Accurate
interworking with the new FSX pushback tugs.
YES, finally :-) !!! 3. Reworked Brakes
gauge. 4. Taxispeed gauge now has a built-in
Easy to install, and fully documented. By
Rob Barendregt. 447K
Gauges: Pushback, Taxispeed control, etc
Optional Addon. This package is an optional
addon to archive rcbgh-50.zip, and contains
a solution to Open/Close the Groundhandling
window via a permanently visible Icon. Prior
installation of rcbgh-50.zip is required
! By Rob Barendregt. 70K
Helicopter Torque Induced Yaw Gauge.
This gauge can be used in any FS2004 helicopter.
It allows the user to introduce some Torque
Induced Yaw whenever the collective lever
is raised (and opposite yaw when it is lowered).
Yaw can be introduced in either direction,
and the amount of yaw can be varied from zero
to Max. Jim Cooper. 65K
This exit gauge is designed to take the following
various keystrokes out of FS and replaces
them with a mouse click; Exits 1 + 2, Tailhook,
Wingfold and the Water Rudder. You can still
use the keystrokes via the keyboard. Designed
by Chris Sykes. 286K
Carrier Operation Package v3.0.
This freeware archive contains a set of gauges,
effects and sounds which you can add to tailhook-equiped
aircraft in FSX, and enables you to perform
takeoffs and approaches/landings on aircraft
carriers (static and moving). It features
(1) A catapult gauge, enabling a catapult-launch
takeoff. (2) An arrester gauge, enabling a
cable-arrested landing. (3) A IFLOLS gauge,
enabling accurate approaches and landings.
(4) A SonicBoom effect (visual and audible)
plus controller gauge. Includes extensive
installation/usage documentation. Requires
prior installation of FSUIPC. Special credit
goes to Doug Dawson; without his (included)
interface gauges (a.o. for speedcontrol, launch/arrest
zone definitions and sound playing) this package
would not exist. By Rob Barendregt. Filename:
Gauge: VTOL Update for
various aircraft This package updates my FS9
VTOL gauges, for which I have made various
versions for specific aircraft. Like several
(Sea)Harriers, V22-Ospreys, a F35-JSF and
a Jupiter2 spaceship. Pre-install of these
previous packages (see Installation) is required.
Main improvement: a perfectly smooth VTOL
behaviour. By Rob Barendregt. 67K
Gauge: VTOL for Helicopters This
package contains a VTOL control gauge for
FS9 Helicopters, that works around some FS9
limitations and/or incorrect flightdynamics,
which makes them sometimes hard to control
them; especially at low airspeed and when
you have your Realism sliders set above minimum.
It provides: - Smooth and stable VTOL capabilities,
with pilot-controlled ascent/descent rate,
longitudinal and lateral speed, heading, pitch
and bank. - Works also in windy conditions.
- Automatic activation below 25 Knots IAS,
so does not influence the aircraft's flight
characteristics in normal flight. - Adds an
Autohover/Autopilot function. It requires
prior installation of FSUIPC. Fully documented
and easy to install in your panel; includes
a list of tested helicopters (see README).
NOT FOR FSX ! By Rob Barendregt. 36K
This radar and modification of the original
FSX. You only see the aircraft in flight with
their data as their flight altitude, direction
XML-Gauge: 737-400 Autoland version 1.1.
The "NO WIND" version. This is a
simple xml-gauge you can use to make blind
landings with your default boeing 737-400.
Instructions can be found in the readme document
included in this folder. Willem Sophia. 16K
Airport Chart Gauge.
The gauge displays an airport layout using
data directly taken from FSX so that it will
match your actual flying conditions. It displays
runways, taxiways, parking, etc. By Holger