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Found a few bugs in the first release including one which stopped VNAV working on some (many) flight plans. Please use this to replace previous version. This is a new FMC loosely based on the popular FMC by Garrett Smith. It includes a full function VNAV system which can work on any length of Flight Plan, a radio Tuner, Maps, and easy to use GPS functions. It can be fitted to any aircraft although mostly oriented towards jet aircraft. Installation instructions included
Posted Jan 30, 2021 00:06 by G. Munro
3.21Mb (816 downloads)
This FSX GPS2020 gauge is based upon the original Microsoft gps_500 gauge. It substitutes the original gps_500 (it is developed for FSX, as yet untested on Prepar3D). Although the GPS2020 device is based on the original GPS500 code, it has become so different to the extent that we can no longer call this a "Garmin GPS 500", it is certainly not a replica of that real-life device (although all of the original features still are there). Hence the new name, in short "GPS2020".
Posted May 8, 2020 02:47 by uploader
7.59Mb (810 downloads)
This gauge has been developed for FSX Flight Simulator Acceleration. It should also work with FSX SP1/SP2 . The functionality of this gauge is based on the Rockwell Collins HGS which is designed for the B737NG . It works correct for FSX B737-800 models only !! The gauge has been developed as close as possible according to the HGS Pilot Guide from Rockwell Collins for normal operations. The HGS can be used during all phases of flight from takeoff to landing. This can include Ground Roll Guidance, all enroute operations and either non-precision or precision approaches. This gauge is very realistic. It supports the pilot particular during approach operations to meet always precise the runway touch down zone by keeping a 3° glide slope angle. Even for a visual approach maneuver the HGS supports the pilot to establish and maintain the aircraft on the proper glide path to the runway without reference to a ground based landing system like ILS. Technical descriptions and installations guide are included in the zip file for further information. Look at video also : https://youtu.be/mw4Q_eOWYtk By Dietmar Loleit
Posted Nov 7, 2019 07:53 by Dietmar Loleit
14.81Mb (365 downloads)
FS9/FSX/P3D Generic GCA Gauge V2.1. This V2.1 (October 2019) package contains three Ground Controlled Approach modules: Approach Pattern Control (APC), Precision Approach Radar (PAR), and a custom Autopilot (AP). You can request Pattern Control from 20 to 30 miles out, and the Approach Controller will set you up for a downwind, dogleg, or straight-in approach leading to a glideslope intercept from which to start the final descent. Taking over at the intercept, the PAR Controller will talk you down until "over the runway." The processes can be run either in "auto-learn" mode or in a range of manual modes creating challenges of varying difficulty. The project is highly indebted to Karol Chlebowski's AILA (Airborne Instrument Landing Approach) gauge, adapted by permission of the author, and Doug Dawson's sound gauge. FS9- specific modifications by Tom Gibson, historical research by Tom Harnish, GCA gauges and manual by Manfred Jahn. See https://youtu.be/MkCGDW1idm8 for a brief introductory video.
Posted Oct 30, 2019 04:40 by uploader
0.70Mb (152 downloads)
Photoreal Animated 2D Panel Yokes.Theese Gages were created to add more realism to the 2D panels especialy for models with no V.C.It is ment mostly for developers but if you follow the instructions you can add them to any of your 2D panels.There are two seperate Yokes one for the pilot and one for the F.O. that can be used at will as panel gauges or you can create a pop up window.The textures are of the King Air series (C90 B200 350 etc) but you can change them to any other yoke if you have a good photo of it.The yokes are rotating according to aileron position movement and are in 700x700 px 8 bit format for extra clarity. By Hellenic Aircraft/Yiannis Katehis Tsetsas 2019.
Posted Aug 1, 2019 06:15 by Yiannis Katehis Tsetsas
2.70Mb (1795 downloads)
FSX/P3D/FS2004 Synthetic ILS - for every runway at every airport in the Flight Simulator database, also for FS2004 and P3D AILA - Airborn Instrument Landing Approach system . Instrument enables selection of any of the 24,491 Airports that exist in Flt Sim database , then selection of any Runway at that Airport, then selection of either Rwy end. Airports can be selected at any global distance from aircraft. Distance Bearing and Steering arrow are displayed,the ILS aimpoint is computed at 6% of relevant Runway length and the ILS is full precision with usual ILS Deviation bars text data includes current, Glideslope, Height above Runway, Distance to touchdown aimpoint, offset (Circuit Width)from Runway centerline,full Airport name and details , enables precise rectangular standard circuits to be flown , also enables an Intercept position to be set at any desired distance prior to ILS aimpoint to easily align aircraft with the Runway. Also includes MARK POSITION capture of any location on earth and generation of a Synthetic Runway, ie. a paddock,a beach, a river, lake, sea, hardened rooftop or bridge, and subsequent ILS approach at that location. the default ILS Glideslope is the usual 3.00 degrees but any angle can be set. Can be used in any aircraft, Helicopter, cropduster, float plane, or fire fighting aircraft. 16 page notes PDF, an Airports ICAO PDF, and several descriptive screenshots. By Karol Chlebowski.
Posted Aug 30, 2018 12:55 by Karol Chlebowski
2.30Mb (198 downloads)
These FIPs consolidate some of my earlier FIPs for the default B58, into a cluster of 3 FIPs which together, will provide most of the interactivity for flying the default B58. Engine gauges, fuel pumps and other switches are contained within 1 FIP, another provides the avionics and the third has the AP, fuel gauges, landing gear lights, flaps indication lights and some electrical gauges. The engines gauge also has fuel tanks selector needles and a basic glidescope indicator included for use with NAV1.
Posted Jun 24, 2018 02:51 by Robert Budd