The Instrument Radio Stack is full scaled and real shaped of the radio stack found in actual aircraft.
The Instrument Radio Stack is compatible with default Microsoft Flight Simulator X and 2004 aircraft and most available add-ons (Wilcoâ€™s, PMDGâ€™s, Level-Dâ€™s and PSSâ€™s).
It simply connects to a USB port and/or power supply adaptor (DC 5V supplied).
- Same functionality and appearance as real Radio Stack
- Adopting red color 7-segments and tact switches getting close to realistic
- Adopting luminous tact switches confirms the engagement
- Integrated unit with all radio stack units; COM1/2, NAV1/2, ADF, DME, TRANSPONDER, AUTO-PILOT unit
- Realistic concentric radio knobs
- All metal cases (Metal rack included)
- One year warranty
- USB interface type to computer
- External power requirement : DC 5V adapter
- 22cm (L) * 31cm (W)
- 2.5Kg (with rack)
- Flight simulator 2004 / FSX by Microsoft
The connection between Instrument Radio Stack and your computer is made using a USB cable that plugs into one USB port on your computer. If you want to use a USB hub, be sure that the USB hub must compliant with USB 2.0 standard. Otherwise it may cause a malfunction.
When you connect Instrument Radio Stack to your computer the first time, your computer will detect it and will describe the process step by step.
Power supplying of Instrument Radio Stack is done by universal power supply adapter DC 5V (Included in package). Make sure that before trying to operate Instrument Radio Stack, you must connect the universal power supply adapter first in order to prevent malfunction.
Before trying to operate, be sure that all 7-segments are lighting up.
Note: A power adapter may be required to convert Euro-style power plug to match the outlet type for your country. In most cases The FlightSim Store can supply these on request for a nominal fee.