267: New Gauges are Here

Pardon to those who expressed interests to my integrated gauges proposed in Post 250: New Gauges – Sorry, Not Free back in June.   Finally, they are here.   Extra displays for VOR and NDB directions are added as a making up for the delay of them.


Although these two new integrated gauges are not free, one could save the extra Saitek Flight Instrument Panels (FIPs) needed in standalone VORs and ADF setup.

Anyone interested could click HERE for details.   Download links will be sent via email within 48 hours once notice received; unless I am away from the workstation.

BTW, you might have noticed the Donation banner I finally added to the right hand column after talking about the idea for nearly two years.   Any donation, though not necessary, serves to be appreciation and encouragement for all the works and creations I share, and keep FSX Times going.

20 thoughts on “267: New Gauges are Here

  1. Worked out of the box and look really great. I have 9 FIPs at the moment, that’s what my hardware panel can take at maximum. Given I use one for RPM and one for Fuel etc. there’s just one left. Now I could add ILS/VOR/ADF. Very nice work.

    Kind regards, Michael


  2. salut Tom j’ai fait la transaction pour obtenir la jauge ALT je l’attend avec beaucoup intérêt. félicitation pour les réalisations que tu fait cordialement Alain
    Hello Tom I made the transaction(deal) to obtain the capacity ALT I waits for him(it) with a lot interest. Congratulation for the realizations which you makes cordially Alain


  3. Hello Tom, Fantastic work yet again.
    I finally have some time again for flightsims.
    Thinking about purchase as they could be welcome additions :)


  4. Those are some beautiful gauges Tom! Some of the best work I’ve seen you do. I will be purchasing when I get back into the sim room.


  5. Do you have full size/separate C172 gauges for VOR1, VOR2, ADF and heading indicator. I have 10 FIPs and your C172 gauge set, so the above generic instruments don’t match. Happy to pay something.

    Please advise

    Thanks Brian

    Sent from my Windows 8 Phone


  6. Wow, that’s a lot of info on one Gauge Tom; well done. For people with limited gauges this is certainly a welcome bonanza.

    Can you give us an idea of what you might have coming down the pike? With 12 gauges, I am most interested in single or maybe 2 to 3 in one; but am always interested in anything you come up with.

    Rick S.

    BTW, the root problem of my crash turned out to be bad memory!


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