284: AirSpeed Indicator & Turn Coordinator

The AirSpeed Indicator and Turn Coordinator of my C172 Integrated Gauge project have just been completed.   Both are equipped with the Automatic Installer.

C172_ASCLK_150501  C172_TCBAL_150507

Features on the gauges are straight-forward and their operations have been demonstrated in the videos shown in Post 283.

Two things worth mentioning are:

  •  The True AirSpeed Dial on the ASI gauge rotates automatically according to the current indicated airspeed.  So the TAS knob shown is purely a decoration.
  • The SRT display on the Turn Coordinator represents the Angle required for a Standard Rate Turn according to the current indicated airspeed.

Discount notifications have been sent to all existing paid-gauge users by emails.

Any others who are interested in these two gauges could click HERE for details.   Download links will be sent via email within 48 hours after notice received.

EDIT:
On this Mother’s Day, I am happy to give the same discount to all other people who are interested in these two gauges as well.   This Mother’s Day Discount Page will be valid for the next 24 hours from now till to 12 PM tomorrow UTC.

 

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4 thoughts on “284: AirSpeed Indicator & Turn Coordinator

  1. Dear Tom,

    have you already sent out the download links for those two gauges? May I also ask you to sent the download links again for the older gauges with installer. Somehow your email is gone.

    Kind regards,

    Karsten Jaeger

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  2. Hello Tom. I am sorry to pot my reply here as I find no other way to contact you. I am running Prepar3d 2.5 but so far I am not able to make the Gauges work. I have searched high and low and it seems an issue of the Simconnect version. I cannot even make the Gauges work with the Saitek provided software. Can you share some details of your setup and obviously works fantastic.
    Much appreciated and sorry for bothering you.
    Edgard

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    1. Hi Edgard,
      Have you created the exe.xml and DLL.XML in the directory where your Prepar3D.cfg locates (e.g. C:\Users\Tom\AppData\Roaming\Lockheed Martin\Prepar3D v2) ?
      P3D doesn’t like FSX which has the exe.xml and DLL.XML in the cfg folder by default.
      Also, have you installed the FSUIPC for Prepar3D ?
      You need to have both the exe.xml and DLL.XML and also the FSUIPC in order to use Saitek gears.
      If you run FSX before, copy the two files from your fsx.cfg directory to your prepar3D.cfg directory. If needed, edit the two files for necessary changes.
      If above doesn’t help, you need to specific more about your situation.
      Tom

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