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Started by Bob Reed, May 27, 2011, 04:37:14 pm

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Bob Reed

Is there any stand alone (networkable) gauge software out there?

Kennair

For networkable steam gauges Bob I would recommend [url-http://cockpitsolutions.com/]FSXpand[/url].  Don't know of much else out there for analogue instrumentation.

Ken.
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jackpilot

May 28, 2011, 04:42:40 am #2 Last Edit: May 28, 2011, 04:44:38 am by jackpilot
Bob, for a networkable IFR twin you cant beat PM GA. steam or glass.
You may even use the 767 GC option


Jack

Bob Reed

I have those Jack, in fact  am using part of the GC glass in my cockpit. The problem is they don;t have all the engine gauges I need to fly the B200.

jackpilot

The ideal would be to add the Flightillusion Engine gauges stack!! combined with PM Glass gauges. (save save save  :D)


Jack

Bob Reed

I agree but I want to fly fly fly right now.. I am still figurung out how to work it all out.I need the gauges temporarily as I am setting everything up.

blueskydriver

Bob,

We're flying right now, but what about making the gauges in FS Panel Studio for testing? It would not be networkable, but you'd get the positons down at least. FS Panel Studio works with FS9 and FSX.

Otherwise, if someone knows how to network FS Panel to be a stand-alone over the network. Normally, these are just editing the panels with FS9 and FSX, but who knows; maybe, some technical person could come up with a fix...

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Bob Reed

Well I was flying last night that is how I came to the conclusion I need the gauges now. Hard to fly the Beech turbos without the right gauges. We are off for the afternoon

jackpilot

Put the engine gauges on a specific panel in the panel cfg (ex:replace the panel that shows the throttle and which you do not need) call that panel on the screen undock it to another monitor of the same computer.
Steam gauges do not impact FPS that much.


Jack

MLeavy737

Bob,
  Which gauges do you need exactly? Send a pic and ill see if i cant make a few for ya.

Mike Leavy
The 737 800/900... Fastest airplane with the gear down!

Bob Reed

I need the engine set for the kingair B200. Does that help?

Kennair

Hey Bob, HERE's something that might be promising even if for testing only.  It's for an ATR72 but might translate to the B200.  Otherwise FSXpand has a full set of turbine engine instruments that you can run over a network.

Ken.
Intel i73770K | 16Gb RAM | GTX680 | Win7-64 | TH2GO | 3 x 42" FHD LCD TV's | FDS CDU | OC MCP, EFIS, COMMS | Aerosim Throttle | Sim-Avionics DSTD+ | FSX P3D XP10 | FTX | FSGRW | REX2E | Aivlasoft EFB| PFPX | FTG |Kennair

MLeavy737

Bob,
  Ill see if can find some good pics and throw something together quick. Flying my ass off lately, might not be right away though.

ML
The 737 800/900... Fastest airplane with the gear down!

Bob Reed

Mike, thanks! Ken wow that might do it. Looking now..

Bob Reed

Checked them out. I will dld them tomorrow and see what I can do with them.

G-BVOB

Bob,

This site looks interesting as a possible source for networked clockwork gauges. www.thegaugesfactory.org

Jon
[url="//www.g-bvob.net"]www.g-bvob.net[/url] (ftp://www.g-bvob.net)

Bob Reed

Yes it does. Thanks for the link Jon!

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