Category: Angel Sim

Angel Sim-Avionics Suite

Featuring six never before seen Aviation Gauges.

Modeled after existing real world Avionics Systems.

Including Two EFIS Primary Flight Displays, Three EFIS Navigation Displays, and a Radio Control Unit.

Featuring a variety of common Aviation Systems, modeled with great accuracy and detail to provide the Simulator Pilot with enhanced realism the Avionics Suite by Angel Simulations is a particularly useful tool for the Simulator Pilot to out fit there age fleets with more capable instrumentation and bring them into the age of modern aviation.

With many hundreds of hours spent researching, developing, testing, and refining those precision instruments are just that; precise. Using high quality imagery Angel Simulations has brought for crisp and clear displays, intricate as they are beautiful.

The Avionics Suite V1.09.10 hosts a vast array of useful avionics found in many aircraft flying today. In fact Angel Simulations was inspired to build the avionics suite after noticing the lack of real world gauges model for the Simulator pilot. Has aircraft developed earlier on in aviation history cross-over into the current modern and demanding aviation world, aviation manufacturers seek to provide pilots with increased situational awareness and make them subsequently more capable by providing them with up-to-date avionics. The Avionics Suite package hosts the following:

Electronic Flight Instrument System 1

Primary Flight Display & Navigation Display

Customizable software that always users to outfit virtually any aircraft in their fleet with this Electronic Flight Instrument System providing, a clear and crisp readout for navigation and flying.

The system has been installed on many aircraft around the world, such as the 747-200 (2) (3) (4). The Primary Flight Display (PFD) will indicate Aircraft Attitude (Pitch & Roll), Aircraft Relative Speed (Knots), the Flight Director path, Radar Altitude (Below 2500 ft), DME1 & DME2 Distances (If applicable | Nautical Miles). Software updates to come may show Autopilot Indications (Although this is not a true feature of the system, it may be added for some users | Contact PR).

The Navigation Display provides indications for instruments such as the RMI, HSI, True Airspeed (Knots), Ground Speed (Knots), True Heading, Distances (Nautical Miles), ETA (HR,MIN), Navigation Source Indication and over 300 Nautical Miles worth of Navigation information/data.

Electronic Flight Instrument System 2 – Navigation Display

Modeled after the EFI-40/50 by Bendix King/Honeywell (Brochure Download) this extremely versatile instrument is great for General Aviation & Commercial Aviation uses, it host many useful feature all at your finger tips, all on one display.

The EFIS 2 allows for radio magnetic indication substituting an RMI, it provides VOR1/VOR2/ADF information (If applicable), HSI function, weather information (wind direction & velocity), autopilot information, course, and flight plan information.

The instrument is in use in many general aviation aircraft and regional aircraft such as the Embraer 120 Brasilia.

Electronic Flight Instrument System 3

Primary Flight Display & Navigation Display

Electronic Flight Instrument System Set Three features a Primary Flight Display & Navigation Display (Along with Navigation Display Controller) modeled after the Universal Avionics EFI-500 Models, featuring a Primary Flight Display indicating aircraft attitude, speed, vertical speed, radar altitude, decision height, and flight director path.

The beautiful navigation display offers two distinct monitor pages providing a HSI, Heading Indicator, Distance, Desired Track, Ground Speed, Course, Weather Information (Wind Direction & Velocity), Vertical Speed Indication, Radio Information (VOR1/VOR2/ADF if applicable), and of course the valuable moving map capable of providing up to 320 Nautical Miles worth of navigation information/data.

Radio Control Unit

The Radio Control Unit (RCU) provides the pilot of any general aviation or commercial aviation fixed-winged or rotor-winged aircraft with unsurpassed communications reliability, functionality, efficiency, and capability.

Providing the capability to tune over six different communications devices, the Radio Control Unit also provides information on nearby radio stations such as frequencies and identifications.

It also the pilot to tune to the nearest Communications, Navigation or Non-Directional Beacon with the push of a button. Two guarded emergency switches provide instantaneous tunning of COM1 121.500 and Transponder Code 7700.

Adjustable screen allows is great for night time flying. Future releases will offer different casing color variations and added functionality