Logitech Saitek - Pro Flight Radio Panel1

Logitech Saitek - Pro Flight Radio Panel

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  • Logitech Saitek - Pro Flight Radio Panel1


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Upgrade your flight simulation experience for Microsoft Flight Simulator X with the Saitek Pro Flight Radio Panel.

A set of switches and LED displays for use in controlling various aspects of flight simulation

o COM1/COM2/NAV1/NAV2 function
o DME/ADF/XPDR functions

* Works with Microsoft Flight Simulator 2004, Flight Simulator X, Flight Simulator X Steam Edition, Lockheed Martin Prepar3D, X-Plane and more
* LED displays work fully in real time with your Flight Simulator removing the need to bring the radio stack up on screen
* Standby switch - set your standby frequencies and then set to active at the touch of a button
* Twin concentric adjustment dials adjust frequency units incrementally for quicker selection of your required frequency
* Mounts onto the Pro Flight Yoke System (sold separately) or into your own home cockpit setup
* Multiple Radio Panels will allow simultaneous display of the various radio stack functions
* Compatible: Windows XP or later

Connectivity: USB 1.1/2.0

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This product was added to our catalog on Monday 06 July, 2009.
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