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    Question Plug and play overhead?

    Just a quick question, I am aware of symultory having a plug and play or there about overhead for 737, But at this stage I am a little hesitant to purchase any of there products.
    Is there any other companies that provide a plug and play overhead.
    I also would also like to hear some feedback from people who have purchased a plug and play overhead, or there about.

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    Last edited by QF6228; 12-27-2007 at 04:34 PM.

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    Flightdecksolutions.com
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    B737-700 Posky
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    Hi Damien,

    Other companies offering PnP overheads are:

    Flight Deck Solutions
    Cockpitsonic
    FlyEngravity

    Please check them out!
    Luis Gordo
    Instructor StationTM - www.iStationGordo.com

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    Thanks.

    If anybody has or had any of these products, I would love to hear some feedback good and bad.

    Thanks again guys

    Damien

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    Gidday Damian,
    I have purchased the "Cockpitsonic" overhead panel "plug'n'play", you need just to connect 5V/12V and 9 USB Ports, and run their TEMPEST software on the client, connected to the overhead's USBs - that's it!
    http://www.cockpitsonic.com/oxid.php...-and-prewired/

    I can recommend it!

    Cheers
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    www.fly737.com

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    Thanks René

    I guess thats the price of most P&P options $5000eur, for me that would convert to $DEVORCEaus.... Maybee it's worth it hehehe.

    Damien

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    I built this one (almost finished) and used FDS panels ,hardware and the New Overhead frame, but they sell the whole overhead P&P. Very nice product.
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    That does look very nice. I guess we are looking for plug and play simply to cut out all of the wiring and placing together part.
    FDS looks like the best option for us price wise, U.S dollar is not that bad compared to the AUS at the moment

    Damien

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    Actually the wiring is now very simplified with direct connectors to the annunciators...and progamming the software is really fast and easy.
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