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    Brand New 'Boeing Style' Rudder Pedals & More...


    Brand New 'Boeing Style' Rudder Pedals & More...By Logitech

    Flight System G940

    From takeoff to landing, flying with Logitech® Flight System G940 makes every aircraft behave and feel like the real thing. Feel wind on your wings. Control engines together or independently. And master tricky maneuvers. Just like you would in a real cockpit.

    Realism: Authentic design: Every piece of Logitech® Flight System G940 is carefully crafted with realism in mind. We looked to military and commercial planes and helicopters for inspiration. You get an experience that’s more realistic and more fun, with important controls that look, feel, and work just like the real thing.

    Control: Force feedback joystick: Control your aircraft with confidence. Force feedback effects allow you to feel its movement as well as its reaction to wind shear, buffeting, turbulence, and g-forces.
    Dual throttle: Precisely control multi-engine aircraft using the two 8-way hat switches. Or lock the levers when you need to operate your engines in sync.
    Rudder pedals with toe brakes: Enjoy true-to-life rudder control, essential when you’re performing defensive maneuvers and crosswind landings, or piloting helicopters.
    Interactive, programmable throttle-base buttons: Keep in control with buttons that illuminate red, green, amber, or off to indicate the status of critical aircraft systems gear up, flaps down, and many others just like they would in a real cockpit.

    Durability: Hard points: All three components (joystick, throttle, and pedals) can be bolted to a table or other surface for a solid experience.

    Compatibility: Game support: Works with PC flight simulators including Microsoft® Flight Simulator X, IL-2 Sturmovik: 1946, Falcon: Allied Force, Lock On: Modern Air Combat X-Plane 9, Enemy Engaged 2, and DCS: Black Shark

    System Requirements
    PC with Windows® XP or Windows Vista®
    CD-ROM drive
    Internet connection required for installation
    25 MB of available hard drive space
    USB 2.0 port
    AC power connection (110-230v)

    I-FORCE Force Feedback Technology Licensed from Immersion Corporation.
    Logitech Gaming Software for Windows.

    Technical Specifications:
    Precision force feedback
    2-stage metal trigger
    POV Control Switch
    8-way hat switch
    Six programmable buttons
    Pinkie shift button
    Three analog trim controls
    Contactless X & Y positional sensor
    Rubber feet with base mounting points

    Dual throttle:
    Split design throttle with interlock and adjustable tension
    Two 4-way hat switches
    Four programmable buttons on grip
    Two rotary analog controls
    Eight programmable base buttons with independent interactive LED backlighting and user changeable legends
    3-position mode switch
    Rubber feet with base mounting points

    Rudder pedals:
    Realistic rudder pedals with stainless steel treads
    Toe brakes
    Adjustable resistance control
    Retractable carpet lock
    Rubber feet with base mounting points
    All buttons, switches, and axes are fully programmable
    8-foot (2.4-meter) cable connector


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    Last edited by AlexJ; 09-17-2009 at 01:30 PM.
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