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    New: OpenCockpit Throttles

    MyCockpit ®PRODUCT RELEASE: AIRBUS & BOEING THROTTLES


    AIRBUS THROTTLE

    Principales Features:
    - 99% Metal builded.
    - Motorized by high torque and quality motor.
    - All pieces are cutted by laser, that gives a perfect precission.
    - Compatible with Project Magenta, AirSimTech, FS2004, FSX, X-Plane and also totally configurable by user.
    - G.C. Indicator wheel builded in backlightable material.
    - Reverse levers return automatically to their iddle position.
    - All legends are silkscreened with high quality inks.
    - Trim wheels completely operative and functional.
    - Interfaced by SIOC.
    - G.C. works solidary with the trim wheels.
    - A/T button disconnect implemented.
    - Fully Designed by Opencockpits Team.
    - Completely assembled and tested in our facilities.
    - Special protection layer paint. Painting finished with pro systems.
    - Completely backlighted legend, to operate by night.

    Price: 2.099 Euros (+IVA)

    Special offer until November, 8th, under pre-order (With deposit payment): 1.799 Euros (+IVA)



    BOEING THROTTLE

    Principales Features:
    - 99% Metal builded, only exception of legends.
    - Levers milled from an aluminum block wich gives an extreme hardness.
    - All pieces are cutted by laser, that gives a perfect precission.
    - Compatible with PMDG, Project Magenta, FlightDesk software, On-737, FS2004, FSX, X-Plane and also totally configurable by user.
    - Spoiler and Flaps levers made by milling an aluminum block also.
    - Parking brake lever works as real, you need to release it by pushing both pedals brakes.
    - Movement of levers done by high torque motors.
    - Silkscreneed knobs made with very hard resine.
    - Newest clutch and transmission system.
    - Interface through SIOC language
    - Trim needles completely operatives.
    - Trim Wheels are motorized also by high torque motors.
    - TOGA and A/T buttons implemented.
    - Fully designed by Opencockpits Team.
    - Assembled and tested completely in our facilities.
    - Special protection layer paint. Painting finished with pro systems.
    - Completely backlighted legend, to operate by night.

    Price: 2.499 Euros (+IVA)

    Special offer until November, 8th, under pre-order (With deposit payment): 2.179 Euros (+IVA)



    WWW.OPENCOCKPITS.COM



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    Re: New: OpenCockpit Throttles

    I would like to see more pictures (at close up), legends in detail and know more about the operation. Functionong of flap lever, independent reversers, stab trim and autopilot cutout switches, possibility to control thrust levers when auto throttle is engaged, etc.????

    So we can evaluate against another new product.

    JWS

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    Re: New: OpenCockpit Throttles

    Hi, Just visit their website and you will see more information and pictures.

    Cheers.

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    Re: New: OpenCockpit Throttles

    Alex,

    I did and that is why I asked these questions because there are no pictures that give more details and the technical info is rather general.

    JWS

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    Re: New: OpenCockpit Throttles

    Wow these units look seriously good but as much as I am a fan of Opencockpits hardware I think I'd be looking for some indepth info, lots of photos, a video of the units in operation and a comprehensive review by Mycockpit before shelling out over 2000 Euros.

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    Re: New: OpenCockpit Throttles

    JWS,

    From what I have heard (very reliable source) these units will be presented at the FS weekend, .. so we will get a chance to actually touch and play with them.

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    Re: New: OpenCockpit Throttles

    I'm certainly gonna visit your booth at FS Weekend to see this!
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