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    New SimKits Rudder Pedals


    The all new TRC Rudder Pedals with Proportional Brake System are an exact replica of the rudder pedals found in many aircraft.
    Produced from a stainless steel rudder system with die-cast aluminium rudder pedals (original aircraft parts) and a powder coated, 3 mm. thick stainless steel case, these rudder pedals are really heavy duty!
    The proprotional toe brake system let you use the brake to control the aircraft when on the ground precisely.

    The high quality brass damper will ensure more feeling and back pressure to give the rudder pedals a better realistic feeling.

    The Rudder Pedal System is the only one on the market resembling the original parallel travel as in real aircraft.

    From now on the Rudder Pedal system is equipped with an AD Converter, which translates the analog signal to a digital signal. This AD converter improves the precision of the potentiometers enormously from 256 steps to 1024 steps for each potentiometer.

    The rudder pedals can be connected to the CCU or via USB and is recognized under USB as a standard control device by the PC. Therefore you can use it with any flight simulator software.

    Due to the special design, the TRC Rudder Pedals can be easily interconnected together at any time to create a dual rudder control system, by simply adding the low cost Rudder Coupler (EUR 78.00). When you'd like to create a dual rudder control, just order another set of Rudder Pedals and the Rudder Coupler. There is no need to use an additional USB port or an additional CCU connection for the dual rudder system. The additional rudder set only connects the two rudder systems mechanically together.

    The pedals have their own USB controller incorporated, but they can also be connected directly to the SimKits CCU, up to your choice.

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    Last edited by AlexJ; 01-07-2010 at 09:05 AM.

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