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    New USB MCP in the market

    Hello, I found a new developer in Brazil for cockipts hardware. The MCP has a USB connection and uses technology developed by the virtualavionics to communicate with the fs.







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    Re: New USB MCP in the market

    looks great!! Thanks for tip! Does anyone have a price on this unit and is there a EFIS unit available?

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    Re: New USB MCP in the market

    Thanks for sharing that information.

    Do you think they can send to Europe?

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    Re: New USB MCP in the market

    Hi!! I dont know about sales to europe, but i can ask.

    About the price and efis i will check ok?

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    Re: New USB MCP in the market

    looks very cool! how has he interface the MCP with PMDG? don't you need the offsets?

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    Re: New USB MCP in the market

    Hi,

    The offsets for EFIS e MCP of PMDG are available in the internet. This MCP use offsets e keyboard commands to work.

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    Re: New USB MCP in the market

    any news about the Efis release?

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    Re: New USB MCP in the market

    Yes, very soon efis and radios are ready. Regards!!
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