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    737 clock

    Hi

    Anyone know where to source parts and / or how to build the clock guage on the left hand side of the Pilots panel?

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    Ralph
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    I have a smart looking stopwatch mounted on my MIP there, it looks good and works!

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    Flightillusion announced one about a year ago, but i dont think they started selling yet. I think the clock is also part of PM now.

    Latest NG's have LCD clocks which can be nicely emulated this way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RalphW View Post
    Hi

    Anyone know where to source parts and / or how to build the clock guage on the left hand side of the Pilots panel?

    Thanks

    Ralph
    London, UK
    As Stef said, the clock is part of the PFD/ND Screen in PM.
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    B737 Clock

    If you are looking for a B737 clock then check

    www.cockpitsonic.de

    The clock has a USB interface. I have two of them in my B737 MIP. Working very well.

    Ruediger

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    Here is a look at the one in PM... Yes I know it is in the wrong place!! Freeks.... http://www.mycockpit.org/photopost/s....php?photo=664
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    You can build an analog clock from a cheap quartz movement that keeps time as well as anything else.

    I guess that would look out of place in a glass cockpit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boeing Skunk Works View Post
    You can build an analog clock from a cheap quartz movement that keeps time as well as anything else.

    I guess that would look out of place in a glass cockpit.

    Well not as much as one might think.. I am thinking about this as well as I have started needing a timer.. Blasted real life crap!!
    Bob Reed

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    I purchased the Flight Illusions one back in Nov. '06 and have yet to see it. I did get the flap gauge which I love so I hope the wait for the clock is going to be worth it.
    Lyle Kirgan
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    Quote Originally Posted by Delphi View Post
    If you are looking for a B737 clock then check

    www.cockpitsonic.de

    The clock has a USB interface. I have two of them in my B737 MIP. Working very well.

    Ruediger
    They also look great. Would like to add that Mathias (read cockpitsonic) gives great support.

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