SOLO Airliner RS

5,978.22 

Flight Panel. Single seat. General & Commercial Aviation. Single & Twin engine. A tactile flight panel designed to let ATPL Student-Pilots evolve on their flight training at home. Mechanic radiostack integrated in the cockpit aside the touchscreen. Single & twin engine GA, Turbo-Prop & Turbo-Fan, all in the same flight panel simulator. As easy as selecting the desired cockpit display from the tactile screen menu. ATPL Student-Pilots can now complete their flight training lessons by practising at home with all 3 regular categories of airplanes flown during their flight license lessons. No matter if they are single or twin engine: Cessna 172, Cessna 182 RG, Mooney Bravo M20J, Baron B58, Boeing 737 and generic panels for single & twin engine on GA and turbo-prop airplanes.

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  • Technical Requirements

Multitude of panels in 1:
- Cessna 172
- Cessna 182 RG
- Mooney Bravo M20J
- Baron B58
- Boeing 737
- 4 generic panels for any single-engine and twin-engine aircraft, using piston and turbo prop.

Touch screen which offers a never ending array of functions.

Includes FMS-CDU so that you can create your own flight plans with B-737.

Boeing 737 incorporated systems are based on AEROSOFT Australia http://www.aerosoft.com.au/aerosoft_australia/home.html (+ $49 US for the purchase of the communications plugin).

9 types of panel:
- Generic panel for single-piston engine
- Generic panel for single turbo-prop engine
- Generic panel for twin-piston engine
- Generic panel for twin-engine turbo-prop
- Reactor Boeing 737
- Cessna C172
- Cesnna C182 RG
- Mooney Bravo M20J
- Baron B58

Multi-purpose: Analogue (for piston engines and turbo-prop), Glass Cockpit (for Boeing 737). Touch-screen technology. Touch screen to handle the Radiostack, automatic pilot, FMS-CDU and EFIS.

By pressing different icons on the touch screen, you can select the 9 aircraft panels. Using the generic panels, you can select 3 scaled backdrops for the Airspeed: 200kts., 400kts. and 600kts. and also selection of the type of directional indicator: Gyro or HSI.

When you choose a different type of engine (e.g. PISTON to TURBOPROP) you will be able to change the designation of the panel’s buttons through screen printed magnetic labels in a matter of seconds. 2 models:

Connectivity:
- Power line
- Power Supply a 115–230 VAC

Plug&Fly technology:
Connect a network cable to your Microsoft Flight Simulator (MFS)/Prepar3D computer, install a driver and take off to the skies!

Processor included to handle all of the indicators on the aircraft’s panel and Radiostack with a high ratio of frames per second. You will be able to use your MFS/Prepar3D’s resources solely for the scenarios

Simple installation:
Only a few minutes are needed

Price includes remote assistance to aid with set-up.

Weight SOLO Airliner RS: 29Kg.

Dimensions: 47cm. (Height) X 24cm. (Length) X 91cm. (Width).

SOLO Airliner models:
- SOLO Airliner: With Radiostack integrated into the touch screen.
- SOLO Airliner RS: With independent physical Radiostack.


Instruments:

Single & Twin piston engine Mode:
Lights panel: Beacon, Landing, Taxi, Nav., Strobe., Recog. Panel lights.
Switches: cowl flaps for left & right engine, fuel boost pump for left & right engine, prop. sync., speedbrake, Pitot heat, flaps control, parking break, carburetor heat for left & right engine, prop. de-ice.
Fuel panel: on, off and cross-feed for left & right engine.
Ignition panel: master avionics, battery on, alternator left engine, alternator right engine, magnetos 1 & 2 left engine, magnetos 1 & 2 right engine, prime for left & right engine. autopilot off.
Trim panel: elevator, rudder and aileron trim compensator wheels.
Other: Landing gear lever: with one red light for “In Trans” and three green lights for “Gear Down & Locked”. Chrono selector, clock, O.A.T. / Volts.
Indicators: IAS, attitude, altimeter, turn coordinator, HIS, climb rate, gyro-directional, VOR, flaps position; elevator, rudder and aileron trim position, landing gear position, compass, backlight information panel. Oil temperature and pressure for left & right engine, CHT / EGT for left & right engine, fuel pressure for left & right engine, manifold for left & right engine, RPM for left & right engine, VAC, fuel tank for left & right engine, alternator load for left & right engine, clock / chronometer.
Mechanic Radiostack: audiopanel, mark lights, automatic pilot (with Flight Director), comm1, comm2, nav1, nav2, DME (2 channels), ADF with decimals, transponder.

Single & Twin turbo-prop Mode:
Lights panel: Beacon, Landing, Taxi, Nav., Strobe.,Recog. Panel lights.
Switches: fuel valve for left & right engine, fuel boost pump for left & right engine, prop. sync., speed brake, Pitot heat, flaps control, parking break, De-ice wings, De-ice prop.
Fuel panel: on, off and cross-feed for left & right engine.
Ignition panel: master avionics, battery on, alternator left engine, alternator right engine, magnetos 1 & 2 left engine, magnetos 1 & 2 right engine, prime and start for left & right engine.
Trim panel: elevator, rudder and aileron trim compensator wheels.
Other: Landing gear lever: with one red light for “In Trans” and three green lights for “Gear Down & Locked”. Chrono selector, clock, O.A.T. / Volts.
Indicators: IAS, attitude, altimeter, turn coordinator, HIS, climb rate, gyro-directional, flaps position; elevator, rudder and aileron trim position, landing gear position, compass, backlight information panel. Oil temperature and pressure for left & right engine, fuel pressure for left & right engine, RPM for left & right prop., torque for left & right engine, ITT for left & right engine, VAC, fuel tank for left & right engine, alternator load for left & right engine, clock / chronometer.
Mechanic Radiostack: audiopanel, mark lights, automatic pilot (with Flight Director), comm1, comm2, nav1, nav2, DME (2 channels), ADF with decimals, transponder.

Twin turbo-fan Mode:
Lights panel: Landing, Taxi, Logo, Position, Anti-collision. Panel lights.
Switches: fuel valve for left & right engine, fuel boost pump for left & right engine, speed brake, autobrake for landing gear, Pitot heat, flaps control, parking break, De-ice wings, De-ice engines. EFIS selector: off, VOR 1, ADF 1.
Fuel panel: on, off and cross-feed for left & right engine.
Ignition panel: master avionics, battery on, generator left engine, generator right engine, start & hydraulic pump for left & right engine, TO/GA, autopilot off.
Trim panel: elevator, rudder and aileron trim compensator wheels.
Other: Landing gear lever: with one red light for “In Trans” and three green lights for “Gear Down & Locked”. Chrono selector, clock, O.A.T. / Volts.
Indicators: Primary Flight Display (PFD), Navigational Display (ND), EFIS, autopilot, EICAS, Flight Management System (FMS), flaps position, flaps transit and extended, landing gear position, landing gear transit and extended, speed break armed, speed brake extended. Elevator, rudder and aileron trim position, backlight information panel, clock / chronometer.
Mechanic Radiostack: audiopanel, mark lights, automatic pilot (with Flight Director), comm1, comm2, nav1, nav2, DME (2 channels), ADF with decimals, transponder.

Minimum requirements:
Computer with MFS/P3D, suitable for versions FS2004 (9), FSX (10) and Prepar3D V1 V2 V3, with conventional network data input. RJ45 (LAN).
Power outlet 110-230 vac, 50 – 60 Hz.

Recommendable requirements:
Flight controls: 1 Yoke + 1 complete set (Throttle, Propeller, Mixture) and 1 set of rudder pedals.

Other specifications:
Transport not included. Applicable fees or duties not included.
To run the Boeing 737 panel, you must install the server for the programme B-737 “aeroServer737” in the MFS/P3D computer. To purchase the licence (US$49) click on http://www.aerosoft.com.au/aerosoft_australia/home.html and follow the steps indicated for said installation.

Compatibility:
FS2004, FSX, Prepar3D V1 V2 V3.

Product Description

How is remote assistance requested?

By sending an email to info@virtual-fly.com and indicating your issue. Our technical support staff will provide you with instructions for working ONLINE.

How long is the warranty period for Virtual-Fly products?

Virtual-Fly is compliant with international legislation in force: 1 year for repair work and materials, and a further year solely for materials.

Does the control panel come fully assembled?

Yes, no extra assembly tasks are required.

What exactly is plug&fly technology?

All of the panels belonging to the SOLOFlightPanel and DUOFlightPanel family work with an internal computer. These computers connect to a MFS-Prepar3D via a network cable, no type of video cable or USB is needed.

Must I execute any driver on the computer that runs MFS/Prepar3D?

Yes, this is a small driver (communications plugin) which is supplied on a portable memory drive.

Must I have FSUIPC installed?

Yes, our panels work with both the free version as well as the paid version of FSUIPC. If you do not have either of the two, the free version will be supplied on a portable memory drive.

I do not know how to set up a computer network, will this cause me any problems in terms of start-up?

Not at all, our plugin recognises the computer that is on the network with MFS-Prepar3D and automatically connects. Should a connection not be successful, Virtual-Fly’s technical support team will connect remotely to activate your panel at no cost.

How can I select the instruments panel according to the aircraft type?

This is very simple. You only have to press on combination of keys on the panel.

Why is an internal computer included?

The internal computer carries out all of the functions of the instrument panel, along with the visualisation and movement of the instruments. For this reason, your computer with MFS can use all of its resources for the simulator’s scenarios.

With which aircraft is it compatible?

Our panels are compatible with all MFS-Prepar3D aircraft. However, there is a large family of manufacturers of ADDONS whose products we have tested and shown they work, e.g. CARENADO (100%).

What happens when I buy it?

Virtual -Fly starts working when the payment by bank transfer, Pay Pal or credit card is received. At that time, we pack the requested unit and sent directly to the customer’s home or manufacture it in the case of not having stock.

How to know when it will get my product?

The production and delivery deadlines are updated and specified in the budgets made with our sales department and the Web-Shop. Once the product is shipped you can ask for the tracking number that informs you on real time about where the product is and when will it arrive to you.

Is it easy to shift from single-engine piston aircraft to turbo-propeller or reactor aircraft?

Very easy and it only takes 20 seconds. You just have to press a key on the panel and stick in place a series of magnetic panels that change the descriptions of the functions of the engine start-up buttons, automatic pilot and EFIS.

What does (+ $49 US dollars) for Boeing 737 systems mean?

The client must buy the communications plugin (Aerosystems) linking MFS/Prepar3D and the Panel.
http://www.aerosoft.com.au/aerosoft_australia/buy.html.
This driver must be installed in the MFS/Prepar3D computer.

If I already own an Aerosystems licence, must I buy it again?

No, not at all.

Which simulation programs are they compatible with?

FSX, Prepar3D V1 V2 V3, FSX S.E.

What do I do when they deliver it to me?

Open the box and check that it’s there and the product´s unit is in perfect condition. If there is any damage to the box or the product, you must notify the shipping company’s employee to pursue the pertinent claim. Then follow the steps in the Instruction Manual or call us if you have any questions or queries.

Additional Information

Weight 29 kg
Dimensions 57 x 100 x 34 cm

OPTIONALS

faq

How is remote assistance requested?

By sending an email to info@virtual-fly.com and indicating your issue. Our technical support staff will provide you with instructions for working ONLINE.

How long is the warranty period for Virtual-Fly products?

Virtual-Fly is compliant with international legislation in force: 1 year for repair work and materials, and a further year solely for materials.

Does the control panel come fully assembled?

Yes, no extra assembly tasks are required.

What exactly is plug&fly technology?

All of the panels belonging to the SOLOFlightPanel and DUOFlightPanel family work with an internal computer. These computers connect to a MFS-Prepar3D via a network cable, no type of video cable or USB is needed.

Must I execute any driver on the computer that runs MFS/Prepar3D?

Yes, this is a small driver (communications plugin) which is supplied on a portable memory drive.

Must I have FSUIPC installed?

Yes, our panels work with both the free version as well as the paid version of FSUIPC. If you do not have either of the two, the free version will be supplied on a portable memory drive.

I do not know how to set up a computer network, will this cause me any problems in terms of start-up?

Not at all, our plugin recognises the computer that is on the network with MFS-Prepar3D and automatically connects. Should a connection not be successful, Virtual-Fly’s technical support team will connect remotely to activate your panel at no cost.

How can I select the instruments panel according to the aircraft type?

This is very simple. You only have to press on combination of keys on the panel.

Why is an internal computer included?

The internal computer carries out all of the functions of the instrument panel, along with the visualisation and movement of the instruments. For this reason, your computer with MFS can use all of its resources for the simulator’s scenarios.

With which aircraft is it compatible?

Our panels are compatible with all MFS-Prepar3D aircraft. However, there is a large family of manufacturers of ADDONS whose products we have tested and shown they work, e.g. CARENADO (100%).

What happens when I buy it?

Virtual -Fly starts working when the payment by bank transfer, Pay Pal or credit card is received. At that time, we pack the requested unit and sent directly to the customer’s home or manufacture it in the case of not having stock.

How to know when it will get my product?

The production and delivery deadlines are updated and specified in the budgets made with our sales department and the Web-Shop. Once the product is shipped you can ask for the tracking number that informs you on real time about where the product is and when will it arrive to you.

Is it easy to shift from single-engine piston aircraft to turbo-propeller or reactor aircraft?

Very easy and it only takes 20 seconds. You just have to press a key on the panel and stick in place a series of magnetic panels that change the descriptions of the functions of the engine start-up buttons, automatic pilot and EFIS.

What does (+ $49 US dollars) for Boeing 737 systems mean?

The client must buy the communications plugin (Aerosystems) linking MFS/Prepar3D and the Panel.
http://www.aerosoft.com.au/aerosoft_australia/buy.html.
This driver must be installed in the MFS/Prepar3D computer.

If I already own an Aerosystems licence, must I buy it again?

No, not at all.

Which simulation programs are they compatible with?

FSX, Prepar3D V1 V2 V3, FSX S.E.

What do I do when they deliver it to me?

Open the box and check that it’s there and the product´s unit is in perfect condition. If there is any damage to the box or the product, you must notify the shipping company’s employee to pursue the pertinent claim. Then follow the steps in the Instruction Manual or call us if you have any questions or queries.