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    Posted: Apr-11-2012 at 12:07pm
Hi Everyone,
 
Below is a list of hardware compatible with the iFly models. There is no difference with hardware compatible with the FSX and Pro version as they use the exact same FSX Version.
 
More hardware will be compatible for FS9 after the release of the feature pack
 
Goflight
 
All Goflight hardware is currently compatible
 
Open Cockpits
 
Open Cockpits : All current hardware is compatible, Specific item need to be verified with Open Cockpits.
 
CPFlight/ Engravity
 
MCP and EFIS Pro/EL are full compatible.
Pedestel with radios and fire panel are fully compatible
FMC driver available in the forums for FSX users. FS9 version will be released with the Feature pack.
Overhead functionality - This was delayed by CPflight maybe be available in 3-4 months.
The MCP and EFIS issues FS9 users experience will be solved by the release of the Feature Pack.
 
Flight Deck Solutions
 
The Software is fully compatible with the Jetmax range from FDS
 
FSC
 
We offer a driver for the motorised throttle available for registered user in the hardware forum.  
VRInsight
 
MCP, CDU and New overhead are fully compatible driver are available from them.
 
 
Sismo Soluciones 
 
All Sismo Hardware modules are fully compatible with the iFly 737NG for further information please visit their website.
 
Revolution throttle
 
A beta driver was made available on Sunday 8th of April
 
 
The iFly FSUIPC tool available for all models means most hardware controller board can be programmed to operate all aircraft function. Many users have fully working home built overheads and main instrument panels.
Cheers

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