FSX Three Panels For The Douglas DC-10
Three panels for the DC10 in FSX, each with sub-panel and popups. One analogue and two "ribbon gauge" panels. Compiled utilizing the best bitmap components from SGA, Dale Britton and Francisco Silva. Gauges by Ken Mitchell, Philippe Wallaert, Jacob Larsen, Marco Ravanello and Gianfranco Corria...
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- Microsoft Flight Simulator X (FSX) including Steam Edition & Prepar3D (P3D)
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Three panels for the DC10 in FSX, each with sub-panel and popups. One analogue and two "ribbon gauge" panels. Compiled utilizing the best bitmap components from SGA, Dale Britton and Francisco Silva. Gauges by Ken Mitchell, Philippe Wallaert, Jacob Larsen, Marco Ravanello and Gianfranco Corrias, Garrett Smith, Paul Scarratt, Eric Marciano, Matt Smith, Stefan Liebe, Doug Dawson and Richard Probst. Compatible with FS2004. 2D panels for the SGA DC-10 and similar models. By Ken Wigginton.
Screenshot of Douglas DC-10 panel.
Place the three panel folders in your DC-10 folder. Edit your aircraft cfg. to reflect which of my three panels you wish your DC-10(s) to utilize, as follows:
Extract the DC-10 Panel Project Gauges.zip to your main FSX "Gauges" folder.
Panel configs are pre-written to include CIVA INS (inertial navigation system). If you wish to utilize the CIVA Delco Carousel IV system, you must download and install the freeware.
CIVA INS is optional. You may fly the panels utilizing either radio magnetic and/or GPS navigation. And, CIVA is included in such a way as to not leave holes in the panels if not installed. However, I highly encourage you to take advantage of the CIVA freeware and learn to fly utilizing INS, if you have not already done so.
Extract the JELAIR-sounds.zip to your main FSX "Sound" folder.
A sample aircraft cfg. is included (absent your aircraft). This is included to give you guidance for interfacing with my panels with regard to radios, altimeters, ASIs, fuel tank selectors, smoke systems, GPWS and GWS. This cfg. is copied from my SGA DC-10 hangar. It includes the setup for Shockwave lights.
For those already familiar with add-on aircraft and panels, the foregoing is routine. However, for those that are new at this, Microsoft Flight Simulator's file structure and editing cfg. files can seem a bit daunting.
The archive fsx_dc-10_panel_project.zip has 9 files and directories contained within it.
This list displays the first 500 files in the package. If the package has more, you will need to download it to view them.
|Filename/Directory||File Date||File Size|
|FSX DC-10 Panel Project Readme.txt||07.31.12||8.58 kB|
|FSX DC-10 Panel Project.JPG||07.31.12||133.16 kB|
|Go to Fly Away Simulation.url||01.22.16||52 B|
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Does anyone know if the "IGSIM" FMCs are compatible with this panel? As much as I like the old school INS, it gets tedious loading 9 waypoints at a time on a long flight. I also would like to have the pre-arranged SIS/STAR and ILS frequencies provided with the payware item mentioned above.
Paul, download speed limits are removed once you register - that's the benefit of registering. Free downloads are limited to about 25-30 kb/s I think...
I had a look at you site to see if i could find a panel for a SGA Dc1030. I found the panel but having to wait 47 minutes to download a 70mb file, I will have to use another plane that has already its panel. What kind of computer are you running anyway....a Commodore 64?
Right now I have 11% downloaded and have another 43 minutes to go... No way! I won't even bother to register.