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Delco Carousel IV-A INS Gauges Released

Last updated Mon, 02 Apr 2012 18:04:12 GMT
Originally posted on Thu, 23 Dec 2004 09:00:00 GMT

Now available from SimuFly is v1.30 of Delco Carousel IV-A INS Gauges. This inertial naviation system is suitable for both FS2004 and FS2002. For full details, click on Read More.

Version 1.30 of the Delco Carousel IV-A Inertial Navigation System Gauges for Microsoft Flight Simulator 2004 and 2002 are available for download at


Version 1.30 includes:

  • Fix: Wrong INS behavior when flown across the 180 degrees meridian
  • Fix: Action Code 06 Malfunction Code 56 not clearable even after the difference between inertial and displayed position has been brought back within limit (3+(3*T))
  • Fix: Corrected the way the RIGHT Data Display is managed during a Manual Update. Bug was a side affect of a fix introduced in version 1.10
  • New: Bright "SimIcon" gauges. Two new CDU and MSU SimIcon gauges have been added. They are bright at night. See Panel Integration Manual
  • New: Luminous "SimIcon" gauges. Two new CDU and MSU SimIcon gauges have been added. They are bright at night if panel lights are on. See Panel Integration Manual
  • New: C/C++ SDK Version 1.1
    New Output Values:
    • INS Logical State (Off, Stby, Align, Nav, Att)
    • INS Performance Index (PI) value (0~9)
    See SDK Manual for more details

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Ian Stephens

Ian Stephens

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