PFC introduces Helicopter Pedals.
We are introducing the first component of our helicopter controls with our all new USB Helicopter Pedals. Later this year we will be introducing more controls for the rotor wing enthusiasts.
Precision Flight controls have recently announced that they have come up with a range of helicopter pedals that come with anti torque capability.
They have named it as the Cirrus range of pedals. These pedals are made out of solid metal and provide precise grip and control for the helicopter flight pilot. The cirrus rudder pedals are available both for general aviation flights and jet flights.
The cirrus pedal for general aviation flights comes with a base that is coated with powdered aluminum to provide the required strength. These rubber pedals come with potentiometers that provide the capability of proportional toe braking to the flight pilots.
These pedals can be connected to a personal computer and also to Mac machine through a USB device. This pedal is perfectly compatible with Microsoft Flight Simulator 9x and X-Plane 8.9. The cirrus rudder pedals for jets come with a solid steel base and the high impact steel pedals are connected to a tiller bar steel design. This pedal moves the jet forward and back, just like the movement happening in a real jet plane.
Similar to the general aviation rudder pedals, Cirrus jet pedals are also fitted with potentiometers that provide the capability of proportional toe braking to the pilots. Cirrus range of pedals for jet flights are compatible with all the products released by PFC including fitment with the Jetliner column code. These cirrus pedals for jet flights weight 19 pounds and has a width of 16 inches and a height of 12 inches.
This pedal is compatible with xFlight8.9 and Microsoft Flight Simulator 9.x.
In addition to the cirrus range of pedals, PFC has also come with single professional rudder pedals for general aviation flights and dual professional rudder pedals for general aviation flights. Thus PFC has come with a wide range of rudder pedals that is compatible with different flight simulation software and personal desktop systems.
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