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With a long, gloried and storied past in the development of quality hardware solutions for the flight simulation market, developers Marco Ravenello and Gianfranco Corrias have announced the release of v1.10 build 1576 of their Delco Carousel IV-A inertial navigation system gauges.
It is now available from SimuFly, and this inertial navigation system is suitable partner for both Microsoft Flight Simulator 2004 and 2002. Considered to be the pioneers in the field, Delco Carousel has worked hard to reach at the pinnacle of simulation products yet managing.
This new version includes fixes and enhancements, and in each inertial navigation system unit there is more than one CDU. These gauges are developed in such a way that while comparing to the real instrument it can displays work exactly as the real ones and all switches and keys work exactly as the real ones. In detail, this new version correctly displays ground speed, distance between way points, inertial position, displayed position, wind speed , wind direction, action and malfunction codes and so.
These gauges are developed together with and tested by professional pilots. It is coded in pure ‘C’ language, consists 22,000 lines of code. It can be installed on almost any flight simulator panel. Free usage is another important feature. Additional features include automatic data entry unit, flight simulator situation save and reload, simulated external power and per panel based saved data. And more it provides or fully reproduces triple mixing functionality, manual position update, single DME update dual DME update, DME slant calculation and removal.
Much more to say about the features, it comes bundled with a lot many features to be a darling in the aviation industry.
Delco Carousel IV-A INS gauges version 1.10 for Microsoft Flight Simulator 2002 and 2004 are now available at http://www.simufly.com/ins/. New version include both fixes and enhancements like the possibility to have more than one CDU for each INS unit.