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AirManager b4 works great with the PA-44

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I have now almost finalized my PA-44 screen in AirManager.

It works really well on my 4 screen setup.

My 4 screen setup I use, I also have 3 other laptops and tablets I use for plates etc.

As can be seen here. I use different controls for different aircraft.

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Com GA Pilot, Retired • X-P 11.41 and 11.50RC1 or latest • MSFS 2020 • Gigabyte 8th gen lga1151 motherboard z2370 hd3, i5 8600 8th gen 4.3ghz, Thermaltake 750w power supply, 4 x 8gb ddr4 dimm, MSI force GTO 1070 8gb ddr5, 4 SSD's • 4K main display with 3 HD displays, one is a touch screen. Often used as 3 1080P NVIDEA surround screens and one HD touchscreen for AirManager

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Impressive. I hold an AirManager license myself but didn't make much use of it under MSFS, aside a proof it workes in my networked configuration. (I usually use a hardware panel with Saitek FIPs and Panels and bespoke FIP gauges for a couple of planes.)

While the GPS looks good, I am still missing a G1000 for AirManager fitting to the MSFS Glass Cockpits, and from an occasional look on their forums this seems to be still quite far. Or an MFD for the TBM (a PFD is there, as far as I recall).

Still, respect, your setup looks excellent.

Kind regards, Michael


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1 hour ago, pmb said:

Impressive. I hold an AirManager license myself but didn't make much use of it under MSFS, aside a proof it workes in my networked configuration. (I usually use a hardware panel with Saitek FIPs and Panels and bespoke FIP gauges for a couple of planes.)

While the GPS looks good, I am still missing a G1000 for AirManager fitting to the MSFS Glass Cockpits, and from an occasional look on their forums this seems to be still quite far. Or an MFD for the TBM (a PFD is there, as far as I recall).

Still, respect, your setup looks excellent.

Kind regards, Michael

They are working on it, they now have an EFD 1000 working:
 
EFD1000 with FS2020
We are in the process of converting all our premium instrument panels to FS2020. This week we finished the conversion of the EFD1000. As a small demonstration my attempt to make an ILS approach into LFRK runway 31.
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Com GA Pilot, Retired • X-P 11.41 and 11.50RC1 or latest • MSFS 2020 • Gigabyte 8th gen lga1151 motherboard z2370 hd3, i5 8600 8th gen 4.3ghz, Thermaltake 750w power supply, 4 x 8gb ddr4 dimm, MSI force GTO 1070 8gb ddr5, 4 SSD's • 4K main display with 3 HD displays, one is a touch screen. Often used as 3 1080P NVIDEA surround screens and one HD touchscreen for AirManager

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I checked out the Beta demo this morning and Air Manager worked beautifully. 

How were you able to add the GPS, radio stack and trim wheel and flaps gadget to your panel? I didn't see any of those parts in the free or for purchase section.

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