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  1. I have a question about the power source for the EFIS panelbuilder instruments (see another post of me earlier) As I'm using the EFIS panelbuilder software solely for the engine instruments in my flight Simulator project I would like to feed them from the battery bus. Currently the EFIS panelbuilder instruments will light up when the avionics switch is switched to ON together with the other displayunits in my sim. This is not what I want, in real aircraft (beech Kingair and alike.....)normally the avionics are switched ON after enginestart but the engine instruments are needed for the engine start itself, so it would be great if these were powered through the battery switch in stead. Is this possible? or is it possible to make the avionics switch ON condition selectable in the setup of the panelbuilder software?
  2. Is there any news on this feature, are there plans to implement it in a new release??
  3. I use Foreflight during every flight in my sim, it is a fantastic application. Upcoming is Foreflight 8 update which also will enable a more extensive use of FF in Europe.
  4. That is great, looking forward to the next release! Thanks for the great support.... :smile:
  5. Hi Reinhard, Yes I only use the EFIS panelbuilder engine instruments as the other displays use XHSI. In X-Plane there are specific Datarefs that could be used for this e.g. the avioncs ON/OFF dataref for the instruments and one of the bus voltage (or BAT ON/OFF) Datarefs for the engine instruments. Would be great if you could implement this in one of the future releases.
  6. I have a question about the power source for the EFIS panelbuilder instruments. As I'm using the EFIS panelbuilder software solely for the engine instruments in my flight Simulator project I would like to feed them from the battery bus. Currently the EFIS panelbuilder instruments will light up when the avionics switch is switched to ON together with the other displayunits in my sim. This is not what I want, in real aircraft (beech Kingair and alike.....)normally the avionics are switched ON after enginestart but the engine instruments are needed for the engine start itself, so it would be great if these were powered through the battery switch in stead. Is this possible? or is it possible to make the avionics switch ON condition selectable in the setup of the panelbuilder software? Thanks
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