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  1. Carenado has released a series of images of its upcoming DA62 for FSX/P3D. The screenshots on Carenado's Facebook page show both interior and exterior detail, with a note suggesting the aircraft is "coming soon". The Diamond DA-62 is a five to seven seat light twin equipped with Diamond's trademark Diesel-powered Austro AE330 engines developing 180hp each. Full FADEC engine control means there's a single power lever for each engine rather than the separate throttle/prop/mixture arrangement typical in other designs. Avionics are in the form of the Garmin G1000 system, which includes a three-axis GFC700 autopilot as standard.
  2. Hola Amigos, Esta es la famosa Phenom 100 de Carenado y al momento no encuentro la forma de actualizar su base de datos,gps o sea para la navegacion! aqui les presento una captura de pantalla del panel de navegacion con la informacion necesaria a ver si alguien tiene la solucion y de verdad que se los voy a agradecer muchisimo. Nota: tengo la ultima version de Airac Navdata 1406 pero no esta el archivo para Carenado ni para el GPS G1000. subefotos
  3. The icons for map data (including route waypoints) are missing, although the labels are there. These shots were taken in the B350i, but it appears to be a common thread across all Carenado's ProLine21 birds in P3Dv4. I have observed this on my machine, and I have seen it in other users' screen shots as well...so I know I'm not the only one. This is with a basic install, no mods, directed to the main P3D V4 directory. If you are experiencing this as well, please let me know or send Carenado a ticket. Their P3Dv4 installers introduce so many new problems. Some of them were easy fixes (wrong entries in dll.xml, PC12 installer doesn't install required fonts)...but Carenado will probably have to fix this one on their own.
  4. My little tribute to Stavros Palatsidis and his excellent new Olympic livery for Carenado Dornier Do228.
  5. As I managed to get some money for my birthday i fell in need of a turboprop regional carrier that was operated by at least 3 european/american companies. I have a budget of 60 european pesos(aka €)but I still am in doubt. I want a detailed aircraft that has an FMS and that is fun to fly around. Was thinking about carenado's F50 but i'm not sure. Any ideas out there? Best wishes, Charly
  6. Hello guys, I'm currently building my own G1000 hardware with arduino due. I'm using P3D v3.2 and carenado 172SP G1000 as software. I am able to use LINDA for most of PFD's function. My problem is now reading / writing input for direct-to on PFD. I use LINDA tracer and get following Lvar activated when using direct-to button and outer FMS knob: TMP_PFDScratchpadIndex, PseudoScratchpadIndex, PFDSCRATCHPAD_TEMPORAL_INDEX, G1000_EnteringInput My problem is when I rotating inner FMS knob (from carenado VC) to enter airport / navaid into direct-to page, I couldn't get any Lvar or FS control reacted to the rotation. Any idea how to access scratchpad from LINDA ? Thank you. Best regards, Nikko
  7. Hi all, I have some N-numbered repaints for the B350i available. I made these over the course of the last year. Please PM me for a download link. I have not uploaded them to the AVSIM library because no support will be provided.
  8. I installed an rxpGNS430 into the Carenado E50P Phenom 100 to use for the GPS source and to aid in loading flight plans etc. Works great. Now I am trying to substitute a toggle to active the pop up rxpGNS. The PFD on the E50P has a toggle hotspot (gauge03 in the Vcockpit01 window) at the Prodigy logo that toggles a window with the 2d PFD. I never us that so I want to have that hotspot toggle the rxpGNS (Window08) but I'm running out of altitude & airspeed in my attempts. I have a feeling the secret is in the K:PANEL_ID_TOGGLE, but it would take me a while to get smart enough about it to know. Here is the relevant panel.cfg sections and the xml for the ToggleCARG1000 PFD gauge. Any help appreciated! //-------------------------------------------------------- [Vcockpit01] Background_color=0,0,0 size_mm=512,512 visible=0 pixel_size=1024,1024 texture=$Panel_1 gauge00=EMB500_G1000!G1000_configEMBP100, 0, 0, 1, 1 gauge01=GAUGEEMB500!Gauge_CLOCK_DIG, 0, 0, 1, 1 gauge02=EMB500_G1000!G1000_PFDEMBP100VC, 1, 4, 512, 350 gauge03=EMB500CAR!ToggleCARG1000, 64, 0, 256, 32 gauge04=Synch_GPS_NAV!Synch_GPS_NAV, 0, 0, 1, 1 [Window08] window_pos=0.739583,0.000000 window_size=0.260417,0.194444 visible=1 ident=15431 zorder=99 gauge00=rxpGNS!GNS430,0,0,100,100 _____________________________________________________________________ <Gauge Name="ToggleCARG1000" Version="1.0"> <Image Name="iconpanel_background.bmp"/> <Mouse> <Area Left="0" Top="0" Width="30" Height="30"> <Cursor Type="Hand" /> <Click>0 (>K:PANEL_ID_TOGGLE) </Click> </Area> </Mouse> </Gauge>
  9. loop_n_roll

    Unstable in flight

    I posted this in the Carenado forum a few days ago without a response. Reposting here. I've had the Carenado C90B King Air for several months now. I can't keep it stable in flight. Once trimmed for reasonably level flight taking attention off the controls to tune a radio results in a climb or dive. Once stable, a turn will result in the same thing. I'm convinced if real flight were this difficult no one would ever attempt it. I have the CH Eclipse Yoke. I would welcome any suggestions.
  10. Groeten Maarten! I have an interesting problem for you! When I launch the Carenado Phenom using SimLauncherX the primary (center) MFD does not/cannot activate. When I press the ENT or rightmost buttons the MFD flashes momentarily, but then it reverts to the start up, battery-on state. This is the case whether in the VC or when then the 2D option is displayed. However, if I select the Phenom whilst P3D v2.5 is already running, the MFD activates as expected. I had been communicating with the Carenado support crew, and it was puzzling them. I trust you will find this puzzling as well! I think something in the Systems/Engines initialization settings is perhaps the culprit? Dankjewel, Maarten!
  11. They just posted a new album of this upcoming aircraft on Facebook. I was surprised to see they're not making another bizjet and instead going back to their roots by making a sequel to their older PA34 Seneca II. Hopefully it won't have a glass cockpit.
  12. Hey Gang I have been around and have flown the King Air Line, as a Line Captain for Charter Companies and for Private Companies. BE350 to the C, E, and B 90s and they are absolutely top of the line when it comes to corporate turbo props. So, in efforts to get re-acquainted with the layout, I thought I would grab a copy of Carenado's B200. At first, I had to say I was a little disapointed. It seemed there was quite a bit missing and such. However, I started to think.. Maybe it's the doof in the chair instead of the developers at Carenado. Hmm. Yep I proved myself right it was me. That said, getting the SP2 installed is a must. The out of the box copy really is filled with errors that they corrected. Reading another Real World pilot's post, someone commented that he should look what he paid for the FSX model and look at the price tag of the actual aircraft. I had to laugh at that. GREAT POINT. So. My findings are, once I got the aircraft tuned in to my less than professional setup, things started to come together. I happen to have a few tips that I will put up over on tips and tricks but thought I would put them here as well. First, if you are here, and you do NOT have a registered copy of FSUIPC... Well, uh... Wasting a lot of really missed opportunity to enjoy FSX in a very rich environment. Go grab it. What I noticed getting started was Carenado did such a great job it was really like saying hello to an old friend. I was amazed that almost every switch was modeled and works quite well so no need to cover that too much. I'd say it is really nice to see lights working, AutoFX test that works. Govenor Test that works etc Props and Governors The only critique I would give them is on their Propeller Governors. They seemed to have modeled some old 1960's era Bonanza or Piper something or another. King Air Governors simply do not "wobble" as they do in this model. SMOOTH is the order of the day. S m o o t h. King Air Governors do not go in and out and in and out of a particular pitch stop as they do in this model. If they did, it would be a major write up and I'd be bending a mechanics ear almost off to get it fixed. Their T210 does the same thing. They really need to fix that. Thottles. At first I was disappointed in the lack of responsiveness. THAT was me. Not Carenado. I finally got it about right via my X52 and FSUIPC. HERE are the numbers. Joy Assignment Throttle 1 Throttle 2 Send to FSUIPC Joy Calibration (Axis Calibration) (Page 3 of 11) Reverse: -14480 Idle: -10449 (in and out) Max: 11223 Slope: -8 Check the Filter Box I have found that this mix of numbers give me the most realistic responsive and travel distance I can get. This allows you to "reach reverse" (nicely) as well as having the power lever (throttle) hit the proper locations on the throttle quadrant. This particular range also gives a very nice taxi "creep" if you will. GIVEN, you have the ICE VANES deployed, AND you have the CONDITION LEVERS at HIGH IDLE. This test was done at Gross Weight too. So as you get lighter you will have to move more towards ground fine. The -8 Slope allows for a much faster spool up and spool down. When it comes to taxi of well ANY turboprop but especially the King Air 200, 300, or 350, you have to keep in mind that there is JET THRUST being generated. I will let you look that up if interested but it is substantial. You have to balance that with Torque and Prop RPM to get the thrust needed for a nice taxi. So patience is the order of the day. This is not a recip. Takes a little skill to taxi these. Without burning up the brakes that is. Well I hope this helps. I hope to find more as I keep flying this. If you are reading this trying to figure out whether to buy or not. I would give this one in particular a serious thought. The other King Air B200s out there are not really indicative of what is actually out there flying today.
  13. Name: Prepar3D V2 over Cape Town Category: P3D Scenery Date Added: 09 December 2013 - 12:33 AM Submitter: geolpilot Short Description: A flight round Cape Town in P3D with heavy scenery and settings to show its capabilities Wanted to show how well Prepar3D V2.0 performs on my setup, with very heavy user-created mesh and landclass, a detailed aircraft (Carenado's Cirrus SR22 Turbo, known to be a frame-rate hitter in FSX), and P3D settings mostly at high to maximum. To dispel myths about poor performance, cloud rotation effects, lack of realism, etc, etc. View Video
  14. Hey guys, I finally made my first Carenado purchase and I am very excited to be using this aircraft. I am pretty new to FSX and flying. I am using the Angle of Attack Tutorials to learn. Anyway, so when are you suppose to turn on the carburetor heat? does it have to be on during take off and landing? it seems to me when you turn it on your RPM drops. Thanks everyone. oh I have finally made my first video as well using Carenado Cessna 152 II.
  15. Some random shots of Papua New Guinea....
  16. thunderbird_vienna

    no landing touchdown sound

    Hello everybody, while my FSX Standard King Air or even the Carenado B200 do make clear noises of the wheels while touching down, I did not hear anything with the B1900 - and it is not that I am such a good virtual pilot:) Is there a way to enhance or change the touchdown sounds - I know it is not a PMDG 737 but putting such a bird onto a runway really is confirmed through audio. Thank you! Al
  17. Carenado just announced update 2.0 for Phenom 100. Compatible with FSX-SE and P3Dv3, now also includes Navigraph Extension Pack (optional, for one week at $ 4.95): I don't have it, but I hope they will soon release v2.0 for the Phenom 300 as well. Here is the changelog: UPDATED to VERSION 2.0 AND NAVIGRAPH EXTENSION PACK!!! CARENADO E50P PHENOM 100 HD SERIES FSX/P3D IMPORTANT: -Customers should retrieve a new serial entering to their accounts at www.carenado.com - "My Products" section (old serials are no longer valid). ... New Version (2.0) - P3Dv3 and Steam compatible - Improved Autopilot behavior - T.O. config implemented - G1000 improvements - XPDR different modes added - 3D knob technology improved. - GPU implemented - TOGA button - Seat belt/Non Smoking sign added - Power setting display on MFD - 2D detachable autopilot - MFD flap indicator fixed - Test sound added - Minor bugs fixed Customers should uninstall the aircraft before installing this new version and then download the package again from the link provided. Downloads were increased. http://www.carenado.com/CarSite/Portal/index.php… Navigraph Extension Pack for Phenom 100 FSX/P3D http://www.carenado.com/CarSite/Portal/index.php… ONLY for 10 days $4.95!!!
  18. loop_n_roll

    Need flying help

    I recently purchased the Carenado King Air C90B and have great difficulty getting it in trim and holding it stable. No matter what I try the plane is all over the sky. I use the CH products Eclipse Yoke and Pro Pedals and have played with the axis settings to try to improve my flying to no avail. Are there any settings I might change, perhaps in the cfg file, that will improve the stability of the aircraft until I can learn to fly it better?
  19. Tom Allensworth

    Carenado Releases F33A Bonanza for FS2004

    Carenado today announced that they have released the F33A Bonanza for FS2004. This is the first Carenado release for FS2004 in a considerably long time. In a press release sent to AVSIM, Carenado described some of the features of this release: Carenado F33A Bonanza FS2004 Included in the package: 4 paint schemes 1 Blank texture Normal and Emergency Procedures PDF GNS430 User Guide PDF AVSS manual PDF VC diagram PDF Features: Original GNS 430 included. Original HQ digital stereo sounds recorded from the original aircraft. 2D gauges Polygon optimized model. Friendly FPS. Control windows for controlling eyes candies (wheel chocks, bags, pitot cover, and sights prop) Autopilot installed. Pop up F33 Bonanza manual with performance charts and normal and emergency procedures and check list. Interactive virtual cockpit. Full moving parts: Ailerons, elevators, rudders, flaps, rolling wheels and trim tab. Animated sections such as: propeller, doors, windows, sun visor, copilot seat, cowl flaps and pilot. 3D modeled pilot and cockpit area. Realistic light effects on gauges. Nightlight effects on panel. Toggle yoke. Real behavior compared to the real airplane. Real weight and balance. You can get the Bonanza at the Carenado site here. You can also join in discussion of this release in the Carenado forums on AVSIM here.
  20. Well, I saw Carenado's sale event, and now I have a dilemma: which one should I buy? I'm thinking about the 182RG for FS9 I already have the M20J and the C208. I still keep the Mooney in my sim; however, because of the poor framerate in the VC and the not-so-convincing FDE, I uninstalled the Caravan. I'm not sure if the latest Carenado releases present this very same issue. Any other recommendations?
  21. Which one? I'm asking since they're on special and same price. I have the A36 and V35 Bonanzas. Of those two I prefer the older V35. I think I'll be hard pressed to pass up the C90 as well... Cheers Mike
  22. Ultimate traffic in P3D at Vantaa..
  23. SunskyJet KPHL / 182T / P3D v2
  24. Carenado has announced that they have released the Seneca II for X-Plane. Here are some of the details: New Features: New Throttle, RPM and mixture control system Prop disc effect Cameras and viewpoints change system Surround and integrated sound system Features: Interactive virtual cockpit IFR certification Original Autopilot installed Autopilot Pop Up system Original HQ digital stereo sounds (22.05 KHz) recorded from the original aircraft GNS430 installed Full moving parts: Ailerons, elevators, rudders, flaps, rolling wheels Animated sections such as: doors, sun visor and copilot seat Realistic lights: Navigation lights, beacons, landing lights. Realistic light effects on gauges 3D modeled pilot and cockpit area. Many details such as: pitot, antennas, chocks, pitot cover, baggage area. Realistic textures and original paint designs. Realistic light effects on gauges. Accurately reproduced flight characteristics Real weight and balance. Toggle yoke at VC Nightlight effects on panel Included in the package: 3 paint schemes 1 Blank livery Normal and Emergency Procedures PDF Performance tables PDF Reference document PDF Autopilot PDF Recommended Settings PDF Plug-in system readme PDF