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Integrated Simavionics (FSX-P3Dv4) PC


Integrated Simavionics (FSX-P3Dv4) PC: A Review




If you are a fan of flight simulation games, you might have heard of Integrated Simavionics (ISG), a set of gauges integrated with FMS units as an avionics panel upgrade for Microsoft Flight Simulator and Prepar3D. ISG offers a variety of realistic and customizable instruments that can enhance your flying experience and challenge your skills. In this article, we will review some of the features and benefits of ISG for FSX and P3Dv4 users.


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What is Integrated Simavionics?




Integrated Simavionics is a product developed by Ernie Alston, a veteran flight simulator enthusiast and programmer. ISG consists of several gauges that can be installed in any aircraft panel, either as a standalone instrument or as a replacement for the default ones. The gauges are based on the look and feel of real-world avionics systems used in various aircraft types, such as Airbus, Boeing, MD80, and C17. Some of the gauges included in ISG are:


  • MD80 style EHSI: Enhanced ADI based on the look and feel of the EADI used in Airbus aircraft. It features a standard HSI, an aircraft oriented moving map display, a true north oriented moving map display, an approach and VOR mode display, a flight plan route/track display, a TCAS traffic display, an airports display, a navaids display, an intersections display, an FMC calculated TOD/BOD display, and a descent arc display.



  • C17 style MFD: Multifunction Display based on the look and feel of the MFD used in the C17 Globemaster III. It features a primary flight display, a standard HSI, an Eicas display, a config display, a forward , center, aft aircraft oriented moving map display, a true north oriented chart mode, an approach and VOR mode display, a flight plan route/track display, a TCAS traffic display, an airports display, a navaids display, an FMC calculated TOD/BOD display, and a descent arc display.



  • Airbus A320 style EADI: Enhanced ADI based on the look and feel of the EADI used in Airbus aircraft. It features an artificial horizon, a moving speed tape and window, a moving altitude tape and window, a sliding heading tape, a vertical speed indicator, a flight mode annunciators, a flight director, a flight path vector (optional), a localizer and glideslope scale, customizable colors, and a speed trend vector.



  • Boeing 777 style Primary Flight Display: Primary Flight Display based on the PFD used in Boeing 777 aircraft. It features an artificial horizon, a moving speed tape and window, a moving altitude tape and window, a moving heading arc, a vertical speed indicator, a flight mode annunciators, a flight director, a flight path vector (optional), V-speed displays (optional), customizable colors, a localizer and glideslope scale, and a speed trend vector.



  • Boeing style Navigation Display: Navigation Display based on the Honeywell Navigation Display used in Boeing aircraft. It features an aircraft oriented map display, a standard HSI display (/w ILS,NAV modes), an ARC/Expanded VOR/ILS display, a T/C,T/D display, an airports display, a navaids display, an intersections display, a TCAS traffic display, a vertical deviation indicator, a display reference navdata points, a center map display, and a plan map display mode.



  • Smiths style FMS: Flight Management System based on the look and feel of the Smiths FMS system used in Boeing aircraft. It features the ability to create new flight plans, direct to a navaid/fix, load stored flight plans, load FP's created by FS9 or FSX planner, save created flight plans, create user defined waypoints, create offset waypoints (via wpt/radial/dist), define and execute multiple (up to 5) holding patterns, insert Sid/Star into flight plan, insert airway segment into flight plan, progress page /w fuel predictions, VNAV waypoint speed, and altitude restrictions, define reference navdata points, and define climb and descent speed restrictions.



What are the benefits of Integrated Simavionics?




Integrated Simavionics can provide several benefits for flight simulator users, such as:


  • Realism: ISG gauges are designed to mimic the appearance and functionality of real-world avionics systems, giving you a more immersive and authentic flying experience. You can also customize the colors and options of the gauges to suit your preferences and needs.



  • Compatibility: ISG gauges can be installed in any aircraft panel, either as a standalone instrument or as a replacement for the default ones. You can also mix and match different gauges from different aircraft types, creating your own unique avionics configuration. ISG is compatible with FSX and P3Dv4, as well as FSUIPC and WideFS.



  • Flexibility: ISG gauges can be used with any navigation data source, such as the default FSX/P3D database, Navigraph, NavDataPro, or any other third-party provider. You can also update the navigation data easily using the ISG Data Manager tool.



  • Performance: ISG gauges are optimized for low CPU and memory usage, ensuring smooth and stable performance even on low-end systems. ISG also supports multiple monitors and networked computers, allowing you to spread the gauges across different screens and devices.



  • Support: ISG is backed by a dedicated developer who provides regular updates and fixes for the product. You can also access the online documentation and tutorials for ISG, as well as the user forum where you can ask questions and share feedback with other users.



How to get Integrated Simavionics?




If you are interested in getting Integrated Simavionics for your flight simulator, you can purchase it from [simMarket], a leading online store for flight simulation products. The price of ISG is 29.99 EUR (excluding VAT), which includes a lifetime license for one user and unlimited installations on different computers. You can also download a free demo version of ISG from [Sim-Avionics], the official website of the developer. The demo version has all the features of the full version, except that it will display a nag screen every 10 minutes and will not save any settings or flight plans.


Conclusion




Integrated Simavionics is a set of gauges integrated with FMS units as an avionics panel upgrade for Microsoft Flight Simulator and Prepar3D. It offers a variety of realistic and customizable instruments that can enhance your flying experience and challenge your skills. ISG is compatible with any aircraft panel, any navigation data source, and any system configuration. It is also supported by a dedicated developer who provides regular updates and fixes for the product. If you are looking for a high-quality avionics package for your flight simulator, you should definitely check out Integrated Simavionics.


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