- This controller quadrant offers TPM, flaps and trim wheel controls for flight simulators. The controller features push pull controls for each throttle, prop and mixture. A momentary switch for flaps, push up to raise flaps one notch and push down to lower flaps one notch, the switch auto returns to center. Also features a trim wheel for fine tuning the elevator during flight. Includes a desktop mount as well.
- No drivers are needed, just plug and play in Windows and Mac. Been tested and works perfectly in Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020 and X-Plane. It should work with any game that uses a joystick/controller in Windows as well.
- This controller is 3D printed and hand made by me. Uses quality brand named linear sliders/potentiometers and uses a Leo Bodnar USB controller board. Includes 6' USB Cable.
- Dimensions: (Main Body) 12" Long, 5.75" Deep, 2" Tall (Trim section 4" Tall).
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Throttle, Propeller, Mixture, (TPM) Flaps and Trim Controller For Flight Simulators with Desktop Mount
I searched for the most realistic throttle setup to best simulate flying the Cessna 172. Having the throttle, mixture and prop controls visually identical to the Cessna and having flap and trim controls similar to the actual aircraft has made my home simulator even better for practicing flight and scenarios. Calibrates easily with x-plane 11 and so far is functioning perfectly. Could not possibly be happier. Excited to see what else this company comes up with.
We ordered the controller from Shawn. It arrived in a timely manner. But what impressed me the most was we had an issue with ours and he addressed it in just a few business days. It made our clients very happy and us happy as well. We will definitely recommend this product and will be back to purchase more.
If you primarily fly Cessna's, just hit order now. Sure, it's 3D printed, but don't let that throw you off. It's significantly sturdier than other quadrants I've used. Don't even get me started on how pathetic Thrustmaster's build quality is on their Airbus Quadrant. That one is going back to Amazon, while Flightsimstuff's quadrant has a permanent home on my rig. It's been an invaluable tool for me in flight training, and it's worth every penny asked.
Lol honestly it’s amazing. Better than I expected. For a 3D printed platform the quality and build is strong. I haven’t stop flying my Cessna 172 yet with this. Reminds me of my flight training a few years back. Highly recommend buying this and highly recommend a version of the twin prop. Thank you. Btw easy set up. No head ache straight forward.