|Serie||Pro Flight Throttle Quadrant|
|Productafmetingen||17.5 x 17.5 x 9 cm; 694 gram|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||Nee|
|Kleur||Zwart met Kleuren Handelgrepen|
|Besturingssysteem||Windows XP, XP64, Vista|
|Batterijen wel of niet meegeleverd||Nee|
Logitech G Saitek PRO Flight Throttle Quadrant - Zwart
|Je bespaart:||€ 6,99 (10%)|
|Prijzen zijn inclusief btw.|
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- Ideaal voor een configuratie naast elkaar
- Vastzetten met verstelbare beugels
- Volledig aanpasbaar voor alle vluchtomstandigheden
- Eenvoudige installatie
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ASHENDELS VLUCHTGASHENDELEENHEID PROFESSIONELE SIMULATIE
JE BONDGENOOT VOOR MEERMOTORIGE VLIEGTUIGEN
Als je graag met meermotorige vliegtuigen vliegt, zullen de meeste simulatiecontrollers je onvoldoende vermogen bieden. De gashendeleenheid is de oplossing, met drie extra hendels om nog meer motoren, kleppen, versnellingen, spoilers en andere programmeerbare assen te besturen. Met nog eens drie schakelaars op de voet van de eenheid beschik je over negen programmeerbare opdrachten in totaal. Voeg toe aan het Logitech G Flight Yoke System voor twee keer zoveel gashendelassen.
IDEAAL VOOR EEN CONFIGURATIE NAAST ELKAAR
Toevoegen aan Logitech G Flight Yoke System. Met de verwisselbare hendelkoppen kun je een aangepaste configuratie maken van gashendels, kleppen, mengverhouding of propellorpitch. Verwijder de hendelkoppen en groepeer de besturingselementen zoals jij ze wilt hebben.
VASTZETTEN MET VERSTELBARE BEUGELS
Robuust bevestigingsmateriaal inbegrepen. De Logitech G-gashendeleenheid is uitgerust met verstelbare bevestigingsklemmen zodat je je apparatuur op elke gewenste manier kunt configureren. Of ze nu op een tafel staan of aan de voorkant bevestigd zijn, je kunt de besturingselementen vastzetten waar jij ze wilt hebben.
VOLLEDIG AANPASBAAR VOOR ALLE VLUCHTOMSTANDIGHEDEN
Modulair en verwisselbaar. De verschillende instrumenten van Logitech G kunnen zowel bovenop als naast elkaar worden geplaatst. Wil je het radiopaneel boven het multipaneel? Geen probleem. Wil je het schakelpaneel links van je stuurkolom? Geen probleem. Met de gebruiksvriendelijke bevestigingsbeugels kunt je je vluchtstimulatie in elke opstelling plaatsen. De mogelijkheden zijn eindeloos.
Helemaal plug-and-play. Je hoeft geen drivers te laden of extra software te installeren. Je paneel werkt met Windows 7, 8.1 en 10 en is compatibel met je favoriete vluchtsimulatiesoftware voor pc's inclusief FSX - Flight Simulator X, X-Plane 10 en Prepar3D.
Beste recensies uit andere landen
The Saitek / Logitec throttle quadrant has been around for years, and it shows. It works well enough at what it does, and is an affordable way of adding throttle, propeller and mixture (TPM) controls to a basic flight simulator setup. It is possible to connect multiple units - I have two - and use them for other functions such as flaps, slats and cowl flaps. This unit has become something of an 'industry standard', and there are plenty of third-party add-on lever knobs available that replicate flap levers, Boeing and Airbus throttle handles and even a Messerschmidt Bf109 throttle unit.
For a basic and affordable setup for occasional airliner or General Aviation (GA) flyers, the Logitec quadrant works just fine. If you have upgraded to the superb Honeycomb Alpha yoke, this is a very affordable way of adding functional TPM controls. If you are a fan of combat simulators, this will disappoint. It's not robust enough for constant throttle movements and it won't take the weight of your hand resting on it. It's not a HOTAS device.
The included software is adequate for most users, but unnecessary as the unit is recognised by Windows as a generic 3-axis / 6-button Human Input Device without the software. It can be mapped in P3D v4+ and X-Plane without installing any additional software. For advanced users who may want to create unique profiles for different aircraft, and integrate other devices such as FIP panels, third-party software is available and I recommend it.
The quality of the unit is mediocre. It looks flimsy, although I've had one of mine for many years and it still works perfectly. The worst aspect is the 'feel' of the levers. There is very little resistance to movement and it is not adjustable. The levers move far too easily compared with a real aircraft, and the weight of the control knobs can cause the lever position to change.
The recent release of the Honeycomb Bravo throttle unit will effectively make this quadrant obsolete. However, the Honeycomb unit is vastly more expensive and, at the time of this review, utterly unobtainable. It also doesn't sit flat on a desktop, so it's more suitable for a dedicated flight-sim rig than a casual user. There is still a place for the Saitek / Logitec quadrant, but only because its the only contender in its class, not because it's actually any good.
I returned that model and bought the combined yoke and PS2 plug throttle quadrant, both work fine without installing any extra drivers or software in Windows 10. The metal shaft is much better than a plastic one. No noticeable deadzone in the centre as others have previously commented. So much more precision and control with this compared to my TM Warthog stick and throttle.
Each lever also has a switch at its lowest point, so this could be used for engaging reverses, for example, or anything you wish, really. Below each lever is a rocker switch, non latching, which again can be configured for whatever you wish, giving you nine additional switches.
Movement of the levers is smooth, with one exception. When moving in and out of the lowest point there is a noticeable jump up to the 0 point. I have read online this is due to a ball bearing that some internal structure moves over, and this can be removed if you wish, but I rather like it as it gives me a noticeable feel to it as you move in and out of that position.
A great price, for a great piece of kit, and no doubt won't compete with the likes of a Virtual Fly TQ3/6, but then it is a tenth of the price, an the Virtual Fly comes with no buttons at all.
Enter Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020. This has changed my entire perspective on flight simming and I am very much back in the fold. This time I want to really learn what I'm doing, not just hop in any old plane and fly on autopilot from Heathrow to Paris via a quick shoot under Tower Bridge. With MSFS' often photo-realistic scenery, real VFR navigation is now possible and I am really getting to grips with correct procedure and technique.
I want to make the experience as tactile and immersive as I can afford, and naturally that starts with hardware.
I have a couple of the Saitek panelsbut the centrepiece is the Honeycomb Alpha yoke. I have pre-ordered the Bravo throttle and autopilot, but there are delays on the shipping and it looks like it could be well into 2021. So as an interim I bought the relatively inexpensive Saitek Throttle.
In use it is great for general aviation flying (I would have preferred a Vernier style throttle but they are VERY expensive!). I tend to fly the smaller Cessnas, so just having the throttle and mixture is enough, although also having the prop pitch lever may be useful if I go up to the bigger aircraft. The three rocker switches are very useful. I only use the flaps and the handbrake, but I may well change the bindings to other useful controls. I don't need to use the interchangeavle handles, but I can see why they might prove useful.
Build quality is reasonable. It's all plastic, but seems sturdy enough.
My only gripes are:
1. The clamping mechanism is clunky and I haven't worked out a perfect position yet. Compared to the clamp for the Honeycomb - well, there is no comparison, in design, effectiveness or price, so perhaps that's unfair.
2. I wish the markings on the assembly were at smaller intervals and rather than print numbers on each segment (currently limited to 0, 25, 50, 75 and 100, as in % values) I would have preferred no numbers. with thicker lines at, say, 10% intervals.
All in all, though, it's a decent throttle and I'm glad I bought it. Looking forward to the Bravo, though . . .
I like how easy this is to set up both in software and physically. This easily attaches to an office desk and has multiple configurations. What I don't like is that the bar on which the throttle, mixture or prop cap goes, is somewhat flimsy side to side. If you leave this attached to a desk, you could easily brush past it and in the worst case one of the levers could snap. I would prefer a more solid bar, although that would push up the price. I also like the three additional switches which can be programmed in a simulator (each giving an up/down option). There's also a further 'button' if the lever is moved beyond the lower detent. So for example you could use that on the throttle to engage reversers, or fuel cut off.
If there was one thing I don't like is that I sometimes have to go into the sim and recalibrate. Not sure if it's the sim messing me about or the joystick. Maybe a bit of both. But doing so is easy.
At this price this adds a tonne of flexibility to a desktop setup, and improves the experience for very little dosh.