The RealSimGear Garmin GTN750 bezel provides an ultra-realistic NAV/COM interface for your flight simulator. This is the best way to learn the functionality of the GTN750 and is much more realistic than using the mouse.
This product is especially helpful for learning and practicing instrument flying procedures. When coupled with virtual ATC like PilotEdge or VatSIM this provides the most realistic simulation possible. This allows you to develop familiarity with the Garmin GTN750 interface and controls so you can be better prepared for actual lessons with your CFII.
This unit features its own high-quality LCD screen that is used to display the Reality-XP GTN750 pop out screen.
HDMI right angle adapter
Integrated touch screen
Responsive touch screen enables all of the GTN750 on screen functions, connects via HDMI and USB
Fully assembled & enclosed
No assembly, 3D printing, soldering etc required, comes fully enclosed and ready to mount in your panel (desktop bracket coming soon)
Fully functional knobs and tactile buttons
Rubber buttons match the feel of the real device
Change your comm radio frequencies quickly and easily
no more fumbling with the mouse, allowing you to develop muscle memory and proficiency for instrument flying
Make your sim training more effective
and representative of real world flying
Desktop or panel mount
For flying students, pilots and home cockpit builders. Note the desktop stand is available as an optional accessory here.
For XPlane, Prepar3D V3 & V4, FSX: Steam Edition
Plugin software is provided for X-Plane, P3D v3 & v4 and FSX Steam Edition. Requires Reality-XP GTN750. Note the touch screen driver is for Windows only.
Carefully matched to the real thing at 158mm x 160mm and will sit 22mm in front of your panel surface.
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