Product information "Thrustmaster - TCA Quadrant Airbus Edition"
Fire up your engines with the first throttle quadrant for commercial aircraft in the Thrustmaster Civil Aviation (TCA) product range - including the iconic Airbus control panel, for an ultra-realistic flight experience!
Whether or not it’s used in conjunction with the TCA Sidestick Airbus Edition (sold separately), the TCA Quadrant Airbus Edition is a multifunctional throttle quadrant for civil aviation, featuring a variety of functions which can be assigned to a total of 16 action buttons.
Inspired by the world of civil aviation, for multiple possibilities
Thrust reverser function for total realism when piloting commercial airliners and civil aircraft
Thrust levers can be adapted to any style of aviation, thanks to mechanical selectors that let you disable the detents
Tensioning screw (accessible via the underside of the throttle quadrant): adjust the resistance according to your preferences
Fly with greater levels of realism and immersion
Exclusive precision, thanks to H.E.A.R.T (HallEffect AccuRate Technology) magnetic sensors:
Surgical precision (i.e. 14-bit resolution: 16,384 x 16,384 values!) for the pitch axis and roll axis
Magnetic technology ensures excellent precision that won’t decrease over time
Ergonomic replica of the Airbus throttle quadrant, for completely realistic takeoffs and landings:
Thrust levers similar to those found on Airbus aircraft, with thrust reverser mechanism
Compatible with the following rudder controllers (sold separately): Thrustmaster T.Flight Rudder Pedals (TFRP) and Thrustmaster Pendular Rudder (TPR)
Compatible with the TM Flying Clamp
1 x TCA Quadrant Airbus Edition
1 x USB cable (type C to type A)
1 x attachment rod
1 x sticker
2 x connectors
Quick start guide with warranty information
Weight: 530 g (1.2 lb)
Length: 255 mm (10”)
Width: 85 mm (3.3”)
Height: 145 mm (5.7”)
Conclusion by FSElite.net: "The Thrustmaster TCA Throttle Quadrant is a solid product whether you use it in conjunction with the Airbus Sidestick or not. The thrust levers equipped with the reverse thrust latches as well as the engine start switches look and feel like their real-world counterparts which add to the impression of operating a real Airbus. The throttle quadrant does lack build quality when it comes to the engine mode selector the springs used for the reverse thrust latches and the lightweight base. It does use hall effect sensors to register input which almost makes up for the lack of quality elsewhere. If you were thinking of purchasing a new throttle, I would urge you to consider the TCA Throttle Quadrant, even if you fly Boeing or GA from time to time."
The X-Plane 11 add-on Miami City XP by Drzewiecki Design is now available for free! [more]
You accept the following cookies by clicking on Accept all. You will find further information in the privacy settings, where you can also change your selection at any time. Just go to the page with the data protection declaration. View our data protection declaration.