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REDBIRD CYGNUS - PRO WIRELESS

$685.00/Each
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Part# 13-15867
MFR Model# O-1119

Overview

Cygnus allows you to use any aviation or navigation apps running on your iPad, iPhone, or iPod Touch while connected to any one of a wide range of flight simulation software products. When using Cygnus during a simulation session your iPad and the aviation app it is running will believe that it is located wherever the aircraft in the active simulation is located. Cygnus is the perfect tool for training pilots in the use of iPad aviation apps in a safe and controlled environment.

This package can be ordered with a simulator or added on at a later date (please see application list tab).

Product Features
  • Works with any Apple iOS device (iPad, iPhone, iPod touch)
  • Works with any Location-Services-aware iOS App (JeppView, ForeFlight, Reader Plates)
  • Works with most Windows-based flight simulation products:
    • Lockheed Martin Prepar3D
    • Microsoft Flight Simulator X
    • Flight Simulator 2000-2004
    • X-Plane 9 and 10
  • Lets you master aviation apps from the comfort and safety of your simulator!
Cygnus Pro Wireless:
Cygnus Pro Wireless comes with a fully-functioning Bad Elf GPS Pro external Bluetooth wireless GPS receiver, and can be used to feed simulation data to up to 6 Apple iOS devices (iPad, iPhone, iPod touch).



Applications

Applicable Redbird Simulator Devices:
  • MCX
  • FMX
  • SD
  • LD
  • MX2
  • TD
  • TD2

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