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CH Products Throttle Quadrant USB ( 300-133 )

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The CH Throttle Quadrant USB is the highly anticipated multi engine throttle quadrant you've all been waiting for. Now, gamers and pilots alike can experience the most realistic simulated flight control available. With features including physical detents, reverse thrust and full programmability with 6 axis and up to 24 buttons, you can utilize 350 button positions.

This Throttle Quadrant is the perfect enhancement to the Flight Sim Yoke and Pro Pedals, or with the Fighterstick and Pro Throttle combination. Whatever setup you choose to use, get the most out of your flying experience with the CH Throttle Quadrant USB.

Removable blue, red, and black knobs included with each Throttle Quadrant, allowing for different configurations.

Features:

  • 6 Axis 12 Buttons (24 Button functions with Control Manager software (included)
  • 6 Physical Detents
  • Fully Programmable with CH Control Manager
  • Control Manager software enables 350 button positions
  • Compatible with Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, and Mac OSX
  • Compatible with all Windows based games
  • Built with the same rugged construction you've come to rely on with CH Products
  • Made in the USA with a limited 2 year warranty
  • Comes with 4 black knobs, 2 red and 2 blue - for Twin or Jet Engine set ups
     

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CH Products Throttle Quadrant USB ( 300-133 )

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CH Products Throttle Quadrant USB ( 300-133 ) Overview:

The CH Throttle Quadrant USB is the highly anticipated multi engine throttle quadrant you've all been waiting for. Now, gamers and pilots alike can experience the most realistic simulated flight control available. With features including physical detents, reverse thrust and full programmability with 6 axis and up to 24 buttons, you can utilize 350 button positions.

This Throttle Quadrant is the perfect enhancement to the Flight Sim Yoke and Pro Pedals, or with the Fighterstick and Pro Throttle combination. Whatever setup you choose to use, get the most out of your flying experience with the CH Throttle Quadrant USB.

Removable blue, red, and black knobs included with each Throttle Quadrant, allowing for different configurations.

Features:

  • 6 Axis 12 Buttons (24 Button functions with Control Manager software (included)
  • 6 Physical Detents
  • Fully Programmable with CH Control Manager
  • Control Manager software enables 350 button positions
  • Compatible with Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, and Mac OSX
  • Compatible with all Windows based games
  • Built with the same rugged construction you've come to rely on with CH Products
  • Made in the USA with a limited 2 year warranty
  • Comes with 4 black knobs, 2 red and 2 blue - for Twin or Jet Engine set ups
     

 

18 CUSTOMER REVIEWS

  • CH Products Throttle Quadrant USB ( 300-133 )

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  • By A Customer from Knoxville TN USA on Tuesday, December 19, 2017
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  • Review: Dependable, straight forward intuitive design, and not a piggy bank breaker.

I liked the CH Throttle Quadrant enough to buy another.

  • By Roger from Marion IA USA on Wednesday, March 30, 2016
  • Pros: Consistent digital values at each end of the range on the lever controls. This means you should not have to worry about inconsistent results when you use these in the flight simulators. The construction seems to have good quality. I don't expect I will have to worry about wearing the throttle quadrants out. Nice quantity of switches and of levers. The resolution of the lever controls is good. So, I don't have to worry about the minimum change that I can make in the settings being too high for good control of the aircraft.
  • Review: The worst thing about this product is the lack of information related to how it has been set up for the Microsoft Flight Simulator (i.e FSX for me) by other users. That information can be found with some effort to sort the available online information. The initial calibration and setup with the CH Control Manager is fine but does not give any ideas on how others are using the available buttons. Also, I found that I required the FSUIPC product by Peter Dowson to do a number of the things that I wanted to do (e.g. set up the throttles, mixtures, and prop pitches for appropriate engagement of feather, reverse thrust, low and high idle to name a few). That is not a fault of this product. Once I got to the right information and made the determination that I needed FSUIPC, I did not have much trouble setting up two of these quadrants to be used together with the CH Pro Pedals and the CH Eclipse Yoke. With this setup, I have the necessary control levers to cover the throttles, mixtures, and props for any aircraft having four or less engines with independent control levers for each function on each engine.

    I also use the latest version of X-plane and there are no problems using all these CH Products devices with it. I previously used a well-liked flight joystick with rudder controlled by twisting the joystick handle. This CH setup with FSUIPC for the Microsoft Flight Sim allows me to have much better control and put even the "Super Heavy" jumbo jets down with room to spare in conditions that I would have had trouble keeping the aircraft on the runway with my previous control setup. With X-plane, it is like the sim and these controls were designed for each other.

    I have my setup with FSX and FSUIPC on these controllers mirroring the same setup I have with them in X-plane. So, I can use the same levers or same buttons for the same thing in either X-plane or FSX. So, I have no problems switching between the simulators.

    These throttle quadrants are very consistent. That is, I always get the same reading (i.e. digital values) at each end of the travel of the throttle levers.

    The bottom line is that I am very happy with these throttle quadrants (and the other CH Products devices I have).

  • By Roger from Marion IA USA on Monday, March 14, 2016
  • Pros: See above, easy setup, good feel. It would hard to figure out how these could be much better for a general use in flight simming.
  • Review: I actually bought two of these to get all the axes that would be needed for a 4-engine prop aircraft. The only real negative is the lack of instructions for setup of the most likely uses of these throttle quadrants (i.e. MS flight simulator and X-plane). Those were found without any major difficulty by searching online. With MS Flight Simulator, make sure you get FSUIPC to enjoy the full capabilities with the most realism. I have had these for a few weeks now and once I got them set up appropriately I found it hard to leave the flight simulators alone. I will probably build a portable mounting platform for these and the CH Eclipse and CH Pro Pedals that I have. That would allow me to move them out of the way when I want to use the computer for other things. Getting back to the review, these have a good feel with respect to the real aircraft levers that they emulate. I like the CH Control Manager, which makes the initial setup pretty easy.

CH QUADRANT

  • By LLOYD from Andover MN USA on Friday, November 20, 2015
  • Pros: BUILT STURDY
  • Review: I BOUGHT IT TO GO WITH MY ECLIPSE YOKE

WORKS GREAT

  • By Thomas from Tallahassee FL USA on Monday, October 07, 2013
  • Pros: Works great
  • Review: First time I've bought a product that didn't need adjusting, works like a charm.

Great addition for sim

  • By Patrick from Pocono Lake PA USA on Tuesday, April 30, 2013
  • Pros: Everything programmed easily and works flawlessly
  • Review: Exceeded my expectations.

Realistic operation.

  • By Garry from Port Clinton OH USA on Saturday, September 29, 2012
  • Pros: Smooth operation.
  • Review: I use it on twin engine aircraft. The axis funtions work well for throttle, propeller, and mixture. I havent gotten much use out of the switches yet. I have not installed the configuration programming software as yet. The operation of the levers are smooth and responsive. I haven yet tried it for four engine aircraft. The throttles work nicely to control glidepath during landings. The detents seem to be useless in MS Flight Simulator X

  • By A Customer from Knoxville TN USA on Tuesday, December 19, 2017
  • Review: Dependable, straight forward intuitive design, and not a piggy bank breaker.
  • Was this review helpful to you? Yes No 3 Other people found this review helpful.

I liked the CH Throttle Quadrant enough to buy another.

  • By Roger from Marion IA USA on Wednesday, March 30, 2016
  • Pros: Consistent digital values at each end of the range on the lever controls. This means you should not have to worry about inconsistent results when you use these in the flight simulators. The construction seems to have good quality. I don't expect I will have to worry about wearing the throttle quadrants out. Nice quantity of switches and of levers. The resolution of the lever controls is good. So, I don't have to worry about the minimum change that I can make in the settings being too high for good control of the aircraft.
  • Cons: Probably takes up more horizontal space than an aircraft-specific throttle because there is no vertical offset on the lever knobs (e.g. throttle lever knobs higher than pitch or mixture knobs which would allow the levers to be closer together). This is not a real issue for a quadrant meant to work for all sorts of different aircraft types. Only an issue if someone was building a cockpit for a specifc aircraft and wanted a high degree of visual realism..
  • Review: The worst thing about this product is the lack of information related to how it has been set up for the Microsoft Flight Simulator (i.e FSX for me) by other users. That information can be found with some effort to sort the available online information. The initial calibration and setup with the CH Control Manager is fine but does not give any ideas on how others are using the available buttons. Also, I found that I required the FSUIPC product by Peter Dowson to do a number of the things that I wanted to do (e.g. set up the throttles, mixtures, and prop pitches for appropriate engagement of feather, reverse thrust, low and high idle to name a few). That is not a fault of this product. Once I got to the right information and made the determination that I needed FSUIPC, I did not have much trouble setting up two of these quadrants to be used together with the CH Pro Pedals and the CH Eclipse Yoke. With this setup, I have the necessary control levers to cover the throttles, mixtures, and props for any aircraft having four or less engines with independent control levers for each function on each engine.

    I also use the latest version of X-plane and there are no problems using all these CH Products devices with it. I previously used a well-liked flight joystick with rudder controlled by twisting the joystick handle. This CH setup with FSUIPC for the Microsoft Flight Sim allows me to have much better control and put even the "Super Heavy" jumbo jets down with room to spare in conditions that I would have had trouble keeping the aircraft on the runway with my previous control setup. With X-plane, it is like the sim and these controls were designed for each other.

    I have my setup with FSX and FSUIPC on these controllers mirroring the same setup I have with them in X-plane. So, I can use the same levers or same buttons for the same thing in either X-plane or FSX. So, I have no problems switching between the simulators.

    These throttle quadrants are very consistent. That is, I always get the same reading (i.e. digital values) at each end of the travel of the throttle levers.

    The bottom line is that I am very happy with these throttle quadrants (and the other CH Products devices I have).
  • Was this review helpful to you? Yes No 4 Other people found this review helpful.

  • By Roger from Marion IA USA on Monday, March 14, 2016
  • Pros: See above, easy setup, good feel. It would hard to figure out how these could be much better for a general use in flight simming.
  • Cons: Could be a little more setup information for the obvious uses.
  • Review: I actually bought two of these to get all the axes that would be needed for a 4-engine prop aircraft. The only real negative is the lack of instructions for setup of the most likely uses of these throttle quadrants (i.e. MS flight simulator and X-plane). Those were found without any major difficulty by searching online. With MS Flight Simulator, make sure you get FSUIPC to enjoy the full capabilities with the most realism. I have had these for a few weeks now and once I got them set up appropriately I found it hard to leave the flight simulators alone. I will probably build a portable mounting platform for these and the CH Eclipse and CH Pro Pedals that I have. That would allow me to move them out of the way when I want to use the computer for other things. Getting back to the review, these have a good feel with respect to the real aircraft levers that they emulate. I like the CH Control Manager, which makes the initial setup pretty easy.
  • Was this review helpful to you? Yes No 1 Other people found this review helpful.

CH QUADRANT

  • By LLOYD from Andover MN USA on Friday, November 20, 2015
  • Pros: BUILT STURDY
  • Cons: DOES NOT HOLD CALIBRATION
  • Review: I BOUGHT IT TO GO WITH MY ECLIPSE YOKE
  • Was this review helpful to you? Yes No 2 Other people found this review helpful.

WORKS GREAT

  • By Thomas from Tallahassee FL USA on Monday, October 07, 2013
  • Pros: Works great
  • Cons: none
  • Review: First time I've bought a product that didn't need adjusting, works like a charm.
  • Was this review helpful to you? Yes No 4 Other people found this review helpful.

Great addition for sim

  • By Patrick from Pocono Lake PA USA on Tuesday, April 30, 2013
  • Pros: Everything programmed easily and works flawlessly
  • Cons: The clamps for holding this to the desk are useless.
  • Review: Exceeded my expectations.
  • Was this review helpful to you? Yes No 3 Other people found this review helpful.

Realistic operation.

  • By Garry from Port Clinton OH USA on Saturday, September 29, 2012
  • Pros: Smooth operation.
  • Cons: Detents add nothing to the experience.
  • Review: I use it on twin engine aircraft. The axis funtions work well for throttle, propeller, and mixture. I havent gotten much use out of the switches yet. I have not installed the configuration programming software as yet. The operation of the levers are smooth and responsive. I haven yet tried it for four engine aircraft. The throttles work nicely to control glidepath during landings. The detents seem to be useless in MS Flight Simulator X
  • Was this review helpful to you? Yes No 7 Other people found this review helpful.

6 QUESTIONS & ANSWERS

  • Previously Asked Questions

  • Thursday, January 21, 2016

    Q: Will this work with my FSX and single and multi engine aircraft. Does it just plug into the computer somewhere to get it to work. How wide is the unit.

    A: Yes, this will work with FSX on both single and multi engine aircraft. 
    It connects to your computer via USB.
    Item Dimensions 7.09" L x 9.84" W x 6.69" H

  • Saturday, February 13, 2010

    Q: I am trying to find controls that simulate my G1000 equipped Diamond DA40 (center stick, right hand throttle quadrant, rudder pedals) for my iMac using X Plane. What would you recommend?

    A:

    The Saitek Cyborg X Flight Stick and Saitek Pro Flight Throttle Quadrant paired with the  Saitek Pro Flight Rudder Pedals would do a nice job of simulating a DA40.

  • Saturday, February 13, 2010

    Q: It looks like this quadrant can be configured for both single engine and twin engine ops. True?

    A: This throttle quadrant can be used for just about any engine type as you are able to completely customize the different controls on it.

  • Wednesday, February 03, 2010

    Q: hi, could this ch trottle be used with saitek yoke and rudder,

    A: Yes it can.

  • Monday, February 01, 2010

    Q: Hi; I would like to know the total weight for this item. Thanks

    A: The total shipping weight is around 3 pounds.

  • Tuesday, November 17, 2009

    Q: Is this compatible with a Mac running X-plane 9?

    A: Yes it is.

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