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Logitech Saitek Pro Flight Radio Panel

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Upgrade your flight simulation experience for Microsoft Flight Simulator X with the Saitek Pro Flight Multi Panel.

Features:

  • A set of switches and LED displays for use in controlling various aspects of flight simulation
  • COM1/COM2/NAV1/NAV2 function
  • DME/ADF/XPDR functions
  • Works with Microsoft Flight Simulator X and 2004
  • LED displays work fully in real time with Flight Simulator X and 2004, removing the need to bring the radio stack up on screen
  • Standby switch - set your standby frequencies and then set to active at the touch of a button
  • Twin concentric adjustment dials adjust frequency units incrementally for quicker selection of your required frequency
  • Mounts onto the Pro Flight Yoke System (sold separately) or into your own home cockpit setup
  • Multiple Radio Panels will allow simultaneous display of the various radio stack functions
  • Compatible: Windows XP/XP64 and Vista

Connectivity: USB 2.0

Works with:
Windows XP, XP64 and Vista (all versions), Windows 7, Windows 8
Mac: OS X 10.6.8 or Later

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Logitech Saitek Pro Flight Radio Panel

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Logitech Saitek Pro Flight Radio Panel Overview:

Upgrade your flight simulation experience for Microsoft Flight Simulator X with the Saitek Pro Flight Multi Panel.

Features:

  • A set of switches and LED displays for use in controlling various aspects of flight simulation
  • COM1/COM2/NAV1/NAV2 function
  • DME/ADF/XPDR functions
  • Works with Microsoft Flight Simulator X and 2004
  • LED displays work fully in real time with Flight Simulator X and 2004, removing the need to bring the radio stack up on screen
  • Standby switch - set your standby frequencies and then set to active at the touch of a button
  • Twin concentric adjustment dials adjust frequency units incrementally for quicker selection of your required frequency
  • Mounts onto the Pro Flight Yoke System (sold separately) or into your own home cockpit setup
  • Multiple Radio Panels will allow simultaneous display of the various radio stack functions
  • Compatible: Windows XP/XP64 and Vista

Connectivity: USB 2.0

Works with:
Windows XP, XP64 and Vista (all versions), Windows 7, Windows 8
Mac: OS X 10.6.8 or Later

 

32 CUSTOMER REVIEWS

  • Logitech Saitek Pro Flight Radio Panel

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It's fine, could be better.

  • By A Customer from New England on Wednesday, March 07, 2018
  • Pros: Solid piece of hardware.
  • Review: I've owned this product for more than a year. It seems sturdy and does what I need it to do. I think it's a good value. That said, there are issues that keep it from being a five-star product, all related to software. First, at least on the Mac, it too often is not recognized by XPlanes on startup necessitating a restart of the application. This is a big hassle. Second, managing the pulse rate of the the rotating switches is difficult and, in my setup, does not persist (so I have to reset the pulse rate each time I use it... or live with the default which is very clumsy). My guess is that these problems track back to the freeware drivers Xsaitekpanels 2.71, not sure. Resolving these problems would take my rating to 4.5 stars.

Great tool with some issues

  • By Adam from Montana on Saturday, April 30, 2016
  • Pros: Good support from MadCats and adds reality to sim
  • Review: I got this for Flight Simulator 2004 on a windows seven PC. I am using the SPAD v0.5 drivers. There are some issues that people have listed on other reviews that I would like to talk about.
    1)The radio selector knobs are a little stiff but I like that, it makes it harder to skip the radio I want.
    2) The frequency selection knobs are really cheap and it dose skip digits. However with the SPAD drivers and turning the knobs slowly that doesn't happen as much. I might end up doing something about it later but for now it is not much of a problem.
    I had problems getting the drivers to run on my computer. Turns out you need to "run as administrator " for things to work. I recommend SPAD because the Saitek drivers seemed harder to get to work with Flight Simulator 2004 because it is old.
    99% of the functions worked on my add on aircraft. I have several from different companies like Coranado, Aerosoft and Abacus to name a few. The only issue was the Aerosoft Piper Cheyenne, I could not set the transponder, everything else worked.
    I am using this to practice for my real world IFR flights.

Radio and Multi panel fix

  • By A Customer on Saturday, March 26, 2016
  • Pros: Fixes Radio Frequency Issues
  • Review: There's a mod by www.motivemods.com which replaces the OEM encoders eliminating the skipping of frequencies completely on the radio and multi panel.

    Here's a review: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1StSpRnhHOY

    The product can be found here: http://www.motivemods.com/Flight-Sim-s/888.htm

A different must on your stack.

  • By Bruce paz from Eureka CA USA on Thursday, October 08, 2015
  • Pros: Easy to use.
  • Review: Awesome gear a must need to learn VOF navigation, still learning but thats whats all about.

Not happy. Kind of works if you use 3rd party drivers

  • By Mosart from Parkland, FL on Wednesday, April 15, 2015
  • Pros: Looks good.
  • Review: Native drivers skips two numbers for every knob "click". This is quite an issue when you have to concentrate on other aspects of flying, and can't quite set the desired frequency. SPAD fixes this issue, but does not work well with Prepar3d under Windows 8.1

    Manufacturer help was next to useless. Very responsive with generic replies. They won't even read your messages, just copy and paste something out of a list of standard replies and send it it you.

Easy radio switching

  • By Scott from Renton WA U SA on Wednesday, April 15, 2015
  • Pros: takes over using radio's onscreen / mouse wheel scrolling
  • Review: Used this with X-Plane - just a heads up to anyone else who uses windows 8 you may encounter an issue with USB3 ports that causes this display to be blank text... there is a software bug 'caused by MS' .. to fix you simply find the USB deviceID and and shut off the advanced power management in the registry...

    Link to the thread I found to fix...
    http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?showtopic=71325&page=3

    If radio frequencies act up when setting 'skipping a tenth when switching active standby frequencies...

    http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?showtopic=82236&p=876418

Is priority no. 1 in panel purchases

  • By robb13 from Australia on Tuesday, October 14, 2014
  • Pros: Allows for good interraction between user and the FS
  • Review: After you buy one, you will want to buy the other saitek panels but think about getting another radio panel too. I did so as I can have COM1, NAV1, DME Nm & Knots and ADF displayed simultaneously. Makes it all much easier than clicking knobs all the time.

It's fine, could be better.

  • By A Customer from New England on Wednesday, March 07, 2018
  • Pros: Solid piece of hardware.
  • Cons: Software functionality is poor.
  • Review: I've owned this product for more than a year. It seems sturdy and does what I need it to do. I think it's a good value. That said, there are issues that keep it from being a five-star product, all related to software. First, at least on the Mac, it too often is not recognized by XPlanes on startup necessitating a restart of the application. This is a big hassle. Second, managing the pulse rate of the the rotating switches is difficult and, in my setup, does not persist (so I have to reset the pulse rate each time I use it... or live with the default which is very clumsy). My guess is that these problems track back to the freeware drivers Xsaitekpanels 2.71, not sure. Resolving these problems would take my rating to 4.5 stars.
  • Was this review helpful to you? Yes No 2 Other people found this review helpful.

Great tool with some issues

  • By Adam from Montana on Saturday, April 30, 2016
  • Pros: Good support from MadCats and adds reality to sim
  • Cons: Cheep hardware in construction
  • Review: I got this for Flight Simulator 2004 on a windows seven PC. I am using the SPAD v0.5 drivers. There are some issues that people have listed on other reviews that I would like to talk about.
    1)The radio selector knobs are a little stiff but I like that, it makes it harder to skip the radio I want.
    2) The frequency selection knobs are really cheap and it dose skip digits. However with the SPAD drivers and turning the knobs slowly that doesn't happen as much. I might end up doing something about it later but for now it is not much of a problem.
    I had problems getting the drivers to run on my computer. Turns out you need to "run as administrator " for things to work. I recommend SPAD because the Saitek drivers seemed harder to get to work with Flight Simulator 2004 because it is old.
    99% of the functions worked on my add on aircraft. I have several from different companies like Coranado, Aerosoft and Abacus to name a few. The only issue was the Aerosoft Piper Cheyenne, I could not set the transponder, everything else worked.
    I am using this to practice for my real world IFR flights.

  • Was this review helpful to you? Yes No 2 Other people found this review helpful.

Radio and Multi panel fix

  • By A Customer on Saturday, March 26, 2016
  • Pros: Fixes Radio Frequency Issues
  • Cons: None
  • Review: There's a mod by www.motivemods.com which replaces the OEM encoders eliminating the skipping of frequencies completely on the radio and multi panel.

    Here's a review: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1StSpRnhHOY

    The product can be found here: http://www.motivemods.com/Flight-Sim-s/888.htm
  • Was this review helpful to you? Yes No 0 Other people found this review helpful.

A different must on your stack.

  • By Bruce paz from Eureka CA USA on Thursday, October 08, 2015
  • Pros: Easy to use.
  • Cons: none
  • Review: Awesome gear a must need to learn VOF navigation, still learning but thats whats all about.
  • Was this review helpful to you? Yes No 0 Other people found this review helpful.

Not happy. Kind of works if you use 3rd party drivers

  • By Mosart from Parkland, FL on Wednesday, April 15, 2015
  • Pros: Looks good.
  • Cons: Native drivers skips two numbers for every knob "click". Unusable.
  • Review: Native drivers skips two numbers for every knob "click". This is quite an issue when you have to concentrate on other aspects of flying, and can't quite set the desired frequency. SPAD fixes this issue, but does not work well with Prepar3d under Windows 8.1

    Manufacturer help was next to useless. Very responsive with generic replies. They won't even read your messages, just copy and paste something out of a list of standard replies and send it it you.
  • Was this review helpful to you? Yes No 5 Other people found this review helpful.

Easy radio switching

  • By Scott from Renton WA U SA on Wednesday, April 15, 2015
  • Pros: takes over using radio's onscreen / mouse wheel scrolling
  • Cons: Observation Not a CON: If your using xplane some custom aircraft might require tweaks for radio frequency changes - but once addressed no problems
  • Review: Used this with X-Plane - just a heads up to anyone else who uses windows 8 you may encounter an issue with USB3 ports that causes this display to be blank text... there is a software bug 'caused by MS' .. to fix you simply find the USB deviceID and and shut off the advanced power management in the registry...

    Link to the thread I found to fix...
    http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?showtopic=71325&page=3

    If radio frequencies act up when setting 'skipping a tenth when switching active standby frequencies...

    http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?showtopic=82236&p=876418
  • Was this review helpful to you? Yes No 4 Other people found this review helpful.

Is priority no. 1 in panel purchases

  • By robb13 from Australia on Tuesday, October 14, 2014
  • Pros: Allows for good interraction between user and the FS
  • Cons: The mode button should have been back lit.. hard to see the setting in low light.
  • Review: After you buy one, you will want to buy the other saitek panels but think about getting another radio panel too. I did so as I can have COM1, NAV1, DME Nm & Knots and ADF displayed simultaneously. Makes it all much easier than clicking knobs all the time.
  • Was this review helpful to you? Yes No 3 Other people found this review helpful.

6 QUESTIONS & ANSWERS

  • Previously Asked Questions

  • Tuesday, July 15, 2014

    Q: Will all those panels work with X-Plane 10 or just with Microsoft Flight Simulator?

    A: Yes, the Saitek Flight Simulator hardware is compatible with almost all flight simulator software.

  • Saturday, May 12, 2012

    Q: will this product work on windows 7

    A: Yes, it is fully compatible with both 32 bit and 64 bit Windows 7.

  • Wednesday, February 15, 2012

    Q: can i connect a headset?

    A: Sure, if I understand the question, you can use an aviation headset with your computer with PC Flight Simulator Headset Adapter.

  • Monday, June 20, 2011

    Q: Is the dimension 2" on the saitek pro flight radio panel the face or the thickness of the panel ? Thanks.

    A: The actual face is 11" x 3" x 2" (deep).

  • Saturday, February 27, 2010

    Q: I am interested in getting this Panel. But do I need to have 2 panels or with just one I can be in control at all times with selected Com and Nav settings?

    A: One Panel will simulate both Com and Nav functions.

  • Thursday, October 01, 2009

    Q: Hi there, what are the dimensions of the Saitek Pro Flight Radio Panel.

    A: With the mounting bracket the dimensions are about 11" by 2".

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