• simPlugins - Panel Builder For DCS P51D Now Available

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    Panel Builder is an add-on instrument package that allows the creation of custom instrument panels to interface with various flight simulators. The instruments can be run on the same computer as the flight simulator, or on a networked additional computer. For Panel Builder to run on the same computer, a powerful processor (Intel i7) and a high end graphics card have to be available.

    Product Highlights

    • 20 P-51D Mustang instruments
    • Design an unlimited number of panels
    • A background image can be assigned to each panel
    • Multi-screen support
    • Instruments are scalable to fit all sizes of monitors
    • Interface via lua export script - included
    • Complete! Nothing else to buy.

    System Requirements

    • Microsoft Windows Vista (or greater), Windows 7 preferred
    • Microsoft .NET Framework 4.0 Extended

    Flight simulator supported: DCS World with P51D Mustang Module.

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