This application will act as a CDU and will allow you to interact with the FMC on your Flight Simulator. It interfaces with your FS using an application installed on PC through a TCP/IP network. All data related to FMC is displayed on Virtual CDU and touch keyboard inputs are directly sent to FS.
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Activeren van iPad en APP Virtual CDU
- Vlieg_Pc starten en je IP adres ophalen van de actieve netwerkadapter.
Start-CMD-IPCONFIG-ENTER bijv. 192.168.2.x
- Op de iPad de instelligen voor de FSE router opzoeken en activeren.
Naam van het draadloos netwerk: WRT610N-24.
- Op de iPad de Virtual CDU APP verbinden met jouw lokale IP adres.
Zie stap 1 voor 192.168.2.x
- Op de iPad APP starten en CONNECT.
a latest version of SPAD is available.
Release v0.5.1- July 22nd, 2012
SPAD supports both FSx and P3D under the following conditions:
SPAD is based on FSUIPC and where both FSX and P3D are supported, SPAD will work. Microsoft Flight Simulator default aircrafts (the ones that come with the package) are strictly developed using the recommended guidelines and use internal engine facilities (in particular the autopilot). These aircrafts work with SPAD out of the box.
Lockheed Martin P3D has not such a set of “default” aircrafts. Lockheed Martin packed a set of aircraft taken from different sources. Some of them should be considered as “add-on” aircraft, with POSSIBLE problematic support especially for the multipanel.
SPAD is based on FSUIPC. FSUIPC supports P3D, so SPAD supports P3D.
SPAD is not able to “talk” directly to aircraft equipped with custom made autopilots.
There’s no warranty that every aircraft coming with P3D is based on standard autopilot.
Many thanks to Massimo for his work!