FSLabs Releases Engravity/PMDG CDU Driver

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Francois Dumas, PR officier for FSLabs, reports “……. Flight Sim Labs, Inc., (FSLabs), announces the release of yet another one of our specialized driver applications, this time to provide an interface between Engravity hardware and Flight Simulator software. This specific interface allows owners of Engravity’s 737 and 747 CDU hardware to interface their CDU’s with the PMDG 747-400X Queen of the Skies for Flight Simulator X…..”.

“….. Purchaser must already own and have installed an Engravity 747-400 or 737 CDU in order to use this driver. It requires that the user also have installed the PMDG 747-400X for FSX line of products, along with the latest Service pack.

Purchasing this interface will allow the user to connect any MCP747 and optional EFIS module to the PMDG 747-400X product line on Flight Simulator X. FSLabs uses try-before-you-buy software and this downloadable driver provides a fully working, area-limited (around Greece’s Venizelos airport) version which can become fully enabled by purchasing a license key afterwards.
With an activated license key, the product becomes fully operational globally inside Flight Simulator X. Instructions on how to purchase are included by hitting the “Purchase” button within the driver user interface.

You can find and download the Installer for the Engravity CDU-X driver on FSLab’s dedciated web site here
(Of course it requires Engravity 737NG or 747 CDU hardware v1.03 or later and Flight Simulator X).

Any additional information can be found on our web site or you can contact FSLabs through our forums……”.

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