FFB Yoke from Brunner Elektronik

force_feedback_yoke_zoomSwiss company Brunner Elektronik have announced the release of their Control Loading System Basic Yoke – a force feedback yoke designed for use with commercial off-the-shelf simulators such as the MSFS series, Prepar3D and X-Plane.

More than just a hobby yoke – which partially explains the €4000 price tag – the hardware supports numerous control systems including USB, CAN and TCP/IP. It can also be electronically linked to a second unit for multi-crew training. Technical specifications and full details can be found on the Brunner Elektronik website.

 

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Klaus
Sunday, December 23, 2012 05:18

Definitely will check the home build version!

Saturday, December 22, 2012 18:17

If you can come up with one for a reasonable price that has even half the features of this one, you’ll undoubtedly have a whole bunch of customers. Most of us have been pining for a good FFB yoke for years.

Saturday, December 22, 2012 13:46

Thanks for interesting in our new force feedback yoke. We know that the price may to high for a hobby flight simmer. The target groups for this units are simulator builder or enthusiastic home users who wants to reach certification level for flight training. The Yoke runs with 2 permanent magnet ac-servo motors@200W with high resolution encoder and a precise and strong mechanics. Two unit can be synchronized via CAN-Bus in real time. We are at the development of a new Yoke that will fit more in the target groupe of a home user It will have the same features… Read more »

Ian P
Saturday, December 22, 2012 00:27

It’s funny, but I’d have thought the same until I saw how much people are actually spending – not infrequently – on fully blown home cockpits. The other side of Birmingham from me, a guy has converted his spare room into a Boeing 747-400 flight deck. Cost? To the best of my knowledge he’s never actually said, but it’s multiple tens of thousands of pounds (exchange rate circa €0.78=£1 when I looked earlier). They’ll do anything they can to make the “immersion” as high as possible – buying Boeing seats, real yokes from retired aircraft, real panel facias, which they… Read more »

Klaus
Friday, December 21, 2012 21:08

….. AND- ladie´s and gentlement- if you order it today in this hour, yu´ll get 1 Spaceship– FOR FREE…

-only joking, i am sure its quite a good piece of hardware (has to be), but this price is really too much for any private useage- thats almost the haf price of a PPL in Austria- maybe my teacher will buy it for his certified simulator 🙂