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Overhead Panel for NGXu

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    Overhead Panel for NGXu

    Hi,

    I'm looking for a ready built overhead cockpit for my 737 cockpit. My choice would have been something comparable to the VRINSIGHT 737 overhead but I noticed that this one is only compatible with the old PMDG 737 and not the 737 NGXu under Prepar3d.

    Does anyone know a NGXu compatible overhead? I understand that most overheads are for Pro Sim etc.

    Thank you for any tip!

    Best regards Andreas Vavra

    #2
    If I understood it right, most of the components built by Simworld in Poznan are compatible with PMDG, most likely the NGXu as well. You could send them a Message. They where very friendly, when we had contact two years ago. However, they are not inexpensive.
    And you could ask CPFlight from Italy. I have their MCP and it works great with the NGXu.
    Good luck!

    Jens Leuteritz
    Jens Leuteritz - 737NGX, T7

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      #3
      CP Flight all the way!
      Yours Truly
      Boaz Fraizer

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        #4
        You can check opencockpits as well. they offer ready items as well.
        Chris Makris (Olympic260)
        PMDG Technical Support
        http://www.pmdg.com

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          #5
          Any ideas how to mount an open cockpit panel to a very sturdy office table? It has no VESA mounting

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            #6
            If you go for Opencockpits ready-built OVH and the popular OC4BAv4 interface everything will work with a few mosue clicks.
            Roar Kristensen
            www.flightsim4fun.com
            Home Cockpit software developer

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              #7
              `Flightsimpm.com has a decent one for a fair price. They are located in England. I've bought several products from them and they are very reliable
              George Nacino

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                #8
                Hi Andi

                Since Beginn of 2021 I have the new Foreward Overhead Panel from CPFlight. This is compatible to the PMDG737NGXu / P3D5.1 and works fine. CPFlight offers also a cover for the overhead. To mount this, I bought several years ago a part from FlightDeckSoultion (I have the older overhead panel from CPFlight, which was compatible with P3D 4.5 and PMDG373NGX). I also have the JETMax from FlightDeckSolutions. So, the overhead-stand fits perfect to the JETMax. All parts are worth the expensive costs.

                Kind regards
                Hans Leuenberger

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