G1000® PC Trainer for Cirrus Perspective, Ver 11.11
Part Number: 010-11564-02
Processing time is 1–3 business days.
This PC Trainer simulates the behavior of the G1000 system interface and provides you with a safer environment to learn the basic operation of the system.
Due to the graphic memory intensive nature of the G1000 simulator, it must be the only application running on your PC. In some cases, even though your computer meets the minimum PC requirements, the simulator may not function properly. This is due to the unique configuration of each computer and the extra processes and procedures that are utilized by that computer.
PC Trainer versions 7.10 and higher versions feature:
Improved interface with Intel-integrated graphics controllers
Dual computer monitor support
Dual GDU display — displays PFD and MFD simultaneously
Remote Controllers — provides additional controls, such as GMC and GCU that will interface with GDUs
Ability to resize the GDU display(s) and remote controllers
Garmin FliteCharts — allows users to view published approach charts
Garmin SafeTaxi — allows users to view detailed airport information on the moving map
Airway interface — allows users to view and insert airways into the flight plan
Improved interface with simulator flight controls — allows users to use flight controllers, such as yoke and rudder pedals
This PC Trainer operates on Windows® 2000/XP/Vista®/7 platforms only; Windows 8/8.1 and Mac® operating systems are not supported. These requirements are essential for successful installation and operation. If your system does not meet these requirements, we cannot support your installation.
Single Screen Mode
1.8 GHz processor
256 MB RAM
Windows® 2000 or XP
300 MB of free hard disk space (1.4 GB free hard disk space required with FliteCharts option)
1280 pixels wide x 1024 pixels high
4-axis joystick with throttle/power and rudder control (optional)
Microsoft® DirectX 9.0c (included on this DVD)
Video card: DirectX-capable card with a minimum of 128 MB of memory and video card drivers that support DirectX 9.0c