.The RealSimGear G1000 PFD/MFD Module is a high quality, ultra realistic hardware interface for your flight simulator. The unit contains a dedicated IPS 10.4" wide view angle high quality HDMI display and backlit buttons. The system connects to your PC via a USB and HDMI cable and comes pre-loaded with the RealSimGear drivers for easy 'plug and play' operation (no configuration required).
- Works with X-Plane v11/12 (Windows only NO Mac support) and MSFS 2020(read more about this here).
- Ultra-realistic backlit silicone rubber buttons
- High Quality tactile knobs
- Simple USB and HDMI connection. If you do not have a spare HDMI connection on your PC, consider a HDMI to USB-3 adapter.
- Fully assembled and configured
- Dedicated HDMI, IPS high brightness displays with 1024x768 resolution
The G1000 PFD/MFD module can be easily mounted into an existing panel, or used with the RealSimGear desktop stand.
** Note, the desktop stand is not included. This product will not stand up - it needs to be stand or panel mounted.
** Note, you will need to purchase an HDMI cable separately to match the available video port on your computer.
This is the most affordable, highest quality and most realistic G1000 simulation system available.
The G1000 PFD/MFD module works with any G1000 equipped aircraft included with or designed to work with X-Plane 11/12 (Windows only NO Mac support). It will also work with any G1000 equipped aircraft in MSFS2020. Finally it also works with P3D v3 and FSX Steam when using the Mindstar G1000 Advanced Edition. Note that there is additional cost required to purchase the appropriate third party software license. The G1000 may work with other third party aircraft, please check with us if you are not sure.
WE ALSO PROVIDE A FREE PLUG IN FOR STREAMLINED SCREEN CONFIGURATION FOR SEVERAL THIRD PARTY G1000 EQUIPPED AIRCRAFT. READ MORE ABOUT THIS HERE.
- G1000 XFD Unit
- USB Cable
- 12v Power Adapter
First class flight sim add on!
I have the G1000 Suite and I'm very happy with it and in particular, the support for when things are glitch. I was having quite an issue with screen resolution. Turned out to be the splitter x2. Finally found one that worked flawlessly. (Startech) Only one small issue at present, I'm seeing very small red pixels along the edge of the screen on one of the monitors. Hopefully the folks at RealSimGear can help and/or replace the monitor if it can't be resolved.
I had purchased a G1000 from FlightsimBilders but ended up returning it because of some issues. Then I bought the RaelsimGear G1000, and it was the best decision I made.
Dies what it supposed to do. The only downside is that it is not the NXi version.
G1000 PFD/MFD - Great Product
I built a desktop simulator last year, using the G430 from RealSimgear. I was so impressed with the quality and technical support for this product that I decided to take the plunge and buy the G1000 set (PFD/MFD/Audio Panel) from them for my C172 project (using a real C172 cockpit) The end result is stunning and the G1000 panels added a level of realism that is absolutely fantastic. I am running Xplane 11 on the simulator which makes the G1000 experience about 90% accurate. (It would have been nice if there were 3rd party plugins for Xplane to make the ReaSimgear G1000 100% realistic like the plugin I have for the RealSimgear G430 from Reality XP) But, overall, yet another great product and a happy customer!
Perfection, but with a big flaw
Let me join the other enthusiastic reviewers: the G1000 performs as well as advertised - but let me point out a big flaw that must be addressed: the screen is very bright, as advertised, meaning that it becomes far too blinding during night flying. I'm told that there is no easy solution, as the currently installed G1000's panel backlighting offers no dimming facility. I offer two suggestions: - short term, get a grey tinted plexiglas panel of the exact screen size, easy to set and to remove (Velcro?) - it may not look too nice, but it would solve the problem; - long term, it should not be rocket science to make that panel dimmable ex-factory. ...and it's the only flaw I noticed, the rest is perfect.
Hi Alvaro, Sorry for the very long delay in this, but it is possible to dim the display using the panel brightness control in X-Plane itself, have you tried that?
Frequently Asked Questions
The power pack we supply is 110-240V, 12 volt, 2 amps. It has a plug suited to North American outlets.