by: Redbird Flight Simulations
Cygnus software installs on your computer and automatically connects to your flight simulation. It then sends the simulator´s position through a special cable that connects your computer to the Bad Elf GPS Pro. The Bad Elf GPS Pro unit disregards the GPS satellites when the special USB cable is connected and instead believes the simulator airplane´s position. You can then wirelessly connect up to 5 iPads or iPhones to the Bad Elf GPS Pro and it will pass the simulator airplane´s position to each one. As soon as you disconnect the special cable, the Bad Elf GPS Pro will resume sending the actual GPS position. Note: Cygnus is not compatible with 64-bit simulation engines.
The Bad Elf GPS Pro that you receive with your Cygnus Pro Wireless system is also a fully functional GPS that you can also use in your airplane, boat, car, or on the trail. The Bad Elf GPS Pro features a large LCD screen that displays your location, speed, heading, altitude, and GPS lock status at a glance. It also has a long battery life of up to 16 hours and allows you to connect up to 5 devices simultaneously via Bluetooth.
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