Thank you for your purchase of our Cessna Combo Panel.
The Models 2625, and the 1019 are compitible with FSX/FSUIPC, Prepar3d and
X-Plane (v10 and 11).

Below are the Tables that contain the Switch settings that need to be configured using your Flight Simulator software. It is assumed that a knowledge of SETTING the Flight Functions in FSX/FSUIPC and X-Plane are already known, so the instructions on Basic programming will not be covered here.
So with that in mind, Happy Flying

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Programming the
Cessna Combo Panels
 
Before programming the switches, plug the Panel into an unused USB Port and allow your computer to automatically install the needed Driver Software. All DTA circuit boards and panels are designed as HID Joystick inputs, so as to make the boards and panels compatible with all Windows Operating Systems.

With the Panel's Driver software installed, you can now RUN your FSX/FSUIPC (licensed version of FSUIPC is needed) or X-Plane (10.xx and up) and configure the switches as indicated below.
 
Programming the  Cessna Panel

Installation Instructions

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Panel Key/Toggle Switch
Key Switch OFF FSUIPC Button #15 Magneto OFF
Key Switch RIGHT FSUIPC Button #16 Magneto RIGHT
Key Switch LEFT FSUIPC Button #17 Magneto LEFT
Key Switch BOTH FSUIPC Button #18 Magneto BOTH
Key Switch START FSUIPC Button #19 Magneto START
Master ALT FSUIPC Button #0 Toggle Master Alternator
Master BAT FSUIPC Button #1 Toggle Master Battery
Fuel Pump FSUIPC Button #2 Toggle Elec Fuel Pump
BCN FSUIPC Button #3 Toggle Beacon Lights
LAND FSUIPC Button #4 Landing Lights Toggle
TAXI FSUIPC Button #5 Toggle Taxi Lights
NAV FSUIPC Button #6 Toggle NAV Lights
STROBE FSUIPC Button #7 Strobes Toggle
PITOT HEAT ON (up) FSUIPC Button #12 Pitot Heat ON
PITOT HEAT OFF (dwn) FSUIPC Button #13 Pitot Heat OFF
MASTER AVIONICS FSUIPC Button #9 Toggle Avionics Master
FSUIPC Button #
FSUIPC Assignment
Key Switch OFF magnetos Magnetos OFF
Key Switch RIGHT   Magnetos right for engine #1
Key Switch LEFT   Magnetos left for engine #1
Key Switch BOTH   Magnetos both for engine #1
Key Switch START starters Engage starter #1
MASTER ALT electrical Generators all Toggle
MASTER BAT   Batteries all Toggle
FUEL PUMP fuel Fuel pumps Toggle
BCN lights Beacon lights Toggle
LANDING   Landing lights Toggle
TAXI   Taxi lights toggle
NAV   Nav lights toggle
STROBE   Strobe lights toggle
PITOT HEAT ON (up) ice Anti-ice LEFT pitot heat ON
PITOT HEAT OF (dwn)   Anti-ice LEFT pitot heat OFF
MASTER AVIONICS systems Avionics toggle
Panel Key/Toggle Switch
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X-Plane Assignment
Below are 2 Tables, one for FSX/FSUIPC and the second for X-Plane. First, run your version of FSX. With the Cessna Panel plugged into the USB Port on your computer and FSX running, go into the SETTINGs Window and program each switch on the panel to the following flight functions located in FSUIPC.
Now with the switches programmed for FSX, choose and load an available aircraft. Test all switches for the correct programming function. If all is OK, exit FSX/FSUIPC. Now it is time to program the switches for X-Plane.

With the introduction of X-Plane 10.xx, Laminar Research now allows X-Plane to use the setting TOGGLE on many flight functions. So with these functions now available to us, we can easily use the same Cessna Panel for both FSX and X-Plane.

So with the Cessna Panel still plugged into the same USB port used by FSX programming, run your copy of X-Plane. Bring the Mouse cursor to the very top of the screen and click on
Joystick Settings and program the switches to the Flight Functions as seen in Table 2
With the Panel now programmed for X-Plane Flight Functions, load and run one of the many aircraft available. Test all switches and key switch positions for the correct operation.

With the programming complete, you can now load and run either FSX/FSUIPC or X-Plane without spending the aditional money for a second Cessna Panel.

By the way, all Cessna Combo Panels are also compatible with Prepar3d.
Happy Flying!