Easily Install and Program your very Own Fuel Select Panel (w/Emergency Fuel Push/Pull Cut-off Valve) with Microsoft's Flight Simulator FSX,
Prepar3D & X-Plane

For Windows and MAC OperatingSystems
Completely Assembled/Tested
Fuel Tank Selector Panel
NOTE: Design Subject to Change without notice

Fuel Selector Panel Measures 7.25 inches by 3.0 inches.
Requires an inside clearance of 2 1/2 inches

USB Cable also Included
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Fuel Selector Switch w/Fuel Cut-Off valve
Easily Incorporate a Fuel Tank Select  to your Flight Panel or GoFlight Rack

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The Model 2395 is a totally Re-designed Fuel Selector Panel. As the 2390, the 2395 is an Easy to install and Program flight necessity. Fashioned from a late model Cessna 172, the 2395 allows the selection of fuel flow from the left, right and from Both Tanks with the flip of the Large Military black Pointer Knob. By flipping the knob to the 12 o'clock position, you draw your fuel from Both tanks; At the 9 o'clock, Left Tank only and at the 3 o'clock position, the Right Tank. Then, in case of that rare in-flight emergency, the 2395 also has a Push/Pull emergency Fuel Cut-Off. All of the 2395 functions can be found in the inexpensive flight add-on utility; FSUIPC.

The 2395 was designed for flush mounting inside your flight desk. Just cut the appropriate size hole on your instrument panel and insert the 2395 and secure with 2 screws (Two 8-32 Nylon Thumb Screws are also Provided). When installed, you can now program the 2395 using MS-2002, MS-2004, FSX, FSUIPC. Also compatible with GoFlight's Panel Racks (GF-AC and GF-Mini Rack)

Depending on the type of aircraft you have displayed on the screen, you may

Installation Instructions:

With the 2395 installed and securely mounted inside your flight panel, insert the Cable into the 2395 Connector; then into an unused USB Port on your computer. Your computer will sense the panel's presence and load the appropriate driver software. To see the panel in operation, you can goto the Calibration window and select "Fuel Selector Panel Model 2395". You can now see the operation of all switches. Note the pulse created with the Push/Pull switch when pulled Out and pushed IN. The switch creats a pulse for both In and OUT positions of about 3/4 seconds. This insures that your flight simulator program "sees" the Fuel Cut-Off function for both settings.

FSUIPC Settings:

With the 2395 panel plugged in, run your favorite Flight Sim Program and display your FSUIPC window.  Click on "Buttons + Switches". Turn the Fuel Select knob to LEFT tank. Notice that FSUIPC will display the USB Location of the 2395's input. Using FSUIPC, program this setting to:
"FUEL SELECT LEFT". Now, flip the knob to the BOTH position and program it to: "FUEL SELECT ALL". Then flip the knob to the RIGHT position and progran to: "FUEL SELECT RIGHT".

Now, turn your attention to the Fuel Cut-off Push/Pull Switch. Pull the switch OUT and program to:

Now Exit your Flight Simulator Program. But before re-loading the program, you must configure the Fuel Selector Panel to its DEFAULT Positions. You are probably aware that when starting any flight sim program, switches and buttons are preset into certain positions on-screen. The 2390 is no exception. Before starting your flight sim, the 2390's fuel select knob must be set for BOTH tanks
(12 o'clock position) and the Fuel Cut-off push/pull switch is pushed IN. These settings will now allow the 2390 to be in sync with the pre-fight settings on your flight sim.

Now, with the flight sim running, pull the Fuel Cut-off switch OUT and notice that your aircraft's engine dies due to lack of fuel. When the engine stops completely, push the Fuel Cut-off switch IN and turn the ignition key to START. The engine will come back to life. you may or may not see the Fuel Select switch on screen. Using the Cessna 172 aircraft found in FS2004, you can easily see the fuel tank selection switch move with each of the 3 settings on the 2395 panel.
NOTE: The 6 o'clock switch position can also be programmed as Fuel OFF if so desired.

X-Plane 10 Settings:

With X-Plane 10 running goto the
Buttons: Adv folder; then click on "fuel" Associate the Fuel Tank Select switch to: fuel_selector_lft (Fuel Tank LEFT)  fuel_selector_rgt (Fuel Tank RIGHT) fuel_selector_all (Fuel Tank BOTH) and fuel_selector_none for Emergency Fuel Cutoff

With these settings complete. . .

. . .You're ready to take flight!
Fuel Tank Select Panel

* Just Plug Panel into USB Port
* Controls Left/Both/Right Fuel Tanks
* Push/Pull Switch for Fuel Cut-Off
* Large Military Type Selector Knob
* Use FS 'Settings' to Assign Functions
* Uses Standard Series "B" USB Connector
* Requires FSUIPC for Programming
* Easy Programming Instructions Below
* Flush Mounted to your Flight Deck
* Mountable in GoFlight's Panel Racks
* Measures 7.25 inches by 3.0 inches  
The Fuel Tank Selector Knob is a Military Styling and is made from Polycarbonate; Matte Black; 1/4 in. Round; 0.562 in.; 0.869 in.
Fuel Selector - Model 2395
MS Flight Simulator FS2004, FSX & Prepar3d
Requires FSUIPC for Normal operation.

Also compatible with X-Plane 10's
Button:Adv Settings

The 2395 has been redesigned to now include a 4 position Mechanical Rotary Switch with 90 degree indexing.

This allows for a MORE Realistic Feel for the Selection of Fuel Tanks.
NEW! Now with a 4 Position 90 degree Rotary Switch
Flight Simulator LINKS
A YouTube Review of the 2395
See a YouTube Review of the 2395 Panel - Below