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Century Flight Systems is the original developer and leader of autopilot systems. Originating from Edo-Mitchell, Century knows and understands autopilots better than anyone.
Century Flight Systems is a world class leader in advanced autopilot systems. The Century Triden rivals features and performance found in commercial airliners. Rate and position based for unmatched performance.
Mudpond Development, Flight 1 Aviation Technologies, and Flight 1 Software bring you the world class Century Triden Autopilot System for Flight Simulator 2004 and Flight Simulator X.
The Century Flight Systems, Inc. TRIDEN SERIES Autopilot is an advanced General Aviation Flight Control System. The Century Triden AP system includes the Triden AP with vertical speed, alt hold, approach, nav, hdg, flight director and yaw damper modes.
In addition to the Autopilot, the TRIDEN Automatic Flight Control System include the world famous century NSD-1000 HSI, Century ADI w/FD and the Century GPSS/HDG switch, plus an Altitude Preselect and Alerter.
A panel editor interface allows you to add the autopilot system to any existing aircraft in your flight simulator library. Two manuals, one for the autopilot system and the other for the panel editor, are also included with the software.
The E-Commerce enabled download executable is about 8.1 MB in size. The purchase screen will appear when you run the executable. The servers do support Resume, however we do not recommend certain download managers because they can sometimes corrupt large downloads.
Version 1.02 - Via direct download (8.1 MB)
For support on this product, please go to the Panel Configuration Forum at Simforums.com
Windows XP Required - Although this package may operate under Windows 98 or Me, Flight One can't make any guarantees that you will not encounter problems when using the software with Windows 98 or Me. Flight1 highly recommends Windows XP as it is a true 32-bit operating system, and does not suffer from certain memory limitations of Windows 98 or Me.
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