Torquesim Announces Cirrus Entegra Series
February 14, 2021
X-Plane developer Torquesim has announced the development of an Avidyne Entegra-equipped version of their Cirrus SR-20, SR-22NA/TN, previously including Garmin’s G1000.
After releasing the SR-22 in July 2020 and its predecessor the SR-20 in November of the same year, Torquesim comes with yet another development to the Cirrus family, adding Avidyne Entegra which equipped Cirrus aircraft built between 2003 and 2008. The developer has indicated that this is the company’s most ambitious project due to the custom-coded avionics.
The following GPS configuration will be available on both airplanes:
- 2x Default/RealityXP GNS 430
- 1x RealityXP GTN 750 + RealityXP GTN 650
- 2x RealityXP GTN 650
- 1x RealityXP GTN 750 + Default/RealityXP GNS 430
TorqueSim is continuing its long-standing partnership with RealSimGear to bring an Avidyne Entegra desktop console.
The Torquesim Entegra series not only features the Avidyne Avionics suite, the Garmin GTX 330 transponder and STEC-55X autopilot are also simulated.
Here is an abbreviated list of features supported by Torquesim’s Entegra, the full list if available on the developer’s website:
- Proper Boot Sequence
- MAP Page
- TAWS System
- NRST Page
- Integrated Checklists
- Custom Gauges
- Lean-Assist Functionality
TorqueSim’s Entegra series is set to release soon, check out the developer’s website to stay updated or to read more about the project.
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