Fighter Flight stick for Flight sims, Elite Dangerous , Star Citizen from CH Prodcuts

CH Fighterstick USB with Three axis and 24 buttons upto 128 functions for PC/MAC

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Product Overview The Fighterstick USB includes 3 axis and 24 buttons, including X,Y and Z axis for Aileron, Elevator, and Throttle control. Switch between three modes for a total of 176 programmable functions with the included Control Manager software* (*PC only).

QUICK START: How to install your new USB Game Controller by clicking here

CONTROL MANAGER PC Software Download-
Version 4.xx

Download the current version of Control Manager Software by clicking here

PLEASE NOTE: This software is programming software only. NOT DEVICE DRIVERS! If you are unsure if you need this software, do not install.

Introduction

The Control Manager software allows a user to program their CH USB devices. The CH Control Manager currently supports the following CH USB devices…

o Eclipse Yoke
o Multi Function Panel (MFP)
o Fighterstick
o Combatstick
o Flightstick Pro
o Flight Sim Yoke
o Pro Throttle
o Throttle Quadrant
o Pro Pedals

Limitations

The Control Manager is compatible with Windows 98, ME, 2000, XP, XP 64bit Edition, Windows Vista (all editions), as well as Windows 7 (all editions). It is only compatible with CH USB devices.

Installation Instructions

VERY IMPORTANT !!!
Before installing the newest version of Control Manager, be sure to uninstall any previous versions from your computer. Also, be sure that any anti-virus software is disabled.

How do I install the Control Manager?

Select your version of Windows from the drop down menu and click on the "DOWNLOAD" button to begin downloading the CH Control Manager.
o Windows 98 and ME users must disconnect all CH USB devices before installing the Control Manager.
o Windows 2000, XP, Vista, and Windows 7 users must connect all CH USB controllers before installing the Control Manager. MFP owners must install the CH Control Manager BEFORE connecting the MFP.

Once the download is completed, double click on the "setup" icon to begin installation of the Control Manager.
Features Three axis and 24 buttons
– X, Y and Z for aileron, elevator and throttle control
– three traditional push buttons, three 4-way hat switches, one 8-way POV hat switch and one mode switch button
Total of 128 programmable functions with Control Manager software (included)
Three color mode indicator LED's on base
Stylized F-16 handle
Dual rotary trim wheels for precise adjustment of ailerons and elevators
Side throttle wheel
Large, sturdy base with non-slide feet
Plug and Play driverless USB installation with 7 foot USB cable for both PC and Macintosh
Compatible with Windows 98, 2000, XP, Vista, 7 and Mac OSX
Warranty

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Details
Duration:
24 months
Type:
Return to base
DOA Period:
7 days
RTB Period:
24 months
Manufacturer Contact Details
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Reviews
Rated 5 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Excellent product Can't fault the product, I love it. Excellent support from CH products to if you need any. There are also massive community's ready to support new users of CH products along with game specific community's. I play ED, IL2 CLOD etc and SC when it comes out. Fighter stick is silky smooth, soft throw very accurate and has extensive setup options. Gave 4 value marks simply because i think it could be slightly cheaper, because if your serious you need all 3 products stick, peddles and pro throttle 08 March 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Straight from the 90s! This ancient artefact first appeared with a gameport connector back in the late 90s. Since then the only change made is USB compatibility. It's hilariously, genuinely retro! As soon as you wrap your hand around the stick you know it's something a bit special. The sensors are rated for 2 million cycles,and the buttons for 10 million presses, while the black plastic is actually glass impregnated nylon. It might look as stylish as an Amstrad stereo, but it's built like a 1970s Space Invader arcade cabinet with great scope for user modifications and home repairs. Inside the stick, it's as state of the art as a 50s aircraft: No stiction-plagued d gimbals here, just two super high quality springs providing the tension of the crossover control mechanism. The accuracy and movement action is amongst the best available. The crossover mechanism might give concerns that an intrusive dead zone or bump might be distracting, but in reality the stick disappears in the hand during play. Special note should go to the quality of the plastic used for the hats and buttons, as well as their action. You know you've got your hand on a piece of hard core simulation equipment. 21 October 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Solid, high-quality, smooth, precise action and a hat for all occasions. I found the very light resistance odd at first but I now really appreciate the finer control this gives you. After a bit of getting used to, I find it very natural and comfortable. My hands are quite small but I have no trouble reaching the hats and buttons, which I find to be well placed, high quality and with positive feel. The stick is entirely plastic but feels comfortable and robust. The wide base ensures that it stays in place on the desk during normal use. I personally like the subtle no-nonsense design, free from necessary bells and whistles. Note that this does not have a twist rudder so you might need pedals or some other yaw-control for flight sims. 23 September 2014
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Fighter Flight stick for Flight sims, Elite Dangerous , Star Citizen from CH Prodcuts
Fighter Flight stick for Flight sims, Elite Dangerous , Star Citizen from CH Prodcuts