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German Aircraft Instruments

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German Aircraft Cockpit's and Instrument Panel Identification Guide

 

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Other Cockpit Guides

 

Words Often Used Interchangeably

  • Coolant Temp - Water Temp: Engine Cooling System.

 

Common Character Identification

  • ata: A unit of Atmospheric Pressure Measurement for the Manifold of the Engine.
  • U/Min: Umdrehungen pro Minute, or basically Revolutions per Minute.
  • Achtung: Attention, or a Warning.

 

 

 

Tip!

  • Head movement: You can move your pilots head to get a better look inside the cockpit using head-movement controls.

[spoiler]http://i.imgur.com/i8kSs0y.jpg[/spoiler]

 

  • Devices: Sign into the forums from your Smartphone, Android or Tablet and view the guide for hands free and alt-tab free view of a cockpit.

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Aircraft Cockpit Interiors and Instrument Panels

Пилотажно-навигационные приборы в кокпите

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Пилотажные Приборы  Учебник Макет Кабина Бирка Расположение Внутрь Панель Датчик Указатель

Авиация немецкий

 

 

Bayerische Flugzeugwerke-Messerschmitt AG

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Bf 110 (Zerstörer) "Destroyer"

 

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Bf 109 F4 Friedrich

  • The Friedrich 4 and Friedrich 4/Tropical have the same cockpit.

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  • русский 

[spoiler]http://img15.imageshack.us/img15/6356/r1xz.jpg[/spoiler]

 

Bf 109 G2 Gustav

 

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  • русский 

[spoiler]http://img856.imageshack.us/img856/6606/5ckn.jpg[/spoiler]

 

Bf 109 G10 Gustav

 

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Bf 109 K4 Kurfürst

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Focke-Wulf Flugzeugbau AG

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Fw 190 A-5 Anton (Würger) "Shrike"

  • Head-movement controls help in seeing under the dashboard.

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  • UNDER THE DASH

 

Fw 190 D12 | Fw 190 D13 Dora

  • The two appear to have the same Cockpit Layout.
  • Left blue: Boceto and TheThing345 have told me that notausfahren is for emergency gear drop, so it shall be so!
  • The right blue appears to be artificial, or doesn't match with anything in a cockpit that I can identify. Might be unfinished.

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Ta 152 H-1 Höhenjäger

  • Cockpit is 95% identical to the Dora currently.

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Bayerische Flugzeugwerke AG

 

Bf 109 Emil 3

 

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  • русский

[spoiler]http://img202.imageshack.us/img202/1042/xz6b.jpg[/spoiler]

 

 

Messerschmitt AG

 

Me 410 (Hornisse) "Hornet"

  • Thanks to TheThing345 for translating some documents for this cockpit.
  • Gun Sight: Stuvi 5B
  • Stick: KG 13 B Steuerknüppel (Control Stick)
  • Ammunition Counter SZKK4
  • ??? Supposed to be Coolant Temps. Doesn't appear to be modeled accurately. 
  • Floor Panel

Me410_cockpit.jpg

  • Lower Panel

 

Me 262 (Schwalbe) "Swallow"

  • Left Side Flight Instruments
  • Right Side Engine Management
  • Schusszähler SZKK2 Ammo Counter
  • RATOG - Rocket Assisted Take Off Gear
  • AFN Indicator - Funkgerät, radio, Morane whip aerial array.

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Me 163 (Komet) "Comet"

  • FK 38 suspended helps it stay accurate given the vibrations of the rocket.

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Junkers Flugzeug - und Motorenwerke AG (JFM)

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Ju-87

  • All the variants appear to have the same cockpit

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Heinkel Flugzeugwerke

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He 51

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He 112 

 

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He 162 (Volksjäger) "Peoples Fighter"

 

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MiG-15

 

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Henschel und Sohn

 

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Hs 129 Panzerknacker

  • EXTRA GAUGES Located on left and right Engine Nacelles.
  • Left Side Hydraulic Gauge Only
  • Variometer not ? Implemented

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will do italians here, and eventually move them if they eventually get their own tree.

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So this is what a "community helper" does.

 

Although I am not flying in FRB +1

I was doing this stuff before I became a community helper in all honesty :p 

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Great stuff, one question though, what button do you press to adjust your camera to view instruments under the dash and blocked by your pilot's arms? I'm mostly interested in viewing the oil temp gauge in the 190A-5, as using C to look around doesn't let you see it fully.

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I've always wondered where is variometer in Bf 109 ... Now I know there isn't any :D

Yes only the Kurfürst had a variometer. I'll add it later.

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+1, nice work (I don't need this myself but whatever  :yes:  )

I think "notausfahren" on the 190 D is the emergency control for landing gear, like on the 109s. It's only a guess though, and I doubt it's easy to find manuals for the D-12/13 because of the low production numbers.

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+1, nice work (I don't need this myself but whatever  :yes:  )

I think "notausfahren" on the 190 D is the emergency control for landing gear, like on the 109s. It's only a guess though, and I doubt it's easy to find manuals for the D-12/13 because of the low production numbers.

 

I agree with this man, notausfahren is indeed the word for "emergency gear drop"

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Can someone explain how propeller pitch works, and how to read it on the prop pitch indicator?

Well I can tell you what prop pitch is and how the German prop pitch governors work, but not how to read the indicator lolol.

 

The indicator is an electronic gauge attached to a motor which changes the pitch of the propeller. The pitch of the propeller is basically the angle at which it is in relation to the air. Like taking a flat board and swinging it against the air, then turning it sideways and swinging it through the air. 

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The only cockpit I Need is the He-51. I can do pretty much everything else but that. 

 

I even contacted a firm in Germany that has a current restoration project to see if they could give me information on it lol.

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He 51

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Nice! Where did you find that? I mean I was able to find cockpits for the friggin kikka and mig 15 but I couldn't find cockpits for a simple bi-plane lol.

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Also, I believe 190 F-8 and A-8 were identical save for some engine differences (F-8 tuned for lower alt performance) and a different radar/radio can't remember), so I think that the F-8 cockpit layout should be the same.

 

http://www.qattara.it/Documents/fw190a8.pdf

 

A-8 manual, cockpit is at page 100.

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Also, I believe 190 F-8 and A-8 were identical save for some engine differences (F-8 tuned for lower alt performance) and a different radar/radio can't remember), so I think that the F-8 cockpit layout should be the same.

 

http://www.qattara.it/Documents/fw190a8.pdf

 

A-8 manual, cockpit is at page 100.

Naice. I'm actually going to do the F-8 cockpit anyway. I was just caught up in trying to figure out the he 112 and he 51, because they were the hardest cockpits I've tried to do. I mean, I have a horten ho 229 cockpit, j9n kikka cockpit, russian mig 15 and mig-21 cockpits. But I couldnt find a damn biplane. It was so annoying lol. 

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