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  1. iGoApp

    iGoConnect

    Version 2.30.6

    129 downloads

    iGoConnect is an X-Plane plugin that connects X-Plane to iGoDispatch – an iPad application developed for LES Saab-340A, JRollon's CRJ-200, and IXEG's Boeing-733. The plugin performs the following functions: The plugin receives the following information from the iGoDispatch application: Centre of Gravity offset, payload weight, and fuel weight. After the data have been received, the plugin loads the plane by changing the relevant datarefs in X-Plane. The plugin sends the following X-Plane datarefs (ACARS data) to iGoDispatch: plane’s position (latitude and longitude); heading (true and magnetic); weight; available fuel; current fuel flow; ground speed; and altitude. After the data have been received by iGoDispatch, the application performs other calculations, such as estimation of time and distance given the available fuel, %MAC, and the current CG offset. The plugin receives the current CG offset from the Application and dynamically adjusts it during the flight resulting in greater flight realism. The Plugin monitors flight performance based on approximately 20 parameters and determines possible pilot's errors during the flight. The Plugin also determines the passengers' satisfaction by monitoring the G-force and turbulence experienced during the flight. A performance report can then be sent to and displayed on the Application IMPORTANT! If you have problems connecting the iGoDispatch application to the computer with X-Plane running, it is most likely that your Firewall is blocking the TCP connection. You need to open the port to allow connection between your iPad and computer. For Windows: Go to Control Panel > Windows Firewall Click on "Advanced Settings" in the left-hand pane. Click on "Inbound Rules" and then "New rule". Select "Port", click next, select "TCP", and enter "7767" as the local port. Click next, and allow the connection. Click next again, and ensure that "Domain", "Private" and "Public" are all ticked. Name your firewall rule, e.g. "iGoConnect", and then save it. For Mac: Go to System Preferences, and choose the Security and Privacy Tab. Click on the Firewall Tab, and the Firewall options button. The page will show you the applications that are allowed access through your firewall Add new applications to the list by clicking on the plus icon. If you use third-party firewalls, they have their own procedures of adding Ports to TCP connections that may differ from those that I provide in my manual. You need to follow their specific instructions. For example, if you have McAfee in Windows, follow these steps: Open McAfee Total Protection; Open Web and Email Protection; Open Firewall; Open Ports and System Services; Click Add; System Service Name: iGoDispatch. Local TCP/IP Ports: 7767. Open ports to: All PCs. Forward port activity: checked. Click Save. The Manual is also available here: http://igoapp.ca/page_igoconnect/igoconnect_manual.html The plugin supports Windows, Mac (OS X versions 10.7 or later), and Linux.
  2. Hi, I had purchased the les saab 340 for x plane 11. Though it was not recommended, the aircraft pretty much loads fine except for the gps. It is unusable and cannot be turned on. I get the error: Run(xp) : G530_main: [string "JGX.2.G530.00.lua.aes"] : attempt to index local 'G530navCycleFileHandle" (a nil value). Is there anyway to make the gps work or will I need to wait till version 1.5 of the saab is released?
  3. raffraff91

    Saab 340A with XP11.00 (stable)

    Hi all, I want to purchase the Take Command! Saab 340A, however first I need to know whether it works properly with X-Plane 11.00 (NOT BETA). Does it work properly with it? Are there any major bugs? And when will there be an update for it to be compatible with v11? Thanks
  4. Lerno1

    Saab 340 Pressurization

    Hello, Recently I purchased the Saab 340 and I am so far very pleased with it! At the moment I am attempting to follow the included tutorial and everytime I reach 10,000 ft., I get a CABIN PRESS warning. Tried looking through the manual for how to actually pressurize the aircraft, and though I got a look at the pressurization systems, I wasn't able to pressurize my aircraft the next time I flew and set the knobs according to what the manual indicated. Any help on how to pressurize the Saab and preferably some more information on the pressurization systems would be much appreciated! Thanks
  5. Veace

    Crash SAAB 340

    Hi, Can someone check and tell me if the crash is caused by this plane or its something else? I was flying from KSAN>KSJC using Garmin 530 This is my second crash on this route Thanks in advance Cycle Dump.txt GizmoLog.txt Log.txt
  6. Eastern Airways - LES Saab 340 View File I've only just got into this magnificent aircraft, And thought I'd try out this livery as I've wanted Eastern Airways for ages! Hope you enjoy The aircraft - X-Aviation Visit jettodesigns.co.uk for more of my creations, or read my blog on flight training at CTC Aviation! Thanks for downloading! Comments and constructive criticism are appreciated. Remember to subscribe for updates Submitter jiggyb2 Submitted 04/08/2016 Category Heavy Metal Livery For Click Here For Aircraft X-Plane Version(s)
  7. jettojig

    Eastern Airways - LES Saab 340

    Version 1.0.0

    42 downloads

    I've only just got into this magnificent aircraft, And thought I'd try out this livery as I've wanted Eastern Airways for ages! Hope you enjoy The aircraft - X-Aviation Visit jettodesigns.co.uk for more of my creations, or read my blog on flight training at CTC Aviation! Thanks for downloading! Comments and constructive criticism are appreciated. Remember to subscribe for updates
  8. I've made a showcase video of the beautiful lighting in the LES Saab. There's no music or anything, but it does its job of showing how beautiful the Saab is. You can find it here: I really love this Saab. -VETTE
  9. iGoApp

    iGoConnect

    iGoConnect View File iGoConnect is an X-Plane plugin that connects X-Plane to iGoDispatch – an iPad application developed for LES Saab-340A, JRollon's CRJ-200, and IXEG's Boeing-733. The plugin performs the following functions: The plugin receives the following information from the iGoDispatch application: Centre of Gravity offset, payload weight, and fuel weight. After the data have been received, the plugin loads the plane by changing the relevant datarefs in X-Plane. The plugin sends the following X-Plane datarefs (ACARS data) to iGoDispatch: plane’s position (latitude and longitude); heading (true and magnetic); weight; available fuel; current fuel flow; ground speed; and altitude. After the data have been received by iGoDispatch, the application performs other calculations, such as estimation of time and distance given the available fuel, %MAC, and the current CG offset. The plugin receives the current CG offset from the Application and dynamically adjusts it during the flight resulting in greater flight realism. The Plugin monitors flight performance based on approximately 20 parameters and determines possible pilot's errors during the flight. The Plugin also determines the passengers' satisfaction by monitoring the G-force and turbulence experienced during the flight. A performance report can then be sent to and displayed on the Application IMPORTANT! If you have problems connecting the iGoDispatch application to the computer with X-Plane running, it is most likely that your Firewall is blocking the TCP connection. You need to open the port to allow connection between your iPad and computer. For Windows: Go to Control Panel > Windows Firewall Click on "Advanced Settings" in the left-hand pane. Click on "Inbound Rules" and then "New rule". Select "Port", click next, select "TCP", and enter "7767" as the local port. Click next, and allow the connection. Click next again, and ensure that "Domain", "Private" and "Public" are all ticked. Name your firewall rule, e.g. "iGoConnect", and then save it. For Mac: Go to System Preferences, and choose the Security and Privacy Tab. Click on the Firewall Tab, and the Firewall options button. The page will show you the applications that are allowed access through your firewall Add new applications to the list by clicking on the plus icon. If you use third-party firewalls, they have their own procedures of adding Ports to TCP connections that may differ from those that I provide in my manual. You need to follow their specific instructions. For example, if you have McAfee in Windows, follow these steps: Open McAfee Total Protection; Open Web and Email Protection; Open Firewall; Open Ports and System Services; Click Add; System Service Name: iGoDispatch. Local TCP/IP Ports: 7767. Open ports to: All PCs. Forward port activity: checked. Click Save. The Manual is also available here: http://igoapp.ca/page_igoconnect/igoconnect_manual.html The plugin supports Windows, Mac (OS X versions 10.7 or later), and Linux. Submitter iGoApp Submitted 10/24/2014 Category Plugins and Utilities
  10. telecast

    Logan Air (LES Saab 340 Cargo)

    Version 1.4

    142 downloads

    A livery for the LES Saab 340 cargo version This is the livery that Logan Air use on 2 340s's that they use for cargo and mail delivery's - a great chance to visit some of the Scottish isles Logan air fly overnight mail services with their own two SAAB 340Fs G-GNTB and G-GNTF between Inverness, East Midlands and Edinburgh. Daytime mail flights operate to Stornoway/Benbecula and both G-GNTB and G-GNTF are based at Inverness. Thanks to Leen De Jager for a great paint kit and friendly advice
  11. File Name: Logan Air (LES Saab 340 Cargo) File Submitter: telecast File Submitted: 05 Dec 2014 File Category: Heavy Metal X-Plane Version(s): X-Plane 10 Livery For: Click Here For Aircraft A livery for the LES Saab 340 cargo version This is the livery that Logan Air use on 2 340s's that they use for cargo and mail delivery's - a great chance to visit some of the Scottish isles Logan air fly overnight mail services with their own two SAAB 340Fs G-GNTB and G-GNTF between Inverness, East Midlands and Edinburgh. Daytime mail flights operate to Stornoway/Benbecula and both G-GNTB and G-GNTF are based at Inverness. Thanks to Leen De Jager for a great paint kit and friendly advice Click here to download this file
  12. Hello, All!, It has been a very long time since we've let info out on this product. Time has gone by, and in that time X-Plane 10 has been released, the product was put on a temporary hold, and we carried on with products like the DC-3 that so many of you are enjoying (thanks to all of you for making that product a success!). Over the course of the last few months the Saab 340 was picked back up and we have been working hard in the background to complete it. The team involved is working very hard to ensure this product a good one, and based on what we have produced so far, I have no doubt this product is going to be a hit! The length in time may seem disheartening to some, but in reality it is a blessing. As days go forward, so to do our skills and abilities. Quality bars are raised, and as such it forces us to do and make better. The Saab is no exception to this rule, and because of this a lot of 3D modeling and texturing has been entirely re-worked on this aircraft! For this project, time has been a GOOD thing. Many people are likely curious as to what we have coming down the pipeline in terms of systems functionality, and we are quite confident this will not disappoint! The Saab is aimed to be at the top tier of systems and visual simulation. With this said, we have also upgraded displays to be drawn by our own OpenGL, and additional systems have been added/adjusted according to the manuals we continuously study (as well as the numerous cross-referencing with our lead pilot in this project)! For the moment, I just want to briefly preview what we have re-worked with the 3D and textures on the Saab 340. More will come your way when it comes to systems programming as well, but for now we just want all of you to know that this project has heavy life in it, and it will without doubt make it to your computers in a timely fashion. We don't think you will be disappointed! Enjoy! (HINT: Click on images to see full size!)
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