The Right Main Panel features an ELT which can be tested with realistic
sound, and a battery-operated Carbon Monoxide detector which can
also be tested.
The avionics stack features a second KX155 NAV/COM 1 radio for those
who wish to use this in place of the GNS430. Otherwise, as on the
real A36, NAV/COM 1 is the GNS430, and NAV/COM 2 is a KX155 unit.
The Reality XP DropStack gauge contains icons for the panel windows,
and it is also contained in its own panel window, which can be removed
from view when desired. The DropStack gauge expands by placing your
mouse over it. Then, make your selection, and after removing your
cursor the DropStack gauge will collapse. It can also be locked
open, with a right mouse click at the top of the gauge.
Night lighting for the 2D instrument panels is being kept simple
for performance sake. There is one style of lighting, which includes
a soft glow on the panel's surface and backlighted instruments.
The back lighting on certain avionics can also be operated separately.
The virtual cockpit contains more
advanced lighting effects and options.