If you have not done so already, please follow the steps to complete the hardware assembly for the RealSimGear Cirrus Perspective Package or the Cirrus Desktop Console. Once everything is assembled, cables connected and power up please download and install the RealSimGear X-Plane 11 plugin and configure the TorqueSim SR22.
NOTE: Even if you already have the RealSimGear plugin installed, please download the latest one below as the SR22/SR20 requires the latest version in order for full functionality with our hardware.
Install SR22/SR20 aircraft
Download and install the SR22/SR20 from the X-Aviation website.
Configure the Displays
Start X-Plane and load the newly installed SR22/SR20 aircraft. You will be prompted to enter your X-Aviation account details in order to unlock your aircraft purchase.
Manually pop out the PFD and MFD displays us the Cirrus SR22 menu.
Now, right-click and hold the right mouse button down anywhere on the PFD window for around 2-5 seconds until you see the confirmation message at the upper left side of your screen. You will also hear a verbal message. Repeat on the MFD.
Reload the aircraft to see the changes. The location of the PFD and MFD will be saved after X-Plane is re-started.
The PFD and MFD screens should now appear on the RealSimGear screens.
The screens will now load automatically each time this aircraft is loaded. Note, this process will need to be repeated for the other SR22/SR20 aircraft.
Some Things to Note
This aircraft is very realistic, please remember the following points:
If something doesn't work, try recharging your batteries using the SR22/SR20 -Aircraft Menu. By default, the aircraft will remember the state it was left in, if the battery switches have been left on for an extended period at low engine RPM, the battery will drain.
If synthetic vision is not working, please ensure that SYNVIS has been turned on using the PFD softkey.
Please contact us if you have any questions, we are here to help and want you to get the most out of your new Cirrus SR22/SR20 home flight simulator.