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CH Products Pro Pedals USB Flight Simulator Pedals ( 300-111 )

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  • Flight Simulator foot pedals feature realistic three-axes movement
  • Easy setup with 7' USB cord
  • Can be used for driving simulation games
  • Compatible with Mac and PC
  • Backed by a 2-year limited warranty
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Technical Details

  • Mac Compatible

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 15.8 x 13.2 x 7.8 inches ; 1.7 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 7.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B0000512IE
  • Item model number: 300-111
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (217 customer reviews)
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  • Date first available at Amazon.com: April 13, 2001

Product Description

Product Description

Pro Rudder Pedals USB MAC OS9


Make your flight and racing simulation games even more realistic with the CH Products Pro Pedals USB Flight Simulator Pedals. Three axes of control let you feel brake and rudder movements--just as you would in an actual aircraft. The pedals are sensitive to forward and backward sliding motion for rudder input, giving you an authentic flying experience. A seven-foot USB cord and plug-and-play installation make the Pro Pedals an easy addition to your home computer setup.

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CH Products Pro Pedals
At a Glance:
  • Realistic 3-axes movement and control.
  • 7-foot USB cord.
  • Works with both flight and driving simulation games.
  • Mac and PC compatible.
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3-axes construction offers a realistic experience.
Get the Most out of Your Flight Simulator
The experience of flying simply cannot be captured with a joystick alone. With three axes of control that will enhance simulated flights, Pro Pedals mimic the movement of the pedals found in many aircraft. Pressure-sensitive heel-toe motion gives you terrific feedback for differential toe braking, while a forward and backward sliding motion lets you control the rudder. Also, the rudder axes can be locked to convert the Pro Pedals into an automotive setup for driving and racing games.

Installs in Minutes
Adding the Pro Pedals to your system is a snap--simply connect the pedals to an available USB jack and you're ready to go. There are no drivers to download, and the Pro Pedals work with both Mac and PC operating systems. A seven-foot USB cord makes it easy to position the pedals where they're the most comfortable and accessible.

By using Pro Pedals with your favorite CH Products joystick (sold separately), simulated flights will be more authentic and enjoyable than ever before.

Solid Construction For Years Of Enjoyment
The Pro Pedals are constructed of quality industrial components, with a large sturdy base that keeps them firmly planted during flight simulations.

The CH Products Pro Pedals USB Flight Simulator Pedals are backed by a two-year limited warranty.

What's in the Box
CH Products Pro Pedals USB Flight Simulator Pedals and seven-foot USB cable.

Customer Reviews

Well constructed, feel very solid so on that front am impressed.
Andrew Ellsom
I especially like the toe brakes and the ability to perform tight taxi turns with the pedals.
C. Williams
I highly recommend them to increase your flight simulator experience.

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

132 of 136 people found the following review helpful By Bill King on October 1, 2002
Under controller assignments 'assign axis' both Microsoft FS2002 and CFS2 menues allow assigning the up and down movement of the pedals to the toebrakes, right and left. Pushing (forwards and backwards) on pedals moves the rudder. It all works perfectly giving a variable analogue brake, the harder you push the more brake you apply. Taxiing the plane using rudder and brakes together works smooth and is easy to control. I velcroed the pedals to a large plywood sheet and attached the sheet to the desk legs with small angle brackets and machine screws. A large sheet so I could later move the pedals around to different positions on the board.
I use this setup: Fighterstick USB, ThrottlePro USB, Pro Rudder Pedals USB, all CH branded. All 3 of these combine with CH's software to make one huge virtual device. So if you then go to Windows control panel's game control applet you see 1 device not 3. That one device has six axis and 32 buttons! Never calibrate it there (doing that will screw it all up). Instead ONLY calibrate it in the CH software.
I assigned those six axes to: 1 HorizStickX 2 VertStickY 3 Wheel on the stick (Fuel mixture lean/rich), 4 Throttle, 5 Right brake, 6 Left brake. FS2002 would let me assign them to other controls if I had prefered).
So far no problems with these fine CH products.
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61 of 62 people found the following review helpful By Michael R. Stiteler on January 27, 2004
PERFORMANCE: Flight Simulator recognized that I had both pedals and the yoke installed when it started up. I selected a Cessna 172 at JZI (pilot talk for Charleston Executive Airport on John's Island, SC) and gave the system a try. My immediate thought was "Man! These pedal springs are light!" I took off my shoes to give me a better feel to start off with. My other thought was that the toe brakes are also very light, and they have more travel than I am used to on a real plane, a compromise of being able to use these pedals for driving as well.

Teething Pains. I managed a reasonable roll down the runway, using the pedals effectively (I thought) for rudder control. But once I was in the air, the rudders were no longer effective. Back on the ground the differential brakes didn't seem to be working correctly. Even with my feet off the pedals, the differential brakes were constantly coming on. THEN...I tried several times to set the sensitivities within Flight Simulator, hoping I could set a null zone to keep the pedals from being applied when I wasn't pressing the toe brakes, but each time I tried this the system seemed to reset the settings to the defaults. It turns out that I had forgotten to disable the auto-rudder feature of Flight Simulator. The rudders are effective on the ground even with auto-rudder turned on, but differential braking is affected when you turn the yoke. Auto-rudder activated the differential brakes every time I turned the yoke side to side, which made me think the pedals were not properly set.

Learning Curve. It took a few hours for my feet to remember how airplanes turn. To turn left, you step on the left pedal, and you step on the right pedal for a right turn, naturally.
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50 of 51 people found the following review helpful By FSJUNKIE on March 22, 2006
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This review will talk about both the CH Rudder Pedals and the CH Flight Yoke USB.

I finally got around to purchasing these rudder pedals from Amazon after accepting that I was NEVER going to find this item in stores. (...)

Getting to the point...these pedals are a must have for serious flightsimmers...especially if you own Microsoft Flight Simulator and like to fly general aviation or the large commercial heavies. I also purchased the USB CH Flight Yoke for $99.74; the difference these 2 items make to the simming experience can't be stressed enough. If you ever got the guilty feeling after mastering the greased landing with the Boeing 747 or other heavy aircraft (the feeling that it's unrealistically easy), then this is the next level. It takes a lot more concentration and coordination to master flight using yoke and rudder as opposed to just a joystick or keyboard...just keep your hands off the yoke while going down the runway or taxiing, and you should be able to keep things in order! You may also consider purchasing the CH Throttle; that's going to be next on my list, because using the throttle controls as they are postitioned on the yoke are a little inconvenient for some aircraft that require constant changes in throttle position.

Overall, I'm satisfied with the construction of the pedals; they weigh in at around 6 pounds and feel fairly solid and sturdy. The motion is fairly smooth with the application of both rudder and toe brakes. They work well. Not much more you can say about that. The same can be said about the construction of the yoke...fairly solid considering. I would like to have seen a little less tension on the yoke personally. Unless you are trimmed close to overtrimmed status, you have to give it a good pull to get airborne.
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40 of 40 people found the following review helpful By Jason Adank on February 26, 2007
Overall a good set of pedals. Generally good responsiveness and was picked up by my games (FS9/Battlefield2) with no major issues. The cost is good since I think its the cheapest set of rudders out there. Construction pretty solid overall.

However, a couple of major annoyances for me.

First, the pedals are so light, its easy to push them around under your desk and get them misoriented which is a major pain when in the middle of a heated battle or sim situation.

Also, the heel cups are totally unrealistic as all real planes do not have them (your heel should just sit on the ground). I find that this means my legs are not totally relaxed like they are when I'm in a real Cessna, they're always a bit tensed up because you're having to keep them in the shoe cups.

And finally, and this is my biggest pet peeve: The spring back to center is very weak. This is a real pain because you're left having to "feel" for a center ridge click to know your rudders are centered again. If I'm not paying attention, the weight of my legs will cause one side or the other to push out slightly and affect my flying - hence why me legs are always tensed up.

At the end of the day they're still good overall. The sliding around issue could probably be fixed by mounting the system to something heavy or perhaps using Velcro to fix it to the carpet. Also I suppose one could hacksaw off the heel cups.. But I don't think there's a fix for the lack of spring to center forces... Honestly, if I could afford them, I'd rather own the Cirrus Rudder Pedals, but their also 5x the cost so... I eagerly anticipate the day where we can have pedals at a reasonable cost, and with solid (and realistic) performance
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