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CH Products Pro Pedals USB Flight Simulator Pedals ( 300-111 )
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- 3 Axis of Control: X & Y axis for left and right toe brake control and Z axis for self centering sliding mechanism for rudder control
- Realistic heel-toe differential brake control and Large, sturdy base with 7 foot USB cable
- Locking rudder axis for gas/brake emulation for racing games. It is only compatible with CH USB devices
- Plug and Play driverless USB installation for both PC and Macintosh
- Compatible with Windows 98, 2000, XP, Vista, 7, 8, 10 and Mac OSX
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CH Products Pro Pedals USB Flight Simulator Pedals
For over 30 years, CH Products has continued to be a highly recognizable brand name in the Flight Simulation market, and remains well known for its highest quality components, nearly indestructible products, and renowned customer support. CH Products, a pioneer in the precision analog joystick market, has sustained operation of its industrial and commercial joystick line, maintaining the design, development, quality control, sales, and support in its vertically integrated factory in Southern California. Consumer products are distributed and supported worldwide by a network of authorized CH Products distributors.
Get the Most out of Your Flight Simulator
Make your flight and racing simulation games even more realistic with the CH Products Pro Pedals. The experience of flying simply cannot be captured with a joystick alone. With three axis of control, the CH Pro Pedals mimic the movement of the pedals found in many aircraft. Pressure sensitive heel-toe motion gives you differential toe braking, while a spring-to-center forward and backward sliding motion lets you control the rudder. And with the included pedal chocks, the rudder axis can be locked in place, converting the Pro Pedals into an automotive gas and brake setup for driving and racing games. With a large, heavy base and non-slip rubber feet, the Pro Pedals stay firmly planted on the floor during flight.
Solid Construction for Years of Enjoyment
Designed in the U.S., the Pro Pedals use much of the same high end materials that are used in their industrial controllers. The Pro Pedals are nearly indestructible with military-grade plastic and solid construction, and will outlive the 2 year warranty.
Installs in Minutes
Adding the Pro Pedals to your system is a snap--simply connect the pedals to an available USB port and you're ready to go. There are no drivers to download, and the Pro Pedals are compatible with Windows 98, 2000, XP, Vista, 7, 8, 10 and Mac OSX. A seven-foot USB cable makes it easy to position the pedals where they''re the most comfortable and accessible.
The Control Manager software is compatible only with Windows operating systems: Windows 98, 2000, XP, Vista, 7, 8, 10, and with CH Products USB devices only.
Advanced Programming Software
To get the most out of your controller, CH offers the CH Control Manager programming software. The CH Control Manager advanced programming software is Windows compatible, (latest version available at our official site as a free download) and works with all CH USB peripherals, including the Eclipse Yoke, Fighterstick, and Throttle Quadrant. This optional programming software allows for total control over your CH USB devices, letting you program macros, assign buttons, and much more.
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Item #: 425706. Pro Pedals feature a realistic forward and back pedal motion for flying, as well as a pivot movement for driving games. They're a great companion to CH Product's line of joysticks and flight yokes.For flying, Pro Pedals work as rudders and toe brakes, while for driving they give you extra support and power to accelerate or brake. They're made to withstand the toughest competitor. Designed with rugged, durable components, Pro Pedals will last longer and endure more wear-and-tear than ordinary pedals on the market.Hook Pro Pedals up with your favorite CH Products joystick and take off! Product Description: CH Pro Pedals pedals
Device Type: Pedals
Connectivity Technology: Wired
Features: Rudder control
Cables Included: 1 x serial cable - 6.6 ft
System Requirements: Microsoft Windows 98, Apple MacOS 8.6 or later
Manufacturer Warranty: 3 years warranty
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I was torn between this and the Saitek, but looking around even on other websites, Saitek don't have a stellar history of QC and durability. While on the other hand CH have industry recognition in their equipment.
-Well built, tough plastics, no bending or creaking
-Sturdy base, does not slide on my tile floor
-Plug and Play
-Virtually no dead zones needed, very precise
-Good feedback, needs getting used to if you have never used pedals
-Uncomfortable without shoes/slippers, the pedals are not extremely long so your toes could hang over
-Cumbersome, not very low key
-Possible issues with tracks allowing dirt in, have not verified
With this, I can say that CH have definitely made me consider their other products (like Fighterstick and Throttle) for the future (just need to get over the 90s LEDs)
People have complained that the pedals are close together, I think that this is quite realistic for some aircraft and with the correct sitting position you can find them to be pretty perfect.
Would recommend 5 out of 5.
My only gripe in which I knocked a star off for, well... I have two gripes I should say, is that the spacing of the pedals is a little close and it's uncomfortable for desk usage, which has prompted me to get a simulator cockpit for better posturing. The only other issue is CH still uses old 8-bit technology in all of their products and they're prone to jitters after a while. Mine are still going strong, but my CH Throttle jitters a bit for instance.
CH has been known to have high quality products that have lasted some over twenty years, but it's a little unfortunate that the design hasn't been updated.
The internal springs did not provide any resistance unless it was almost halfway actuated in either direction, and the unit did not stay gripped to the floor with its rubber feet as the center of the unit's underside was bulged out past them, making it slide across the tiles under my computer desk. This product also makes a ton of noise during use, whenever the pedals are pressed in either direction.
To remedy the spring issues, I took the unit apart, removed the springs and the armatures they were connected to, and replaced them on the exterior tied to the base shafts of the pedals with paracord. They now provide a smooth resistance throughout, but the springs are visible and exposed to everything outside the unit. To solve the problem of the unit slipping on the tile floor, I had to purchase some large rubber grip pads from the department store, and cover almost the entire underside in them. It now stays still even with just the weight of my feet are on them, and the unit does not slip during heavy use. The noise is still an issue, though.
In short, buy these if you don't mind having to modify them to your own liking.
The first is small, and can be remedied by a myriad of methods, but these do slip all over the place on smooth hardwood floors. If you place them on a carpet or area rug they're fine. There's a million other ways you can keep them from slipping as well.
The biggest qualm I have with them though are the heel cups. I was a US Navy helicopter pilot for 10 years, and 3 of those years as an instructor pilot. Any flight instructor will tell you that when using rudder pedals or tail-rotor pedals in either fixed wing or rotary wing aircraft, your heels belong on the floor, not elevated on the pedals. Keeping your heels off the ground in those heel cups is not good practice and ultimately keeps you from making finer inputs on the pedals. It also contributes to leg fatigue over long periods of flying, or sim'ing because you tend to float your leg above the pedals and keep a mild but sustained contraction in your quads and hamstrings to stabilize your leg. When I use these pedals I keep my heels on the base and let the heel cups sit in the arches of my feet. It was a little uncomfortable at first but I got used to it and found it to be superior for control when compared to using the heel cups. I also find that if I try to use the heel cups that my feet tend to rock the pedals forward a bit at rest and make unwanted inputs on those 2 axes. I only place my full foot up on the pedal and in the heel cups when I need to use the rocking axis for tasks like activating toe brakes. I'd much prefer if CH removed the heel cups altogether and extended the front of the base a little so you could comfortably rest your heels on the floor where they belong for the full throw of the pedals.