Engine Display

The Simgeneering Engine Display module provides the functionality of the engine status display part of the G1000 MFD, formatted to fit the screen of the Logitech flight instrument panel. Some functions and displays have been modified to fit the smaller flight instrument panel screen.

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C172S Engine Status Page
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C182T Lean Assist Page
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Kingair Engine Status Page


The G1000 Engine Display currently supports the following aircraft:

  • Cessna 172S
  • Cessna 182T
  • Beech Baron B58
  • Beech Kingair B200

More aircraft types will be added in future


The functionality included in the G1000 Engine Display is:

  • Engine status indications (rpm, manifold pressure, fuel consumption etc.)
  • Lean assist for piston aircraft
  • Fuel remaining setpoint


The G1000 Simulator requires a PC running Windows, with one or more connected Logitech Flight Instrument Panels. The G1000 Simulator 64-bit (1.7.5) software is compatible with:

  • MSFS 2020
  • FSX
  • Logitech flight instrument panel driver
  • SPAD.Next v0.9.12.65
  • Windows 10 or 11
  • Java JRE 1.8.0_291 or later and Java 19 or later
  • 1GB of RAM
  • 10GB of hard disk space

See the setup guide.

To run the simulator software, the Java Runtime Environment (JRE) is required. It is recommended to use JRE 19.


A license for private use of the FIP G1000 Emulator software with the MFD module is USD39.95. The price is reduced to USD29.95 if you already have a Simgeneering software module licence, and USD10.95 if you already have two Simgeneering software module licences. This includes regular updates for added functionality and compatibility. To purchase a license, go to the Purchase License page.


If you have a voucher code, and have already registered a user account, you can use the voucher to get a license on the Voucher page.


Registered users with a valid license can download the software from the Downloads page.