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Bugeye Technologies Releases F-35 Desktop Stick and Throttle.

Union, MO, September 23, 2016 --( Bugeye Technologies' new F-35-style desktop controls are designed for software application and development. Intended for lower fidelity training, these new controls are a durable, economic solution for training programs.

The FC0500 Linear Desktop Throttle Mechanism mirrors the F-35 throttle, including replicated grip, form, switch caps, movement and actuation. Compatible with Microsoft HID, the throttle interfaces with a Bugeye Standard USB Controller. The throttle features a smooth linear motion of 3.9 inches on linear bearing slides, and a friction set up to 5 pounds. Available for mounting in the desktop adaptor DTA, the throttle rises just about 6.5 inches off the desk, making it ergonomic and easy to store.

The FC0500 Universal Desktop Control Stick also mirrors the F-35, featuring replicated grip, form, switch caps, movement and actuation. The control stick interfaces with a Bugeye Standard USB controller. Control stick deflection is set up to 15 degrees, and force in pitch and roll are set to factory 8 to 10 pounds.

About Bugeye Technologies: Bugeye Technologies established business in 2004 as part of the "Boeing Chairman's Innovation Initiative - Project # 619." Bugeye supplies flight simulation professionals with the most accurate, realistic, serviceable and affordable simulated display and control products in the industry. In 2015, Bugeye upgraded its manufacturing space to a 10,000-square-foot facility in Union, MO. Bugeye Technologies is ISO 9001:2008 certified.

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