Pros and cons of the Bravo Throttle Quadrant
- Two sets of levers for different aircraft configurations
- Quick control of gear, flaps, and autopilot
- Configuration of profiles for multiple aircraft
- Setting up the throttle takes quite some time
More than just a Throttle Quadrant
The Honeycomb Bravo Throttle Quadrant is a fully configurable throttle for every flight simulator setup. Because the set comes with six General Aviation levers and six Commercial Jet levers (under which speed brake and flaps lever) the Bravo Throttle is suitable for both single-engine and multi-engine propeller aircraft, and airliners.
The Bravo Throttle is not a regular throttle quadrant. Besides the above-mentioned levers, you can find a flap switch and a gear switch as well. Above the gear switch, you find a red/green indicator so that you can immediately tell whether your landing gear is in or out.
On top of the Honeycomb Bravo, you can find an autopilot panel, with illuminated buttons. Directly below those, you can find seven additional programmable switches and an annunciator panel, with 14 warning lights.
The Throttle Quadrant also has a trim wheel, allowing you to control the trim on your elevator.
Mount your Saitek hardware on top of the Throttle
Similar to the Alpha Flight Controls, you can mount your Logitech G Saitek Flight Panels, such as a Radio Panel or the Shakeprint Simulations Class Echo, easily on top of the Bravo TQ. Or you can choose to mount your throttle underneath your desk, to create more space for your keyboard and mouse, with the Honeycomb Desk Mount. All this hardware is sold separately.
Compatible with PC and Mac
The Honeycomb Bravo Throttle Quadrant is compatible with both Windows and MacOS.
It is important to note that an annunciator panel tool should be downloaded and installed to ensure proper functioning. You can find this tool under the downloads tab on this page.