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The cockpit's small [[radial size]] attachment points enable placing it inline with such other small parts as [[RCS]] tanks, [[SAS]] modules, [[docking port]]s, or a nose cone. This offers far more versatility over the [[Mk1 Cockpit]]. Much like the Mk1 Cockpit, it's interior's expansive canopy makes it useful for IVA flights.
 
The cockpit's small [[radial size]] attachment points enable placing it inline with such other small parts as [[RCS]] tanks, [[SAS]] modules, [[docking port]]s, or a nose cone. This offers far more versatility over the [[Mk1 Cockpit]]. Much like the Mk1 Cockpit, it's interior's expansive canopy makes it useful for IVA flights.
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==Instrument Panel ==
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The instrument panel in the Mk1 In-line cockpit is all fully functional. In the centre is the speed indicator which will by default show surface speed. Below that and to the left is the vertical speed indicator and to the right of it is the Radar altitude indicator, which shows height above ground level. At the top is the [[navball]], and below that and to the right is the altometer, which shows height above sea level. On the far right is a bank of 4 indicators and going from top to bottom is the atmospheric indicator, heading indicator, yaw indicator to the right is the pitch indicator and below and left is the roll indicator.
  
 
== Product description ==
 
== Product description ==

Latest revision as of 20:00, 18 August 2019

Mk1 Inline Cockpit
Part image
Cockpit by
C7 Aerospace Division
Radial size Small
Cost (total) 1 600.00 Funds
(dry) 1 591.00 Funds
Mass (total) 1.03 t
(dry) 1.00 t
Drag 0.08
Max. Temp. 2000 K
Impact Tolerance 40 m/s
Research Tech tree aerodynamics.png Aerodynamics
Unlock cost 5 800 Funds
Since version 0.15
Part configuration mk1InlineCockpit
Command module
Pitch torque 10.0 kN·m
Yaw torque 10.0 kN·m
Roll torque 10.0 kN·m
Electricity required for torque
0.030
s·kN·m
Crew capacity (maximum) Crew
(required) Crew
Monopropellant 8 Units of fuel
Electric capacity 50.0 
SAS level × None


The Mk1 Inline Cockpit is a small cockpit with a frontal node for attaching other parts. It is one of the two cockpits thus far that can be stack-mounted (in one size).

Usage

Mk1 Inline Cockpit gives excellent IVA visibility

The cockpit's small radial size attachment points enable placing it inline with such other small parts as RCS tanks, SAS modules, docking ports, or a nose cone. This offers far more versatility over the Mk1 Cockpit. Much like the Mk1 Cockpit, it's interior's expansive canopy makes it useful for IVA flights.

Instrument Panel

The instrument panel in the Mk1 In-line cockpit is all fully functional. In the centre is the speed indicator which will by default show surface speed. Below that and to the left is the vertical speed indicator and to the right of it is the Radar altitude indicator, which shows height above ground level. At the top is the navball, and below that and to the right is the altometer, which shows height above sea level. On the far right is a bank of 4 indicators and going from top to bottom is the atmospheric indicator, heading indicator, yaw indicator to the right is the pitch indicator and below and left is the roll indicator.

Product description

A next generation inline cockpit. Designed for sleek high speed aircraft.

C7 Aerospace Division

Trivia

  • The "Rescue" text on the right side of the cockpit resembles the same text visible on the left side of the cockpit of an F-16 Fighting Falcon aircraft.

Changes

1.2
  • IVA improved
1.0
  • Remodeled, proper IVA added.
0.25
  • Renamed from Mk2 Cockpit to Mk1 Inline Cockpit
0.18
  • Added Electrical power
0.17
  • Added IVA (basic, no windows)
0.16
  • Crew capacity reduced from 3 to 1
0.15
  • Initial Release