Download and Install Carenado's TBM 850 HD Series v3.3 for X-Plane
If you are a fan of X-Plane and want to fly a realistic and high-quality aircraft, you might be interested in Carenado's TBM 850 HD Series v3.3. This is a detailed and accurate simulation of the TBM 850, a single-engine turboprop aircraft that can cruise at high speeds and altitudes. Here are some features and benefits of this add-on:
It comes with a Carenado G1000 (PFD and MFD) with GCU 475 Control Unit, which allows you to create flight plans directly from the MFD, access different map modes, and use TAWS and TCAS systems.
It has an AFCS GMC 710 autopilot that can handle various flight modes and procedures.
It has an all-new sound architecture that captures the original HQ digital stereo sounds of the real aircraft.
It has a volumetric side view prop effect that adds realism to the propeller animation.
It has HD quality textures (4096 x 4096) and 3D gauges that enhance the visual appearance of the cockpit and exterior.
It has realistic behavior and performance, tested by real pilots.
It is compatible with X-Plane 10.5x and requires X-Plane 64 bits.
To download and install this add-on, you need to follow these steps:
Go to Carenado's website [^1^] and purchase the TBM 850 HD Series XPLANE for $34.95.
After completing the payment, you will receive an email with a download link and a serial number.
Click on the download link and save the file to your computer.
Unzip the file and copy the folder "Carenado TBM850" to your X-Plane 10/Aircraft folder.
Launch X-Plane and select the TBM 850 from the aircraft menu.
Enter your serial number when prompted and activate the product.
Enjoy your flight!
If you have any questions or issues with this add-on, you can contact Carenado's support team at carenado.zendesk.com or visit their FAQ page for more information.The TBM 850 is not only fast, but also comfortable and manageable. The cabin is spacious and well-appointed, with leather seats, a refreshment center, a large baggage compartment, and a lavatory option. The cabin is pressurized to a maximum differential of 6.2 psi, which provides a 10,000-foot cabin altitude at FL 310. The cabin also has a large emergency exit on the left side, which doubles as a passenger door.
The cockpit is equipped with a Garmin G1000 integrated avionics system, which provides all the information and automation needed for safe and efficient flight. The G1000 includes two 10-inch primary flight displays (PFDs) and one 15-inch multi-function display (MFD), as well as a GFC 700 autopilot with flight director and yaw damper. The G1000 also features synthetic vision technology (SVT), which enhances situational awareness by displaying a 3D representation of the terrain and obstacles on the PFD. The G1000 also has XM weather, traffic advisory system (TAS), terrain awareness and warning system (TAWS), and dual WAAS GPS receivers.
The TBM 850 is easy to operate, thanks to its simple engine management system and its FADEC (full authority digital engine control) technology. The FADEC controls the engine parameters automatically, and allows the pilot to set the desired power level with a single lever. The FADEC also provides engine protection, diagnostics, and monitoring functions. The TBM 850 has a single Pratt & Whitney PT6A-66D engine, which delivers up to 850 shp at sea level and up to 700 shp at FL 310. The engine drives a four-blade Hartzell propeller with reversible pitch.
The TBM 850 has excellent performance and handling characteristics, making it a joy to fly. It can take off in less than 2,400 feet and climb at more than 2,000 feet per minute. It can cruise at speeds up to 320 knots true airspeed and fly up to 1,585 nautical miles with reserves. It can land in less than 2,900 feet and has a stall speed of 65 knots with flaps. It has a maximum operating altitude of FL 310 and a maximum operating speed of 266 knots indicated airspeed. 061ffe29dd