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Compact by NjMotion

Discussion in 'Commercial Simulators and Peripherie' started by NjMotion, Aug 4, 2019.

  1. NjMotion

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    Hello everyone!

    I present you a new model of simulator, that maintaining all the virtues of the SV-2 and SV-3TL is much more compact and easy to install in small places, besides being able to send to any part of the world to a much more economic price.

    -With dimensions (LxWxH) 50x46x22cm and a weight of 36kg
    It has front, rear and side anchors to adapt it to any chassis of any type.

    -Suitable for pilots up to 130KG

    -Approximately 10º of inclination on each side.

    -Three potentiometers of regulation, being able to adjust them while you drive.
    1- Degrees of inclination 0-10º.
    2- Speed of small movements
    3- Speed of larger movements


    Attached are some images, I hope you like it.

    All the best,
    Javi


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    Iwill be updating with images of adaptations to various metal and aluminum chassis.

    Integrated in aluminium chassis

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    When will you be releasing pricing and transportation to US?
    Thanks so much
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    The official price of the Compact will be € 2067, as a launch offer, the first units, which will come out in about 15-25 days, will have a 23% discount, remaining at € 1591, € 200 more if complete, with front for steering wheel and pedals.

    Air transportation to Montgomery is approximately € 250
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    @noorbeast So what I do is correct?
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    The question was "When will you be releasing pricing and transportation to US?"

    I can't see why the answer regarding the time line is not public in this thread, as others may be interested.
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    Hi,

    I'm guessing this new Compact model does not have traction loss like the SV-3TL (which I still own and love - Thanks!)
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    Hi @Coop,
    Nice to talk to you again.

    This model has no loss of traction, it has been done thinking that it occupies the least possible space.

    How does your SV-3TL work? already has more than two years
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    The SV-3TL is still in perfect working order after 2 years!

    I have been so happy with the feedback it offers and how responsive it is. It uses very little power but works great with all games. I've had it working via my PC and PS4. Brilliant build quality!
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    Just to add. I have been especially happy with the assistance I've received from you (@NjMotion).

    I recommend your products highly! Thanks
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    Thanks.
    In the two years that they have been in the market they are demonstrating a very high reliability. There you have a simulator for a long time, and if there is a problem, here we are for whatever it takes.

    I remember you wanted to put it with the PS4 and in the end I didn't help you with that, did you do it well and did it work?
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    Yes, it took me a bit of time to get the UDP settings working for communication with the PS4, but once I got it working it was really good. The only limitation is making sure to pick PS4 games that have an option to output UDP telemetry, which can be used for accurate motion feedback.

    I literally have zero complaints about the rig or the help I have had to get it correctly set up. Cheers!
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    Is the movement as fast and accurate as with the pc or does it feel different?
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    I used different racing games on the PS4 and PC, so it wasn't a perfect comparison, but I did not notice any significant lack in performance (despite having to transfer the data over the network). Any delay was minimal and not noticeable.

    Adjusting the motion settings for the rig on each game, was always able to produce a good feeling to the feedback.

    I do remember having to 'open' some ports on my network to get it working the first time.
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    A very useful information, thanks.
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    sweet. wish i could of gone this route. never seeming to have the money but to those who can that ride the ride.
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