Attach HUD brackets to the SC1 base using a phillips head screwdriver (washers and bolts provided). Position as shown with slots facing inward and the high side of the brackets towards the front (logo side).
Remove the protective blue shipping film from the lens and beamsplitter glass.
Insert the beamsplitter glass into the HUD bracket's slot.
Install your SC1 in your simulator's HUD location and measure the distance from the rear of the unit to your main screen. Note the distance in inches.
Loosen the thumb brake (a) and adjust the internal LCD monitor depth (b) to match your measurement from Step 4. This will collimate the HUD image to the surface of your main screen. Tighten the thumb brake to hold the LCD monitor into position. If you unscrew the thumb brake until it's removed, simply screw it back in. Make slight adjustments to the monitor position until your HUD's image appears correctly at the surface of your main screen.
Connect DC power (provided 12V cable) and connect a video cable from your PC to the HDMI input of the SC1.
Right-click on your desktop and select 'Display Settings'. Your OS will recognize your new HUD monitor with a 1024 x 768 resolution. Arrange your monitor configuration as desired and click 'Apply'.
From the top menu select 'Simulations' then select your simulator of choice from the drop-down menu to view configuration guidance & tips for that sim. Your SC1 beamsplitter glass has an adjustable tilt angle from 38° - 52°. During operation, adjust the tilt as desired and use the thumb screws to fix the tilt angle.
Now that your new HUD is set up, go to the menu at the top of the page and click on 'Simulations'. From the drop-down menu select your simulation software of choice for configuration guidance and directions for exporting HUD data.