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Old 12-05-2012, 05:58 PM   #1
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Totaly lost on this system though the dc-16 is interesting me as I fly a jr9303 currently in a tray and pinch. Would love to have flightmodes on top of one stick and a momentary bailout for hc3sx on top of the other stick Throttle hold can remain on the deck I guess. Can just the sat rx be used with say helicommand hc3sx, Are 2 jetti sats required ? I take it that it is a ppm link to the fbl unit ? i was considering a spektrum dx10t but this thing has me interested. New heli build so buying the sats is not an issue but replacing all my other spektrum sats.rx's is LOL! Stretched 500 class heli and do not want to fuss with seperate standard rx and cable loom.
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Old 12-05-2012, 07:43 PM   #2
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The Jeti system is similar to a Futaba system.

You just need one Jeti receiver that has two long wires. It is both your receiver and telemetry transmitter. It will talk to your FBL controller using PPM like a Futaba uses SBUS.

Currently most FBL controllers support Jeti including Helicommand, Skookum, V-Bar etc..
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