Take a look at this picture of the life sized hexa-copter – the Volantis, also known as Lady Gaga’s Flying Dress. Composed of 12 motors and ESC’s, 24 batteries, a DJI controller and of course, Jeti Electronics, this multi lifted Lady Gaga 70 inches inside the building at the Brooklyn Navy Yard.
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Jeti Update: Version 3.20 for R3/RSW, R4US, R5US, R6US, R7-9-11US, R14-18US Receivers
The firmware version 3.20 for Duplex EX receivers brings several new features especially for output pins settings. One of them gives the ability to set the digital interface so that it is possible to set serial communication for control of servo channels on one of the outputs of the receivers, while at the same time generating standard servo outputs for connected servos. This setting is especially advantageous in copter models where a serial interface is used for communication between the receiver and the stabilization system that controls the model.
We Have Grown!
Jeti Equipped Jets
Jeti USA Pilot Jim McEwen shares with us his BVM Rafale which is equipped with a Jeti radio system including a Central Box 200, two R3 receivers, GPS, Vario, MUI-30 sensors, and a Cortex gyro. He will be competing with this plane in ScaleMasters and at the US Team selection for the 2015 Jet World Masters, so don’t miss your chance to see this beautiful jet!
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A Swarm of Nano Quadrotors
Take a look at these Quads flying on their own! Wonder what they will accomplish next!
It’s Kind of A Big Deal…
The New 87” Extra from 3DSH, set up with a Jeti system to boot! Take a look at these awesome pictures.
R3 Receiver Fix
Jeti Model has recommended the follow fix for customers who have reported loose PCB’s in the R3 receiver. Please note that if you are uncomfortable performing this fix you can return the R3 to Esprit Model and we will be happy to do it for you.
1 – Remove top label
2 – Remove retaining pin
3 – Apply a small amount of thick CA to the edge of the PCB. Be careful here. Do not let the CA get onto the connector pins
4 – Re-assemble
Modeling Tip – How To Travel With Your Sailplanes
Here is a great way to travel with your sailplanes – The Sportube! With an adjustable size and a lock to secure it shut, you can’t go wrong. Place it in your truck bed, or secure it on your roof on your way to the flying field! Taking an airplane? No problem, just check it as baggage! Its heavy duty plastic exterior provides excellent protection to your fragile aircraft. The two handles and wheels make transporting the case easy. Take a closer look!