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#1 SpeedMaster Jan 25, 2011 04:38 AM

New JETI Transmitter..
 
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Only around 10 days left to wait... :cool::popcorn:

#2 renatoa Jan 26, 2011 02:11 AM

Should someone worry ? :)

#3 Viktor Jan 26, 2011 04:18 PM

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Originally Posted by RENATOA (Post 17217510)
Should someone worry ? :)

Yes - its going to be the best RC System so far. No kidding :-)
Just imagine you can program the telemetry sensors, the RX from your TX? You will get the telemetry data directly to your TX display, (Yeti has the currently the most sensors available), program the el. speed controller from your TX, and get motor data directly to your TX... and have sticks w/o potentiometers... It is the first 2nd generation 2,4GHz radio.

#4 Guz Jan 26, 2011 06:28 PM

Great, but will they ever get their USA FCC ID codes?!?!?!?

#5 renatoa Jan 27, 2011 05:29 AM

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Originally Posted by Viktor (Post 17222803)
Yes - its going to be the best RC System so far. No kidding :-)
Just imagine you can program the telemetry sensors, the RX from your TX? You will get the telemetry data directly to your TX display, (Yeti has the currently the most sensors available), program the el. speed controller from your TX, and get motor data directly to your TX... and have sticks w/o potentiometers... It is the first 2nd generation 2,4GHz radio.

Shhhh... Graupner Hott fanboys could feel offensed :)
Let's wait and see.
So far, for me Jeti it's a big question sign. Looking inside at their technical solutions I can say they are not stellar at all, some are violating standards, and fans / coverage seems limited to Germany.
And don't forget the price ;)

#6 SpeedMaster Jan 27, 2011 05:44 AM

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Originally Posted by RENATOA (Post 17227688)
Shhhh... Graupner Hott fanboys could feel offensed :)
Let's wait and see.
So far, for me Jeti it's a big question sign. Looking inside at their technical solutions I can say they are not stellar at all, some are violating standards, and fans / coverage seems limited to Germany.
And don't forget the price ;)

In Norway Jeti is a fair bit cheaper than Multiplex and Futaba. I know several people who have mounted Jeti modules in their Graupner and Futaba radios with great reults.. So far I`m happy with my Jeti equiped Multiplex Evo.

#7 PiNa Jan 27, 2011 08:02 AM

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This is a new official picture...

It has more than 9 channels, LCD with white backlight, manufactured in the Czech Republic (no China made), price unknown, availability during 2011, this is the "desk" version, "thumbs" version will follow as it is in the works atm.

Martin
http://www.PiNa.cz

#8 SpeedMaster Jan 27, 2011 08:11 AM

Interesting, I want the thumb version, as I already have the FX-20 for tray use...

#9 stinkyfive Feb 02, 2011 11:51 AM

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Originally Posted by RENATOA (Post 17227688)
And don't forget the price ;)

In the UK Jeti is cheaper than everyone bar Hitec - who also seem to have got it right with 2.4.

Multiplex are on another planet price wise. :censored:

Ell.

When I say everyone, I mean the big players, not your Assan, planet etc.

#10 kalle123 Feb 03, 2011 02:10 AM

Some more pictures, text in German

http://www.hacker-motor.com/de/news/52/index.html

KH

#11 renatoa Feb 03, 2011 02:20 AM

Now I am relieved, my opinion, both English and German: Fisher Price design.
Could be the best software, who will take it serious looking this way ?

#12 kalle123 Feb 03, 2011 02:28 AM

En/de/cz/fr/pl :)

#13 Leszek_K Feb 03, 2011 02:48 AM

RENATOA - I most definitely will

#14 SpeedMaster Feb 03, 2011 02:53 AM

I think it looks nice, and I will order the hand held version as soon as it gets available.. :)

#15 PiNa Feb 03, 2011 03:49 AM

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Some more pics ... it turned out that the designer of the new JETI radios is one local modeler who does designing for a living.

Martin
http://www.PiNa.cz


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