NEW ELITE SE6 SERVO CHANNEL EXPANDER SERIAL TO PWM (JETI EX, GRAUPNER HOTT, FUTABA S.BUS2) AVAILABLE NOW.

The Servo Channel Expander SE6 is a device that converts serial bus signal to standard PWM servo outputs. It offers up to six configurable servo outputs with optional period and fail-safe setting.

The SE6 is a perfect choice for models with complex wing or tail mechanics where multiple servos may be connected to a primary receiver using just a single cable. In addition, if you are running out of receiver channels simply connect the SE6 to the receiver serial line and freely assign its own output channels.

Specifications and Features
– Supported Protocols: Futaba S.Bus/S.Bus2, Graupner HoTT, Jeti EX
– Small dimensions and high current throughput via the integrated MR30 power connector.
– Automatic detection of serial data/telemetry after startup.
– Configuration through the transmitter or external terminal (JETIBOX/SMART-BOX).
– Firmware updates via USB interface.

Easy installation, Attach the required servos to the SE6 servo expander. Connect the receiver using its output port with serial data option. The SE6 uses the MR30 connector for primary data input. Turn on the transmitter and apply the appropriate power source to the receiver. The status LED starts blinking as soon as the SE6 detects signal on the serial line.

Get yours, HERE!

Introducing Brand New Jeti DS-16 G2 Standard & Carbon 2.4GHz/900MHz Radio Systems w/Telemetry

Introducing brand new DS-16 G2 Black & Silver ($1595.00), DS-16 G2 Carbon Red & Brushed Gold Radio Systems ($1695.00).

Pre-orders will open next week, delivery expected late October/November of 2020.

Included:
(1) Jeti Duplex DS-16 G2 Transmitter
(1) Jeti Transmitter Aluminum Case
(1) 110-240V Wall Power Supply
(1) Tx Battery Li-poly 6200mAh 3.7V
(1) Transmitter Neck Strap

Get Up to 22 Channels from Jeti Central Box 210/220 & Central Box 100

After receiving numerous questions regarding getting extra channels while using Jeti Central Box 210/220 we have come up with elegant configuration that uses power from CB210/220 servo port 9/10 for Central Box 100. This way you can have up to 20 high power servos connected to the system and still have full battery telemetry & redundancy.

If you connect Telemetry to the CB100 and use CB100 only for noncritical functions (Gyro, Lights, Airbrakes…) you can get away with a single power lead and go up to 22 servos.

Get yours, HERE!

NEW: Jeti Duplex DS-12 Carbon Gray And Carbon Black Special Edition Available!

Our Limited Edition DS-12 Carbon Grey and Black radios include a stylish Carbon Fiber face plate and all the wonderful features you expect from Jeti.

Specifications and Features

  • Dual-Band 2.4GHz & 900MHz, dual redundant with three (3) integrated antennas.
  • Integrated Microphone – Create custom voice announcements.
  • Voice Commands – Setup voice activated telemetry announcements.
  • Brand new, high contrast, full color 320×240 backlight LCD display.
  • Metal gimbals with magnetic hall sensors (4096 step resolution) and 9 ball bearings.
  • Built-In Accelerometers & Gyros – Trigger any voice announcement or assign any function.
  • Future Proof Hardware – Ready for optional WiFi or Bluetooth plug-in modules.

Get it, HERE!

Introducing Brand New, Special Edition Jeti DS-12 2.4GHz/900MHz Carbon Gray Radio System

The new DS-12 Special Edition Comes Equipped with Metal Hall Sensor, 9 Ball Bearing Black Gimbals and Metal Control Buttons. Package Includes Transmitter Aluminum Case and R5L 2.4GHz Receiver. The Basic Package is $725.00 and the Deluxe Package is available for $1,125.00.

Email support@esprittech.com for more information!

Esprit Tech & Jeti USA YouTube Livestream! Episode 6: NEW: Elite Voltario/SFuse Telemetry Batt/Servo Sensors

This week James will be talking our new Elite series devices including the awaited in-line poly fuses and the Voltario S30 sensor and T30 switch. He will dive in to the uses of these new devices along with using the Voltario T30 along with the Jeti Wireless Switch Expander for multiple devices, along with a classroom style discussion on setting up the sequencer in your Jeti transmitter. We have gotten a lot of questions lately on this week’s topics, especially the Sequencer, so you’ll definitely want to tune in this week.

Tune in Thursday, April 2nd at 14:00 EST, HERE!