Hang out with Jeti Model in Czech Heaven this August 19th and 20th at the 23rd Annual Jeti Model Meeting! Get all the details in the link below.
Check out this full scale RC Glider – and the best part…. it flies on JETI!!!
Wingspan: 10.6 m / 34.8 ft.
Weight: 80 kg / 176 pounds
The weight of original plane was 65 kg without pilot.
Time to build: 250 days (950 hours)
John McDermott, an avid RC Pylon Racer and Jeti Pilot, just completed the 2017 Nats (National Aeromodeling Championships) and it seems he couldn’t be more satisfied with the performance of his Jeti transmitter.
The Jeti Radio System worked perfect. Very smooth.
States John. He flew EF1 Pylon, Q500, and Q40, scoring a few wins before heading home. The National Miniature Pylon Racing Association (NMRRA) is the AMA’s official special interest group for those into pylon racing. Check out more about them in the link below.
*Image from AMA Magazine
Jim McEwen and his new F-15 Eagle. Congratulations on a good maiden! Oh, and boy that yellow looks good! 😉
The Central Box 100 is a switchboard designed for the complete management of servos in a model with an emphasis on safety. The Central Box has a unique design that provides overload protection at each servo output. The Central Box can manage up to eight servos and fully supports the Jeti EX telemetry system. Up to two receivers with serial (PPM, EX Bus) output can be connected at the same time to the Central Box for complete RF signal redundancy.
With Jeti Duplex 2.4GHz DC/DS transmitters, the full potential of the Central Box can be used, such as an easy way to wirelessly configure the Servo Outputs, EX Telemetry, Fail-Safe Setting or Fast Servo Response.
Switches ON/OFF of the Fail-Safe function. If the Fail-Safe function is deactivated, there is no signal generated in any Central Box outputs at the signal loss. If you activate the Fail Safe function, you can also select how the Central Box responds at signal loss for each of the individual outputs.
Servo No. – Assigning outputs of the transmitter to the Central Box outputs.
Group – Assigning specific output to the group of output impulses that will be generated from the receiver in the same time.
Temperature – Temperature of the Central Box
Shorted Outputs No. – Number of Overloaded Outputs
Voltage – Voltage of Individual Outputs of the Central Box
Current – Current Drawn from the Battery
Capacity – Capacity Taken from the Batteries
Watch this great video to see why Jeti Model created the Central Box 100, what models you would use it with, and what a basic set up is like.
Take a look at these beautiful pics we snapped at Jets Over Kentucky!
For a small deposit, get yourself on the list to receive the long awaited DS-24 transmitter!
Check out this beautiful piece of art built by Richard Muller. Pictured in the photo is owner Mike Warner and the breathtaking Tomahawk F86. It runs a Jeti Central Box 400, has working pitot tube, flow meter, IGyro, sliding canopy, speed brakes and very precise extra detailing. This plane was one of the Top Flight winners, taking home the “First in Flight” award.
“Maybe now you can replace the burnt up hawk photo with this one?? I’ll never build a big model on anything but a cb200 or 400!” States Richard.
Well Richard, we are happy you are satisfied! Currently Richard is in the middle of building a Mibo A10, Tomahawk F5, and a very classified project that we expect to hear more about after Jetpower in September.
For a limited time ONLY, purchase from Esprit Model a Jeti DS/DC-16 Carbon or DC-24 Radio System and get a FREE Jeti R9 Duplex Receiver. Hey guys that’s an $89.00 value! While supplies last. Sale is not retroactive. Qualifying purchases only. Deal ends July 16th so hurry!