2.11) Introducing Jeti DS-12 Radio System. Did you Know?

Did you know that with the DS-12 you can easily Trim your model using Transmitter Sticks?
Every Jeti transmitter allows you to control trims using gimbal sticks. Stop searching for trim buttons, simply activate Auto-Trim function and hold transmitter stick in desired direction. Larger stick movement equals to faster respond. Once satisfied with your setup easily turn OFF the Auto-trim function and keep flying your model.

2.10) Introducing Jeti DS-12 Radio System. Did you Know?

Did you know that with the DS-12 you can assign Functions Wirelessly from Transmitter?
Every Jeti receiver provides a direct link for wireless programming. Log in to the receiver using.
Device Explorer in the transmitter menu and assign your servos to any receiver output pin that you choose.
Bad Rx location or short servo extensions are no longer a problem with the Jeti system.

2.9) Introducing Jeti DS-12 Radio System. Did you Know?

Did you know that with the DS-12 you will setup Servo Fail-Safe Positions Wirelessly from Transmitter?
Every Jeti receiver provides a direct link for wireless programming. Log in to the receiver using the.
Device Explorer in your transmitter menu and setup servo Fail-Safe positions directly using the Tx screen.
No need to keep rebinding receivers or to keep them in accessible locations like with other systems.

2.5) Introducing Jeti DS-12 Radio System. Did you Know?

Did you know that with the DS-12 you can easily monitor and record the quality of your RF Link?
The DS-12 transmitter allows you to customize your screen and immediately see how your RF link is performing.
You can see A1 & A2 antenna strength in a scale from 0-9 and Signal Quality as a direct percentage.
This allows you to set up custom telemetry alarms to alert you if there is a drop in your RF link.

2.3) Introducing Jeti DS-12 Radio System. Did you Know?

Did you know that with the Jeti DS-12 you can Soar with the Birds? Simple Plug & Play solution.
Jeti Variometer measures atmospheric pressure and using the obtained data it calculates the altitude above sea level, and the rate of climb and descent. The sensor also alerts you if any alarm setting is exceeded.

The acoustic signal consists of 4 different kinds (steps) for climbing and the same amount of steps for descending. The step width can be adjusted by the user. The climb signal consists of short interrupted tones, the descent signal consists of long permanent tones.