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AMT telemetry for Futaba 18MZ is available.

Old 04-04-2018, 11:28 PM
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Default AMT telemetry for Futaba 18MZ is available.

An example of what can be displayed on the Home 2 screen, of course the full range of sensors and information is on the main telemetry screens and you can select from there what you would like to display for quick reference during flying, on the Home 2 screen.

AMT telemetty unit and Futaba SBus2 receiver, the unit connect between the receiver and the telemetry output of the AMT Ecu. You can use a Y-lead into the ecu and then still plug in the EDT like before during starting and shut down.

Hi guys,

I am not sure if any Futaba 18MZ and AMT Netherlands users are aware that telemetry is now available. The unit was developed for myself and Bennie van de Goor by Carsten Groen in 2016 and I have been using it since then. Unfortunately due to Futaba not having user set units of measure, the only way to give each telemetry sensor a name is to change the sensor name on the 18MZ and then ignore the unit of the display. For example, to display 'FUEL REMAINING' the unit uses a RPM sensor, but actually display millilitres (ml). Therefor when you read the display for fuel related information it may look like RPM, but actually is fuel volume. For temperature (turbine EGT) and RPM (turbine RPM) as well as voltage (battery voltages) the displays are correct as Futaba has those sensors installed as standard.

If you would like more information or would like to order a unit, please contact Bennie or myself.



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