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Jetcat Pro ECU Telemetry with Futaba 18MZ

Old 05-30-2022, 07:18 AM
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I am using a P250 Pro with the Jetcat pro ECU and would like to get telemetry data thru SBUS2 on my Futaba 18MZ radio.

When selecting telemetry sensor options, I can see Jetcat V10 in the sensor list but it all values show 0. Please help


Old 05-30-2022, 11:15 AM
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It’s not a V.10 ECU.
Never used telemetry, but it’s the Pro software you need.
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I am assuming you are referring to the PRO interface as there is no "Jetcat pro ECU" because the ECU is integrated into the front board.

The JetCat Telemetry Module is not required. In order to get telemetry from the 250 to 18MZ, connect the lead from the interface Telemetry connection to receiver SBUS2 port, then set the TelemAdap parameter to :Extern, A=1, and Telemetry parameter to :Futaba SBUS-2 in the Limits menu. You should see the same version number for both (i.e. 8.70, etc.) in the upper right corner of the GSU if done correctly. When the sensor is registered to the 18MZ, it will still show "V10" for for all the sensor slots (i.e. RPM, Pump voltage, Temp., etc.) but works all the same.
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