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Radio Equipment - Transmitter Only, Futaba, 14MZ

07-11-2021, 07:52 PM | Replies: 3 | Views: 370
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  • Price
    $550
  • Location Upper Darby, PA, USA
  • Condition Used
  • Manufacturer Futaba
  • Model 14MZ
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Futaba 14MZ Plus extras $550..00
In the box:

Futaba 14MZ transmitter. Works great! With 3 modules, 4 transmitter batteries, a system charger, and Futaba CR2500 Charger.



Futaba T14MZ Aluminum Transmitter Case

Futaba 72MHz Synth module (Any 72Mhz frequency)

Futaba TM-14 2.4Ghz module (installed)

Spektrum DM-9 2.4Ghz DSM/DSM2 module

(2x PCM G3 2048 R5114 DPS 72Mhz synth receivers),

(1x PCM G3 1024 R-5014 DPS 72 Mhz synth receiver),

(1x Futaba R617 2.4Ghz receiver) Full Rnage receiver.

1x Orange R615x DSM2/DSMX 2.4 Ghz Park Flyer receiver



Futaba system charger.

Futaba CR2500 Li Ion charger - (charges Tx batteries fully in Tx)

Futaba CR2500 Transmitter charge cable (Use for complete charge)

Futaba 14MZ manual,

4 -Transmitter Batteries:

(1) Futaba battery, (3) Sony batteries (Green dot up=charged)

128Mb Compact Flash drive (installed in Transmitter)

USB 3.0 Flash reader

DSC cable - Direct Servo Control cable

Transmitter Stylus

Apex switch trim bling (blue)

microfiber cloth

Transmitter Tray

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Old 07-20-2021, 05:57 AM
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Does the touch screen still in working condition
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Old 07-20-2021, 06:20 AM
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Yes. Everything works as it should. I was using this radio up until last week when I got the programming transferred to the 18mz and the new radio was bound to my airplanes. Only "problem" is the display is not daylight readable. I did all my programming at home at night, and emergency changes were done in deep shade at the field. This is normal for this radio. (I think they limited the contrast ratio to conserve battery power.) This is a great radio, it's very versatile and has tons of programming power!
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Thank you for your reply, can you please, if possible send me more pictures of the screen turning on...
I am not sure of what you said difficult to read in daylight meaning .not bright enough right?
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