This combo gets you all you need to have a full EZUHF system! The default option plugs right in to a Futaba style trainer port, and there's also an option for the JR/Spektrum style trainer adapter (external battery required).
Options for upgraded transmitter and receiver antennas are available, as well as a JR/Hitec trainer cord option!
The EzUHF transmitter is a true powerhouse with a wealth of connectivity broadening the horizon for each FPV pilot. Headtracking support has now been taken out of the hands of the RC transmitter and is exclusively handled by the EzUHF transmitter, so any radio can be used with your TrackR2 now. Support for any radio battery voltage is guaranteed as well, as the EzUHF transmitter has a power-in jack which will accept a 3S LiPo, so no soldering in your precious RC transmitter is required. For Futaba systems using a 9.6V battery or 3S LiPo the EzUHF transmitter can be powered directly from it, with just a single cable. The battery voltage, either from the external battery, or provided by the radio, obviously is monitored and an audible alarm will sound when the battery gets low.
The EzUHF transmitter comes with an auxilary input that’ll offer exciting upcoming new features for FPV/UAV use. The EzUHF transmitter also comes with a power boost switch, which boosts the power if you happen to put yourself in a tight spot and need to regain control. And we’ve not even touched upon the full duplex capabilities of the EzUHF solution, which is exclusively available on the EzUHF transmitter and the 8-ch EzUHF receiver, turning both into full blown transceivers and hence opening the door for exciting future possibilities.
These clips may work to clip it to your radio handle!
-Reliable FHSS Link (Frequency Hopping, Spread Spectrum)
-433MHz/70cm Ham band operation
-600mW (~28dBm) output power
-Direct head-tracker input, adding head-tracker compatibility to most radios
-Power switch, boost power when at long range
-Standard SMA antenna connector, compatibility with 70cm antennas
-Flexible buffered, AC-coupled, PPM input, ensures compatibility with 3.3v thru 9.6v PPM levels
-Standard USB port (Mini-A) for firmware upgrades, and system configuration
-Single pushbutton learning of failsafe positions
-Binding function, which allows binding Single Tx->Rx, Multi Tx->Rx, and Single Tx->Multi Rx
-Mates with 8 channel, and 4 channel EzUHF receivers
-Power sourced directly from the R/C Tx (Futaba), or optional DC power jack
-Built in receiver, for future expansion
-Custom extruded brushed aluminum enclosure
But there’s more, as all EzUHF products feature a common USB connector which, in combination with our application software, will allow you to set up your receivers in just the way you like. Mikrokopter mode, the cloning of channels, diagnostics, firmware updates, etc. etc. all available with the click of your mouse or a press of a button, no soldering required, nor any fancy non-standard cable. Convenient, simple and intuitive, leaving you with more time to enjoy your flying, rather than spending hours or days setting up your equipment.
All of that and many, many more upcoming features which further allow integration of our products and turn the electronics powering your FPV plane into a reliable, rock solid, but above all a plug ‘n fly solution that you get to enjoy every time you fly.
EzUHF Rx/Tx firmware upgrade procedure
Video describing how to connect to a JR radio if you want to make your own cable:
There is currently a compatiblity issue with the Futaba 8FG radios due to the variable PPM frame rate they seem to use. ImmersionRC is looking in to this and trying to reach out to Futaba to see if this can be fixed with a firmware update.
This equipment is being sold under the FCC’s amateur radio rules. Operators must abide by all applicable laws and hold an amateur license to operate this equipment. Use of amateur equipment without a license or use of equipment on restricted frequencies could subject the operator to significant fines by the FCC. By purchasing this equipment, the user is agreeing that they understand these responsibilities and will operate the equipment legally. For information regarding obtaining an amateur radio license, please go to http://www.arrl.org/getting-licensed.
47 CFR 97.215(c) sets a 1 watt limit for amateur devices being used for telecommand. Devices over 1 watt output should not be used for telecommand of model aircraft.
The use and operation of this product in your country may require an amateur radio license, and some countries may forbid its use entirely. It is the responsibility of the purchaser to ensure that the purchase and use of this product meets the requirements imposed by your government’s rules and regulations for RF devices. Do not purchase this product if you are unsure of the government requirements or are not able to comply with them. Ready Made RC, LLC cannot be held responsible for your actions if you purchase and/or use this product in violation of your government's regulations.