Futaba 12Z 12-Channel PCM G3 2048 Radio System w/R6014HS 2.4GHz Receiver (Mode 1)
Futabas 12Z 2.4GHz one of the most sophisticated airplane systems ever produced with the incredible response, precision and glitch-free reliability of 2.4GHz. For the pilot who demands the utmost in speed and accuracy as well as features and performance, this radio is truly the best of the best!
• Dial-N-Key setup and the single joy stick button to move the cursor in 4 directions • Dual Processors • R6014HS equiped with FASST technology • 25 modelss storage memory • Lithium-Ion Transmitter Battery delivers up to 3 hours of flying time • Gimbals with long-life potentiometer, quad-bearings, and adjustable tension • Breakthrough 2048 G3 PCM resolution twice that of 1024PCM high-end radio systems This means the servo picks up even the slightest stick movement. Frame rate is 40% faster than even Futabas 9Z for response so immediate, it feels like "real time" • "Backwards compatible" with FM/PPM, and 1024 PCM • Combines airplane and glider functions conveniently into one program • Supports 13 different wing types, 3 tail types, 3 motor types and 7 heli swash types • Offers 8 total flight conditions (7 plus the default) • Allows a modeler to program a model with 2, 3, or 4 engines and set all the linkage throws to work at one time or together • Features digital trims, which offers precise tuning, on all 4 main channels Virtually the whole system can be fine tuned in almost every level • Six factory-set Variable Dual Rate (VDR) curves can be assigned to any function in any flight condition configuration • Variable Dual Rates (VDR) and Expo can be combined so they are automatically activated when a function is activated no program mixing required • Multiple servos controlling a single function can be conveniently grouped onto the transmitter operation • Servos can be plugged into different receiver channels, even non-consecutively • Each servos EPA (End Points Adjustment) can be adjusted individually from the transmitter so that no separate servo synchronizer is needed for mixing • 10 programmable mixes can be freely customized for each condition
Includes: 12ZH 12-Channel Transmitter R6014HS 2.4GHz Receiver TM-14 2.4GHz RF Module for transmitter Padded Aluminum Case with Two Keys 7.4V 2200mah Lithium Ion transmitter battery Hex wrenches Switch harness Charger Transmitter Neck Strap
If you would like one, I have one for sale with TM14 module and case and charger Battery.
I will be happy to sell it for $700 (US) shipping. You can get the 14 channel RX on here for $200. Works out to be about $450 cheaper delivered to Canada.
Let me know if you are interested by replying to this message.
can i do this project "http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HnNHMw9QrVY" using this tx or hitech aurora 9 ? i need to control 4-5servos and 4 dc motors independently & simultaneously !!! plzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz do help urgent !
OMG... who chews your food for you??? Buy a Mode 1, open the case (using a screwdriver - have you got one?) swap the ratchet over to the other stick and respring the right stick, then go into the menu and change the mode.
Somebody know the difference about the hardware configuration from this Hely version compare an Air version? I know that is possible change the configuration by the "service configuration setup" but I don't know if switch and button are the same for both Hely and Air hardware. Thank you for reply.
Hello Aldo, I have the same problem, on this kind of version there is lot of confusion ad not clear informations. I think there is hardware differences for sure, because why make a different model if you can set it up easily with the only software ? Sounds strange to me. I still need the AIR version (ZA or ZAP ?) but no answer... HK PLEASE !!!!!!! :-) Will buy for sure if you take in stock !!!!
Can anyone, tell the differences between the 12FGH(899,99$) and the 12ZH(1299,99$)? What they have these diferences in price? Both of them, have 12 chanels, and both came with same emitter module, (TM14), and same receiver, (R6014FS). I would like to buy the definitive emitter, buy I dont want to buy one, and in a few months, realize that other will be better. Can anyone help me?
"12Z" transmitter is the black-and-white, and no touch screen version of the "14MZ"
So this radio is the most advanced in Futaba range for the moment. Most of users prefer the mouse system of the 12Z instead of the touch screen of the 14MZ. The software of the 12Z is EXACTLY the same as the 14MZ
Theres a lot of differences in the software between 12Z and 12CG, check Futaba site for details www.link you have the money, go for this one, you wont regret it. If your not a top competitor, you'll never see any difference between 12CG and 12Z.