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Adapter to connect the telemetry data

For XICOY ecus Model AU-107, AU108, BL130 and BL180 used by JetCentral, Wren, Kingtech G1 and JetsMunt, including the Xicoy engines to the radios JETI, FUTABA, MULTIPLEX, HoTT, CORE-PowerBox, FrSky and JR DMSS. Supports several engines on the same receiver except Hott.
Ecus V6 and older (connector RJ45 8 pin) not supported.

  • Supports Futaba MZ18, SZ18.
  • JetiBox supported, inclusive alarms.

Translates all relevant parameters (RPM. EGT, battery, Pump, Throttle and remaining fuel) from the ecu to the TX, where they can be recorded and alarms set.

If used on JETI and Hott radios, it provides full emulation of the ecu data terminal to access to all ecu functions, and to monitor the startup of the engine. Keystrokes of the buttons on the transmiiter are sent to the ecu to allow the navigation through all the menus on the ecu.  

Check the user's manual for detailed specifications on each transmitter system.

FrSky users: Devices sold after 15 May 2021 support ACCST protocol and ACCESS protocol.  Older devices only support ACCST and don't support other sensors in paralel.

The price of the product include only the telemetry adapter. In some FrSky you will need a LUA script, that is not included.  We offer two samples for free here, but these scripts are "as is", we can't guarantee that will run in future versions of frSky software or firmware, nor we will update them to keep current.  

  • You can download the Taranis LUA script here.  
  • Horus LUA script  here.
  • Ethos LUA script here:  here.

Please ask us for posible solutions on other radio brands.  

Videos- JETI:  

Navigating trough the ecu menus from transmitter

Monitoring the engine startup

Engine run, data logiing and displaying the data after a run



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