World Novelty: The weatronic® 2.4 Dual
FHSS Radio Control System.
Double Safety has a name
The most reliable connection to the model – that is the wish
of every RC-pilot.
With the all new weatronic® 2.4 GHz FHSS Dual RC system
our development team offers you the most possible in reliability of your radio
- weatronic® 2.4 GHz Dual FHSS stands for Dual Frequency Hopping Spread
Spectrum in the 2.4 GHz ISM-Band.
- weatronic® 2.4 GHz Dual FHSS transmits and receives on 79 continuously
hopping frequencies at a rate of less than 1/100 sec. Transmitter module and
dual receiver are synchronized and follow the same algorithm.
- Turn on the system, take off, fly, and land –that’s all you need to care
about. 120 systems or more can work at the same time. Interferences are
- What is the range? - As far as you can distinguish the flight attitude of
- weatronic® 2.4 GHz Dual FHSS is an all new development of our engineering
team – patents are pending.
The weatronic® development team has implemented the most possible in safety
that can be squeezed out of the wide band technology. That is why we did not use
complete IC modules that were developed for other applications.
The task at hand: European regulations allow no more than 100 mW EIRP
*transmitter power output. At the same we want to guarantee a safe and reliable
system. Only one transmission technology would stand up to the task: The
FHSS-technology. FHSS stands for Frequency Hopping Spread Spectrum.
weatronic® system uses the most possible available number of channels. Depending
on the country, up to 79 channels can be used. All these channels are normally
used in a rapid random succession.
weatronic® has based the new 2.4 GHz Dual
FHSS -RC-system on the adaptive frequency hopping technology, similar to the
industry standard shared by Bluetooth® . 79 channels (frequencies) are used with
a bandwith of 1 MHz. Channels that are found busy or disturbed are excluded at
the time being until they are free again. In addition weatronic® also uses a
forward error correction system which further enhances the safety of the
weatronic® 2.4GHz Dual Receivers have two completely independent
circuits. They provide redundancy and complete spatial diversity, supported
through the use of two antennas. This enhances safety through avoidance of
blocking, dead zones and - or fading.
The integrated on-board-electronic system
weatronic® constructed a new parallel product line
based upon our 2.4 Dual FHSS technology. The integrated on board electronic
system for big models, jets, gliders and helicopters will be available in five
- Dual Receiver 2.4 Dual FHSS 12-22 R
- Dual Receiver 2.4 Dual FHSS 12-22 R Gyro II
- Dual Receiver 2.4 Dual FHSS 12-22 R Gyro III
- Dual Receiver 2.4 Dual FHSS 12-22 R Gyro III + GPS
- Dual Receiver 2.4 Dual FHSS 12-30 R Gyro III + GPS
We enhanced our strong double power supply, well known from our 35 and 72 MHz
Dual Receivers, to handle the strongest digital servos being on the market. Now
eight independent power circuits deliver each continuous 4.0 amps - altogether
32 amps - with a regulated voltage of selectable 4.8 or 6.0 Volts. New: two-axis
respectively three-axis-gyros on board are now fully programmable heading lock
versions. Large alloy heat sink in the bottom of the housing.
120 x 75 x 30 mm
Weight: 225 g
The 12-Channel Transmitter Module
The weatronic® transmitter module is mounted in a flat
housing and will be fastened to the transmitter with adapter fittings. Available
for all transmitters with changeable HF modules. A wire and an adapter housing
similar to the original part connects the module with the transmitter. In case
of installation inside the transmitter a printed circuit board is used.
weatronic® 12-channel transmitter module for MC-24
The weatronic® module transmits and receives through two patch aerials on 12
channels. It logs all the transmitted and received data on a micro SD card which
can be read out with the weatronic® GIGA control software. An acoustic signal
(earplug) warns the pilot when the battery of the receiver has low voltage or
the range is reaching the boundaries. The weatronic® system works as a frequency
hopping spread spectrum with 79 channels (frequencies).The transmitting power is
100 mW EIRP*. The system complies with ETSI and FCC regulations.
* Equivalent Isotropic Radiated
12-channel transmitter module for Futaba 12 MG
Dual Receiver 2.4 Dual FHSS Micro Class
This all new small high end Dual Receiver is suitable for
middle size and small models and helicopters. It has very high sensitivity and
very robust against interference. Programmable failsafe for each channel via
transmitter, two changeable aerials of different lengths available.
Firmware update via USB adapter cable, newest generation of
32-bit-microprocessors used, double watchdog function, shielded servo exits
against interference, heavy duty PCB, signal voltage 5 Volts, operating voltage
3.8 - 9 Volts, external electronic switch/regulator. Available in 3 versions:
- Dual Receiver 2.4 Dual FHSS micro - 8 channel
- Dual Receiver 2.4 Dual FHSS micro - 10 channel
- Dual Receiver 2.4 Dual FHSS micro - 12 channel
Dimensions: 55 x 35 x 19 mm
Weight: 25 gMore informations about our
very safe and redundant system on the 2.4 GHZ-ISM Band will be published here
The weatronic® GPS module
Only with fitting the new weatronic® GPS module your model surely will not
fly higher, nor faster nor farther. But with the aid of the information, the
module provides, you gain totally new opportunities in testing calibration and
parts in your model. Even for those who just want to fly, the obtained data will
be a huge assistance of assessing and improving your own flying skills. The GPS
module from weatronic® is definitely an important enrichment for your hobby.
The weatronic® GPS module on board is continuously sending all measured data
concerning route, speed, position as well as altitude to the weatronic® 2.4 Dual
FHSS transmitter module.
There you can freely define via GigaControl how often and which data should
be emitted in your headphones. The device, for example, is able to emit speed
and/or altitude over ground or the current position in spoken language.
Moreover the data is logged on the integrated micro SD-memory card,
comparable to the mode of operation of a flight data recorder in aviation. With
the aid of the weatronic® software GigaControl, the connected GPS-sensor can be
You have the opportunity to freely define the intervals as well as entering
thresholds which lead to warnings. This way you can, for example, set minimum or
maximum speed which then is emitted again via the audio interface.
All data can be shown and analyzed afterwards on your PC. But there exist far
more opportunities. The data is transmitted parallel via USB connection to a
laptop or netbook, while the weatronic® 2.4 Dual FHSS transmitter module is in
use. There you are able to access up-to-date information about position,
altitude and speed in real-time. The GPS module can furthermore be linked to all
weatronic® receivers via the SCU port. The energy supply takes place via the
With 31mm x 31mm and 15mm height, the module is very