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Head Tracker experts please stand up (Futaba 14SG EZUHF and Dom V2)
« Reply #15 on: December 13, 2015, 09:21:56 AM »

I assume you are trying to pipe the head tracker through the 14sg and then to the ezuhf tx?  Why not just connect the gogs  direct to the ezuhf tx bypassing the 14 sg? Then you just need to map the ezuhf tx to use the channels for the pan and tilt?
The problem we had was that the voltage of the 14sg was not high enough to power the ezuhf so it would not work that way anyway.


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Head Tracker experts please stand up (Futaba 14SG EZUHF and Dom V2)
« Reply #16 on: December 13, 2015, 10:43:40 AM »

The H/T is connected directly to the UHF and in the software mapped 7 & 8 to pan and tilt. I'm using the bind button to enable the H/T

I've powered the EZ with a separate 3S supply
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« Reply #17 on: December 13, 2015, 04:39:43 PM »

Oh OK I got the wrong end of the stick then.  I thought you where trying to use the trainer port on the 14sg.

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« Reply #18 on: December 13, 2015, 04:48:54 PM »

I tested a Attitude V2 on the same setup and still the same issue. It has to be the H/T cable. It's a straight through DIN so next step is to make it crossiver
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« Reply #19 on: June 18, 2016, 09:10:25 AM »

Success for me! After faffing around with the fatshark head tracker for days and getting no where fast, I just forgot all about HT. Now I have the HK spitfire mounted with a camera I decided to try again with the Futaba 14 sg and I have got it working. So here's how

R7008sb Rx set to 8 channel mode
Tx set to FASSTest 14 channel single
Trainer set to switch SB
Trainer menu set as
7, mode func, rate student 100%, ch 7
8' mode func, rate student 100%, ch 8

Pan on 7 called aux 1. tilt on 8 called aux 5 and relevant settings made in the HT beeping menu to match plus direction reversals etc
End points set for ch 7&8 to stop binding.
The only issue I have is I cannot stop the auto centring in the goggle menu. Plus as the tx works on 6.6v the voltage is too low for the goggles so to get this to work I had to power the goggles with the headset battery.
Hope this helps.
Btw I am not brave enough to fly the spit on FPV without a buddy box which I cannot have as the port is used by the HT.




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