Program your SPIN controller, also a powerful testing tool
For complete control in setup of your Jeti SPIN Brushless Controller, and to view recorded flight data, you need a "SPIN BOX", which is a self contained unit with digital readout that allows you to fine tune the controller setup for your aircraft. No computer is used. All input and data retrieval is immediate and can be read directly from the "SPIN BOX". Measures 3-5/16" x 2-7/8" x 5/8", weighs 2-1/2 oz.
When connected to a Jeti SPIN controller: Allows you to custom program your SPIN controller. Provides a readout screen for the data that is stored in the SPIN controller after a flight. Simple and intuitive to use, you will not need to drag a huge set of instructions or a computer to the flying field with you.
Jeti SPIN Box when not connected to a Jeti SPIN Controller When used by itself, the Spin Box is a powerful testing tool: Measure receiver channel output pulse widths. Measure servo transfer speeds, either unloaded or in actual use in the aircraft. Servo pulse generator, center your servos without receiver and transmitter. Servo-cycler, check the function of your servos, from 10 to 990 cycles.
Setting up your SPIN Controller using the SPIN Box:
Simple controller setup: Select the type of aircraft from the menu on the "SPIN BOX", and timing, brake, etc., will be set automatically.
Advanced controller setup: gives complete setup freedom: Timing: 0 to 30 degrees in 1 degree steps for any brushless motor type. Acceleration: for how quickly the motor reaches full power. Braking: can be set Off or On with selection of hardness. Helicopter constant RPM: can be set for minimum and maximum rotor head RPM and how quickly the controller reacts to changes in RPM under load. Battery type: and number of cells can be picked as well as the per cell cutoff voltage. Choose either Hard or Soft slow down at cutoff voltage. Motor rotation: can be reversed from the controller. which is great for motor systems where access to the motor/speed controller is difficult. Data logging: No need to bench test ever again! After a flight, just plug the SPIN Controller into the SPIN Box and read out the in-flight data: Maximum and Minimum temperature of controller during operation and the time it occurred. Maximum and Minimum current at full throttle, the time this occurred and the voltage of the flight batteries at that time. A huge help in selecting the ideal propeller for your airplane. Cut-off voltage and the time that this occurred. Motor run time measured from the first revolution. Maximum Motor RPM is recorded and the time it occurred. Errors where control parameters have been exceeded are recorded; this is a big help in determining the causes of motor cut-offs.