Futaba 14SG

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Futaba 14SG
The Futaba 14SG is a 14 channel 2.4GHz radio transmitter.

Promotional blurb

Futaba proudly introduces the 14SG, the only 14-channel system with revolutionary 2.4GHz FASSTest technology. It's also compatible with Futaba FASST and S-FHSS protocols, so you can fly with virtually any 2.4GHz air receiver Futaba produces.

The 14SG can transmit and receive telemetry data. Install Futaba telemetry sensors (sold separately) to monitor flight data, receive alerts while in flight and more. Heli pilots will prefer the 14SG’s 3-axis gyro support - which makes the 14SG the perfect system for flybarless flight!

The innovations don’t stop there. Turn the 14SG over, and you’ll see the construction is as rock-solid as any other Futaba system. It’s also very comfortable to use, thanks to rubber grips that help minimize flyer fatigue — an added bonus that pilots will appreciate.

The 14SG has so much to offer, we can’t talk about everything here. To see everything that the 14SG can do, read on...

General features

  • Channels: 12 proportional, 2 switched * Compatible with FASSTest, FASST and S-FHSS protocols
  • FASSTest telemetry – compatible with Futaba telemetry sensors (sold separately)
  • Free user-updatable software
  • 30-model memory
  • 10-character user naming
  • 10-character model naming
  • Airplane, helicopter and glider programming
  • Large, 1.75” x 3” backlit LCD screen with 128 x 64 resolution
  • SensorTouch™ programming
  • SD Card compatibility for external model memory and software updates (SD: 32MB-2GB; SDHC 4GB-32GB)
  • Left and right assignable slider switches
  • Two assignable rotary knobs
  • Six assignable three-position switches
  • One assignable momentary two-position switch
  • One assignable two-position switch
  • Comfortable rubber grips on the sides and back
  • Wide top switch spacing
  • Adjustable stick tension
  • 4 vibration warning types
  • Home/Exit; User Menu/Servo Monitor buttons
  • Audio earphone jack (for telemetry alarms)
  • 6V 1700mAh NiMH battery pack
  • User stick calibration
  • Trainer system
  • Servo speed adjust
  • 5 programmable mixes
  • V-tail, Ailvator, winglet, motor mixing
  • Trim mix
  • Logic switch (condition switch only)
  • Internal programmer for S.Bus servos
  • User menu
  • Servo monitor (neutral and moving tests)
  • 2 count up/countdown timers
  • Integral timer
  • Model timer
  • Quick model select

Helicopter features

  • 6 swash plate types
  • Pitch/throttle curves (5-point)
  • Throttle hold
  • Swash mix
  • Throttle mix
  • Pitch to rudder mixing
  • Fuel mixture
  • Gyro (Flybarless support)
  • Governor (700-3500 rpm)
  • Hover pitch
  • Hover throttle
  • High/low pitch
  • Swash AFR
  • Swash setting (mixing rate, linkage compensation, speed compensation)
  • Swash ring (electronic)
  • Throttle cut

Airplane features

  • 7 different wing types
  • 3 different tail types
  • 2 different rudder types
  • Flap setting menu
  • Differential ailerons
  • Aileron to camber flap mixing
  • Aileron to brake flap mixing
  • Aileron to rudder mixing
  • Rudder to aileron mixing
  • Rudder to elevator mixing
  • Camber mixing
  • Elevator to camber mixing
  • Camber flap to elevator mixing
  • Snap roll mixing
  • Airbrake mixing
  • V-Tail mixing
  • Ailvator
  • Winglet
  • Motor mixing
  • Fuel mixture mixing (single and twin)
  • Gyro mixing
  • Throttle curve (5-point)
  • Pitch curve (5-point)
  • Idle down

Glider features

  • 11 different wing types
  • 3 different tail types
  • 2 different rudder types
  • Flap setting menu
  • Differential ailerons
  • Aileron to camber flap mixing
  • Aileron to brake flap mixing
  • Aileron to rudder mixing
  • Rudder to aileron mixing
  • Rudder to elevator mixing
  • Camber mixing
  • Elevator to camber mixing
  • Camber flap to elevator mixing
  • Butterfly mixing
  • Butterfly to elevator mixing

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