Want to feel like you're really in the pilots seat? or do you prefer the drivers seat? The Windbox Brain can make it happen!
The Windbox Ground Control System Brain is a remote control interface that allows a USB flight joystick, USB gamepad, steering wheel, and other plug and play USB peripherals to be used for the remote control of fixed-wing model aircraft, multirotors, cars and boats. Its awesome!
There are ports for FPV goggles as well as a headtracker to allow for the ultimate FPV experience, and it has a number of other ports including a serial port, PPM, power and antenna port.
The LCD display interface is easy to use and understand and the unit is also equipped with a USB firmware upgrade port. It has a built in 2.4Ghz transmitter and included with the unit is a 2.4Ghz 12 channel FHSS V4 receiver!
This is a truly versatile unit that is ideal for FPV/UAV applications and the unit can be used with 433Mhz long range radio systems.
• Use joystick, steering wheel and other plug and play peripherals to control your model
• Suitable for FPV and UAV use
• Headtracker ready
• Easy to use interface
• Built in 2.4Ghz FHSS transmitter
• Suitable for 433Mhz long range radio systems
Dimensions: 110 x 80 x 27mm
Weight Unit: 144g
Weight Receiver: 11g
Weight Antenna: 21g
Ports: PPM OUT, Serial, PPM IN, POWER, USB Joystick, USB Firmware
Power: 2S or 3S Lipoly
Windbox Ground Control System Brain (with built in 2.4Ghz FHSS Transmitter)
12 channel 2.4Ghz FHSS Receiver
I've been piloting for a month with this and a Saitek X52 Pro and ir's great. This is basically a transmitter without sticks but an USB. You can configure mixes, reverses, trimmers... etc.
I started using its internal TX and receiver and finally switched to my EZUHF, using the Windbox PPM Out. I use too its PPM In to connect the Quanum Headtracker.
It's great to be able to configure buttons to do things like bombing with the fire button and open flaps with the slider.
I consider the price high (half of this price would be perfect) but there isn't anything like this in the market and you need it for safe joystick piloting (I don't want a maybe unstable Raspberry Pi solution).
About the use with RC Car, I don't own, but went to a shop and checked that new Logitech G29 worked properly.work fine with some joystick or wheels (g27) but trottle issue with logitech extreme 3D pro joystick
need help to calibrate this channel