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X-Gyro 500 Single Axis Head Tracking system.

X-Gyro 500 Single Axis Head Trac...

The X-Gyro 500 is a simple single axis head tracking system that can be used to track head movement to for controlling an on board camera in an FPV system.

Specs.
Voltage: 8~12v
Weight: 20g
Range: +/- 90degree
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X-gyro500

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X-gyro500


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Overview

The X-Gyro 500 is a simple single axis head tracking system that can be used to track head movement to for controlling an on board camera in an FPV system.

Specs.
Voltage: 8~12v
Weight: 20g
Range: +/- 90degree

Compatible Transmitters.
FUTABA: (FF-7, FF-8, FF-9, T9Z, T12MZ, T14MZ)
Graupner: (MC20, MC24, MX22)
Multiplex transmitter: (Royal Evo, Cockpit SX, mc4000)
JR and other transmitters without programmable channel: (9303, 9X)

Note:  A user manual can be downloaded from the files tab.

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Additional Information

  • Blade Count:
    N/A
  • Diameter X(Inch):
    No
  • SKU
    X-gyro500
  • Brand
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  • Watt Hour:
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  • Weight(g):
    78.00
  • Length
    180.00
  • Width
    18.00
  • Height:
    100.00
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bad drift of zero position make it useless for task
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