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Old 12-29-2012, 10:07 PM   #1 (permalink)
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been flying helis a while. got a BOSCAM FPV goggle and transmitter set. I have searched the web (I am a luddite) and can't find :

1) the BOSCAM has a 6 pin data cable for head tracking that is for a Futaba radio. all my radios are JR...is there some adapter cable available??

2) The BOSCAM came with a cable that goes from the video transmitter box to the actual camera...on the camera side there is a small white connector that plugs in to the camera, and one wire was broken...the connector looks like one that would be used for a JR satellite receiver EXCEPT it has four pin holes instead of three. I am looking for either a replacement cable (the other end has a wide (6 pin I think with 3 wires entrering it) or at least the name of the small (4 pin) connector so I can make my own cable. Thanks in advance!
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Old 01-07-2013, 08:47 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Got issue 2 resolved with some snipping, soldering, and hot glue insulation application. Question 1 remains: the Boscam goggles have a cable that has a 6 pin plug on one end that is supposed to plug into a futaba radio (the goggles have a gyro that operates pan/tilt servos on the camera), but I have a JR x9303...do I have to buy a Futaba heli radio or is there an adapter cable that will allow this to work with the JR? Thanks!
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