Jeti and flight simulator – Universal wireless adapter

Universal wireless adapter for simulators with Jeti

After writing the post “Real Flight 7.5 + Jeti DS-16 + Rsat2 = True” there came a question in IRC regarding connection to another simulators like neXt, Phoenix and AccuRC.

To my knowledge all of them are available with adapters and either an built-in 3.5mm plug or a socket so user can provide own cable.

User did not get the connection so I promised I’d draw a picture about it.

Remember to measure the colors of USB-cable with voltage meter before doing any connections. Connection is very simple as picture shows. (Click for larger version)

sim_connection2

Notes:

  • Sockets positive (PPM+) needs to connect to the tip of the inserted plug
  • Sockets negative (PPM-) is NOT the socket ground. This is for Phoenix compatibility.
  • If You have a adapter with socket and not a cable You need a 3,5mm plug-to-plug cable

Radio settings

Regarding channel order simply put, no idea. I need to see if I can find my Phoenix-sim and test it. The basic model structure in Jeti should be the same as in Real Flight -post.

Have fun!

9 thoughts on “Jeti and flight simulator – Universal wireless adapter

  1. Hi, sorry, its not clear for me.
    USB output is 3 wires leads to jack male, and how to connect servo connector (from rsat2) wires to jack female?
    Thanks in advance.

    1. The connection described here is a universal connection made from components. If you have a USB to 3-pin jack you have some sort of special cable and unfortunately I can't help you on that. it might be a cable to connect straight to transmitter.

  2. Hi, You mention that the tip of the 3.5mm plug would be PPM+ and PPM- to the next ring of the plug. Is the polarity then reversed in the socket (+ to -) or the is the wiring diagram incorrect? As I read your diagram PPM- would go to the tip of the plug ect.

    Thanks in advance

  3. Hello, there is something that I do not understand, the usb plug is the power supply of sat2, ok, but what are the relation between the gray and orange wire with the usb, because my phoenix is connected directly to the pc by this cable , I don't have a jack.
    Thanks for your help
    cordially
    pascal

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