|(1.x firmware screenshot, but still suffices)|
Ignore the warning menu item, as we're dealing with telemetry instead. So please enter [TELEMETRY].
On another note: this telemetry configuration screen is about what telemetry data is available. It is not about telemetry display configuration, which is a completely separate beast. Unfortunately, the screens are easy to mix and Futaba did its best to cause naming confusion. After some time you will get accustomed to such quirks.
|Setting the flight battery warning level.|
Now for the next idiosyncrasy: the THRESHOLD is the lowest good voltage, so the warning will be done when the voltage drops below the level you set here. Whoever at Futaba came up with this great idea for designing this configuration screen this way ... should be punished till Ethernity with an infinite loop of Shōgun.
You may notice that I configured 10.7V instead of 10.8V. Remember that in its default settings, the Naza-M has its first warning level set to 10.7V, it starts warning then. So as I set 10.7V the T14SG will warn only when dropping down to 10.6V and below. Consequently, I also lowered the Phantom's first and second protection levels by 0.1V respectively. This way, the transmitter will warn first before the Phantom does its short nose dive as its warning indication.
In the row VIBES you can select one out of several vibration patterns in order to get also a feeling for low voltages...
I've rather wired switch SA to select different stick rate curves.