Spektrum RC AR7200BX 7CH DSMX Flybarless Control System w/BeastX

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This is the Spektrum AR7200BX 7CH DSMX Flybarless Control System. BeastX flybarless technology is the most powerful, easiest-to-use flybarless technology flying today. Now with the amazing AR7200BX, you can add it to your 250- to .90-size helicopter while saving space and reducing flying weight at the same time. The groundbreaking Spektrum innovation combines a 7-channel DSMX receiver with a BeastX, 3-axis MEMS stabilization system into a single, compact unit! Besides eliminating the mechanical complexity of a flybar, the BeastX technology built into the AR7200BX lets you quickly fine-tune stability, cyclic response and tail response without touching the linkage or requiring special software. All you need is your DSM2/DSMX transmitter and this two-in-one unit!

NOTE: 500 class and larger helicopters require a DSMX remote receiver (SPM9645) (not included).


  • Integrated BeastX 3-axis MEMS gyro
  • 250 to 800 sized helicopters
  • Designed for easy access for field adjustments
  • DSMX safety and control
  • Flight log telemetry compatible
  • 11ms frame rate
  • 2048 resolution

Type: Flybarless Control System Receiver
# of Channels: 7
Modulation: DSM2/DSMX
Band: 2.4GHz
Length: 1.42 in (36mm)
Width: 1.1 in (28mm)
Height: 0.5 in (13mm)
Weight: 0.66 oz (18.6 g)
Voltage Range: 3.5V-8.5V
Antenna Length: 110mm, 40mm

This product was added to our catalog on February 1, 2012.

Brian D
Verified Owner
Monday, Apr 2 2012 (about 5 years ago)
Spektrum RC AR7200BX 7CH DSMX Flybarless Control System w/BeastX
This is my first FBL controller and I very pleased with its performance. I'm using it on a Align T-rex 500 with a Microheli head and Align servos all around. I was very nervous on the first flight but after I lifted off, hovered and then realized how solid and steady it was, I was very relieved. I didn't have any help setting it up or for its first flights. The unit is very user friendly and I was able to tune it a little bit to make it hover hands off. I have since done some fast forward flight and mild/heavy sport flying. It holds everything well, but I'm going to have my friend, who has a fair amount of experience with the Microbeast help me dial it in even tighter. I hear from most people with FBL experience that Microbeasts are the way to go. Now that Spektrum has combined it with a receiver, it is just too easy now to convert to FBL.)