Spektrum RC DX5e 5-Channel Full Range DSMX Radio System w/AR610 Receiver (No Servos)
This is the Spektrum DX5e 5-Channel Full Range DSMX Radio System with AR610 Receiver, but NO servos. Here Spektrum introduces another enormous change for the RC industry—the most affordable full range 2.4GHz radio ever available. The DX5e brings together the unbeatable control of genuine DSMX technology with the simplest, easiest-to-use design available, letting anyone, from parkfliers to students to instructors and more, take advantage of Spektrum technology for less. For a Spektrum radio and an AR610 receiver, the DX5e is the greatest value in RC, putting 2.4GHz DSMX control in your hands for less than ever before.
It is a simple and secure 5-channel radio, and while the DX5e transmitter is one of the best values in RC, it is anything but a stripped down transmitter. In fact, it boasts many features you simply won't find on most transmitters in its price range. Things like a Hi/Lo control rate switch, an extra function switch and available Delta wing mixing.
And because it's a full-range 2.4GHz transmitter, you can use the DX5e with everything from ultra micro helis and airplanes to bigger scale trainers and sport planes. It's a great way to try out the exciting world of Bind-N-Fly aircraft, too. It's 5-channels and extra functions will allow you to fly just about all of them.
- Basic 5-channel 2.4GHz DSMX radio and receiver
- Easy-to-use control for basic models
- Includes AR610 6-channel full range sport receiver
- Delta wing mixing
- HI/LO rates
- Servo reversing
- JR and Spektrum compatible trainer system
Number of Channels: 5
Receiver: AR610 6-Channel Full Range Sport Receiver
Programming Features: Servo Reverse; Delta Wing; HI/LO rates
Model Memory: 1
Modes: Mode 2
Transmitter (Tx) Battery Type: 4 AA Alkaline Batteries (included)
Experience Level: Beginner
- The DSMX branded DX5e transmitter is not compatible with the Spektrum AR6000/BR6000 receiver.
- Neck strap is available separately.
This product was added to our catalog on May 9, 2014.