Spektrum RC DXe 6-Channel Full Range DSMX Transmitter (Transmitter Only)

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The Spektrum™ DXe combines the versatility of a programmable transmitter with the simplicity of a basic sport radio to give cost-conscious pilots a better choice when it comes to flying on a budget. Instead of having to reconfigure a bank of servo-reversing and wing-type switches every time you want to fly a different model, the DXe lets you instantly change those settings using a mobile device or PC.

Point and Click Programming
If you’ve ever managed a music library on your PC or smart phone, you can program the DXe. All you need is the free Spektrum programming app or software and a Spektrum programming cable (sold separately). Using this interface you can create and save basic model setups with different settings for:

• Servo Reversing
• Stick Configuration: Mode 1-4
• Wing Type: Normal or Delta/Elevon
• Expo: On or Off

Once saved to your PC or mobile device, you can upload the setup for a specific model to the DXe with a simple point and click. You can also use the interface to upload pre-programmed setups for Bind-N-Fly® aircraft.

The Spektrum programming app is available at Google Play and iTunes app stores. The PC software can be downloaded from spektrumrc.com.

More than Meets the Eye
While the DXe looks and functions like a basic 6-channel transmitter out of the box, it gives pilots the control functions they need to fly a wide variety of Bind-N-Fly aircraft using pre-programmed setups. Functions include:
• Four Control Surface Channels
• 3-Position Flap Switch
• 2-Position Auxiliary Function Switch
• 3-Position Flight Mode Switch for AS3X/SAFE-Equipped Aircraft
• Bind/Panic/Return Home Button for SAFE-Equipped Aircraft

Key Features:

  • Sport radio simplicity + programmable versatility
  • Programmed via mobile device or PC
  • Ideal for Bind-N-Fly aircraft, many with no programming required
  • Four control surface channels
  • 3-Position flap switch
  • 2-Position auxiliary function switch
  • 3-position AS3X/SAFE flight mode switch
  • Requires free programming app or software
  • Requires SPMA3081 or SPMA3065 programming cable, sold separately
  • EN328 compatible

Specifications:

  • # of Channels: Depending on configuration, 6 to 9
  • Modulation: DSMX
  • Band: 2.4GHz
  • Programming Features: Airplane
  • Modes: User Selectable Mode 1-4
  • Transmitter (Tx) Battery Type: 4 AA Alkaline
  • Experience Level: Beginner

This product was added to our catalog on January 10, 2018

Globemaster
Monday, Aug 27 2018 (3 weeks ago)
Spektrum RC DXe 6-Channel Full Range DSMX Transmitter (Transmitter Only)
this is a great transmitter for beginners. But if you want to fly a wing or something more advanced like that you have to buy a 30 dollar cable to program it.
Craig McAllister
Wednesday, Mar 14 2018 (6 months ago)
Spektrum RC DXe 6-Channel Full Range DSMX Transmitter (Transmitter Only)
Very short range - under 1,000 feet. I bought this transmitter to control my Radian XL motorized glider. I previously used a Spektrum DX5e that controlled the glider as high as I could see it, one time over 3,000 feet. But the power switch on the DX5e wore out and was causing the transmissions to stop. So, I bought the DXe off the shelf from the local HobbyTown. Unfortunately, before I got the glider up to 1,000 feet, it disconnected from the transmitter until the plane glided down a bit and reconnected. I took it back to HobbyTown and exchanged it for another, thinking that the unit might be bad. The replacement was just the same, got to about 1,100 feet when it disconnected so returned it for a refund and gave up on the DXe. Fortunately, I've found a brand new DX5e on eBay that I hope to get to do as well as my old DX5e did. I didn't give the DXe just one star because it seemed to work well up to its very short maximum range so may do well for anyone flying closer than 1,000 feet (which most probably do. I just like to go for altitude with my glider).