Spektrum RC TM1000 DSMX/DSM2 Full Range Aircraft Telemetry Module

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This is the Spektrum TM1000 DSMX/DSM2 Full Range Aircraft Telemetry Module. The TM1000 Telemetry Module transmits important flight information to aircraft telemetry compatible transmitters. The module can provide important Flight Log information such as RF link performance and receiver battery pack voltage. The TM1000 Telemetry Module can also provide flight pack information which could include the flight pack battery for electric powered aircraft, or ignition batteries in gas engine powered aircraft. The module can provide temperature information, as well as RPM with RPM sensors available separately.


  • Transmits vital model feedback to the transmitter
  • Full range performance
  • Telemetry compatible with any DSMX or DSM2 receiver, flight log data only available with data port compatible receivers


  • Type: TM1000 DSMX/DSM2 Full Range Aircraft Telemetry Module
  • Modulation: DSMX/DSM2
  • Dimensions (WxLxH): 30.0x43.0x13.0mm
  • Weight: 15.8g

This product was added to our catalog on September 23, 2010

Verified Owner
Wednesday, Jan 21 2015 (about 3 years ago)
Spektrum RC TM1000 DSMX/DSM2 Full Range Aircraft Telemetry Module
I have one of these on all but one of my helicopters. Tried the TM1100 but goes out of range quickly. If your thinking of telemetry just get this one right off the bat. This unit seems to transmit very accurate data when compared to my flight logger. I have had some trouble with the RPM readings being wrong and cant seem to figure out why so I had to give it a hit for that. But over all a very good investment given the price.
Lasse Kinnunen
Verified Owner
Wednesday, Jun 19 2013 (about 5 years ago)
Spektrum RC TM1000 DSMX/DSM2 Full Range Aircraft Telemetry Module
I got this with my AR8000 / DX8. Unfortunately, I connected the main battery voltage on my 700E to the RPM input instead of the voltage input on the TM1000 during commissioning, which resulted in a puff of smoke and a dead unit... One would think that Spektrum would have safeguarded the unit against these kind of stupid user errors, but here we are. So had to order a new one. It works very well and it's very useful to have main rotor RPM and main battery voltage on the TX. Recommend it for that reason, but one star off for the intolerance to connection errors.