The DXS transmitter is built around proven Spektrum™ DSMX® 2.4GHz frequency-agile technology – the most advanced spread spectrum RC technology to date. By adding the agility of unique frequency shifts to the superior interference resistance of a wideband signal, and by limiting those shifts to a smaller portion of the 2.4GHz band, DSMX transmitters provide on-channel interference protection that’s second to none.
Weight distribution, switch placement and trim switch positions have been optimized for comfort and fatigue-free control. An integrated handle and neck strap hook are included for easy carrying. Ports are provided in the rear battery compartment for using optional wireless trainer and PC programming capabilities. The SRXL2™ DSMX® Remote Receiver (available separately) is required for wireless trainer support. Registration and firmware updating are possible from your PC by downloading the software from the DXS product page at SpektrumRC.com and using the USB Programming Cable (available separately).
AR410 4-CHANNEL SPORT RECEIVER **(COMBO VERSION ONLY)**
Included with the combo version is the Spektrum™ AR410 is a full-range, 4-channel sport air receiver with DSMX®/DSM2® compatibility and a compact footprint that’s streamlined to fit in a wide range of models. The AR410 features an internal antenna design for durability and easy installations while maintaining superior full-range performance. In addition, the AR410 offers fly-by range telemetry that includes flight log and receiver battery pack voltage data. Access to telemetry is automatic when used with any telemetry-capable Spektrum transmitter.
FLIGHT PACK VOLTAGE MONITOR
Get essential flight battery status information at a glance from the DXS transmitter when using it with Smart Avian™ ESCs and Smart LiPo batteries (sold separately). Four green LEDs on the front of the transmitter communicate the flight battery voltage level. In normal operation with a Smart ESC and Smart battery, only one of the LEDs will glow if the battery is low. Two illuminate to indicate a half-charged battery, three light if the battery is between half and full charge, and all four shine when the flight battery is fully charged.