DSM2 Spread Spectrum Technology for Popular Module Based Radios
Very Robust Radio Link
No Crystals Needed
No More Model Generated Interference (electronic ignitions, metal to metal contact, etc.)
Short Antennas on Both Radio and Receivers
No Need to Send Existing Radio in to Service to be Retuned
Keep Favorite Radio with Familiar Software Program
Now thousands of Futaba users can experience the freedom that only Spektrum’s revolutionary 2.4GHz technology can provide with Spektrum’s new Aircraft Module Systems. Each module system includes everything you need to equip your Futaba module-based system with the interference free, glitch free precision of DSM2—Spektrum’s advanced spread spectrum protocol that can be used with any size and type of aircraft.
Just think, now you can fly anytime you want without giving a second thought to frequency conflicts, RF interference or glitches AND use the same radio you’re flying with now.
Check out the Aircraft Module System tour on the Spektrum website. You’ll learn just how simple it is to install, and what radios it’s compatible with.
DO NOT OPERATE WITHOUT ANTENNA CONNECTED
Compatible with the following Futaba Radios:
7U Series Radios 8J Series Radios 9C Series Radios 9Z Series Radios FN Series Radios
The variometer is a telemetry sensor for sailplanes that indicates the rate of ascent and descent via an audible tone using select Spektrum™ transmitters*. This provides an indicator to the pilot when the sailplane is in a thermal of rising , or sinking air. By knowing when the sailplane is rising or sinking, the pilot can keep the sailplane in rising air and out of sinking air providing longer flight times.
Know when your sailplane is in a thermal and fly longer durations with the Spektrum variometer.
Variometer data indicates the rate of ascent and descent for sailplanes
Compact size easily fits in most sailplane applications
The internal sensor automatically senses barometric pressure in order to determine rate of climb and altitude with no calibration required
Built-in altimeter provides altimeter information giving the end user accurate readings of altitude above ground level (AGL)
Fully compatible with the Spektrum DX6 (SPM6700), DX9, DX18 G2, DX18QQ, DX10T and DX18T; DX8 only compatible with altimeter functionality
TM1000 and a Telemetry Capable Transmitter required
Spektrum has combined a state of the art F4 processor with proprietary Raceflight One firmware to bring you the cutting edge in FPV racing performance.
Featuring an integrated 5v regulator, pilots will no longer worry about providing regulated power to your flight controller.
The Spektrum F400 flight controller makes wiring the receiver simple by only needing one connection for power, signal, and telemetry information.
Pair it with a SPM4649T Serial Telemetry receiver and the pilot can feed all available telemetry data to their Spektrum radio transmitter.
The processor in the Spektrum F400 is capable of a lighting fast 180MHz update speed; giving the pilot uncompromised speed, precision, and power. Connect the F400 Raceflight Flight Controller with a 32KHz capable ESC for optimal performance.
Compatible with all Spektrum receivers and other brands. No Built in SBUS Inverter
Ready for the new SPM4649T Telemetry Quad Racing Receiver for Full Telemetry Output Support
Standard form factor 36mm x 36mm mounting holes: 30.5mm squared to center hole
RaceFlight One dedicated support and development
High Speed 32khz gyro
Leading Edge F4 Processor
LED Driver for WS2812b programmable LED
ESC flashing and configuration built into configurator
Spektrum’s optional Flight Log is a unique tool that allows you to view the performance of your radio system like never before. With the revolutionary Flight Log, you can now quickly and easily view the real-time voltage supplied to your receiver, how many fades each internal receiver and remote receiver gets each flight, and if the system received any frame losses or failsafes (holds).
The Flight Log is an optional component that was originally designed for testing, but now it is offered as a handy device that gives you a clear digital readout of your radio performance. The Flight Log is not required, but for complex aircraft, it provides an intuitive analysis of the overall performance of the radio installation. Some of today’s models can be very demanding. The Flight Log ensures confidence that your system is working properly and you have optimized the radio installation.
The Flight Log provides the following information:
System voltage - receiver pack voltage
Antenna fades – represent the loss of a bit of information on that specific antenna. Typically it’s normal to have as many as 50 – 100 antenna fades on any one of the antennas during a flight. If any single antenna experiences over 500 fades in a single flight, the antenna should be repositioned in the aircraft to optimize the RF link.
Frame Loss – represents simultaneous antenna fades on all attached receivers. If the RF link is performing optimally, frame losses per flight should be less than 20.
Hold – a hold occurs when 45 contiguous (one right after the other) frame losses occur. This takes about one second. If a hold occurs during flight, it’s important to re-evaluate the system, moving the antennas to different locations and/or checking to be sure the transmitter and receivers are working correctly.