Being on a budget doesn’t have to mean you have to settle for less than the best. The Spektrum DX6e gives you the unbeatable response of DSMX® technology, the simplicity of AirWare™ programming software and many other features you can’t find on other “budget” radios.
250-Model Memory The enormous capacity of the DX6e’s on-board memory means you will rarely, if ever, need to juggle models between transmitter memory and your SD card. The model memory menu is easy to navigate too. Only memory slots with model settings saved to them will appear. You won't have to scroll through empty slots or move models around if one is deleted.
Built-In Telemetry The built-in telemetry feature can give you real-time information on things like battery voltage, signal quality, motor temperature and more.* You can also program alerts that let you know when specific telemetry values reach or exceed limits you define. *Requires telemetry sensors and a telemetry-enabled receiver. Wireless Trainer Link The wireless trainer link gives instructors the option to wirelessly ''buddy box'' with another DSMX/DSM2® transmitter. Once bound to another transmitter, ModelMatch™ technology will allow the DX6e to re-link without having to go through the bind process again. Patent-Pending Gimbal Design with Spring Configuration Switch The DX6e’s patent-pending gimbal design lets you change gimbal spring configurations simply by moving a slider switch on the back of the transmitter. No tools are required. Just select the spring configuration that matches the mode you are using and model type you are flying. That’s it. There are four spring configurations to choose from: • Normal Throttle for Modes 2 and 4 (Air, Heli and Sailplane Model Types) • Spring-Centered Throttle for Modes 2 and 4 (Multirotor Model Type) • Spring-Centered Throttle for Modes 1 and 3 (Multirotor Model Type) • Normal Throttle for Modes 1 and 3 (Air, Heli and Sailplane Model Types) The slider switch is protected by a hinged cover that prevents you from accidentally changing spring configurations in flight.