Heli programming features: gyro adjust, graphic throttle curve, graphic pitch curve, P-mixes, revo mix, swash type (normal and CCPM 120)
Adjustable stick length
Direct trim access display
The 6-channel DX6i uses the same full-range DSMX® technology found in the Spektrum™ DX8 and includes an impressive list of programming features for both airplanes and helicopters that are simple to access and use. It comes with the AR6210 DSMX 6-channel receiver that is robust enough to use in large models yet compact enough to fit in many park flyers. The DX6i is also compatible with all existing Spektrum aircraft receivers. Whatever kind of flying you do, the DX6i can be adapted to most any model in your existing collection that requires six channels or less.
Note: The DSMX DX6i is compatible with all current Spektrum DSM2® and DSMX aircraft receivers. The DSMX-branded DX6i transmitter is not compatible with the Spektrum AR6000/BR6000 receiver.
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When the transmitter is in close proximity to the receiver the modulated signal can be overdriven. This condition is referred to as "swamping." By collapsing the antenna and stepping away from the model, you should see this condition dissipate.
Make sure to perform a proper range check and then extend the antenna before operating the model.
FM (Frequency Modulation) uses an analog sine wave to carry data between the transmitter and the receiver. PCM (Pulse Code Modulation) uses digital encoding to transfer information between the transmitter and the receiver.