Nuremberg Radio Insight
Spektrum have used the Nurenberg Toy Fair to give an insight into the rest of this year so far as its plans for radio releases. No dates are fixed yet but there will be a new eight channel radio for the summer followed by a ten channel tray radio towards the end of the year. Final specifications aren’t set at present for either, development is ongoing but general features, some of them all new to the DX radios, have been released.
Spektrum EU10t DX8

The DX8 features 30-model memory (helicopter or airplane),
integrated telemetry, SD/MMC card capability and a backlit LCD
screen in addition to many other exciting features that are sure
to put it at the top of its class.

Setting it apart from competitors, the radio features a unique
telemetry warning screen with selectable tone or vibration alerts
to keep the pilot well informed during the flight. The top switch
locations and rubber grips have been designed with improved
ergonomics in mind and the popular roller/selector is
conveniently placed on the right side of the radio for easy
navigation of the software.

The addition of the SD/MMC provides pilots with virtually
unlimited model memory and makes data transfer between
radios incredibly easy. The DX8 also features a programmable
timer to start with the throttle position. Telemetry now provides
aeromodelers with a new sense of security via real-time
information from their aircraft.

Overall, this is a giant leap forward for aircraft radios and marks
the beginning of new level of safety, convenience, and
enjoyment for RC enthusiasts.

real-time telemetry provides onboard receiver battery
voltage (or flight pack) and RF (flight log) information
antenna fades
frame losses Flight Log
hold (failsafe)
SD/MMC card capability allows data transfer and
software upgrades
30 model memory
larger LCD screen
electronic E-ring
includes 8-channel receiver with telemetry capabilities
throttle activated timer setting
language selectable
telemetry warning (audio & vibration)
integrate RF / data during range check
mode selectable (mode 1-4)


With the DX10t the Spektrum team have created a new radio system that will be a benchmark in this category
for function, performance and software. The design and the concept have been developed in Germany with very
much ease and efficiency of use for the modeler in mind.

The design of the DX10t radio is state of the art.

The housing design is optimised to be light weight and have the smallest possible physical dimensions. This
results in the transmitter being lighter thus making longer flights less tiring for pilots.

The Spektrum DX10t is equipped with very powerful and modern software. The programming is simple and intuitive
and all the switches can have specific functions allocated to them. For those teaching, or starting out the radio
has a trainer system with single channel hand over and teacher override function incorporated.

Foldable aerial
Designed specifically as a tray radio
Sticks are designed to optimise grip in a tray configuration
Angle of switch modules adjustable
Interchangeable modules to adapt the radio to specific applications
Large backlit display
Pockets left and right to store DS cards and small tools
Fully integrated arm system for the radio harness
Audio and vibration alarm
Real time telemetry
SD card interface for unlimited model memory and transfer of data
Mode 1 to Mode 4
Four languages; English, German, French and Spanish
Integrated stick switches
Software for three model types: acrobat, glider and heli
Internal model memories
Stop watches
2048 step resolution
Integrated LiPo
Switch allocation
Mixers with graphic curve
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