Spektrum RC NX10 2.4GHz DSMX 10-Channel Radio System (Transmitter Only)

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Spektrum RC NX10 2.4GHz DSMX 10-Channel Radio System (Transmitter Only)
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The Spektrum NX10 2.4GHz DSMX 10-Channel Radio System offers a powerful combination of features and programmability — including Wi-Fi connectivity; a large, 3.2” backlit color display; and built-in Smart Technology support. With the Spektrum NX series, you'll enjoy a wide flexibility of programming thanks to it's generous 10 channel offering - allowing for the best versatility needed to operate your models to their fullest potential and to fly complex aircraft such from EDF's to giant scale balsa airplanes. The NX transmitters also incorporates many of the latest exclusive Spektrum innovations for a level of ease, efficiency and performance.

Out of the box, the NX10 is compatible with Smart Technology. It comes ready to support your Spektrum Smart batteries and Smart Avian ESCs so you can receive essential telemetry data right at your fingertips in real time. The NX8 radio's Wi-Fi connectivity adds even more convenience. In addition to completing product registration straight from the transmitter, you'll be able to download firmware updates instantly.

  • Backlit 3.2", 320x240 resolution display screen with multiple color palette choices and user customizable colors
  • Wi-Fi connectivity for easy product registration and firmware updates
  • Smart Technology compatibility out of the box
  • Airplane, sailplane, multi-rotor and helicopter programming
  • 10 programmable mixes, 2 sequencers, and up to 10 different flight modes
  • 250 model memory
  • Model templates for BNF aircraft
  • Superb ergonomics optimized for comfort and precise, fatigue-free control
  • Hall-effect sensor equipped gimbals
  • 3.7V 6000mAh 1S Lithium Ion transmitter battery and a USB cable for convenient USB charging
Model Memory: 250
Rate Positions: 3 POS
Input Voltage: 3.7V
Modes: User Selectable Mode 1-4
Failsafe: Yes
Flight Log Compatible: Yes
Transmitter (Tx) Battery Type: 3.7V 1S 2000mAh LiIon
Receiver: Sold Separately
SD Card/Airware Capable: Yes
Application: Airplane/Helicopter/Sailplane/Multirotor
Data Port: Yes
Channels: 10
Frame Rate: 11/22 Ms
Programmable: Yes
Resolution: 2048
Band: 2.4GHz
Charger: Included
Technology: Smart
Telemetry: Yes
Modulation: DSM2
Battery: Included
Range: Full

  • (1) Spektrum™ NX10 10-Channel DSMX® Transmitter
  • (1) 6000mAh LiIon transmitter battery with a magnetic USB Cable and Micro USB Adapter for USB charging
  • (1) NX10 Transmitter Neck Strap
  • (1) Product Manual

This product was added to our catalog on February 8, 2021

Verified Owner
Saturday, Feb 27 2021 (about a year ago)
Spektrum RC NX10 2.4GHz DSMX 10-Channel Radio System (Transmitter Only)
I am not really qualified to review this transmitter as I'm brand new to the hobby. I will say I had very little trouble binding the transmitter to the RealFlight 9.5 simulator, nor to the new Apprentice STS airplane without any help and just a little frustration. I have been able to figure out all the issues I've had so far.

As a novice, my only recommendation Is to make the manual a bit more user-friendly. An experienced flyer probably wouldn't have any issues, but for a novice, it can be frustrating. Maybe using a novice to try setting up the transmitter and giving feedback and ideas to simplify the manual further would be helpful....
Verified Owner
Thursday, Feb 18 2021 (about a year ago)
Spektrum RC NX10 2.4GHz DSMX 10-Channel Radio System (Transmitter Only)
Coming from a DX9, I thought it was time to update to a newer transmitter. So far the NX10 has been great. No issues updating and I didn't have the pulsing issue some have complained of. If I had one thing to complain about it would be the voice. Its just not very loud. I adjusted the gimbals on mine to have a bit less tension. Something that could be done from the front of the TX without taking it apart. I would never have attempted that on my DX9. Very nice feature.