Spektrum Programmer Beta

Spektrum Programmer allows you to configure settings, load model presets, and update the software on your receiver or transmitter.

To connect a receiver:

  1. Open Spektrum Programmer from the Start Menu or Desktop.
  2. Plug the USB programmer cable (SPMA3065) into the computer and plug the cable into the PROG or DATA port of the receiver.
  3. Supply power to the receiver with a battery.
  4. If the receiver shares the DATA port with the throttle pin (like the SR2100, AR410, and AR620), click the Connect button.

To connect a transmitter:

  1. Open Spektrum Programmer from the Start Menu or Desktop.
  2. Plug the USB programmer cable (SPMA3065) into the computer and plug the cable into the servo port on the back of the transmitter (above the trainer port).
  3. Turn on the transmitter.
A screenshot of the app with the Dashboard page shown.
  1. Version 3.4 (Released October 11, 2018)

    Changes

    • Add a Connect button to enable connecting to the SR2100, AR410, and AR620 (to read the serial number)
  2. Version 3.3 (Released April 16, 2018)

    Changes

    • Fix an error reported on some computers when trying to log in
  3. Version 3.2 (Released March 30, 2018)

    Changes

    • Added the ability to log in to your spektrumrc.com account
    • Create an account in app
    • Register devices in app
    • Download updates in app for many Spektrum transmitters and receivers

    See this video on updating your Spektrum device:

    How to Update Spektrum Receivers
  4. Version 3.1 (Released July 24, 2017)

    Changes

    • Fixed the AR636 v2 wing type sometimes being changed to Normal wing type just by viewing the wing and tail type page.
  5. Version 3.0 (Released July 10, 2017)

    This version is the last to work on Windows XP and Vista.

    Changes

    • Added support for the DXe v1.6 and advanced features
    • Fixed model reset not being available
  6. Version 2.0 (Released June 16, 2016)

    Changes

    • Added support for the AS1000
    • Added a Sailplane Wing tail type for receivers that disables the rudder stick and creates a mix so that yaw gain affects ailerons
    • Added drivers that work with Windows 10 (in addition to Windows XP, Vista, 7, and 8)
  7. Version 1.1.3 (Released October 29, 2015)

    Changes

    • Expo is applied to both low and high rates when activated for the DXe
    • Added support for the AR7350
    • Added support for the AR9350
    • Added support for the DXe
    • Added a trash for models
  8. Version 1.0 (Released April 24, 2015)