This free AS3X® programming app is for use with next generation Spektrum™ AS3X receivers. Using its intuitive graphical interface you can:
- Create different AS3X flight modes
- Activate different wing and tail mixes
- Make servo adjustments: reverse, subtrim, travel and balance
- Adjust dual rate and expo
- Map output for each channel
- Make gain adjustments
It is compatible with the following Spektrum AS3X receivers:
· AR6335 6-Channel Nanolite (SPMAR6335)
· AR636 6-Channel Sport (SPMAR636)
· AR7350 7-Channel (SPMAR7350)
· AR9350 9-Channel (SPMAR9350)
A Spektrum AS3X Programming Cable with Audio Connector (SPMA3080) is required.
What is AS3X Technology?
AS3X (Artificial Stabilization – 3-aXis) technology is a combination of 3-axis sensors and exclusive software that works behind the scenes to smooth out the effects of disruptive forces like turbulence and torque. It doesn’t limit your control or fly the plane for you. You simply feel like you’re flying an expertly tuned model that does exactly what you want.
To learn more about AS3X technology, visit spektrumrc.com/AS3X.
BLE Connectivity improved.
Additional Flight mode switch for AR7350 & Ar9350.
Ratings and Reviews
Some missing, critical functions?
I’ve now played w this phone app & the PC app for most of the day. One thing I never know is if either of these apps has actually written anything to the receiver; I see NO indicator that reading or writing is taking place from either app nor a way to force either. I haven’t found an instruction manual for the apps yet either.
After using the PC app and setting up all my preferences; I wasn’t sure if they were ever written to the receiver; as far as I can see, there’s no function to cause a write or read to occur.
Following that, I connected my phone to the receiver, it didn’t seem to discover/read anything from the receiver and when my transmitter was ON, there weren’t 3 flight modes as I had set up w the PC app. Looks like the PC app saved the info on the PC but never wrote it to the receiver.
Seems like there’s some simple, essential things missing in the apps or I haven’t a clue what I’m doing!
Not enough info from tech support and needs model import added in my opinion
So i have a turbo timber bnf from a friend that modified the gains . I want to set them back to stock gain settings. This app has about 5 models in it under add new model . It does not have import model so i can get factory model settings from spektrum into this app . I also wanted to know which flight mode was safe mode and tech did not know . Everything im reading suggests i get a windows computer that I don’t have to install factory programming that came in my turbo timber . So what is this app really for other than changing gains ? It needs all the factory setups for all horizon bnf planes in my opinion instead of the 5 that comes in this app . Just my opinion though
Good layout, easy to use.
I bought an 7350 AS3X rx to replace an ar8010t.
I also bought the Bluetooth dongle to connect to my iPhone 6plus.
Following the procedures described in the videos I plug the dongle in to rx, connect the rx battery/flight pack and then open the app. While the Bluetooth dongle is still blinking, tap the Bluetooth icon in the top left corner of app and select the rx. Connects in seconds.
Layout of the app is nice and easy to navigate. The only issue is the control surface graphics do not line up properly with the image of the plane on my iPhone but it’s easy to understand which are the ailerons, flaps, elevator etc.
Setting the rx up was fairly quick. I reversed elevator servo in the app, and the flap servo in the transmitter. Also set flap/elevator mix in transmitter as well as dual rates and expo.
This is applicable for the 7350 and 9350 as3x. I have heard that if using the 636 rx the dr and expo should be done in app/rx.
So far I’m very pleased with how easy the app let me adjust the 7350.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.