Spektrum InterLink DX Simulator Controller with USB Plug
Designed to be included with controller-equipped versions of the popular RealFlight® RC Flight Simulator, the new Spektrum™ InterLink® DX RC simulator controller is so versatile and easy-to-use that it's also the perfect "go to" controller for nearly all RC simulators.
Now there's no need to keep track of multiple different sim controllers. Featuring a USB interface that's compatible with Windows® PC platforms, the Spektrum RC Simulator Controller can be used with many newer versions of RealFlight (RealFlight 8 and 8 Horizon Hobby Edition and above). It can also be used by anyone who runs an RC sim that works with USB game controllers. No additional special software is needed. The Spektrum InterLink DX RC Simulator Controller includes numerous auxiliary controls, switches, sliders and more, giving you the functionality to customize your simulator experience exactly as you wish.
The controller's unique, Spektrum brand quality shows throughout. It features durable, high-quality construction, gimbals with adjustable spring and throttle tension, and an easy-to-use Mode Change switch. The controller also has a trainer port — so you can use your field radio through the InterLink DX to control simulations if you wish.
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Engineered by Spektrum™ and modeled after the DX-series transmitters, the RC Simulator Controller has high build quality as well as adjustable metal Spektrum gimbals.
The RC Simulator Controller is compatible with virtually any simulator through the USB interface.
Many easy to reach auxiliary controls, switches and sliders are available for customizing your simulator experience.
In October of 2004, Horizon Hobby rocked the RC world by unveiling one of the most revolutionary products to ever hit the market: Spektrum 2.4GHz Digital Spectrum Modulation Technology. Similar technology in the computer and telephone industries has eliminated interference, increased signal resolution, and provided a stronger link between the base units and the transmitting units. Since then, racers and now pilots have embraced Spektrum technology, and the future is even more promising.