Spektrum WS2000 USB Wireless Dongle for Simulators (Replaces WS1000)

Brand: Spektrum

Part Number: SPMWS2000

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Features
  • Eliminates cables
  • Small size
  • No complex programming
  • Works with most simulator/games that can accept a normal joystick input from USB
  • Supports up to 8 channels
Overview

Wirelessly connect your Spektrum DSMX / DSM2 radio to your computer, Android tablet or Android mobile device and play games or use with compatible R/C simulators *. No additional hardware or software is required. Simply plug the dongle into the USB port of your computer, or micro USB port of your Android tablet or mobile device and you are ready to go.

  • PC, MAC, and Android Compatible
  • Enables any DSMX or DSM2 transmitter * to connect wirelessly as a USB game controller.
  • No additional drivers required, uses generic drivers already available on most operating systems
  • Works with most games and simulators that are compatible with USB game controllers. Such as…
    • RealFlight (8.0 and above)
    • DRL (Drone Racing League) Simulator
    • LiftOff FPV Simulator
    • HotProps FPV Simulator
    • Android – Absolute RC Plane Sim
    • Android – FPV FreeRider
    * Not compatible with the DM9 Module, DX7 Gen 1, or the DSM2 version of the DX5e
Needed to Complete
  • PC, Mac, or Android mobile device
  • Spektrum DSMX/DSM2 transmitter
  • Compatible R/C simulator software
What's in the Box?
  • (1) Spektrum Wireless Simulator Dongle
  • (1) Product Manual
Installation
  • Press and hold the bind button while inserting the dongle into the USB port. The orange LED will flash repeatedly, indicating the dongle is in bind mode.
  • Follow the transmitter instructions to put the transmitter into bind mode.
  • The dongle LED will glow solid orange when the binding process is complete.
  • The transmitter is now ready to use in the simulator.
  • Spektrum WS2000 USB Wireless Dongle for Simulators (Replaces WS1000) Specfications:

    • Application: Compatibility: PC, Mac, Android, DSMX and DSM2 Spektrum Transmitter
    • Input Voltage: Maximum 5V
    • Product Height: 0.50" (12.6mm)
    • Product Length: 2.2" (55.3mm)
    • Product Weight: 0.28oz (8g)
    • Product Width: 0.81" (20.5mm)

    • Brand: Spektrum
    • Part No: SPMWS2000
    • Fitment: Option Part

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    will the spectrum PC dongle work with a JR DSX9 transmitter please
    Asked by Roy Spence on 7th April 2020

    These are compatible with DSM2 / DSMX transmitters

    Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

    Does this work with Phoenix 5.5 sim ?
    Asked by Ian on 4th May 2020

    Yes should do

    Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

    Does the WS2000 work with the Spectrum DXe and a Mac desktop?
    Asked by Richard on 4th May 2020

    It'll work fine with a DXe

    Windows only though sorry

    Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

    SHould it work with Pheonix 3 software?
    Asked by Tony Whittaker on 16th September 2020

    Yes it should

    Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

    Does this dongle work with a DX6 /Aerofly RC7 combo please. Thanks Gary.
    Asked by Gary on 3rd November 2020

    I've never tried so can't confirm - but it does make your transmitter appear as a standard game controller (joystick) - so should work with most other simulators.

    Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

    Does the WS2000 work with Microsoft Flight Simulator, please?
    Asked by Molo on 11th February 2021

    Not something I've tried sorry...

    Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

    I have a DX 9 transmitter, will it work with it
    Asked by George Eichbaum on 9th April 2021

    Yes that will work fine

    Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

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