Your MTM Project Roadmap and Quick Memos

1. All our kits are composed of a Module and other Elements needed for a basic configuration of each type. So, if you want…

…simply Lights and Sounds on your model, then go for a Static Kit.

Lights and Sounds with some motorized gimmicks on your model, Static+ Kit is for you.

…to convert your vehicle model to a RC one, choose one of Dynamic Kits.

(If any of these prepackaged kit doesn’t suit you as a base kit, you can also compose your own by picking individually a Module with compatible Elements that you need.)

2. Think about where to place each MTM Element in your model to figure out the lengths of cables you’ll need (from Module to the Element).

You will find the size of the Elements on each product page.

If your model has not enough space to house everything inside, why not make a display base to place Module and Speaker?

Be careful, too long cables can be very annoying for the integration of the kit in the model.

Some Elements have no choice of cable length, please refer to each product page for details.

3. Add Elements in option, if wished.

More LED, Motors, Servos etc in order to complete your kit (the Elements and their max number that can be added depend on the Module of your choice). In case of a “Dynamic”, for exemple, you can add a Camera for live viewing video.

4. Finally, if you don’t find the right variation within our proposals such as cable length, the number of LEDs on the string etc, let us know what you need exactly, we’ll study together what can be done. In any case, we’ll be happy to discuss with you about your project, to advise you on making blueprints, please feel free to message us!

For the time being, we distibute our apps only for Android. The Android version of your smartphone/tablet must be 4.4 or later.

Apps Download page is here (access restricted to customers who have purchased an MTM kit or Module).

You will find the manual for your app a little further on this page.

1. Referring to the diagram corresponding to your kit (Static/Static+/Dynamic), connect all the Elements to the Daughterboard (do not use the plastic parts).


2. Assemble the Motherboard and Daughterboard (still without using the case).


3. Connect your smartphone/tablet to the Module via Wi-Fi, open the MTM app and test. For details, see the pirctures in section below.

1. Disassemble the Elements after the function test.


2. Make a layout scheme of the Elements and the modifications to be made to the model (and possibly to the parts of the kit).

You will find some Integration Exemples on this page.

We explain how to assemble each Element on this page.

Explore, create, customize and change again as you wish using MTM app!

As a reminder, you have here the manual for your apps.

You will also find some sound files to download on this page (access restricted to customers who have purchased an MTM kit or Module).

And finally, if you edit your own sound files, this is  what you have to do.

Function Test

1. Connect the Elements to the Daughterboard
(If you have Camera, pay attention to the direction of the connector)
2. Identify the connectors of the Daughterboard and the Motherboard
3. Attach the 2 cards
4. Connect Micro-USB to a power source and turn on Module
5. Connect your Android device to MTM Module
6. Open the corresponding app
7. Test

Which App for which Module?

AppKit (Module)Manual
MTM Static*Static
MTM Dynamic**Dynamic

* The App will automatically recongnize if your Module is a “Static” or a “Static+”.

** The App will give you the choice of vehicle (tracked or other).

Audio Files playable on MTM


  • WAV format
  • 16bits
  • 44100Hz
  • Stereo
  • lees than 2MB