Futaba 4PM 2.4GHz 4-Channel T-FHSS Transmitter with R334SBS FUT01004387-3

Futaba 4PM 2.4GHz 4-Channel T-FHSS Transmitter with R334SBS FUT01004387-3
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This is a Futaba 4PM 2.4GHz T-FHSS 4-Channel Surface Transmitter with an R334SBS Receiver. With its elaborate LCD screen, multi function switch, and telemetry function, the 4PM strikes the best balance between features and operability. Various data can be monitored from the driver's stand, which give you an advantage that leads to victory. 4PM can display many telemetry data such as a voltage of the receiver battery, an external power supply, temperature of a cylinder or motor case, and RPM of a motor, in real-time.

It is easy to adjust transmitter settings, such as digital trim button assignment and steering speed, from the easy access menu screen. LAP LIST function can shows both average time and total time. More intuitive settings of throttle and steering are possible, as well as Steering MIX. The characteristics of your programmable servo can be changed directly from the 4PM. 4PM can connect to Futaba speed controller to variable frequency and other data changes. The 4PM has SR-Mode, S-FHSS, and T-FHSS systems.

Includes:
1x T4PM Transmitter
1x R334SBS Receiver
1x Dry Battery Holder
1x Mini Screwdriver
1x Instruction manual

Specs:

Transmitter Specs:
T-FHSS SR/T-FHSS/S-FHSS SYSTEM, Wheel Type, 4 channels
Maximum Operating Range: 100m (Except the MINIT system) (Optimum condition)
For Safety: F/S, B-F/S, ID
Transmitter Frequency: 2.4 GHz band
RF Power Output: 100mW EIRP
Power Requirement: (Dry Cell Battery) Penlight x 3 (4.5 V)
Current Drain: 150 mA or less
Transmission Antenna: 1/2λ di-pole

R334SBS Receiver Specs:
System S-FHSS SR/ T-FHSS (auto detection) S.BUS2 system
Power requirement: 3.7V-7.4V
Size: 1.34x0.88x0.45" (33.9x22.3x11.3mm)
Weight: 0.23oz

This product was added to our catalog on February 27, 2019

Verified Owner
Wednesday, Sep 2 2020 (10 months ago)
Futaba 4PM 4-Channel 2.4GHz T-FHSS Radio System w/R334SBS Receiver
I haven’t had any problems yet but it’s a nice controller and vary responsive.
Verified Owner
Saturday, Apr 11 2020 (about a year ago)
Futaba 4PM 4-Channel 2.4GHz T-FHSS Radio System w/R334SBS Receiver
This Radio was ordered to replace an aging 3pm. It is a good middle of the road radio, frankly the high end ones have so much stuff that i never use so this radio is sufficient for me.
too bed i wasnt backward compatible with my old receivers, But i will use the old radio for my backup truck thusly allowing me to use both trucks if a friend wants to play as well.
Verified Owner
Saturday, May 8 2021 (6 weeks ago)
Futaba 4PM 4-Channel 2.4GHz T-FHSS Radio System w/R334SBS Receiver
Pro: Mini-z compatible, relatively inexpensive receivers.

Cons: Feels like a radio you'd get with a $200 ready to run setup, cheap and plastic. The buttons are sloppy and unresponsive.
Verified Owner
Wednesday, Mar 4 2020 (about a year ago)
Futaba 4PM 4-Channel 2.4GHz T-FHSS Radio System w/R334SBS Receiver
Awesome remote and for a great price. Has the same response time as the top tier version but at half the cost. Has all the programming options I would ever need for 1/8th scale onroad racing. Very light weight and easy to program. Great ergonomics so it feels good in hand and easy to hold onto for hours. Overall great product!
Verified Owner
Tuesday, Feb 18 2020 (about a year ago)
Futaba 4PM 4-Channel 2.4GHz T-FHSS Radio System w/R334SBS Receiver
Good quality and very easy to program. A nice upgrade for the price.great service from Amain as always.
Sunday, Feb 7 2021 (4 months ago)
Futaba 4PM 4-Channel 2.4GHz T-FHSS Radio System w/R334SBS Receiver
Great radio ergonomically. Good amount of features. More than you’ll ever use. I do want to warn people that if you drive at at a track and there are other futaba radios around you will drop signal and the car will go full throttle into the wall. I learned via a 150 dollar slam head on into a wall. It’s not just me either everyone at northwest hobbies in Albany, OR. I’m waiting for the new 2021 dx5 pro because I’m sick of losing control of my expensive buggies. And yes I’ve tried a glitch buster, recalibrating, and good luck getting a decent response out of futaba. But when it’s working it’s awesome.