Hitec is releasing the Lynx 4S – Four Channel Pistol Grip Radio System. The transmitter which first debuted at this year’s ROAR 1/8 Offroad Nationals, is designed from the ground up for the avid racer yet versatile and economical enough for the everyday driver. The new system includes a 30 model memory with expansion to 60 models when using a micro SD card, Backlit Graphic LCD Screen and a Built-in Transmitter Antenna. The Lynx 4s has been designed to work with the Proton 4 – 2.4GHz Telemetric Receiver, the Axion 4 – 2.4GHz 4 Channel Receiver and/or the Axion 2 – 2.4GHz 2 Channel HHR Receiver.
Some of the Features Include:
- Hitec AFHSS 2.4GHz System
- 4096 Resolution
- Ultra-fast 4ms Hitec High Response System (HHR) when using the Axion 2 Receiver
- Bi-Directional Telemetry Function with the Proton 4 Receiver (RPM, SPEED, TEMP, VOLT)
- Steering Extension Included
- 6-Color LED Indicates Transmitter Status (Red/Green/Blue/Yellow/Magenta/Cyan)
- 3-Step Slide Switch for Mixing
- Variable Mixing for Car/Boat/4WS/Crawler
- Adjustable Wheel & Trigger Position
- Adjustable Spring Tension (Steering/Throttle)
- Built-in Vibration Mode
- Micro SD Card for Model Memory Extension, Music File Storage, Warning Sound File Storage (Not Included)
- Music Play Mode (*.WAV File From Micro SD Card)
- Warning Sound Mode (*.WAV File From Micro SD Card)
The Hitec Lynx 4s with a Proton 4 – 2.4GHz Telemetric Receiver should be priced around $330us. The Hitec Lynx 4s with a Axion 4 – 2.4GHz 4 Channel Receiver should be around $285. The Hitec Lynx 4s with the Axion 2 – 2.4GHz 2 Channel HHR Receiver should set you back about $275us. You should be able to find them in stores in late November.
Get complete details at Hitec Lynx 4S – Four Channel Pistol Grip Radio System.
The Lynx 4s offers a lot of features at a competitive price point, I suspect we will being seeing a few of these at the track in the spring. Anybody in the market for a new transmitter, might want to check this one out.