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Flysky FSNB4 2.4ghz Transmitter Receiver

Flysky NOBLE NB4 2.4ghz Transmitter & Receivers


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Flysky NOBLE NB4 2.4ghz Transmitter & Receivers


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Flysky NOBLE NB4 2.4ghz Transmitter & Receivers

The NB4 is the newest, fastest and most stylish ground transmitter to date. Not only does it look great with its new sleek design and metal finish, it also features new flexibility and functionality never seen before in the RC world.

180 degrees of freedom

The patented wheel mount can rotate 180 degrees ensuring comfort for anyone.

Dual Battery System

The NB4 is equipped with 2 batteries, one in the handle and one removable power bank in the base. The base will charge the battery in the handle when connected and when disconnected the power bank can be used to charge other devices using it’s USB output.

Haptic Feedback

Embedded force feedback motors ensure you are alerted every time, even in noisy environments.


Both the trigger size and throw are adjustable.


The NB4 is designed to be as comfortable as possible for long sessions at the track. This combined with the 180 degree wheel mount, means everyone will have a comfortable way to drive.


Equipped with our newest RF technology, AFHDS 3, the NB4 is now the most flexible option for cars and boats. For extra low latency enable sports mode to have latency times as low as 3ms.


  • 4 channels TX+RX, black, color capacitive touch screen
  • 1S/4.2V lithium polymer battery
  • Online update (standard USB cable)
  • Support setting the adujustment,simulator and charging function,pen neutral calibration function to user mode, etc.through the mobile phone bluetooth
  • Build-in new FS-HF200 high frequency module.
  • Built-in 18650 2000mAh battery in the remote control handle, and a lipo battery in the bottom that can be used as a power bank
  • 3.5" Color Touch Screen
  • HVGA 3.5-inch TFT color screen, 320 * 480 dot matrix, LCD white backlight, capacitive touch screen

Package includes:

  • 1 x Flysky NB4 Transmitter
  • 1 x FGr4 Receiver
  • 1 x FGr4S Receiver
  • 1 x USB Wire
  • 1 x Hand Grip L
  • 1 x Quick Start Guide


  • Channels: 4
  • Freq. Range: 2.408-2.480GHz
  • 2.4GHz Protocol: AFHDS 3
  • Modulation: LORA
  • Data Output: Micro USB
  • Charging Port: Micro USB
  • Power: <20dBm(EU)
  • Antenna Type: Built-in antenna
  • Battery: 1S/4.2V Lithium Polymer
  • Online Update: Yes
  • Dimensions: 129*114*190mm
  • Weight: 520g
  • Certification: CE,FCC ID:N4ZFG400



Several Killswitches have been tested with this radio Including -

  • Team RCMz

ALL of those work with the Noble NB4, the Switch Blade Killswitch does need some Frequency settings altering, we have created a 'How To' on the website: Here's the link below:
FlySky Noble - NB4 Killswitch Guide

Colour: Black

Compatible with: HPI Baja 5B, KM Buggy, Rovan Buggy, KM Blade, Q-Baja, KM T1000, HPI Baja 5T, HPI Baja 5SC, Losi 5ive-T, TLR 5ive-B,Losi Mini WRC,King Motor X2,30 Degree North Truck,30 Degree North Buggy,FID Dragon Hammer,FID Dragon Hammer V2,MCD RR5,MCD W5,VEKTA.5,VEKTA.5TT,

Additional Information

Colour Black
Fuel Type N/A
Scale N/A
Part Type N/A
Car 30 Degree North Buggy, 30 Degree North Truck, FID Dragon Hammer, FID Dragon Hammer V2, HPI Baja 5B, HPI Baja 5SC, HPI Baja 5T, King Motor X2, KM Blade, KM Buggy, KM T1000, Losi DBXL, Losi Mini WRC, MCD RR5, MCD W5, Q-Baja, Rovan Buggy, TLR 5ive-B, VEKTA.5, VEKTA.5TT, Losi 5ive-T
Position N/A
Brand Fly Sky

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Hi will this operate my kill switches Switchblades and dynamite Thanks
It wont operate the switchblade and im not sure on on dynamite killswitch.
Craig Richter answered on 4 June 2019