How would you like total stepless control over your heated riding gear with a tiny, wireless remote control?! It's not science fiction, it's the new Firstgear Single Remote Heat-Troller! Installing this new technology is a snap. Mount the remote control wherever you like for maximum convenience with no wiring worries or limitations. Velcro it to your tankbag or part of your bike. Clip it to your jacket or even carry it in your pocket.
This kit includes the wireless remote with LED indicator, the receiver unit, and fuse-protected battery harness. Check out these great features!
- Hi-tech wireless tech wireless remote control featuring electronic, solid state design in small box
- A whole new platform technology !
- Waterproof remote control can be mounted on the bike or on the person, no wires to limit placement
- Waterproof receiver that can be left in the liner full time including when washed
- Sealed switch with tactile on/off and 300° rotation providing infinite heat levels between off and full on
- LED indicator and "click off" for tactile and visual feedback
- If the remote is lost, a new remote is easily mated to the existing receiver
- Receiver is thin, flat, waterproof and rubberized for safety
- Plug (coax) is compatible with most DC heated products
- Handles 15 amps at 13 volts with internal reset for overloads & shorts
- Battery harness made of automotive grade wire that is resistant to oil, acid, water and grime with automotive-style fuse
- The perfect mate for our liners especially when mated with our socks, pants and/or gloves
- Size Receiver 2.5 x 1.75 x .5 inches, Control 1.9 x 1.3 inches
- Will control most any brand of heated gear
- Limited lifetime warranty on wiring
Check out this video on how to synch and install this system, by Mike Ebers, The Chief Product Wrangler at Warn N Safe, manufacturers of the Firstgear Remote Heat-Trollers and other fine Heat-Troller products.
Useful Tech Info: Generally the Heat-Troller receiver is installed in the heated jacket liner. It can however, be installed on the bike instead. In an "on the bike" situation it's important the receiver be powered by a switched or relay controlled power source. It this is not done, the receiver will continue to broadcast to the remote control box. If you didn't remember to turn the control box off, and the receiver is broadcasting to the control, the control box battery life will be shortened. The control box is designed to shut itself off after not "hearing from" the receiver for a little while. So, if the signal from the receiver to the control box doesn't switch off, the battery powered control box stays on indefinitely. We thought you'd want to know.