Savant Elite2 Triple Action Foot Switch

KIN-SAVLTAF
Price £163.95 (Ex VAT)
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Summary

An excellent ergonomic enhancer to reduce hand and arm strain due to repetition from mouse clicks and awkward key combinations.

The Savant Elite2 Triple Action Foot Switch is the most versatile of the Savant Elite2 family. It's pre-programmed to activate left and right clicks, as well as a double click on the middle pedal. For ultimate flexibility, the triple unit with the additional input jack supports an optional fourth pedal or a hand trigger.

Description

  • Three pedals that are factory configured to perform mouse button actions (left pedal = left click, right pedal = right click, middle pedal = double click).
  • Re-programmable to perform keyboard actions, macros, or to re-assign mouse button actions.
  • Pedals are front-hinged and rounded for easy triggering.
  • Pedals made from black, glass-reinforced nylon.
  • Adjustable left and right foot plates to increase/decrease distance between them.
  • Low profile design, combined with heavy steel base prevents unit from accidentally moving on the floor.
  • External status LEDs.
  • Recessed programming switch accessible from underside of unit.
  • Modular design is upgradable and supports simple field repairs if necessary.
  • Add-on pedal is for use with jack equipped models.

Specification

Part Number KIN-SAVLTAF/KIN-SAVLTAFJ
Individual Pedal Dimensions (H x W x L mm) 25x89x66
Base Dimensions (W x L mm) 178x273
Cable Length (m) 2.8
Weight (kg) 1.1

What our customers say

"Following a bad episode of RSI affecting my entire right arm, after much deliberation I bought this mouse - with some trepidation considering the price compared to an ordinary mouse - and it's worth every penny."

sarabryant on the DXT Ergonomic Mouse 2

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