A Whole New Platform Technology - Beyond Xtreme to Version X(i)-Remote!
This Remote Powers from a Switched Power Point or the Battery on the Bike since it requires very little power. It is for those that do not trust the two AAA batteries that are now in the remote. While the batteries will last a long time, for those Iron Butt Long Distance riders that want to be extra sure, this is the solution.
Replaces the Old Semi-Mount Remote Heat-troller and gives you a lot more for less work!
Yes it comes with two Battery Harnesses. You can cut one up to wire to the switched power source for the Remote Control.
YES OF COURSE - ALL HEAT-TROLLERS ARE WATERPROOF!
Size Receiver 2.5 x 1.75 x .5 inch, Remote Control 2.35 x 1.3 x .75 inch
A Dual Heat-troller is not a two-fer. It is not for two people but to control multiple clothing on one person!
Battery Tender Adapter Set - This is a 2 adapter set of cables to convert the Battery Tender battery harness and Battery Tender device to Coax connection making it easier to use and to make it easier to plug our heated gear into. Everyone knows that for the old style SAE connector to make a good connection it needs to fit tight. Those who have had the experiance knows what a pain it is to unplug the connection. By putting these cables on and leaving them you now have a more efficient connection and yet one that unplugs without damaging your hand or the bike.
Warning: If you are going to do this then swap the fuse in the Tender cable with the one you received with the Heat-troller battery harness, so it will handle the draw. You need at least 15A fuse in the battery harness.
Posted by Spencer Chapin on 4th Jan 2015
Coming from another brand of controller that was either on or off. This lets me adjust the heat in increments. Also having the control wired takes away the worry of battery failure.
Posted by Unknown on 4th Oct 2014
Starts with warm friendly service and with a twist of the control knob it has your body warm and toasty.
Posted by Unknown on 12th Feb 2014
I was always worrying that the battery on my heat controller would die while out on a cold day. So I replaced it with the bike powered model and now I leave it on all of the time without any concerns.