Three Action Foot Pedal – A large center pedal has minimal travel for your most heavily used key action. The two outer “piano-key” pedals offers additional actions.
Adjustment screws allow fine-tuning of pedal travel.
Dimensions: 7.5″ wide, 5.5″ deep, 1.75″ high
Cable length: 7′
A Kinesis Savant Programmable USB Triple Action Ergonomic Foot Switch is factory programmed to perform mouse clicks. The compact design features a wide center pedal and two smaller outer pedals. The large center pedal has minimal travel for your most heavily used key action and is factory programmed to perform the regular “left button” mouse click. The outer “piano-key” pedals offer two additional actions (right click and scrolling) without having to search for a second and third footswitch on the floor! Adjustment screws allow fine-tuning of pedal travel.
Using the downloadable programming driver (Windows 2000/XP), you can reprogram one or more pedals to perform any combination of keyboard actions.
THIS ITEM CAN NOT BE SHIPPED INTERNATIONALLY.
Activate Mouse Clicks
The Savant USB foot switch comes pre-programmed to activate right and left mouse clicks. For many users the pain associated with mousing is from the action of clicking, not from moving the mouse. The Savant Elite resolves this problem by relocating the clicking action to the user’s feet.
Program Any Key Action
Reprogram the foot switch to activate any key action(s). Perfect for offloading work from an overused finger or hand. Some of the more commonly used key actions are Shift, Tab, Enter, Backspace and Delete.
Macros are a great productivity tool for generating commonly used phrases, or combinations of key actions and modifiers. With a memory pool of 1200 characters per device the Savant Elite will support even the most demanding of tasks.
Savant USB Triple Action Foot Switch Compatibility:
Available USB port. Uses generic drivers provided by the operating system (Windows 98, 98SE, ME, 2000, XP, Vista & 7).
Compatible with Windows 98, 98SE, ME, 2000, XP, Vista & 7.
Re-programming driver available on the Support Downloads section of our web site for Windows 98, 98se, ME, 2000, XP, Vista & 7. Driver not compatible with 64 bit versions of XP, Vista and 7. A CDROM is available upon request for a minimal charge.
Only Windows 2000, XP, Vista & 7 offer full functionality of mouse clicks.
* NOTE: For Vista & Windows 7, save the xkeys programming driver to your desktop. Right Click the xkeys icon and select properties. Click the Compatibility tab and check the box that says, “Run this program in compatibility mode for” Windows XP. Click Apply and proceed to install xkeys driver.
Available USB port. Uses generic drivers provided by the operating system (OS 8.6 – 10.X)
Only OS X offers full functionality of left and right mouse clicks. Middle mouse button not supported on Macintosh without using a third party driver such as that found at www.usboverdrive.com.
Note: Modifier actions from one USB device cannot modify the input of a second USB device due to limitations designed into the Apple operating system.
Example:Shift, Control, Command, or Option keystrokes programmed into the footswitch cannot modify the input of a separate USB keyboard or mouse. However, a key sequence like ‘Cmd-W’ or ‘Cmd-Shift-left arrow’ will work on a Macintosh if the entire sequence of keystrokes has been pre-programmed into the footswitch. (Footswitch can only be programmed on a Windows PC).
Linux, Sun and other Non Windows Platforms
Available USB port. Uses generic drivers provided by the operating system. Due to the heterogeneity in these platforms, we cannot guarantee compatibility with these systems. However, if your system can use any USB mouse and keyboard, it will probably work with a Savant or Savant Elite foot switch.
Re-programming drivers are not available for these systems. The user is advised to re-program the foot switch on a Windows-based PC system.
Mouse click actions may not be supported on these systems. However, based on our limited experience with these platforms we have yet to encounter any incompatibility issues.