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Gerbing 12V Temp Controller (Single / Permanent)

  • Dial in your level of comfort.
  • Digital controller insures that your heated clothing uses only as much power as requested.
  • Wires are UL listed and completely safe, in all weather conditions.
  • 1 Year Warranty.
  • All components except dial and indicator light hidden when mounted.
  • Installs on any accessible panel (some drilling required)
  • Includes complete mounting instructions.

Recommendation: If you think you might eventually get both a jacket and gloves purchase the Dual Temp Controller as you will save money and time in the long run.

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Gerbing 12V Permanent Single Temp Controller 4.4 5 8 8
Problematic "safety" feature. I have my controller mounted in the fairing and it controls my heated grips. Apparently the engineers added a voltage sensing circuit to the unit. So if battery voltage dips below some threshold the unit stops delivering power and blinks red to let you know. Unfortunately, this happens every single time I start the bike up, so that instead of leaving the controller set at a comfortable temperature all day I am constantly turning it off (to reset) and back up to where I want it. Otherwise a great product... October 6, 2014
Perfect for the job in hand Had everything I needed to hardwire my heated vest March 30, 2014
Works great, nice to have the temperature adjustment. I had been just using an on/off switch, it's nice to have the adjustibility for the temperature. Had plenty of cord for install. Was very straight forward installation. Have not used it much so far so not sure on the durability, but other Gerbing products have held up well. May 6, 2013
Good kit overall I'm pretty happy with this purchase overall. The wiring is barely long enough to route from my SV's battery to the bars and still maintain full steering ability. December 6, 2012
Great! We had purchased a different product from another company, and it doesn't compair to this Gerbing product. Will tell everyone about it!!!! February 20, 2012
Good, but be careful with LED indicator Overall the temperature controller is excellent, but for the LED indicator wires. These wires are EXTREMELY fragile and once broken, impossible to re-solder to the micro board. Poorly designed in my opinion as Gerbing should have a more sturdy way to attach the wires to the board. Revzilla customer service was outstanding, and prompted Gerbing to replace the control board. BE VERY CAREFUL during installation. February 13, 2012
chuckks review of revzilla's inventory.... the controller worked well... too bad you don't sell more of gerbings products, i had to deal with them directly.. i am placing another order, and will deal with them again.. they are nice people, i just have to pay shipping.. February 14, 2011
Perfect addition for winter riding. The cable to the heated clothes could be a little bit longer. Also, with the gloves on, it's hard to feel that the knob is switched off. Overall, great addition, easy to install and provide easily adjustable comfort. October 11, 2010
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Gerbing 12V Permanent Single Temp Controller
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A shopper asked: I want to add a control system in my scooter. My clothes were bought in 2005 and I would like to know if the new controller will plug in and work on the scooter? Other bike is a 2004 Concours and the new scooter is a 2007 650 Burgman. Oct 9, 2014
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Thomas B: It doesn't Plug in, you have to wire it, probably as you did your clothing.

You'll need to either make a panel or poke a hole somewhere handy on your bike to hold the control and Blinking light.

Good Luck
Oct 10, 2014
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Donn H: Hi, I can't answer if your scooter has enough power for your liner but if it does the controller should work. Since your liner is older it may have a "flat" SAE connector, this unit has a coaxial connector so you may need an adapter. This is the same controller as the "portable" one they sell except for the remote connection with the knob. You need to find a suitable place on your scooter to drill two holes and then have access behind for a sort of large controller circuit board. I've installed three of these on various motorcycles and they work great once installed. Hope this helps. Oct 16, 2014
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Alex C: Can't see why it wouldn't work; according to http://bit.ly/1vTJzDI , the Burgman has a 500 watt alternator, which is larger than quite a few motorcycles, and should provide plenty of extra juice to power the heated gear. Oct 10, 2014
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Alan F: If your scooter has the amps to run using the heated clothing then adding a controller should not be any problem. I have the controller on my BMW R1150RT and really like it, hope this helps. Oct 9, 2014
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Sharon H: To be honest Im not sure. I think it would be best to email the manufacturers on the Gerbing website and check. Oct 10, 2014
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Keith G: As long as your scooter's alternator produces enough watts you should be ok. Oct 10, 2014
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A shopper asked: Will it drain the battery if left on and there is not heated gear attached? This assumes that it is connected directly to the battery and not a switched fuse block. Thanks. May 8, 2014
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Sharon H: No, it will only be powering the LED light that blinks when its on. I left the switch on for 9 hours one time in error and there was no problem starting the bike. Mine is connected directly to the battery. It would have to be left on for days to cause a problem. :-) May 9, 2014
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Alex C: I believe it will drain the battery at least a bit if left on. If there is no heated gear attached, the drain might be pretty low, and only related to the blinking LED, but it's not zero. May 8, 2014
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Bob S: I have left mine on for hours with no problems. The only draw should be the small LED light. The permanent switch really cleans things up. I would never go back. May 9, 2014
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william l: I ' ve left mine on a number of times. As long a it is not hooked up, never had a problem. May 9, 2014
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A shopper asked: What is difference between the states of the LED? Steady? Flashing? OFF (that means no heat of course) Dec 6, 2011
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Chris K: The light will blink slowly when it is first turned on. The faster it blinks, the hotter the temp setting until it goes solid for full heat. Off, is no heat - you are correct. Dec 22, 2011
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Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
Gerbing 12V Permanent Single Temp Controller 716677 A-0-17-28 In Stock: Ships next business day