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Powerlet Dual Wireless Temperature Controller

The ultimate in convenience! Control your heated clothing independently without bothersome wiring. Small, waterproof receiver stays inside garment. Controller can be mounted anywhere. Works will all brands of heated clothing.

Stay Warm While Riding

Powerlet's Performance line of temperature controllers are designed to be fault tolerant. These controllers will not fail in wet weather. Being fully protected against reverse polarity, overload and short circuits, Powerlet Performance(tm) Temperature Controllers are designed to perform under all conditions.

Industry Leading Warmth

Powerlet Performance(tm) Temperature Controllers provide industry leading warmth in extreme cold conditions. A full range of heat is achieved by designing a PC Board with minimal power loss.

Don't Get Left Out In The Cold

Powering your heated clothing from the vehicle using a quality Powerlet socket kit there is no need to recharge batteries and you will never be left riding in the cold. One Powerlet socket kit can power all of your appliances including: heated clothing, GPS, cell phones (with a convenient PAC adapter), tire inflators, etc. Keep in mind you can also maintain/charge your vehicle battery using the same Powerlet socket that is powering your heated gear.

Comfort Control

We recommend using a temperature controller with all Powerlet ProForm heated jacket liners to achieve maximum comfort. Running the liner directly connected to the bike will be too warm in all but the most extreme cold conditions. Also this controller will limit the power drawn from the bike allowing the liner to be used on both large and small bikes.

Designed For A Lifestyle

Powerlet offers the most complete, expertly engineered, heated clothing and interconnects. This enables our customers to enjoy a lifestyle utilizing convenient modern electronics.

Built For A Lifetime

Powerlet uses the highest quality materials and craftsmanship. Our temperature controllers are developed and tested in the USA by people who like to ride.

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Powerlet Dual Wireless Temperature Controller 4 5 5 5
Best option for your heated gear The wireless controller is by far the best option available. Works with any brand that uses similar plugs. And since all the real wiring is tucked into your jacket you could permanently splice if so inclined. I'm sure in a few years we will look at the current heated gear as so bulky and "messy" but this is so much a better choice over the other brands non-wireless controller that was slightly less. Seemed to lose pairing at times but appears you have to turn the knobs after you plug your jacket in to "wake"it up. March 3, 2014
I should have bought this a long time ago Went on my first ride with heated gear last week. Low 40s to mid-50s and very comfortable, even toasty warm the whole time. I should have bought this a long time ago. I bought the Powerlet jacket and glove liners and the dual zone wireless controller. All-in, very happy with it. Feels like very good quality and durable stuff. Works like a charm. You can feel the warmth in the jacket in the belly, chest arms and back. I really didn't notice the heat in the neck, but wasn't cold either. Both jacket liner and gloves fit pretty true to size and are comfortable. I had the jacket liner under a lightly insulated, windproof textile riding jacket. I think on a really cold day I might put a sweat shirt over the jacket liner to hold it tighter to my body. I put the glove liners under an unlined pair of leather gloves and could feel the heat all around my fingers. IMPORTANT: Get the dual zone controller. I had the jacket cranked up but the glovers at 1/2 power ... too high and they will burn your hands. Two things they could do better: 1. the receiver and wires in the jacket are a little heavy (although not uncomfortable) and way longer than necessary. You really don't need a foot of wires in the little jacket pocket. 2. The controller knobs, while they work fine, are infinitely adjustable, It would be better if they had "clicks" so you'd know where you are on the settings. I had to readjust multiple times instead of just clicking up or down 1 click to change the heat level. November 11, 2013
Works as intended Easy to use, easy to mount, and does exactly what it's supposed to. The knob are easy to manipulate with gloves on. I've had this controller for a year now and have used it a lot to run my jacket liner, gloves, and socks. Zero complaints. So you had to buy a battery. Oooooooooh, won't recommend! (seriously?) September 16, 2013
Works perfectly for me. Works as described. I love having the control at my fingertips. I went with the Powerlet version because I have another one of their products ( a power outlet ) and after 7 or 8 years it stopped working and they happily sent a new one. I also preferred the all black case. I'm using with with Gerbing gear. A++ December 25, 2012
Great in concept limited by poor quality control This product looked like a great solution to getting around wiring up a traditional heatroller and when it worked it was great. However my first unit failed within a couple of months. The replacement unit arrived with a dead battery requiring me to go and buy a new one! Powerlet needs to take a serious look at it's quality control. January 23, 2012
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Powerlet Dual Wireless Temperature Controller
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Dean M: My Gerbing dual controller crapped out. Tired of fighting with wires. Feb 20, 2014
lawson k: Needed ability to easily use on either motorcycle and have it it a place easily accessible rather than a portable pocket controller that just hangs down by my side. Jan 13, 2014
N O: I chose this item because it is wire free. Put it in my pocket and go. Dec 16, 2013
Bob P: best price Sep 26, 2013
Mark H: Chose this as I bought Powerlet jacket and glove liners ... liked the idea of having one manufacturer for everything, a remote unit and the smallish size. And, FWIW, it's a better looking unit than the WnS one. Revzilla had the best price, no shipping charge and a great reputation for service. Sep 16, 2013
A shopper asked: I have purchased the powerlet dual wireless controller and I wish to connect it to a new Gerbing jacket liner but the colors of the connections do not jive with the instructions on the Powerlet instructions. Please advise. Which wire colors go to which connection? Mar 15, 2014
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Gene W: Looking at the receiver unit, the part that mounts on your bike, the wire with the male connector plugs into the power pigtail that attaches to your battery. There are also two wires with female connectors on them coming out of the remote receiver unit, one long and one short one. The long wire is controlled by the yellow controller and the short wire is controlled by the red knob.

The red knob is the primary controller. If you are only running one item of heated clothing, attach it to the short wire and operate it with the red controller. The yellow is only for use with a secondary item.

You must sync the remote (with the two knobs on it) with the receiver (the part with the wires) after everything is hooked up. Read and follow the directions that came with the unit to sync it. Also read about the 30% default setting if you connect your heated clothing to the power source when the controller is not present or it's battery has died.

Hope that gets you going. Let me know if you are still having trouble.
Gene
Mar 20, 2014
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David S: Does not matter. Plug in the controller to the jacket and tuck everything together with only the main power lead hanging out. Then pair the wireless controller, if needed, and note which knob is controlling the jacket. I put a "J" and a "G" on top of my controller with a professional labeler. You cannot plug anything in backwards and can swap cables around too.

Note that sometimes when you plug in you need to adjust the knob so it re-synchs.
Mar 20, 2014
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Mark H: Red is jacket. Yellow is gloves. But, you could always hook one up and see what gets warm. Mar 20, 2014
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Donato Y: it will not matter. u will see witch knob does what Mar 21, 2014
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A shopper asked: I have a Gerbing heated jacket liner, and the dual controller for it. The dual controller is a real pain to deal with because of the wires, so I am very interested in this Powerlet wireless control. I've been looking all over and cannot find any mention of whether or not this Powerlet wireless controller will plug directly into my Gerbing gear or whether I have to buy some sort of wiring adapter to make the plugs fit. Please advise! Thanks. Dec 16, 2011
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mmmpies: Unless something has changed, the plugs are interchangeable and I know several in the BMW crowd who use Gerbing and Powerlet (FirstGear, actually) heating products/clothing together interchangeably. I'd confirm with Gerbing customer service before buying, just in case. Dec 16, 2011
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vandiemen: No. I have Gerbing gear and it works perfectly even though Gerbing tells you not to use other heatrollers other then their own! Jan 23, 2012
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Onokiyo: It should come with a receiver where you plug your accessories. Jan 14, 2013
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BradS: Yes it works with Gerbing connectors. Dec 25, 2012
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A shopper asked: Can two of these be used on the same bike? Will there be a pairing or conflict issues for either myself or the passenger? Nov 11, 2013
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Roger S: Not for sure, but believe you shouldn't have a problem as long as you don't try and pair them at the same time, or in the same area. A friend and I both have these and ride together and we have never had an issue with either one trying to control the other one's gear, but we aren't on the same bike.
Hope this helps
Nov 11, 2013
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Mark H: I only bought one, so I couldn't say for sure. Nov 11, 2013
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Stewart R: I don't know Nov 12, 2013
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A shopper asked: What is the difference between this product and what appears to be the identical product from firstgear? Nov 9, 2012
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RevZilla: There is no difference except for the labels. Both will work with either the Powerlet or the Firstgear Heated Jackets. Nov 13, 2012
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Onokiyo: They all came from the same manufacturer, just different labels. Jan 14, 2013
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Michael L asked: Can two of these be used on the same bike? Would there be pairing or conflict issues for either myself or the pillion rider? Nov 11, 2013
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Powerlet Dual Wireless Temperature Controller 784340 PHG-322 In Stock: Ships next business day