Foot Pedal Solutions
Kinesis USB foot pedals are ideal for transferring work from over-used fingers and hands to the feet. Add a foot pedal to an employee’s workstation to increase their comfort and boost productivity. Use the foot pedal in lieu of a keyboard or mouse to eliminate awkward key combinations, replace common text strings with one-touch macros, off-load mouse clicks, or replace a dedicated joystick in specialty applications. If your keyboard or mouse can do it, one of our foot pedals can, too!
Data Entry | Call Center | Photo Editing | Multimedia Presentations | Transcription | Software Development
OEM, Medical & Industrial Applications
In many clinical environments hands-free computer control is essential to an efficient workflow. Kinesis USB foot pedals can be connected to any desktop PC or free-standing diagnostic unit to provide foot-activated controls over any custom software application using keyboard commands, mouse clicks, or joystick actions. Kinesis pedals are UL recognized for near-patient use in the US and Canada, and we can even waterproof and custom label them for you. Volume discounts are available.
Ultrasound | MRI | Radiology | Pathology | Dentistry | Image Capture | Automation | Diagnostics | Industrial
How can a Kinesis foot pedal help your business?
Heavy-Duty, Multi-Platform Design
- Compatible with Windows, Mac and Linux.
- No software or special drivers to install.
- Choose from 1, 2, or 3 pedals. Add an extra-jack and connect a 4th pedal or hand-trigger.
- Heavy-duty design and no-slip steel base (dual and triple pedal models only).
- IPX 8 waterproof versions available.
- Optional factory programming.
- Volume pricing.
No matter your application, we have a solution!
Choose from heavy-duty Dual or Triple pedal Foot Switches, or choose a Control Module with up to 4 jacks for pairing remotely located foot pedals or hand-triggers.
Savant Elite2 Foot Pedal Family
Perform any keyboard action or mouse click. Custom program yourself or have the factory do it.
JSB Foot Pedal Family
Perform standard joystick button actions 1 through 4 (depending on number of pedals selected)