Kinesis Savant Elite2 Single Pedal Control Module
Kinesis Savant Elite2 Single Pedal Control Module

Kinesis Savant Elite2 Single Pedal Control Module

Brand/Manufacturer: KINESIS

Kinesis Savant Elite2 Single Pedal Control Module is an excellent ergonomic enhancer to reduce hand and arm strain and repetition from mouse clicks and awkward key combinations. The 2-jack control module bundled with a single pedal is ideal for situations where the user wants the smallest possible pedal, or where the users need the pedal away from the control module. The control module has a 9 foot USB cable connecting to the computer, and the foot switch has its own 10 foot cable connecting to the control module with a mini-phono plug.

Buy this product and earn 7.1 Reward Dollars.


  • Options
  • Savant Elite Control Module Only
  • Optional Accessories
  • Total: $195.75
    Total: $141.99
Total: $195.75
Total: $141.99


Kinesis Savant Elite2 Single Pedal Control Module includes:
  • USB control module (FPMJ2) with two mini -phono jacks
  • One foot pedal (FS0007MP) with male mini -phono plug
  • Printed User Guide
  • Hook & loop, self -adhesive squares for anchoring pedal to floor if desired

    Specific features
  • Compact USB control module
  • 2 mini-phono input jacks provides flexible positioning of pedal or hand trigger
  • Activate mouse clicks
  • Two jacks factory configured to perform mouse button actions (Jack 2 (Front) = left button and Jack 1 (Rear) = right button)
  • Program any key action and/or macro
  • Re-programmable on any computer or tablet with a USB port to perform keyboard actions, macros, or to re-assign mouse button action
  • Recessed programming switch accessible from underside of control module
  • Programming Mode also accessible by holding a pedal briefly while connecting USB cable to open virtual removable disk
  • Pedal is front-hinged and rounded for easy triggering, made from black, glass-reinforced nylon
  • Pedal has adjustable activation force
  • External green and red status LEDs

More Information

  • Driverless programming:
    Programming the Savant Elite2 can be as easy as copying a small text file onto the virtual disk created in Programming Mode. Or use any text editor to type a new pedal action. Sample files for many applications and uses are available from No drivers are required, whether you are using Windows, Mac OS X, Android, Linux, or Chrome.
  • Technology behind the driverless programming:
    The Savant Elite2’s unique driverless all-platform programmability is based on the transient creation of a virtual removable disk in programming mode. On that disk resides a tiny simple-text file which defines the actions of up to 3 pedals and 4 input jacks covering all the various configurations of Savant Elite2 devices. Virtually any text editing program can be used to edit the pedal/jack assignments and then re-save the file as “plain text” or “simple text.” Backup files can be stored with different names and in different locations. Only the file named “pedals.txt” located in the “active” folder on the Savant Elite2’s virtual disk drive is used to assign the actions.
  • Compatible operating systems:
    Savant Elite2 uses generic HID (human interface device) drivers provided by the operating system. It can be operated and programmed without any special drivers in most environments supporting USB devices, including the following operating systems with an available USB port: Windows, Mac OS X, Linux, Android, Chrome. In Play Mode the Savant Elite2 emulates a generic keyboard and mouse. In Programming Mode it emulates a generic keyboard and removable disk. Programming Mode requires generic OS support for a removable disk, plus a text editing program or app that can edit and save a file as “plain text” or “simple text.” Most word processing and text editing programs have this capability.
  • Macintosh OS X notes:
    OS X doesn’t support middle mouse button without using a third party driver such as that found at Also, 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 foot pedal 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 programmed into the foot pedal.


DimensionsControl ModulePedal


5.5 inches

2.625 inches

Depth (front-to-back)

2 inches

3.5 inches


0.875 inches

1 inch


0.70 lbs


Shipping weight

2 lbs


Cable length

9 feet 1 inch

10 feet

Electrical Properties

USB port supplies power, 5V, <30mA required
Pedal current~1mA
Green LEDindicates normal operation, flashes during re-programming
Green+redindicates a pedal is pressed
Red-indicates operational fault
Operating temperature40 to 105°F (4 to 41°C)
Non-operating temperature-10 to 120°F (-23 to 49°C)
Operating relative humidity5% to 90% non-condensing
Non-operating relative humidity0% to 95% non-condensing
Flame resistance ratingUL94V-0
Dimensions2.7" (6.9cm) wide x 3.7" (9.4cm) long, 1.1"(2.8cm) tall
Cable10ft (~3.0m), black, mini-phono connector


Two Years Warranty

Customer Reviews

Questions & Answers


Enter your Answer below.

Security Question: + =
question image
ItemName - now

Your question will show here once it will get approved.
answer image
UserName - now
Your Answer will show here once it will get approved.
Please enter your and your friends email address below.
Fields marked with * are compulsory

The selected product information has been successfully emailed to your friend.

Thank you for using