AirTurn PEDpro Bluetooth Pedal Page Turner Teleprompter App Control Foot Pedal
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||6 x 0.7 x 4.5 inches|
|Item Weight||5.3 Ounces|
About this item
- LOW-PROFILE: Low switch height requires less foot movement to activate.
- SILENT-TOUCH: Completely silent operation with no moving parts. Works much like the button on a microwave.
- ENDLESS APPS: Hundreds of compatible apps for turning pages, teleprompting, reading music, scrolling lyrics and tabs, triggering backing tracks and effects, sending MIDI commands, cueing audio and lighting, capturing photo and video, plus so much more! (Some may be default on your device and others are available in your app store.)
- MAX: At 150+ feet, AirTurn leads the industry’s operating range. Rechargeable battery provides 150-200 hours of play time with a single charge, displays status indicators, and automatically turns off when the host device is turned off.
- COMMITMENT: 2-year coverage with product registration (includes battery).
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Low-profile, silent, and portable wireless foot switch.
- Turn pages, read music, scroll lyrics and tabs
- Control presentation and teleprompter apps
- Cue audio and effects
- Capture video, photos, and more!
Featuring touch-switch technology, the AirTurn PEDpro is non-tactile, silent, and works much like the button on a microwave. It is best used on a hard surface with a light press of the foot. The low-profile design is durable, lightweight, and ultra-portable.
Hundreds of compatible apps.
Keep your hands on your task.
No more cables to clutter your setup.
No more paper flying away or heavy books to carry.
- Endless Apps: Hundreds of compatible apps for turning pages, teleprompting, reading music, scrolling lyrics and tabs, triggering backing tracks and effects, sending MIDI commands, cueing audio and lighting, capturing photo and video, plus so much more!
- App Control: Seven built-in modes store switch commands that work with hundreds of apps including those supported with AirDirect.
- Customize: Create commands for almost any app that responds to keystrokes, macros, mouse clicks, or MIDI with the free AirTurn Manager. Adjust features such as Auto-Repeat, Idle Time, Low Power or Fast Response Mode, and Debounce. Select switch types such as Momentary, Latching, Pulse, or Command.
- Updates: AirTurn Manager supports Over-the-Air updates to firmware for the latest features.
- Silent-Touch:Completely silent operation with no moving parts. Works much like the button on a microwave.
- Low-Profile: Low switch height requires less foot movement to activate.
- Durable: Created from a virtually indestructible polymer blend with non-mechanical switches.
- Max Range: At 150+ feet, AirTurn leads the industry’s operating range.
- Max Battery Life:Rechargeable battery provides 150-200 hours of play time with a single charge, displays status indicators, and automatically turns off when the host device is turned off.
- Status Indicators: Bluetooth status LED. Low battery status LED.
- Pairing Options: Choose open pairing for instant connections when switching between devices. Choose closed pairing to store a single connection and prevent unintended connection to other devices.
- Multiple Devices: Connect up to eight AirTurn devices to use at the same time for more switch options.
- Compatibility: Works with phones, tablets, and computers that have Bluetooth 4 or higher.
- Commitment: 2-year coverage with product registration (includes battery).
Reviewed in the United States on February 13, 2019
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This thing is a joke.
1) It won’t turn on correctly. I hold it for 1 sec and led comes on and goes right out. Only way to get it to turn on is to keep pressing power. And eventually it stays on.
2) Would not pair to iPad Pro, lastest model. It would pair to iPhone X. Finally got their app to see it. It shows low battery. So I let it charge for 8 hours. Still low battery still turns on strange. Later it decided it would pair to iPad Pro.
3) So I see there is a firmware update. Try to flash it, no go. Guess why, low battery. Guess what the update is for. To fix charging issues. Hello?
4) So I’m still curious to try the pedal action. I try it with my app (TuneBook on iPad that works fine with Donner). I can’t get it to do anything with pedal. The KeyBoard button on pedal does work, so I know it’s talking.
5) Maybe it’s in the wrong mode. I try to change mode which is so clumsy it’s ridiculous. Hold button, count blinks, let go on the blink count you want. It’s totally hit or miss. Kind of like the game whack-a-mole.
By the way, the pedal action is zero. It’s solid. It just senses pressure.
This thing is just total junk. I guess I’ll order the Donner.
It was shipped direct from AirTurn.
I had left the unit sitting on my night stand all day, not on the charger.
I decided to go for a bit more punishment. Even though my wife is screaming send it back.
I go to turn it on and it was immediately different. Only the blue light flashed where before the red was solid or blinking.
I go into the update firmware in the AirTurn manager app. And it got past the low battery block.
I start flashing and it gets stuck at 10% Grrrr.
Kill the app and start over, it finally updated.
After that update it works an order of magnitude better.
I could not get pedals to operate my app TuneBook on iOS. It did nothing. Worked first time on Donner.
After like an hour of trying different keys I finally got Next Page in my app working. Which was the numerical keypad page down and Page up. Which are keypad keys 3 and 9.
But I can’t manage to get the Page Up to work, only Page Down.
I only need Page Down, but it’s nice to have Page up too.
I’ve Upgraded my rating from a 1 to a 4.
The sensitivity seems fairly good on the pedals so far even though it feels like your tapping a rock.
It is plastic, but which gives the impression of solid and monolithic device. I like beige color. One of the advantages of the device is its compact size, low weight and complete silence due to the lack of moving parts. No squeaking, etc.
But on the other hand, speaking of shortcomings, it is quite limited area, where you have to press the pedal. Unless you press in exactly the right spot, it will not respond and turn the page. You have to find and know the sweet spot to turn the page. This is especially true if you are barefoot or in socks. But if you are in shoes, this restriction is not so obvious already. If I'm at home, practicing barefoot or in socks, I push the pedal with my thumb in an exact area. Therefore, you need to prepare and put your foot in the right spot in advance, otherwise it's quite difficult to find the exact position during the performance. But, again, if you are in shoes, then you do not need to be so accurate because solid sole helps.
It's quite difficult to connect the cable from the kit to the connector in the device to charge it. It even seems that it just does not physically fit into the connector. Device has problems with charging. I've tried several USB cables. After many hours of charging the red indicator is still flashes instead of being permanent (when charging is over). And looking at some other reviews here I see that I'm not alone with this problem. I heard that firmware update can help. Or unplugging the battery and plugging it back in to reset the pedal can help as well (but you have to know how to do that, there is a video on YouTube, but you won't find it if you don't have the link). I will try it later and will update this review. Thus, maybe previous PED model was better in this regard? You just had to replace the battery.
PEDpro works great with forScore application, no problems. Quick and easy to connect. Good AirTurn Manager App, which is updating periodically, has many options and adjustments.
Switching modes and some other commands are not too intuitive, but manufacturer took care of placing a small reminder of the main commands on the bottom of the device. In any case, most likely you will need to switch between modes only once, when you first experiment with them.
But in practice, it seems like responsive than the original coin-battery Airturn I have. I don't know if the switches are just stiff, or maybe the USB/Bluetooth in it is somehow less responsive or goes into power saving mode or whatever. But what happens is you hit the pedal to turn the page and....nothing. So you hit it again, and boom ! You are two pages ahead, and in the next song. So you hit the pedal again and find your way back...maybe. So you've blown that song in a gig. Then you go to the old pedal in your mute back, re-pair the BT to your old Airturn, and it works flawlessly.
Pro Tip: Stick with the original Air Turn, if you can find one.
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It is easy enough to toggle tempo off&on/turn to next chart with my fingers, but whenever playing live, or performing for televised broadcast, it is nice to use the iPad discreetly.
I just purchased the PEDpro and within 60seconds of getting it out of the box I had paired it to my iPad and it worked as intended with both the apps I use. I was hesitant to commit to this, based on reviews from others, but I am glad I went forward with purchase. Hopefully it stands the test of time!