- Easy to use with no software to install! Simply plug the receiver into the USB port of your Windows or MAC PC and connect the transmitter to a wide variety of momentary foot switches and pedals with 1/4 inch male to male cables.
- The AirTurn AT-104 can be used with one footswitch to turn forwards only, or with two footswitches to turn forwards and backwards.
- Each transmitter and receiver is paired with a unique ID, allowing for multiple AirTurns to be used in the same space. Perfect for bands and large music ensembles.
- The AirTurn AT-104 transmitter runs on 2 AA batteries for up to several weeks at a time (actual usage may vary).
- Approximately 100 foot wireless operating range between transmitter and USB receiver.
- Software Compatibility
The AirTurn AT-104 is optimized for use with MusicReader PDF 4 for Mac and PC computers.
The AirTurn AT-104 is compatible with computers running Windows 98, 2000, XP, Vista, Windows 7, MAC OS 9 and 10.
The AirTurn AT-104 emulates a standard keyboard, and will advance the pages of any program that can accept a Page Down and Page Up keyboard stroke.
- Technical Specifications
- OS Support: Windows 98, 2000, XP, Vista, Windows 7, MAC OS 9, 10
- Electrical: (Radio) Voltage 1.5v (2-1.5v AA in parallel)
- 2.4 ghz transmission with about 100 ft (30m) transmission
- Transmitter wake-up with either pedal depress
- 65,000 unique pairing IDs
- One ¼" stereo jack connects to PG/DN PG/UP function
- One ¼" mono jack connects to PG/UP function
- Operating 0°C to - 42°C 20% to 90% relative humidity
- One Year Warranty- Made in Korea
- Operating Manual
Click here to view the AT-104 operating manual as a PDF file.
- Compatible Pedals
Please check out our list of Compatible Footswitches and Pedals below - these are the models that we've tried ourselves, so it's not a comprehensive list covering every keyboard pedal/footswitch out there (not yet, anyways). We'll update the list as we hear from our customers and get opportunities to test other models. Keep in mind that the quality of pedal and footswitches will vary pretty wildly between manufacturers. Some pedals we tested produce an extra 'debounce', resulting in two or more pages being turned with each pedal press - if that happens with your model, try using it with the MusicReader program - it has a nifty page turn timer built in, which can mitigate the 'double-bounce' effect from some pedals.