Looking for a heated controller for a pair of victory heated gloves I had hot a heated controller but it didn't control the heat
Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated if find one that will work
Do you already have a wiring harness from the battery installed for a heat controller??
If not, here's how I did mine.
I have a pair of Warm and Safe heated gloves and a heated jacket liner. The heated gloves plug into the sleeves of the heated jacket liner and the heated jacket liner plugs into a Warm & Safe Single Portable Heat-Troller
. I also use a Warm & Safe Single Portable Heat-troller Pouch
that I clip onto either my tank bag, or the pouch of my Hopnel tank bib, as it's easy to see and use.
As you know, there isn't a lot of room to run extra wiring from the battery compartment up under the tank to make the connection between the heat controller wiring harness and the actual heat controller.
i also wanted a connector for my battery tender. So .... how to minimize the amount of wiring coming from the battery compartment??
Here's what I did. I used the wiring harness for the battery tender, which has a SAE connector that you plug the Battery Tender into.
Because of the battery location on our Vic's you need a long Battery Harness to run up to your heated gear/heat controller. I ordered the 5ft Warm & Safe Battery Harness For Victory Motorcycle
I went on ebay and ordered a Battery Tender SAE DC Power Automotive DIY Connector Cable 2x0.75mm
and a SAE Waterproof Cover Cap for SAE Power Solar Automotive Connector Black
I then soldered the Batter Tender SAE connector (after I installed the cap) to the 5' long W&S Battery Harness for Victory motorcycles and ran it up under the tank.
That way, when the heat controller is not needed, I tuck the Co-Ax end into the void behind the gas tank and cap the other end off with the cap, so I can use the SAE batter Tender connector for the battery tender. When I need to use the heated gear, I plug the soldered end of the heated gear harness into the Battery tender harness in the little compartment ahead of the engine and bring the Co-Ax end out of the void and out under the front of the seat.