Hi hat Pro X for Alesis Crimson II

Even knowing that the Hi hat Pro X is designed for the Alesis Dm8 and Dm 10 batteries, and after seeing that in my Alesis Crimson II module, I can configure the Hi hat as a pedal or as Pro X:
Does this mean that the aforementioned Hi hat Pro X can be used with my Crimson II module?
because otherwise, I do not understand how this possibility of configuration has been included in the module.
And if it can not be used, what else does Alesis offer me to use a Hi hat with support and pedal?
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  • Hello,

    Thanks for posting.

    While some customers have been able to use the Pro X Hi-Hat with the Crimson and Crimson II modules, the Pro X Hi-Hat is only officially supported for use with the DM8 and original DM10 kits. For optimum performance, we suggest using the hi-hat that came included with your kit.

    I hope this helps!
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  • This is right out of the Crimson II user guide. So it is compatible.

    Hi-Hat Selection
    If you are using an Alesis Pro X Hi-Hat (instead of the RealHat hi-hat control pedal included with
    your Crimson II Kit), you will need to configure the module type for that type of hi-hat control.
    To select the type of hi-hat control:
    1. Press Kit to enter the Kit Selection page (if you are not already viewing it).
    2. Press Menu to enter the Kit Menu.
    3. Use the Down and Up buttons to select HiHat Type.
    4. Use the dial or Left () and Right () buttons to select On or Off.
    • Pedal: Select this if you are using the RealHat hi-hat control pedal included with your
    Crimson II Kit.
    • Pro-X: Select this if you have upgraded to the Alesis Pro X Hi-Hat.
    5. Press Exit to return to the previous page.
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