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  • Brand: Pioneer
  • Product: Bicycle Computer
  • Model/name: SGY-PM910H
  • Filetype: PDF
  • Available languages: Dutch, English, German, French, Spanish, Italian

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Please read the "Important Information for the
User" in the product box for product warnings
and other important safety information.
User's Manual
Pedaling Monitor Sensor
SGY-PM910H
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Introduction
Table of Contents
Introduction
Features................................................................................................................... 3
Manuals...................................................................................................................................3
Compatibility ............................................................................................................ 4
Getting Started
Product Configuration.............................................................................................. 5
Accessories.............................................................................................................................5
Installing and Removing the Batteries..................................................................... 7
Switching Modes ....................................................................................................10
Pairing /Calibration
Pairing with the Cyclocomputer..............................................................................12
Calibrating the Sensors..........................................................................................14
Getting Ready .......................................................................................................................14
Calibrating the Zero Point.....................................................................................................14
Checking the Zero Point .......................................................................................................15
Calibrating in Power Meter Mode .........................................................................................15
Specifications and support
Troubleshooting ......................................................................................................16
Care, Maintenance, and Storage ...........................................................................18
Specifications .........................................................................................................19
This product is ANT+™ certified.
Visit http://www.thisisant.com/directory/ for a list of compatible
products and apps.
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Introduction
Features
This product is a sensor system that analyzes the pedaling of a bicycle in
real time. It calculates the direction and intensity of the force acting on the
pedals and calculates pedaling efficiency.
Description of components
Strain gauge unit:
• Detects the strain on the crank and calculates the direction
and intensity of the force on the crank.
Magnet:
• Used to detect the angle of rotation.
Transmitters:
• Send information from the strain gauge unit and the
magnet to the Cyclocomputer.
Switching modes
The push switch in the right transmitter changes the system to the following modes.
Pedaling monitor mode
• : Used in combination with the Cyclocomputer SGX-
CA500/CA900. This mode calculates pedaling efficiency and maximizes the
functionality of the product.
In this User’s Manual, the case when it is used with SGX-CA500 is described
as example.
Power meter mode
• : Used with a Cyclocomputer that supports ANT+.
Manuals
The product’s manuals consist of this User’s Manual, an Installation Manual, and
Important Information for the User.
User’s Manual:
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Explains how to pair the product with the Cyclocomputer and calibrate the sensors.
Installation Manual:
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[For American Users] http://www.pioneerelectronics.com
[For Canadian Users] http://www.pioneerelectronics.ca
[For European Users] http://www.pioneer.eu
Explains details about handling methods. The product installation methods
(for dealers) are also described as references.
Important Information for the User:
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Important Information for the User provides detailed information related to safety.
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Introduction
Compatibility
Crank sets
The product is compatible with the following crank sets.
Crank sets Remarks
SHIMANO FC-9000 Crank lengths of 165, 167.5, 170, 172.5, 175 mm, crank set
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of 50-34T, 52-36T, 52-38T, 53-39T, 54-42T, 55-42T are
compatible. *
SHIMANO FC-6800 Crank lengths of 165, 170, 172.5, 175 mm, crank set of 50-
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34T, 52-36T, 53-39T are compatible. *
* Descriptions in this manual are for a 170 mm crank set.
This product is designed to be used for recreational cycling and cycle training
applications only and is not designed to withstand racing conditions.
Additionally, this product is designed to be used while cycling on paved roads
only. Any damage or malfunction arising from use in racing or riding on dirt roads,
cobblestone or any other unpaved roads will not be covered by the manufacturer’s
limited warranty.
Installing and calibrating the product requires specialized techniques and tools. If not
already installed, ask the shop where you bought the product to install and calibrate it.
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Getting
Started
Product Configuration
Accessories
This product contains the following parts.
Pedaling monitor sensor (right side)
Right transmitter
Junction cable
Strain gauge unit
Junction box
Pedaling monitor sensor part (right side)
For FC-9000
For FC-6800
Chain ring adapter
Strain gauge unit cover x 1
for each type
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Getting
Started
Product Configuration
Pedaling monitor sensor (left side)
Left transmitter
Strain gauge unit
LED
Pedaling monitor sensor part (left side)
Magnet
Patch type x 2 Arm type (right side) Arm type (left side)
Others
User’s Manual (this document)
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Warranty Card
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Important Information for the User
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Batteries (CR2032) x 2
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(pre-installed in the left and right sensors)
Right transmitter cover (metallic gray)
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Hex screws (M2.6 x 8mm) x 3
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(for the right transmitter x 3)
Hex screws (M2.6 x 5mm) x 3
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(spare for the right transmitter cover x 3)
Cable ties x 10
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(for the left magnet x 2, for the right magnet
x 2, spare x 6)
Cushions for the arm type magnet installation
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x 2
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Getting
Started
Installing and Removing the Batteries
The batteries are pre-installed to this product. If the batteries are almost
empty (see page 16), replace the batteries with new ones.
The product can be used as the ANT+ Power meter with the cyclocomputers of other
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companies (power meter mode).
The product starts in pedaling monitor mode when the batteries are installed. To use
the product in power meter mode, switch the sensor mode (see page 10).
Replace the batteries of both the left and right sensors at the same time.
1. Remove the cover.
Be careful not to drop or lose the
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battery when removing the cover.
Right transmitter (screws: 3 x)
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Use a hex wrench (2 mm) to loosen
the screw and remove the cover.
Be careful not to lose the removed
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screw.
Left transmitter
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Turn the cover to the left so the
triangular arrow points to [OPEN]
and remove it.
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Getting
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Installing and Removing the Batteries
2. Remove the old battery.
Right transmitter
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Left transmitter
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3. Install the new battery (CR2032).
Right transmitter
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Left transmitter
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After installing the battery, place
the cover with the triangular arrow
pointing to [OPEN], and turn it with
coin to [CLOSE].
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Getting
Started
Installing and Removing the Batteries
Be careful not to drop or lose the
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battery when installing it.
Do not use batteries other than
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CR2032.
Install the cover firmly to ensure
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water resistant performance.
4. Check the LED display.
The product starts in pedaling monitor
mode when the batteries are installed.
Check that the LEDs light green for 10
seconds.
If the LEDs do not light for more than 5
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seconds after installing the batteries,
remove the batteries once, and after
more than 1 minute, install them
again. If the LEDs still do not light, the
battery may be almost empty. Replace
the battery with a new one.
5. Install the right transmitter
cover and tighten the screws
to fix it in place.
Use a tool that can measure the torque
to tighten the screws.
Tightening torque: 30 cN·m
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Install the transmitter cover and
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screw the screws in firmly to ensure
water resistant performance.
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Getting
Started
1. Loosen the screws on the
right transmitter cover and
remove the cover.
See page 7 to remove the right
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transmitter cover.
2. Start the sensors.
Rotate the bicycle’s crank set more
than three rotations to start the left and
right transmitters.
Switching Modes
This section describes how to switch the sensor mode.
Please do not push the push switch in the right transmitter while calibrating the sensor
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or showing [Force Preview] with the Cyclocomputer SGX-CA500.
3. Check the sensor modes.
By pushing the push switch in the right
transmitter for less than 2 seconds,
the LEDs on the right transmitter blink
green. After then the LEDs on the left
and right transmitters light as follows
depending on the actual sensor mode.
Pedaling monitor mode:
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The LEDs light green for 10 seconds.
Power meter mode:
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The LEDs light orange for 10
seconds.
Push switch
LED
If the pairing between the left and
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right transmitters fails, the LEDs
blink red 5 times.
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Getting
Started
Switching Modes
4. Switch the sensor mode.
By pushing the push switch in the right
transmitter for more than 2 seconds,
the LEDs on the right transmitter blink
green. After confirming the blink,
release the push switch. When the blink
stops, the LEDs on the left and right
transmitters light as follows depending
on the changed sensor mode.
Pedaling monitor mode:
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The LEDs light green for 10 seconds.
Power meter mode:
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The LEDs light orange for 10
seconds.
For use with Pioneer’s SGX-CA500,
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set the sensor mode to pedaling
monitor mode. For use with other
cyclocomputer brands, set the
sensor mode to power meter mode.
Please do not push the push switch
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for more than 5 seconds. Doing
so changes the mode to calibrate
the magnet position. Refer to the
Installation Manual for details.
If the pairing between the left and
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right transmitters fails, the LEDs
blink red 5 times.
It may take about 10 seconds to
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switch the sensor mode depending
on the radio transmission conditions.
5. Install the right transmitter
cover and tighten the screws
to fix it in place.
Use a tool that can measure the torque
to tighten the screws.
Tightening torque: 30 cN·m
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Install the transmitter cover and
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screw the screws in firmly to ensure
water resistant performance.
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Pairing
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Calibration
Pairing with the Cyclocomputer
This section describes how to pair the installed SGY-PM910H pedaling
monitor sensors on your bicycle to the SGX-CA500 Cyclocomputer.
This pairing procedure may be different if you are using a cyclocomputer other
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than the Pioneer SGX-CA500/CA900. Please refer to your cyclocomputer’s
owner manual for sensor pairing.
1. Check the sensor modes.
Check that the right transmitter and the
left transmitter are in "Pedaling monitor
mode."
See page 10 to switch the modes.
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2. Tap the [Sensors] icon in the
home screen of the SGX-CA500.
The sensor list screen opens.
3. Rotate the bicycle’s crank
set more than three rotations
to start the left and right
transmitters.
After the transmitters are activated, it
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may take more than 1 minute to pair
with the Cyclocomputer.
Pair with the Cyclocomputer within
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5 minutes after the transmitters are
activated.
4. Tap [Connect New] in the
sensor list screen of the
SGX-CA500.
The sensor connection menu opens.
5. Tap [Device Type] and then
[Pedaling Monitor R].
For the left transmitter, tap [Pedaling
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Monitor L].
If multiple sensors are activated,
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bring the main unit closer to the
sensor, or specify the device number
to pair the sensor you want to pair.
Refer to the User's Guide of the
Cyclocomputer SGX-CA500
regarding how to specify a device
number to pair a sensor.
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Pairing
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Calibration
Pairing with the Cyclocomputer
6. Tap [Search].
The search for the sensor starts.
A [Searching. Please wait.] message
appears.
7. Check the information about
the sensor.
Information about the sensors appears
when the sensors are found.
Check the following items.
[Device Number]
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Make sure that the device number
is the same as the device number
of the transmitter.
[Error Rate]
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Make sure that “OK” is displayed.
The device numbers are printed on
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the right junction box and on the
side of the left sensor. Refer to the
Installation Manual for details.
If the numbers that are displayed on
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[Device Number] are different from
the transmitter device numbers,
specify the device numbers to pair
with the sensor.
Refer to the User’s Guide of the
Cyclocomputer SGX-CA500
regarding how to specify a device
number to pair a sensor.
If “Processing...” is displayed in the
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[Error Rate] area, the information
from the sensor is not being received
correctly because transmission
conditions are bad. Make sure
that the sensor you are pairing is
activated, then bring the SGX-CA500
closer to the sensor and perform the
pairing operation again.
Pairing with the sensor may not
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be possible due to the influence
of the 2.4 GHz frequency band. If
“Processing...” is displayed even if
the SGX-CA500 is moved closer
to the sensor and paired with it, try
again someplace where there is no
interference from microwaves, radio
waves, or wireless equipment.
Pairing of the right transmitter is
completed.
Next, pair the left transmitter.
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Pairing
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Calibration
Calibrating the Sensors
This section describes how to use the Cyclocomputer SGX-CA500 to calibrate
the zero point of the pedaling monitor sensor that is installed on the bicycle.
Zero point calibration is a function to store the zero point (no-load), where no
forces act on the crank, in the sensor memory.
The right-side pedaling monitor sensor is used as an example in this description. The
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procedure to calibrate the left side is the same as for the right side.
Please do not push the push switch in the right transmitter while calibrating the sensor
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or showing [Force Preview] with the Cyclocomputer SGX-CA500.
Getting Ready
1. Stop the bicycle on a flat safe
place.
Calibrating the Zero Point
1. Position the crank arm so it is
perpendicular to the ground,
pointing downward.
2. Tap the [Sensors] icon in the
home screen of the SGX-
CA500.
The sensor list screen opens.
3. Tap [Pedaling Monitor R] and
then [Calibration (Zero)].
4. Tap [Start Calibration].
The calibration starts.
If the calibration is successful,
“Success” appears in the [Result] field.
If “Failure” is displayed, the sensor may
be calibrated in an unstable condition
causing the crank to be moving during
the calibration. Calibrate again with the
crank stopped.
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Pairing
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Calibration
Calibrating the Sensors
This product has a correction function
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for the zero point fluctuation caused by
varying temperatures.
The accuracy of this function improves
by calibrating the sensor when there
is a difference in temperature of more
than 4°C.
This function cannot measure correctly
if you calibrate the sensor before it is
acclimated to the outside temperature.
The sensor requires more than 20
minutes to become acclimated.
Checking the Zero Point
1. Position the crank arm so it is
perpendicular to the ground,
pointing downward.
2. Tap [Pedaling Monitor R] in
the sensor list screen of the
SGX-CA500.
3. Confirm the value in [Force
Preview].
Make sure that the [Tangential
Direction Force] and [Radial Direction
Force] values are as shown here.
Tangential Direction Force: 0 ± 3 N
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Radial Direction Force: 0 ± 3 N
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Calibration of the right side is
finished. Calibrate the left side in the
same way.
Calibrating in Power Meter Mode
When calibrating the sensors in power
meter mode, position the crank arm
so it is perpendicular to the ground, do
the procedure to the left and right sides
together. Refer to the User’s Manual of
the Cyclocomputer you are using for
details.
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Specifications
and
support
Troubleshooting
Refer to the following suggestions if you have any problems installing or
using the product.
If you cannot find what you want to know here, ask the shop where you bought
the product.
I cannot pair with the Cyclocomputer in the power meter mode or pedaling
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monitor mode.
Cause Solution
The battery is almost empty. If the LEDs do not light for more than 5 seconds after
installing the batteries, remove the batteries once, and after
more than 1 minute, install them again. If the LEDs still do
not light, the battery may be almost empty. Replace the
battery with a new one.
(+) or (-) side of the battery is
installed in the opposite side.
Install the battery in the proper side (see page 7).
Pedaling monitor sensor mode is
wrong.
Check the mode and pair with the Cyclocomputer again (see
page 10).
There are other wireless equipment
or microwave ovens near by.
Move away from other wireless equipment or microwave
ovens. Move the sensor closer to the Cyclocomputer and
pair them.
Another sensor is paired with the
Cyclocomputer.
Move away from other sensors by more than 10 m or specify
the device number to pair the Cyclocomputer. Refer to the
Installation Manual.
I cannot pair with the Cyclocomputer in the power meter mode.
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Cause Solution
Pairing between right and left
sensors fails.
Check the sensor mode by pushing the push switch. If the
left and right LEDs do not light orange, push and hold the
push switch to switch to power meter mode (see page 10).
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Specifications
and
support
Troubleshooting
Zero point calibration fails.
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Cause Solution
The crank is subjected to external
force or moving.
Calibrate the sensor in still condition (see page 14).
The Cyclocomputer display is not displaying correctly while I am riding.
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Cause Solution
Zero point calibration fails. Calibrate the sensor when the values in [Force Preview] are
more than ± 3 N (see page 14).
There is a rattling noise when I am riding.
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Cause Solution
Screws used to install the sensor
are loose.
Retighten the screws.
The magnet is rubbing against the sensor or transmitter while I am riding.
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Cause Solution
Foreign objects are attached to
the magnet and rub against the
transmitter or the junction box.
Clean the transmitter, junction box, and magnet.
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Specifications
and
support
Care, Maintenance, and Storage
Use a soft dry cloth or a cloth that has been dampened and wrung out to wipe
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dirt from the left and right transmitters, the strain gauge unit cover, the magnet,
and other accessories.
Do not use benzene, paint thinner, or other volatile chemicals, cleansers, or
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chemically treated cloths. Doing so could damage the product or cause the
paint to peel off.
If you are not going to use the product for a long period of time, remove the
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batteries.
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Specifications
and
support
Specifications
Weight: About 66 g
Dimensions: Pedaling monitor sensor (right side):
Right transmitter:
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58.3 mm(W) × 46.1 mm(H) × 21.3 mm(D)
Junction box, Strain gauge unit cover:
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78 mm(W) × 36.7 mm(H) × 7.3mm(D)
Pedaling monitor sensor (left side):
92.5 mm(W) × 34.7 mm(H) × 8.6 mm(D)
Water resistant: This device has a water resistance rating of IPX-6/IPX-7.
Communications method (sensors): ANT+ wireless
Battery: CR2032
Operation temperature: -10 to 50°C
ANT+ is a Wireless Personal Network protocol with very low power
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requirements using 2.4GHz frequency band.
For more information, visit http://www.thisisant.com/
Specifications and design are subject to change without notice.
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Illustrations used in this manual may be different from actual appearance.
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