How to measure the exact Wheel Circumference L Fig. Then ride the bike one full wheel revolution. Mark the ground at the end of one revolution and then measure the distance between the two marks. This measure is your actual wheel circumference. Or, the "Setting Values Cross Reference Table" can help you to find out an approximate wheel circumference according to tire size. Setting the Speed Scale Fig.
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Whenever this button is pressed, start and stop are repeated. During measurement the speed scale symbol blinks. This button should be pressed only after replacing the battery or when irregular display of infor- mation occurs due to static electricity,etc. Once this button is pressed and all memory is erased, it will be necessary to set the wheel circumference, time, etc.
Stored data of trip distance D , elapsed time T , average speed A and maximum speed M are all reset to zero. In the total distance display mode, the current wheel circumference A or B is shown. How to measure the exact Wheel Circumference L Fig. Then ride the bike one full wheel revolution. Mark the ground at the end of one revolution and then measure the distance between the two marks. This measure is your actual wheel circumference. Or, the "Setting Val- ues Cross Reference Table" can help you to find out an approximate wheel circumference according to tire size.
Setting the Speed Scale Fig. Select any speed scale as desired and press SET button to complete the setting. Setting the Wheel Circumference Fig. One main unit can be used on two bicycles subject to buy another set of bracket and sensor. Two wheel circumferences, A mm and B mm, have been set be- fore the cyclocomputer left our factory. The A wheel circumference mm standard for 27 inch tire will blink as shown in fig.
If you want to enter mm and mm, simply press the SET button. If you want to change, press either the right button to increase or left button to decrease the number. To change the number rapidly keep the button pressed. Once you reach the setting you want, press the SET button. If you want to set a second circumfer- ence, press the left and right buttons together before pressing the SET button.
The wheel circumference mm is displayed and blinks fig. Set to a de- sired wheel circumference in the same manner as the first circumference set- ting and press SET button to complete the setting. Selecting one of the two Wheel Circumference Fig. Refer to the explanation of Auto Mode function. While keeping the right button pressed , press the SET button. The first wheel circumference measurement will be displayed for a few seconds, then the sec- ond setting will appear.
How to reset the Wheel Circumference Select the O mode and stop the measurement. Press SET button and the already set wheel circumference will blink on the sub-display. Setting the hour Clock Fig. Stop the measurement by pressing the right button. Press SET button and the minute display will start to blink. Press right button to select a minute time ahead of the current time by 1 to 2 minutes.
Next press left button and the hour will blink. Press right button to set to current hour time. Press SET button to complete the setting. If necessary, use either the 1mm or 2mm thick rubber pads according to the handlebar diameter. Mount the bracket as shown in fig. To remove the main unit, pull it forward while depressing the lever on bracket fig.
Adjust the position, clearance and direction as follows: 1 Insert the band B into the slit of the band A, and put the rubber pad inside of the band A fig. Adjust the length of the bands in order that the screw-fastening part of the bands is parallel when mounted to the fork fig.
If the space between front fork and spoke of your bike is big, use the spacer and long screw as in the fig. Then align the magnet with sensor zone fig. Meanwhile, the sensor shall aim at the main unit indicated by the triangle marked on the sensor.
Then tighten the screw to secure the sensor in position. Cut the excess sensor band B with scissors or the like. Check points for sensor mounting: 1. Keep a 5mm clearance between the sensor and magnet. The magnet surface shall align to the sensor zone. The triangle mark on the sensor shall aim at the main unit. TEST Mount the main unit on the bracket. Then spin the front wheel to make sure the wheel sensor pulse symbol flickers.
If it does not flicker, adjust the position of sensor until it flickers normally. The mounting is completed and the cyclocomputer is operational. The main unit receives, calculates and displays the data.
The approximate service hour of batteries is as follows: The main unit receiver : Approx. For best performance, the triangle mark on the sensor shall aim at the direction to the main unit.
The distance between the sensor and main unit must be kept within 45 cm. The signal reception range may shorten as a result of low ambient temperature or lowered battery power.
It is advisable to replace the sensor battery before it fails. The battery service hours quoted above is the average for a 45cm distance between the sensor and main unit. Riding near railroad crossings and trains. Riding in places where intensive electromagnetic wave or field exist, such as TV transmission station and radar installations.
When two bicycles carrying similar cyclocomputers are ridden side by side. Batteries are already loaded in the main unit and the sensor. How to replace battery in Main Unit Fig. Press AC button to erase all stored data and then redo the settings. How to replace battery in Sensor Fig.
Mount the sensor back to the bicycle and adjust to relative position, clearance and direction. Current Speed.
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