Smart Video Cycling Computer
User Manual
Language:English
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Index
For the New Users ......................................................................................... 5
Package Contents ................................................................................... 6
Standard Accessories ............................................................................ 6
Optional Accessories ............................................................................. 7
Product Overview ................................................................................... 8
Initial Power-up Setting .......................................................................... 9
Main Screen........................................................................................... 12
Status Bar....................................................................................... 13
Operation Mode Switching ........................................................... 14
Quick Access Menu ....................................................................... 18
Pre-Ride Setting .................................................................................... 19
Network Setting ............................................................................. 19
Wi-Fi Setting ................................................................................... 19
3G Setting....................................................................................... 21
Bike Setting .................................................................................... 23
GPS Setting .................................................................................... 24
Add Peripheral Wireless Device ................................................... 25
Add Heart Rate Strap..................................................................... 25
Add Combo Sensor ....................................................................... 26
Calibrate Altitude ........................................................................... 28
Map Download ...................................................................................... 30
Bike Mount Installation......................................................................... 33
Going for a Ride .................................................................................... 34
Upload Record ...................................................................................... 36
Device Mode ................................................................................................. 37
Device Mode Item Description ............................................................. 38
Record Setting ...................................................................................... 40
Auto Lap Count ..................................................................................... 40
Auto Pause ............................................................................................ 41
Record Auto Upload ............................................................................. 41
Video Setting ......................................................................................... 42
Video Length ......................................................................................... 42
Auto Video ............................................................................................. 42
Personalized Information Page ........................................................... 42
New Information Page .......................................................................... 43
Delete Information Page ....................................................................... 45
Change Layout ...................................................................................... 45
Navigation Mode .......................................................................................... 46
Download Route ................................................................................... 46
Group Ride ............................................................................................ 51
Form / Join Group Ride ........................................................................ 51
Invite Friends ........................................................................................ 54
Group Ride Tracking ............................................................................ 54
Withdraw Group Ride ........................................................................... 55
Smart-Sign™ Guidance ........................................................................ 56
Altimeter ................................................................................................ 58
Edit Field................................................................................................ 58
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Route Guidance .................................................................................... 59
Training Mode............................................................................................... 60
Select Mode ........................................................................................... 60
Edit Field................................................................................................ 61
Add Page ............................................................................................... 62
Delete Page ........................................................................................... 62
Xplova Cloud Services ................................................................................ 63
Personal Cloud Account ...................................................................... 64
Events .................................................................................................... 65
Register Events ............................................................................. 65
Delete Event (Activity) ................................................................... 68
Start Event ...................................................................................... 69
Event Tracking ............................................................................... 69
Route...................................................................................................... 70
My Route ........................................................................................ 70
Video ...................................................................................................... 70
Video List ....................................................................................... 71
Live Broadcast Video List ............................................................. 71
Number of Available Recordings.................................................. 72
Video Recording ............................................................................ 72
Smart Video .................................................................................... 73
Video Production ........................................................................... 75
Video Sharing................................................................................. 78
Activities ................................................................................................ 81
View Records ................................................................................. 81
Delete Records .............................................................................. 82
Edit Records .................................................................................. 83
Challenge Mode ............................................................................. 84
Upload Records ............................................................................. 86
Cloud Records ............................................................................... 87
Records Sharing ............................................................................ 88
Setting ........................................................................................................... 89
Basic Setting ......................................................................................... 89
Account .......................................................................................... 89
Profile ............................................................................................. 89
Bike Settings .................................................................................. 90
Device Settings .............................................................................. 90
My Map ........................................................................................... 90
Wireless Sensors ........................................................................... 90
Internet Connections ..................................................................... 90
Altitude Calibration........................................................................ 90
System Settings .................................................................................... 90
GPS ................................................................................................. 90
Display ............................................................................................ 90
Theme ............................................................................................. 90
Backlight On .................................................................................. 91
Brightness ...................................................................................... 91
Sleep (Screen off) .......................................................................... 91
Sounds ........................................................................................... 92
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Units................................................................................................ 92
Language........................................................................................ 92
Clear User Data .............................................................................. 92
Appendix ...................................................................................................... 94
Specification Table ............................................................................... 94
Descriptions of Customized Information Fields ................................ 96
Frequent Asked Question and Troubleshooting .............................. 102
Safety Laws and Regulations ............................................................ 104
Laws and Regulations Information Governing Wireless Internet Card
.............................................................................................................. 104
Limited Warranty................................................................................. 105
Declarations ............................................................................................... 106
Important Safety Instructions ............................................................ 106
Battery Warning .................................................................................. 106
Copyright ............................................................................................. 107
Disclaimer............................................................................................ 107
Purchase Information ......................................................................... 108
Trademark Identification .................................................................... 108
European Union Declaration of Conformity ..................................... 108
WEEE ................................................................................................... 108
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For the New Users
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Thank you for your purchase of Xplova X5 Smart Video Cycling Computer. In
this chapter, we will guide you step-by-step to know the X5, Setting, Installation
and how to use it.
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Package Contents
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Carefully unpack and check to make sure all of the following standard
accessories are included in the package. Optional accessories may vary
depending on the model, specifications, and purchase area. Please check your
purchase location as some accessories may vary depending on regions. For
more information, please contact Xplova retailers.
Standard Accessories
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Micro-USB Cable
Smart Video Cycling Computer X5
Quick Service Guides
Cycling Computer Bike Mount
Warranty Card
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Optional Accessories
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Heart Rate Sensor and Strap
Speed / Cadence Combo Sensor
◆Please contact Xplova retailers if you need to purchase any optional
accessories.
*Note: Please scan the QR Code to receive the latest information about Xplova
products.
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Product Overview
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
[Start/Stop] Button
[REC] Button
[Up/Down] Switch Button
SIM Card Slot
[Power] Button
6.
7.
8.
9.
[Mode] Button
Camera
Bike Mount Latch
Micro-USB Port (Cover rubber if
not charging)
*Note: Do not pull Micro-USB Port rubber cover forth too violently to break it
away and make sure to put back the rubber cover when you finish the
recharging process.
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Initial Power-up Setting
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1. Charging the Xplova X5: Before
using your Xplova X5, please
make sure it is fully charged using
the Micro-USB cable. To charge
your X5, simply plug the USB
cable to the port on the back of
X5.
*Note: Before using your device
for the first time, charge your X5
for at least 5 hours to ensure the
built-in battery is fully charged. If
using 5V1A charger, the charging
time may take approximately 3
hours.
2. Installing SIM Card: If you would
like to connect X5 with the
Internet using 3G, you must insert
a 3G SIM Card into its slot on X5
(at the location #4 on the previous
page of Product Overview).
3. Powering On: If the device has
sufficient power or in charging
mode, long press the [Power]
button until the power-up screen
is displayed.
4. Language Selection: After the
Welcome screen appears, select
your desired language.
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5. Time Zone Selection: It is
recommended to keep the default
setting [Set Automatically] in
which it will automatically use
GPS to locate your current time
zone.
6. Unit Selection: Select the
calculation unit [Metric] or
[Statute].
7. Network Configuration: To set
up the Wi-Fi, please refer to Wi-Fi
Setting. If 3G SIM Card is
inserted and Wi-Fi is also
available, X5 will use Wi-Fi as
first priority to save your data
usage.
*Note:If you are already
connected to the Internet, you will
be directed to Map Settings.
Please refer to [Map Download]
section for detailed information.
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8. Login: Log in with Xplova
Account or FB Account. You can
also register a new account at
Xplova official web site
(http://www.xplova.com/) or
Xplova Moment Mobile APP. You
can also skip and log in later.
9. Warning Screen: When the
Warning screen appears, tap [OK]
at the bottom of the screen after
finished reading.
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10. Home screen: When the home
screen appears, this indicates the
initial setup is now completed.
Main Screen
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Before you start to record your ride, you will see the cumulative cycling
kilometers at the bottom of the screen. After you start riding, it will display the
current riding time and distance.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
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Altitude
Speed
Heart Rate
Power
Status Bar
Slope
7. Cadence
8. Bike Name
9. Bike Odometer
10. Trip Time
11. Total Distance
Status Bar
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You can easily see the current device information and status from the X5
Status Bar Icon.
Status Bar
Icon
Description
Paired with Combo Cadence Sensor.
Paired with Heart Rate Strap Sensor.
Paired with Speed Sensor.
Activity Recording Paused.
Activity Recording Track Started.
Paired with Power Meter.
Lap Count / Segment.
USB Connected.
GPS ON.
Button Silenced.
Wireless Network Connected.
SIM Card Not Installed.
SIM Card Installed.
Power Level Display (Percentage).
Current Time.
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Operation Mode Switching
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Long press the [Power] button to turn on the device then you will enter
Device Mode.
Press the [Mode] button or swipe the screen to switch between modes.
Toggling the [Mode] button will display the following modes in sequence:
Device Mode, Navigation Mode, Training Mode, Device Mode... ; if you
swipe the screen left and right with a finger then the mode shall be
switched according to swiping pattern;
Short press [Power] to turn the screen off. If the recording is in progress, it
will continue recording. To turn the screen back on, just short press the
[Power] button again.
Device
Mode
Navigation
Mode
Training
Mode
*Note: To switch Navigation Mode, swipe the information list (below the map)
to switch the mode.
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Below provides brief instructions for 1)Three different Modes, 2) Screen
Description, and 3) Quick Access Menu.
Device Mode
Display time, distance, environment, and other activity
information with instrument panel or table.
In Device mode, press the [Up/Down] button or swipe the screen up and
down to switch to other activity information.
Device Mode
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Navigation Mode
Support offline maps, choose or find your current location,
obtain route related details, access SmartSign™ Guidance
information, and etc.
In Navigation mode, press the [Up/Down] button to switch to Altitude Table
or SmartSign™ Guidance page.
Smart-Sign™ List
Navigation Mode
Altitude Table
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Training Mode
Display primarily your performance data, such as time,
distance, heart rate, burned calories, and power along with
a real time graph.
In Training mode, press the [Up/Down] button or swipe the screen up and
down to switch to other training modes.
Quick Access Menu
Display the current settings of brightness and volume.You
can also go to advanced setting of bike, network, altitude,
GPS, and X5 settings.
In all three modes, swipe down from the Status Bar, or long press the
[Mode] button to access the Quick Access Menu.
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Quick Access Menu
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There are 2 methods to access the Quick Access Menu:
1. Swipe down from the Status Bar.
2. Press the [Mode] button for 1 second.
Quick Access Menu Icon
Description
Adjust the backlight brightness.
Adjust the volume level.
Bike Settings.
Wireless Network or 3G Settings.
Altitude Settings.
GPS Settings.
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Enter the current mode setting.
*Note: The available settings vary
depending on the current mode.
Profile Settings.
General Settings.
Pre-Ride Setting
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Follow the steps below to quick start your ride and record your journey.
1. Internet Setting (Preset Wi-Fi or Turn on 3G to facilitate uploading of ride
records.)
2. Confirm your Bike (Confirm and setup the bike name and information of this
ride).
3. Locate your GPS. (It is recommended to locate your GPS at an open air
area).
4. Pair your X5 with Heart Rate Belt or Combo Sensor (In order to record
more accurate ride information, the paired devices are different depending
on each rider's individual conditions and needs).
5. Altitude Calibration (Select the proper altitude point to calibrate).
6. Pre-Ride Setting Completed, Ready for the Ride!
*Note: Please refer to descriptions in the following chapters for advanced
functions such as download route, register for activities, smart video, etc.
Network Setting
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Enter Quick Access Menu. Tap
to enter Network Connection Settings;
select [Wi-Fi] or [3G]. For example, setting the Wi-Fi for the first time:
Wi-Fi Setting
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1. Tap Wi-Fi [ON/OFF] on the upper
right corner of Setting.
2. Press [Search For Wi-Fi
Network].
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3. Select the desired wireless
network. If password is required,
enter the password to connect.
4. After the password is verified, the
screen will display "Connected"
with a Wireless Network Icon on
the status bar.
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5. Tap the current connected
network, the wireless network
status and information will be
displayed.
*Note: Turn on Wi-Fi module
requires time; please wait 5 - 10
seconds to turn on Wi-Fi again
after turning off.
3G Setting
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1. Insert 3G SIM card. (4G could
also be compatible but only with
3G speed.)
2. Enter Quick Access Menu. Tap
to enter the Network
Connection Settings.
3. Tap [3G Setting > ON/OFF] on
the upper right corner.
*Note: By default, the [Cellular
Data] is OFF; turn it on in order to
use 3G data.
5. Data Usage Limit: You can set up
a limit for your data usage limit.
The network function will no
longer be available if the usage
exceeds the limit.
*Note: If 3G setting is OFF with
3G Card inserted, and 3G Card is
detected during X5 power-up,
then 3G will be turned on
automatically.
4. Enable Cellular Data: Please
make sure this setting is "ON" in
order to use 3G Internet Services.
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6. Data roaming: When travelling
abroad, you can turn on this
function to access Internet
through an overseas
telecommunications network with
your original SIM Card. The
Internet access will be charged
based on data usage, please pay
attention as the cost could be
expensive.
7. Access Point Name: Depending
on your carrier, it provides
multiple options to choose from.
You can set up an access point
by pressing the [+] sign on the
upper right corner.
8. Carrier: By default, it is set to
Automatic. However, it can also
be selected manually. Once the
manual connection is established,
the "Registered on network"
message will be displayed on the
screen.
Note:
1.When using 3G connection, the network signal icon will appear on the status
bar. If “!” appears, this indicates the data service connection is unavailable.
2.When using the data roaming service, the “R” icon appears on the status bar.
If “!” appears, this indicates the line data service connection is unavailable.
3.When you are abroad, make sure to check if data roaming service is enabled
when the “!” appears on the status bar. Doing so can help avoid unexpected
data roaming charges.
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Bike Setting
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1. Enter Quick Access Menu. Tap
to enter Bike Settings. You
will see all bike names that have
already been set up before and
the accumulated kilometers are
displayed below for each bike.
You also have options to add,
select, or delete a bike on this
page.
3. Enter your bike information,
including: Bike Name, Bike
Weight and Wheel Size. After
data is completed, [Complete] on
the upper right corner will turn
orange, tap [Complete] to save
the settings.
*Note: Name / Weight / Wheel
Size are required before adding
other information.
2. Tap the current bike name directly
to edit the information, or tap [+]
on the upper right corner to add a
new bike.
4. To delete a bike, tap [Trash] icon
on the upper right corner.
5. Select a Bike: Tap [...] option on
upper right corner, tap [Select a
Bike] to select the bike you want
to use. Then confirm the selection
by tapping [x] on upper left and
exit the page.
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GPS Setting
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1. Enter Quick Access Menu. Tap
to enter the GPS satellites
settings. Tap the [ON/OFF] button
to enable/disable the GPS
function. The satellite number
and signal strength will be shown
on this page. After GPS is turned
on, the GPS icon will appear on
the Status Bar.
2. The number on the screen
indicates the satellite number. If
the color displayed in grey, this
indicates weak signal. If the color
of the satellite number is
displayed with deep orange yellow – green:
 green indicates good signal
 yellow indicates medium
signal
 orange indicates acceptable
signal
The signal strength can also be
determined by the length of the
column below. If the signal is too
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weak to be determined, then it will
be displayed with a light color bar.
3. Reset GPS: In case of abnormal
positioning that takes too long
and is still unable to locate, such
as unable to locate at an open
area for more than five minutes,
tap [Reset GPS] to search for a
signal again.
4. Locating Completion Confirmed:
After GPS is located and you are
in Navigation mode, your current
location can be seen on the map
by a green dot. Alternatively, you
can tap
[Positioning] button
on the bottom left and the map
will immediately move to your
current location and display it on
the map. At this time, the color of
the positioning icon will turn blue.
Add Peripheral Wireless Device
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X5 has a built-in 2.4GHz ANT + digital wireless receiver which supports
standard ANT + wireless peripheral. The peripheral sensor information can be
accurately retrieved through digital wireless signal, with characteristics of low
power consumption and anti-interference. Currently, the supported ANT +
peripheral sensors are: Heart Rate Belt, Combo Sensor (including Speed and
Cadence), Cadence Sensor, Speed Sensor and Bike Power devices. Xplova
X5 also supports left/right foot power output display. For more details about
compatibility, please contact Xplova customer service at: service@xplova.com.
Add Heart Rate Strap
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1. Enter Quick Access Menu. Tap
to enter the Setting. Then
tap [Wireless Sensors].
the number of your connected
sensor.
8. After the heart rate belt is
connected, the gray color
heart-rate icon on the main
screen of the Device Mode will
turn into orange. This
icon
will also be displayed on the
Status Bar.
2. Select Heart Rate Belt and tap
[Search Again].
3. Install battery in the Heart Rate
Belt, wet the conductive rubber
part, and wear it on the chest.
Make sure the monitor segment
is placed in the middle of your
chest.
4. If available device is found, the
device number will appear on the
bottom.
5. Tap the desired device, the
operation icon will be moved to
the back of the available device
number.
6. Once it is successfully connected,
the message "Current Connected
Devices" and the device number
will appear on the top.
7. Return to [Wireless Sensors] and
the Heart Rate Belt will display
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Add Combo Sensor
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X5 supports all ANT + specification combo sensor. It is highly recommended to
use the combo sensor from the Xplova original optional accessories for the
best results. Combo sensor (including cadence and speed sensors) is installed
on the rear pedals and above the rear chain. After installation, it will detect your
speed and cadence accurately without being affected by weather or
topography. Please refer to the picture below or the instructions included with
the sensor to install the combo sensor.
1. Enter Quick Access Menu. Tap
to enter Settings. Then tap
[Wireless Sensors].
2. The first setting is Heart Rate Belt
and the second setting is your
currently selected bike. Tap "My
Bike" to enter.
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3. Tap [Combo Sensors] and select
[Search Again].
(the icon will also disappear from the
status bar).
4. Tap the desired device. The
operation icon will move to the
column of the available device
number.
7. After the combo sensor is paired,
the Status Bar will display
5. Wait until the pairing process is
completed, the screen will display
the number of the connected
device.
6. Return to My Bike page and the
Combo Sensor section will
display the paired sensor number.
If you would like to disconnect
with the device, long press the
sensor number of that device.
*Note: If you would like to disconnect
with the device, long press the
sensor number of the current paired
device. The call-to-action window will
pop up and you would be able to
disconnect the device you chosen
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corresponding icon
. In the
Device Mode, the speed and
cadence icons will appear in
orange color, indicating the
device has been paired
successfully.
*Note: If your power meter is paired
with X5, the “w” icon in the cycling
mode will also turn into orange.
Calibrate Altitude
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The X5 measures the altitude changes using a highly sensitive air
pressure sensor, and it can accurately detect the relative altitude and slope
changes during the ride. Since the changing conditions of weather and
temperature will affect the atmospheric pressure, the altimeter requires
calibration ahead of time. Altitude Settings Menu provides three preset altitude
points and the GPS location altitude. You can set up the altitude value of the
starting location ahead of time, and calibrate the altitude upon arrival at the
starting location. You can also use GPS to automatically calibrate the altitude,
which will ensure the accuracy of the record. When there is dramatic change in
the weather, such as typhoon or cold weather, the altitude change caused by
atmospheric pressure change could exceed 100 meters and the altitude
change caused by hourly atmospheric pressure could possible exceed tens of
meters. GPS altitude is affected by the terrain, weather and satellite position
significantly, average deviation is between 30 to 100 meters.
1. Enter Quick Access Menu. Tap
to enter Altitude.
Calibration. By default, it is set to
[Auto Calibration].
2. After the GPS is located, the
Current Altitude will show the
altitude of your GPS location.
4. If you know the altitude of the
current position, you can tap the
[Current Altitude] and enter the
current altitude value.
3. Switch the Auto calibration OFF.
Then perform manual calibration
to get more accurate altitude
value.
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5. Altitude Point has following four
options; use the
[Pen Icon] on
the upper right corner to edit the
altitude points:
■Own Point: Usually used to set
the altitude of own starting point.
■Altitude Point 1: Usually used to
set the altitude of daily regular
starting point.
■Altitude Point 2: Usually used to
set the altitude of non-regular
starting point.
■GPS Altitude: Altitude detected
by the satellite positioning.
6. Later, if you're ready to ride from
one of these locations, simply tap
the corresponding option to
complete altitude calibration.
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Map Download
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X5 enables you to download maps globally for free, so it is not necessary to
purchase additional map.X5 is preloaded with local map, but if you are
planning to use X5 in a foreign country, then you would need to download the
dedicated country map.
1. Enter Quick Access Menu. Tap
to enter Settings and tap
[My Maps].
2. Tap [Download Maps].
3. Tap the area of Continent, and
then enter the country map. For
the country of vast territory (such
as USA, Canada, Britain, France
and German, etc., it will enter the
next level of area. From the list of
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Maps, you can tap on any country
to download the map.
4. After tapping the map, the
confirmation window will pop up,
displaying the map file size and
the currently remaining space.
Tap [Download] to start
downloading the map and the
percentage of download will be
displayed. The download speed
depends on the speed of your
current Internet connection.
5. After the download is complete,
the list of downloaded map can
be viewed from [Downloaded
Maps].
6. Tap the
[Pen Icon] on the
upper right corner to select the
downloaded map that you want to
delete. Then tap Delete to
confirm.
* Note: If there is insufficient
memory space, X5 will display the
download failed message and
this indicates more memory
space is required. It is
recommended to delete the map
files that are not temporarily in
use to free up space.
*Note: If you want to stop in the
middle of the map download, tap
on the same option one more
time and you would be able to
cancel the download.
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*Note:In order to avoid you use up
all you 3G data when you
download your map, the original
setting is to download map only
when X5 is connected with Wi-Fi. If
you would like to download maps
with 3G data, please go to [My
Maps]> [Download map setting]
and turn off the option of [Only
download map in Wi-Fi mode].
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Bike Mount Installation
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X5 package includes bike mount, please install according to the following
steps:
1. Install the bike mount on the bike handle bar. Align it with the bike stem and
securely locked parallel with the ground level toward the front.
2. Place X5 toward right and align it with the bike mount; press downward and
turn 90-degrees counterclockwise to lock it in the bike mount.
3. After securely locked, X5’s camera will face front direction, same direction
as the bike stem.
*Note: Please turn clockwise to remove the X5 from the bike mount and
make sure the removal way is right to avoid the damage of rubber cover
and USB cable if you connect the mobile USB cable for recharging on it.
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Going for a Ride
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1. After the pre-ride setting is
completed, press [START/STOP]
on the main screen or any mode
to start recording the ride.
*Note: When Sound is turned on,
there will be a prompt sound
when adding a new segment.
3. Auto Pause Recording: If you
stop during the middle of a ride to
wait for a red light or walk your
bike, X5 will automatically pause
your recording. Once you resume
your exercise, it will automatically
resume recording for you. Make
sure to set the "Auto Pause"
setting in [Settings] > [Device
Settings] > [Activities].
*Note: If X5 is not on silent mode,
there will be a notification sound
once you start recording.
2. Lap Count: When you ride to your
desired segment point, press
[START/STOP] button again, it
will start a new segment. "Lap"
will be displayed at the bottom of
the screen.
* Note: Number of Lap Count is
for the current segment (Lap
Count) number, press the [START]
button again during recording can
count laps per segment allowing
you to distinguish your
performance between different
segments.
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* NOTE: By default, Auto Pause
function will automatically pause
recording when less than 2 km /
hour. However, you can also
manually set up this value.
4. Stop Recording: After the bike is
stopped, the X5 is in Auto Pause
status, long press [START/STOP]
button at this time will stop
recording. A pop up window will
notify you that the current activity
record is stored in the X5 device.
*Note: If X5 is not on silent mode,
there will be a notification sound
once you end recording.
5. Record Name: You can change
the record name or edit the name
later.
7. End Riding: Tap [X] on the upper
left corner to store the ride record
in the X5 and end the ride.
6. Privacy Setting: Each record has
its independent privacy settings,
may be set to public / my friends /
only myself:
■Public: Open for public viewing.
■My Friends: Only my friends can
see this record.
■Only myself: Only I can see this
record.
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Upload Record
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1. Upload Record: If you are
connected with Wi-Fi, Hotspot, or
3G data, you may select
uploading record immediately
after your ride by tapping the
[Upload] on the upper right
corner.
video. You can also select [Later]
to create the video later.
4. Inquire Uploaded Record: Enter
Cloud personal information and
select [Activities]. It will display
the records stored in X5 that have
not yet been uploaded. The
records will be removed after you
upload to the cloud storage.
Swipe the page down and tap
[More Activities] to obtain the
activity records that have been
already uploaded to your cloud
storage.
2. After your record is uploaded to
the cloud storage, a prompt
window will pop up to indicate the
successful upload. Now you can
access the cloud storage or use
Xplova Moment App to view the
activity record.
3. A window will pop up to ask if you
want to create live video. Tap [Yes]
to create a video. Refer to
"Produce Video" for more
information about creating a
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5. Refer to Activity Records for more
detailed information of uploaded
cloud records.
Device Mode
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By default, X5 will automatically enter "Device Mode" every time it is powered
on. In this mode, besides viewing all relevant ride information on the screen,
you can also swipe the screen to configure your personal display information.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Altitude
Speed
Heart Rate
Power
Status Bar
6. Slope
7. Cadence
8. Bike Name
9. Total Distance
10. Trip Time
In Device Mode, there are four categories shown in Measure Range Display:
Speed / Heart Rate / Cadence / Power. In addition to displaying the speed
value, the current speed can also be obtained from the Measure curve position.
In addition, there are five respective segments available for the Heart Rate /
Cadence / Power Ranges.
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Device Mode Item Description
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Item
Altitude
Description
Displays the current altitude, measured by using the built-in
barometric altimeter.
Slope
Displays the current slope (in percentage).
Speed
Displays the current speed (after the speed or combo sensor is
paired, "KM / H" will change color).
Heart Rate Displays the current heart rate (bpm) (after paired with the
heartbeat strap, the heartbeat icon will change color).
Power
Displays the current power output (W) (after paired with the
power meter, the icon "W" will change color).
Cadence
Displays the current cadence (rpm) (after paired with the
cadence or combo sensor, the cadence icon will change
color).
Riding Time Displays the riding time after the recording has been started
(deduct pause time).
Total
Records the total distance.
Distance
Bike Name Displays the set bike name.
Status Bar Displays the current status of the device. Please refer to the
[Status Bar] of the First Ride for New User.
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Alert Setting
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Enter the Quick Access Menu, select [Device Setting] > [Alert Setting] to set
Reminder / Warning messages, when any of the conditions exceeded during
the ride, the warning message will pop up on the screen to remind you the
condition shall be paying attention to!
1. In the Device Settings page,
select [Alerts].
2. Set different alert thresholds
according to individual conditions.
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* Note: The "Time" option will be
prompted with cumulative
calculation. As an example, the
interval setting is set to 10
minutes, it will display the prompt
once at 10/20/30/40/50 minutes
time. Other options will display
continuous prompts when the
condition exceeded. The
reminder will automatically stop
after the current reading is less
than its maximum limit.
3. After the recording starts and the
alert condition are met, the
prompt message will be displayed
instantly on the bottom of the
screen for ten seconds with beep
sound. This prompt function can
also be disabled by tapping [X].
Record Setting
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Enter Quick Access Menu. Tap
and select [Device Settings] >
[Activities] to enter the Activities
page. In this page, you can configure
the recording settings including Auto
Lap Count, Auto Pause, and Record
Auto Upload. Using the Smart Video
function, these settings can also be
configured during live video
recording for lap count.
Auto Lap Count
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Select [Auto Lap] and set the switch
to ON to enable the Auto Lap Count
option and enter the distance (in
kilometers). Once the recording
starts, it will automatically count laps
after the distance condition is met,
and start a new segment.
Turn on Auto Lap, Enter the
kilometers value; when recording
later, it will segment automatically
after the distance condition is met,
and start a new segment.
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Auto Pause
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This function will automatically
deduct rest or stop time when you
are riding, by default, this function
will automatically activate when the
speed is less than 2 km/hr. When the
speed is returned to higher than 2
km/h, the recording will continue
automatically. Using this function, it is
not necessary to pause manually in
order to keep an accurate record.
Select [Auto Pause] to configure the
setting.
* Note: Input "0" to disable the
function.
Record Auto Upload
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This function will automatically upload the current riding record to the cloud
storage when the recording is ended after you have completed the ride,
without interfered by pop up upload inquiry window to ensure real time data
security. Set the Auto Activity Upload switch to ON to enable this function.
* Note: Requires Wi-Fi or 3G connection to be uploaded automatically. If the
internet connection is not available when the recording is ended, the record will
be kept in the device.
* Note: Due to safeguard privacy and data security, when the recording is
automatically uploaded, the default privacy is set to [only you]. To change the
setting to public viewing, you have to manually change the setting in Privacy
Setting.
* Note: Once this function is enabled, those previous recorded files will not be
uploaded to the cloud storage and they will remain stored in the device.
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Video Setting
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Enter Quick Access Menu. Tap
and select [Device Settings] > [Smart
Video] to configure the video recording settings. Using the Auto Video feature,
it helps you capture the most exciting moments.
Video Length
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In the Smart Video page, select [Recording Duration] to specify the video
recording duration. Available options: 3/6/9 seconds.
Auto Video
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Please refer to [Smart Video] Section.
Personalized Information Page
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Besides the first page of Device Mode is set as the Instrument Panel Display
type, you can also customize other 2~5 pages of personalized information to
be displayed on the screen based on your different training needs.
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New Information Page
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1. Swipe up and down on the
Instrument Panel, the
Personalized Information Screen
appears.
2. Enter Quick Access Menu. Select
[Device Settings] to enter the
Device Settings page. Then tap
[Add a page].
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3. In Select your layout page, select
the desired page layout. These
different layouts contain 2~11
types of information. Please
select the layout that best fits
your needs.
4. In Edit page, tap the respective
field to set the information you
want to view.
5. After all fields are set with
information you need, tap [X] on
the upper left to complete setting.
*NOTE: You can add information up
to 4 pages. If the maximum pages
have been reached, the prompt
message will pop up and it is
necessary to delete one of the pages
before adding a new page.
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Delete Information Page
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Switch to the page you wish to delete.
Enter Quick Access Menu. Select
[Device Settings] to enter the Device
Settings page. Then tap [Delete a
page]. A confirmation message
appears; select [Ok] to confirm
deletion.
Change Layout
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Switch to the page you wish to change layout. Enter Quick Access Menu.
Select [Device Settings] to enter the Device Settings page. Then tap [Select
your layout]. Select the desired layout and assign the data you want to view on
each field. Once done, tap [X] to exit the current page...
* Note: Please refer to the Appendix Form for the available data of the
customized fields.
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Navigation Mode
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In this mode, you can view the relevant information of your current location and
bike route, etc. This Navigation Mode also supports offline map display.
Download Route
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There are tens of thousands of bike routes all over the places available on the
Xplova Cloud Platform, for the riders' reference and sharing. Using this feature,
you can now add more fun to your riding by simply connecting the device to
direct to the internet to download the available route and search other riders'
routes.
1. In Navigation Mode, enter [Quick
Access Menu] and select
[Navigation Mode Setting].
2. Select [Load routes] to enter the
Routes page.
3. The saved routes in this device
will appear in the beginning of the
List. The Routes which have
been previously selected will
appear here first.
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4. Tap [View More Routes] to search
Routes on the Cloud Platform.
The available routes is divided
into following four categories:
■My Custom Routes: Bike Routes
is created by myself (Please login
Xplova website: www.xplova.com
to plan your routes).
■Nearby Routes: Search the
available bike route near to your
current location, listed from near
to far.
■My Favorite Routes: Allow to
collect the bike routes to be
shared with other riders through
[Collection] Function. Collected
Routes will be displayed here.
■Recommended Routes: Xplova
officially recommended Bike
Routes.
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■Search Route: Tap
[Search
Icon] on the top right corner to
search the route by entering the
keyword.
Enter Route Name
* Note: Continue to swipe down
on the Route List, more relevant
routes will be listed.
* Note: During offline, the fixed
thumbnail map will appear in front
of the Route.
* Note: In case GPS is not
positioned, tap [Nearby Route]
will not able to search any route.
If this occurs, please wait after
GPS is positioned, then try to use
this function again.
5. Route Information: Select any
route, the map screen on the top
will display this Route and then
mark it with SmartSign™. The
Route Information on the bottom
has the following information:
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■Starting point: Indicates the
Location and Information of the
Route Starting Point. Tap to
display the Starting Point in the
middle of the map.
■Total Distance: The total
distance of this Route.
■Level of Difficulty: Represents
the difficulty of the Route, the
larger that number, the more
difficult the Route.
■Total Climb / Total Descent: Total
distance of the Climb and
Descent of this Route.
■SmartSign™: The Number of
Smart Signs included in this
Route.
■Exercise Record: The number of
public record that people is using
this Route. Tap to view the rider's
public record results.
■Riders currently on this Route:
The number of people currently
riding this Route. Tap to view the
riders' information.
* Note: If you want to collect the
Route, tap [Bookmark Icon] on
the top right corner. When the
bookmark changes color, it
indicates the collection is
successful.
* Note: If the device is not
connected to the Internet,
[Exercise Record] and [Riders
Currently on this Route] items will
be hidden.
6. The Altitude Variation Chart: In
Route Information, tap [Total
Climb/Total Descent] to display
the Altitude Variation of this Route.
It notifies the uphill/downhill
slopes location, the highest
altitude (in kilometers) in this
Route, etc.
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* Note: Use your finger to drag on
the touch panel of this screen to
zoom in / out the Altitude
Variation Chart.
7. The SmartSign™ List: In the
Route Information, tap [Smart
Sign] to view the SmartSign™
Information in this Route.
8. Select Route: Tap [Ride This
Route] to change the screen to
Map Navigation display. The Bike
Route which has been marked
with various Smart Sign's, its
Route is represented in blue, in
which the green dot represents
own location and the nearest
SmartSign™ appears on the top
panel. When the prompt window
is displayed on the bottom, tap
[START] to start recording your
exercise.
9. After you ride to the Starting Point
of the Route, the system will
automatically lists the next three
Smart Signs you will be passing
by and the relevant information to
assist your ride.
* Note: During the course of riding,
you can tap [Smart Sign] to guide
you to the Attraction Location and
offer more information about the
location.
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Group Ride
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When you are riding a route with a group of riders or doing routine training, you
can use the [Group Ride] function, to display and track everyone's location and
riding condition, who are the persons in front of me or behind me!
Form / Join Group Ride
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1. In Navigation mode, swipe down
the Status Bar or long press
[Mode] to enter Quick Access
Menu. Tap [Navigation Settings].
2. Select [Group Ride] and tap
[Create] to form the Group, or
[Join] to join other's Group Ride.
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3. Form Group Ride: A screen that
contains the QR code and Group
Ride password will appear. You
can show QR Code to your
friends nearby to use [Join Group
Ride] function to scan the QR
Code to join the Group; or use
other sharing application to send
the Group Ride Password to your
friends to join the Ride Group.
to scan the QR Code to join
Group Ride. Then the Notification
Confirmation for the Joined
Group Rider will be displayed,
selects [Confirm to Join] to Join
Group Ride.
* Note: A prompt message will
pop up to ask the leader who
formed the group ride whether to
download the route of this ride
directly. After selecting the route
according to the prompt, then the
riders joined later can simply
download the preset route. You
can also select [Cancel] without
preset the Group Ride Route and
waiting for everyone to join the
Group Ride. Then download their
Route individually.
4. Join Group Ride: The Group Ride
Password is set as the default
method to join the Group Ride.
You can also tap [Scan QR Code]
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7. Member to view the member's
personal information, published
route or exercise record: Tap the
Member's thumbnail picture to
view the Member's enlarged
picture.
5. Group Ride Members: In this List,
you can view the Joined Rider's
picture and name from the Group
Ride Members.
6. Everyone: Tap [START] to start
recording. After a certain period
of time, other Group Ride
Members will upload their
location to the Cloud Server; the
other members' locations will be
displayed after X5 received the
information. (Depending on the
Internet connection, you may
have to wait for while in order to
view the other members'
locations).
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8. Return to the Navigation mode
and tap the Display
icon on
the upper left corner. This Quick
Access lists the Members you are
currently tracking. Tap the
Member you want to view the
Map will then be moved to the
current location of the Member.
Invite Friends
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To invite other friends to join the
Group Ride, enter [Group Ride
Member] and tap the [QR Code] icon
on the upper right corner, to display
the Invitation page and let others join
the group using the QR Code or
Group Ride Password.
Group Ride Tracking
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After pressing the START/STOP
button to start recording, swipe down
the status bar and select [Tracking
Settings]. The system will
automatically add the [Show
Trackings] option that allows you to
view the riding partners' relative
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locations during your course of
riding.
Tap [Group Members] to enter the
Member list. To enable/disable the
tracking function, tap the icon next to
the member.
Indicates his/her current
location will appear on the map.
indicates his/her current
location will not visible on the
map
* Note: You can only track up to 5
members.
Withdraw Group Ride
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To withdraw from the Group Ride,
swipe down the status bar and select
[Tracking Settings] > [Withdraw from
Group Ride]. A confirmation
message appears, and then taps [Ok]
to leave the group.
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Smart-Sign™ Guidance
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During the course of ride recording, the Xplova's patented Smart-Sign™
Guidance will list the key attractions of each Route. In addition to the up /
downhill, you can also add supply stations, rest areas, and other SmartSign™
prompts and graphics when you are planning Route on the Xplova Cloud
Platform. Xplova provides a variety of categories and icons to help you mark
each type of road condition prompt, and will also display the Route Attitude
Chart, to enhance your riding safety! The illustration below is a Route with
Smart Signs and labels described as follows:
regardless where the Map is
dragged.
[Route Map]: Tap to restore the
route display to 100% shown in the
center of the screen.
[Compass]: Tap to change to
two settings of Forward / North.
■Bottom Section: Display the
information. These fields can also be
customized, please refer to [Edit
Field] settings.
■Top Section: This section contains
the label and information of next
three SmartSign™ in the Route.
■Middle Section: Contains Map and
Route Map where you can drag or
swipe the map, or tap
to use the
Zoom in/out function in the lower
right corner.
The other icons are:
[Positioning Point]: Tap to return
to your positioned location
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After the Route is downloaded and
start recording, press physical [Up
Switch Button] to open [Smart Sign
List]. You can swipe up and down to
view more options in the List. The
SmartSign™ List displays the name,
relevant information, content of each
SmartSign™, and the distance from
the route Starting Point to this
SmartSign™.
** Note: In the SmartSign™ List,
press physical [Down Switch Button]
to switch back to the original
Navigation Mode screen.
Tap [Smart Sign] to enter the Map
screen of the SmartSign™ in the
Route, displaying the relevant
location, and information of the
Route.
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Altimeter
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After downloading Route and start
recording, press physical [Down
Switch Button] to turn on [Altimeter].
This meter displays the current
altitude of this Route, with relative
SmartSign™ displayed on the top
panel that can be zoomed in and out
for viewing the relative elevation and
route distance of each SmartSign™
location.
* Note: In the Altimeter page, press
physical [Up Switch Button] to switch
back to the original Navigation Mode
screen.
Edit Field
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In Navigation mode, two information
fields below the Map can be
customized according to your
preference. Enter Quick Access
Menu and tap [Navigation Settings].
Then tap [Edit] to select the
respective field you want to change
and specify the display information
you want to customize.
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Route Guidance
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Download your Favorite Route and
the Route Guidance feature of X5 will
direct you in every turns of your ride
and prompt the Smart-Signs™ on
our map. When you approach an
intersection or a turn, the Route
Guidance feature will head you up
beforehand to ensure you always
stay on right course on your journey.
The Route Guidance will ensure your
next Smart-Sign™ displayed on map,
when you accurately ride pass the
previous point of interest.
*Note: This is a new function of X5 only available in RC06 software version. To
use the function, please update your software to the latest version and re-edit
and save the route on Xplova.com. The Route Guidance feature will base on
the newly save routes giving you timely direction.
*Note: This new version added more graphical images to direct your routes.
Tap into the Edit Route section on Xplova.com to edit and save the route file,
the new Route Guidance will apply accordingly. However, please pay attention
that any route sections with "Direct line" mode is not supported by the Route
Guidance .
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Training Mode
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In Training mode, you can view the real-time changes in physiological data.
The differences between with the data shown in the Device mode is that the
riding condition within a short period of time can be presented through the
Curve diagram of data changes in Training mode, during the course of ride.
Also, you can also obtain the data of heart rate/calories burned/power and the
physical fitness status.
Select Mode
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In Training mode, there are five
categories available on the main
screen, including Time, Distance,
Heart Rate, Calories Burned, and
Power Mode. To select you training
mode, swipe down the status bar and
select [Training Settings] > [Select
Mode].
* Note: The first field at the top of
each mode is fixed and cannot be
customized or changed. Only one of
the above five modes can be
selected and the remaining
information fields can be changed.
Please refer to [Edit Field] for the
adjustment method.
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Edit Field
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In Training mode, only the two
bottom fields can be customized to
display your favorite information.
Enter Quick Access Menu and select
[Training Settings] > [Edit]. Select the
field you want to change, and then
select the desired data you want to
display on the respective field.
* Note: Please refer to the appendix
for the customized field information.
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Add Page
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If you want to add a new training
page, please follow the method
below to add Training page:
1. Enter Quick Access Menu and
tap [Training Settings]. Then
select [Add a page].
2. Select the mode of page to be
added.
3. Edit the field to customize the
information you want to display
on the screen.
4. After adjustment is completed,
tap [X] to exit.
*Note: The maximum total pages of
Training mode is 4. If a new page is
required after it has already reached
4 pages, please delete one of the
pages before adding a new page.
Delete Page
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1. Enter Quick Access Menu and
tap [Training Settings]. Then
select [Delete a page].
2. A confirmation message appears;
tap [Ok] to confirm deletion.
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Xplova Cloud Services
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We provide Xplova Cloud Services that you can easily check the profile and
information on the cloud.You can check your profile in X5 by following steps:
Enter Quick Access Menu and tap
to access your profile information,
including: Picture/Name, Events, Routes, Videos, and Activities.
*Note: Tap the thumbnail image to view your current profile picture. Please visit
Xplova Official Web Site to change your picture if necessary.
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Personal Cloud Account
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All Xplova equipment can share a single Cloud Account.No matter which
model of Xplova equipment you have, everyone can be signed in with this
Cloud Account, download Cloud information instantly, and synchronize the
update of information! Reduce the shortcomings of duplicate the records when
changing equipment in the traditional way.
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Events
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X5 can browse, search, or join all kinds of riding events on the Cloud Platform
directly, or search for personal events arrangement. You can also access
Xplova Web Site to create your own events (Please visit Xplova Web Site:
http://www.Xplova.com/index.php)
Register Events
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You can register or create an event on the Xplova Web Site. You can also
search and register for events real time with X5! Registration steps are as
follows:
1. Enter the Profile page and tap
[Events]. The events you have
downloaded before will be
displayed first.
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*Note: The participated events
can be deleted by tapping [ ] >
[Delete my saved events].
2. Tap [More Events] will view the
following categories:
■Joined Events: The events I
have registered and participated.
■My Favorite Events: Use the
Bookmark function to save events
for future browsing.
■Popular Events: Show the
popular events.
■Search Events: Tap
to
search for an event.
4. It displays the relevant details of
this event with following
information:
*Note: The listed events from the
Search Events will be included in
the completed events from the
past.
3. Tap [Popular Events] to select the
events you want to participate.
■Event Info: Display the activity
description, main information,
Activity Sketch map, title,
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gathering location, and current
number of registrations.
■I want to Participate: Tap
[REGISTER] to join.
■Registration Deadline: Display
the ending of registration time.
■Time: Display the event
schedule.
■Meeting Place: Display the
gathering location of the event.
■Participants: Display the number
of people registered for this event.
Select a participant to view
his/her information.
■Host: Display the information
about the event host. Tap to view
the published routes or activities
of the host; or send the invitation
to you friend.
■Routes: Display the riding route
of this event. Tap to view the
details of the route information,
SmartSign™, etc. You can also
download the route to try out
riding. Please refer to [Download
Route] Section.
■Event Details: Display the detail
description of this event.
5. After viewing through the Route
information, please tap
if you want
to register for the event. A "Joined
Successfully" message will
appear, indicating the successful
registration.
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6. If you have not decided whether
to participate the event or not, it is
recommended to check the
bookmark icon to save this event
for later decision. After the saving
is complete, the bookmark icon
color will change to orange.
When you are certain you want to
participate the event in the future,
you may enter [My Favorite
Events] directly and check the
Event list to search and
participate the event.
7. If you want to withdraw from the
event, tap [Events] and select the
event. Then tap [ ] > [Withdraw].
When the prompt message
appears, tap [Yes] to quit the
event.
8. After registering the event, you
can check the list of events you
have registered and participated
in [Joined Events].
Delete Event (Activity)
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In Joined Events page, you may refer
to the Section above to withdraw
from an event or several events at
the same time. Tap [ ] > [Edit Events].
All events you have participated will
be displayed. For the event List that
has not yet held, you can select
several events to delete. Then tap
[Delete] to delete the selected events.
The system will help you withdraw
from those events according to its
order.
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Start Event
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You can inquire into the events your have registered in [Events] -> [More
Events] -> [My Events]; the name of current event will be displayed in orange.
You can tap the event information, select [Start] to start event directly.
Colors of the Event Titles have
following three meanings:
■Black: Event is not yet started.
■Orange: Event is in progress;
please tap Event to start riding.
■Grey: Event is ended.
Event Tracking
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Once joining the event and starting riding, you can directly use X5 to track
other riders in the same event. No need to activate [Group Ride] to join event
and tracking live!
You can view and track each other’s
positions in the navigation mode as
soon as they all join the same event
and start riding!
*Note: This is a new feature of X5
only available in RC06 software
version. To use this new feature,
please update your device software
to the latest version.
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Route
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X5 can obtain tens of thousands of routes everywhere from the Cloud Platform
with this function. Through 3G internet connection outdoor, you can search,
download and ride the route in real time, without prior file uploading. You can
directly download route when you are outdoors. You can plan your own private
route before downloading, or browse the latest private routes shared by other
riders!
My Route
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Please refer to [Download Route] Section.
Video
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You can watch the produced live
broadcast videos, or manage videos,
view the number of available
recordings, and more. The page
consists of following three categories:
video source material, live broadcast
video list, and the number of
available recording videos.
To view the recorded videos, enter
Quick Access Menu and select
>
[Videos] > [Video Clips]. Select the
desired video and tap
to start the
video playback.
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Video List
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In Video list, you can either view or
delete the video(s).
To delete the video(s), do the
following:
1. Tap [ ] and select [Edit] to enter
the selection page.
2. Select the video(s) for want to
delete, and then tap [Delete].
3. A confirmation message will
appear on the screen. Tap [Yes]
to confirm the deletion.
Live Broadcast Video List
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In Video List, it will display the
produced Live Broadcast Video List.
You can tap
to play the video or
tap
to delete the live broadcast
video.
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Number of Available Recordings
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The display information on the
bottom panel indicates the remaining
number of available recordings
based on the current recording time
(in seconds). In case of insufficient
spaces, please upload the videos to
Cloud platform, and then delete the
files to allocate more spaces.
Video Recording
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During the ride, if you saw beautiful
scenery or passed by a special
attraction that you want to keep the
memory, you can press the [REC]
button and X5 will help you record
this exciting moment. After started
recording, press [REC] button in any
mode to switch to X5 Wide Angle
Camera screen and start recording.
The length of the recording time can
also set at your preference. Please
refer to the [Recording Setting]
Section.
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Smart Video
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If the scenery of this planned riding route is beautiful, but the route has
continuous, more difficult and steep uphill, then it will be difficult to be
distracted by manual recording while paying attention to sprint forward with
climbing uphill. Therefore, it is recommended to use the Smart Video function
that takes the preset Heart Rate / Climbing Uphill Speed / Cadence, and other
conditions into account while you enjoying the ride, and let X5 to help you
recording your video automatically! To configure the setting, do the following:
1. Enter Quick Access Menu. Tap
and select [Device Settings].
2. Tap [Smart Video].
3. Tap [Auto REC] and set the
switch to ON to enable the Auto
Video Recording (Auto REC)
function.
4. Configure the necessary settings
that will be used to trigger the
Auto REC function.
For example, [Speed] option will
be used to trigger the recording.
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Select [Speed] and set the switch
to “ON” to activate the function.
Then enter the target speed (in
km/h).
5. If the value you entered is too low,
it will trigger video recording
continuously and the memory
space will be reduced rapidly.
When the system detects the
value is too low that might cause
continuous video recording
condition, a confirmation
message will appear, asking you
to reconfirm. Please verify if the
value is correct, then press [Save]
to save the setting, or tap [Edit] to
enter the value again.
6. The available options are:
■HR (Heart Rate) - Start the video
recording when the Heart Rate is
higher than the set value. (190
beats / minute).
■Ascent Slope – Start the video
recording when the uphill slope is
higher than the set value. (8%)
■Descent Slope - Start the video
recording when the downhill
slope is higher than the set value.
(11%)
■Speed - Start the video
recording when the speed is
higher than the set value. (35
km/h)
■Cadence - Start the video
recording when the cadence is
higher than the set value. (100
RPM)
■Power - Start the video
recording when the power is
higher than the set value. (300W)
■When a new activity starts Enable this option to allow the
system to start one segment of
the video recording
simultaneously when the exercise
starts.
■When a new lap begins Enable this option to allow the
system to start the video
recording simultaneously when a
new lap starts.
*Note: The value in the
parameters is the default value
for recommended lowest
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threshold, otherwise, it is easy to
trigger the recording and
consume available memory
space rapidly.
*Note: Prior to departure, it is
recommended to take the route and
your physical condition into
consideration to set or fine tune the
Smart Video trigger condition in order
to achieve the best result.
Video Production
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After the ride has ended, the exercise record will first store in X5 memory.
When the internet connection is available, the exercise record will be uploaded
to the Cloud platform automatically.
2. Select the Segment: Select the
segment of the live video you
want to create. You can select up
to eight segments and tap [Next]
to continue.
1. Produce Live Broadcast Video:
After the Internet is connected,
select the record to be uploaded
and tap [Upload]. After the file is
successfully uploaded, a
message appears and taps [Yes]
to continue.
When the “Create a live video”
message appears, tap [Yes] to
create a live video.
3. Video Title: Enter the video title
and description.
*Note: When [Later] is selected
this time, if then you want to
upload the live video, it is
necessary to enter the Cloud
platform to open the uploaded
activities and go to the bottom
panel to select [CREATE VIDEO].
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4. Video Production: Tap [Done], the
"Creating" message will appear,
indicating the video is being
produced in the background
process.
*Note: Since the video production
is a background process and
uses a lot of resources, it is
recommended not to start
creating the live video while
recording the course of riding.
5. Watch Live Video: After the video
production is complete, the
prompt message will appear, tap
[Watch] to start the video
playback.
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6. Upload Video: After the video
production is complete, press
[Upload] to upload the video.
The "Video uploading..."
message appears on the screen,
indicating the video uploading is
in progress.
7. After the video is successfully
uploaded, a prompt message will
appear to notify the completion.
Tap [Yes] to close the message.
* Note: After the video production
is completed, the Video icon will
appear in the original record
tracking map, reminding you can
watch the selected video in
record.
The
Video icon will appear
behind the record to indicate that
this record contains live
broadcast video.
8. Below the record, the latest
produced live video appears and
you can tap
to play the video
directly.
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*Note: If you want to create
another live video in the same
record, open the activity you want
to add another video and go to
the bottom of this activity; tap
[CREATE VIDEO] to start
producing another live video. The
rest of the video creating steps
are the similar as the steps
described above.
Video Sharing
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After you completed your ride and create a live video, you can use the Video
Sharing function to upload the video to Facebook to let more friends to watch
your live broadcast video. Steps are as follows:
1. Enter Quick Access Menu and
select
> [Activities] > select
any record that you want to share.
The live video will have the
icon next to it.
3. Tap the video name. You can
view the number of people who
click "Like" or "Viewed" and left a
comment. You can also leave a
comment as well.
2. Swipe to the bottom screen to
view the live video that has been
created previously.
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4. Tap [ ] > [Share] to share the live
video through Facebook.
5. After sign in with your Facebook
account, it will ask you to
authorize Xplova and tap [OK].
After confirmation, it allows you to
share the live video through
Facebook.
*Note: If there is a need to
change the name and content of
this live video, tap [Edit] to do
perform the necessary changes,
you can also delete this video
here as well.
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6. After successful sharing, X5 will
display "Sharing Successful". You
can then use your mobile phone
to view the live video just
uploaded to Facebook.
7. Select the Facebook post that
contains the live video and click
the video screen to start the video
playback.
*Note: If there is a need to add or change the content of live broadcast video
post (for example: add Mood icon, set landmark/check-in, change post
contents, privacy setting, tag friend, etc.), please go to Facebook and tap [Edit
Post] to perform the necessary changes.
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Activities
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You can view the past riding tracks
and record diagram, upload/edit
records, view the Cloud platform
records, file sharing, Facebook, etc.,
in the Activities page.
Enter Quick Access Menu and select
> [Activities] to enter the Activities
page.
View Records
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Enter the Activities page. The saved
records (not yet uploaded) in X5 will
appear first. Tap [More Activities] to
search the records that have already
uploaded to Cloud platform. Then tap
any one of the record to view the
detail information of this record.
The Activity Details is divided into the
following parts: Name, Time, Route, Trip
Time, Total Distance, Average Speed,
Average Heart Rate, Average Cadence,
Average Power, Altitude Variation,
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Temperature Variation, Average Lap Speed,
Privacy Settings, and Live Video.
Among them, you can tap the
Average Speed / Heart Rate /
Cadence / Power Sections to
enter and view the Analysis
Curve diagram. If there is a live
video available, then the video
icon will appear in the Analysis
diagram. You can tap the icon to
view the live video.
*Note: Tap [CREATE VIDEO] to
continue producing the live video.
For more details, please refer to
[Video Production] section.
Delete Records
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■Delete Single Record: Tap one
record you want to delete. Tap [ ]
> [Delete]. A confirmation
message will appear, and then
tap [Yes] to delete this record.
■Delete Multiple Records: In the
Cloud Activities list, tap [ ] >
[Delete]. Select the uploaded
records you want to delete and
tap [Delete]. A confirmation
message will appear, and then
tap [Yes] to confirm deletion. The
selected records will be deleted.
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■Delete All: In the Activities list,
tap [ ] > [Delete all]. A
confirmation message will appear,
and then tap [Delete] to delete all
saved records in X5.
Edit Records
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The name and privacy setting of the
uploaded records can be modified. In
the Cloud Activities list, select the
record you want to edit. Then tap [ ] >
[Edit]. Then you can modify the name
and privacy settings of this record.
Once complete, tap [Done] to save
the changes.
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Challenge Mode
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Maintain your peak performance by using Challenge Mode! You can
challenge all types of riding records, whether the public records of your friends
or other members, or your personal records uploaded to the cloud before.
Tap [ ] to activate Challenge Mode while checking activity records.
Challenge Mode Information List will pop up on top of the map including profile
photo and name of the record holder. When you are near the starting point of
this record, the record holder's photo will be displayed on the map, and you
can start challenging right away!
After starting a challenging, the estimated time and current distance
differences will be calculated and displayed at the back end of the Challenge
Mode Information List.
■
:Red Arrow pointing upward
represents that you are currently
ahead
■
: Black Arrow pointing
downward represents that you are
currently behind.
■
:The photo of the one being
challenged.
■
: The differences
of time and current distance between
each other.
■Tap the blue box in Challenge Mode,
the map will automatically zoom in to
show you and record holder’s
positions to an appropriate scale, so
that you can clearly on top of relative
positions in between.
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Press START/STOP key after the ride. It will end the Challenge Mode and
display the results of this challenge based on the completion rate and time of
this Record.
*Note: This is a new feature of X5 only available in RC06 software version. To
use this new feature, please update your device software to the latest version.
*Note: The challenge will be considered failed if the challenge completion rate
is less than 80%.
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Upload Records
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■Upload Single Record: In the
Activities list, select the record
you want to upload. Then tap [ ] >
[Upload Records]. After entering
the name and configuring the
privacy settings, tap [Upload] to
upload the selected file.
After completion, the Upload
Successful prompt message will
be displayed.
■Upload All Records: In the
Activities list, tap [ ] > [Upload all
activities].
A confirmation message will
appear, and then tap [Upload] to
continue. The system will upload
all records to the Cloud platform.
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Cloud Records
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The Cloud Record is divided into
four categories: Upper Statistics
section, This activity is not
uploaded, This week activities,
and Previous activities.
■ This activity is not uploaded:
Those records are saved in X5
and have not yet uploaded to the
Cloud platform appear first in the
list.
■ This week activities: The
records of this week will be
displayed and sorted according to
the recording time.
■ Previous activities: The records
before this week will be displayed
and sorted according to the
recording time.
■Upper Statistics section: It will
display the Total Exercise Time,
Total Exercise Distance, Number
of Exercises, and Calories
Burned for the last four weeks.
History Record information before
the last four weeks will be
displayed on monthly basis.
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Records Sharing
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You can manage the records that
have already been uploaded to the
Cloud platform. Simply tap [ ] to
edit/delete the record or share the
records through Facebook.
■Edit: You can change the name
and privacy settings for the Cloud
records.
■Facebook Records Sharing Hint:
■Share to Facebook: After signed
in your Facebook Account and
agrees with Xplova authorization,
you can share your exercise
record through Facebook.
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After tapping Facebook post
content, the shared exercise
records appears on the screen
and you can further view the
exercise details.
Setting
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Basic Setting
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X5 Basic Settings includes Account, Profile, Bike Settings, Device Settings, My
Map, Wireless Sensors, Internet Connection, Altitude Calibration, and System
Settings.
Enter Quick Access Menu. Tap
to enter the Settings page.
Profile
You can change the following profile
data, including Height, Weight,
Gender, Age, Maximum Heart Rate,
Resting Heart Rate, Cadence, and
Power.
In addition, update buttons on the
upper right side are:
■Download Physical Information
(Down Arrow icon): Tap to download
the profile data from Cloud platform
to X5.
■Upload Physical Information (Up
Arrow icon): Tap to upload the profile
data from X5 to Cloud platform.
*Note: After entering the maximum
Heart Rate, the Heart Rate range will
appear on the bottom panel after its
automatic calculation.
Account
You can edit your Username, Name,
Birthday, or Password. Tap [ ] > [Log
out] to sign out of your account.
*Note: Change of the profile picture
is not supported on the device. If
there is a need to change the profile
picture, please visit the official
website or use cell phone APP to
change your profile picture.
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*Note: To obtain the Resting Heart
Rate measurement, please wear
your heart rate belt and follow the
on-screen instructions shown on X5.
Make sure you lie down and relax for
at least for 15 minutes before
measuring the Resting Heart Rate.
*Note: For Power Testing, please
connect the Power Meter and follow
the on-screen instructions on X5 to
start measuring FTP Value.
Wireless Sensors
Please refer to [Bike Settings] in the
"First Ride for the New Users ".
You can configure the Heart Rate
Belt and other Sensors settings.
Please refer to [Add Peripheral
Wireless Device] in the "First Ride for
the New Users ".
Device Settings
Internet Connections
Please refer to [Device Setting] in the
Device Mode.
You can configure the internet
connection, including Wi-Fi setting
and 3G setting. Please refer to
[Network Settings] in the "First Ride
for the New Users ".
Bike Settings
My Map
Please refer to [Map Download] in
the "First Ride for the New Users ".
Altitude Calibration
Please refer to [Calibrate Altitude] in
the "First Ride for the New Users ".
System Settings
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GPS
Please refer to [GPS Settings] in
"First Ride for the New Users ".
Display
You can adjust the theme, backlight
time, and backlight brightness.
Theme
Adjust the theme colors of the
display.
■Auto: Automatically switch the color
tone of the display based on the
detected Sunrise and Sunset time
after the GPS is positioned.
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■Black: Use Black as the background
color for the Operation Interface. It is
recommended using this setting at
night. Please refer to the Schematic
diagram.
■White: Use White as the
background color for the Operation
Interface. It is recommended using
this setting during the day. Please
refer to the Schematic Diagram.
■Auto-Brightness: Enable this
function to automatically adjust the
backlight brightness according to the
surrounding lighting.
*Note: When the Auto-Brightness
function is enabled, it will adjust the
backlight brightness automatically. If
you have manually adjusted the
brightness level in Quick Access
Menu, it will maintain the preset
brightness level for about 60
seconds, and then it returns to the
Automatic Brightness adjustment. If it
is necessary to keep the manual
brightness level, please disable the
[Auto-Brightness] function.
*Note: When the setting is set to
[Automatic] and the GPS Positioning
is not completed, then the color tone
will be determined by the local time
(From 06:00 am to 18:00 pm, the
display color is white; otherwise, the
display color is black).
Backlight On
Turn off the Backlight when the time
is up to reduce the power
consumption. You can adjust the
desired backlight time according to
your usage. Available options are: 15
seconds, 30 seconds, 1 minute, 2
minutes, and Always.
Brightness
Drag the sliding bar to set backlight
brightness according to your
preference.
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Sleep (Screen off)
If X5 is left idle and you forgot to turn
off the device, it will continue to
consume power.
■10 mins / 30 mins / 1 hour:
Automatically turn off the screen after
the specified time.
■Never: Never be screen off.
*Note: While the recording is in
progress, this function will not take
effect. For example, if you turn off
backlight or set hibernate to 10
minutes, the device will not hibernate
nor turn off the screen after 10
minutes. The time of hibernate
counting starts only after the
recording is ended.
Sounds
Language
Sounds are generated when
controlling and operating the device.
■Keyboard Clicks: Whether to
generate sound when the keyboard
is pressed. You can set it to ON/OFF.
■Touch Sounds: Whether to generate
sound when operating the touch
panel. You can set it to ON/OFF.
■Volume: You can drag the sliding
bar to set the volume level.
You can set the display language of
operating interface.
*Note: Volume can be used to adjust
the alert notification sound and the
loudness of the start/lap/end
recording sound.
■ Factory Reset: Restore all settings
to the factory default settings.
Time
Display the current time and
configure the time zone setting.
■ Time Zone: Set the Set
Automatically switch to ON to let the
system to automatically detected the
time zone, or manually select the
specific the time zone (GMT Time).
■Current Time: After turning on GPS
Positioning, the system will retrieve
correct date and time from the GPS.
Units
Set either metric or statute units of
measurement for the distance,
altitude, temperature, and others.
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Clear User Data
You can delete the information saved
in this device.
■Clear User Activities: Delete the
records and videos stored in the
device.
■Restore Default Settings: Restore
all settings to the default values.
*Note: If you need to delete the
records, please backup the
information or upload the records to
the Cloud platform. Please take note
that the deleted records cannot be
restored.
About
Display the software version, model
name, serial number, and etc... You
can also search for an updated
version and perform the automatic
update.
■check the latest update: Tap this
button to check if there are updates
available for your device.
*Note: Please check when the
internet connection is available. It is
recommended to update with Wi-Fi
connection since the network data
transmission cost could be very high
using 3G connection to perform
update. Please pay special attention
to this matter.
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*Note: When there is new version
available for the system, in Quick
Access Menu, an "N" icon displayed
at the lower right panel, indicating the
new software version is available for
update.
*Note: Automatic Power-off Setting:
When the Power Level is too low
(<5%), a prompt window will pop up
to notify the power level is too low.
Please connect the device to a
power source (a charger) to recharge
as soon as possible. When the
power level is less than 1%, the
device will automatically save all the
current exercise records and
power-off automatically.
Appendix
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Specification Table
Specification Table
Display Size / Type
3-Inch / Transflective Color LCD Display
Display Resolution
240 x 400 pixels
Water Rating
IPX 7 (Under Water 1 Meter, and within 30 Minutes)
Video Camera
Function /
120 degree wide-angle camera + HD 720p@30fps
Specification
Internet Connection 3G ; Wi-Fi
GPS Navigation
System
Record Frequency /
Total Capacity
SIM Card Slot /
Frequency Band
Map System / Route
High-Sensitivity GPS Satellite Signal Receiving Chip
Record per Second / Preloaded with Taiwan Map Information, capable
of recording 500 segments of 3 seconds video or 10000 hours of tracks.
3G Micro SIM / Band 1 (2100 MHz) & Band 2 (1900MHz)
Free OSM Maps / Xplova Cloud Platform provides download for tens of
thousands Routes all over the places.
Size / Weight
110 x 62 x 23 mm ( L x W x H) / 120 Grams
Battery Type /
Rechargeable Lithium Battery / 1500 mAh / About 12 Hours Capacity
Capacity / Functions *(3G/Wi-Fi/Backlight OFF; with GPS already positioned)
Voltage Input
Micro USB Port 5V Input
Operating Panel
(Traditional Chinese / English) Operation and Display
Build-in Sensors
Temperature, Barometric Pressure Level, Light Sensing
Supported Wireless Supports ANT+ Heart Rate Belt, Speed Sensor, Cadence Sensor,
Sensors
Packaging
Accessories
Combo Sensor (Speed and Cadence), Power Meter
X5 Main Unit, X5 Extended Holder, Micro-USB Cable, Quick Service
Guide, Warranty Card
Route Download, Smart-Sign Guidance™, Group Ride, Sports Bike
Dynamic Cycling Computer, Smart Video, 3G/Wi-Fi Dual Network
Special Functions
Connection, Real Time Riding Data Record Display, Ride Record
Management, Live Tracking, Group Tracking, Smart Edit, Cloud
Platform, Join Activity, Social Community Sharing, Live Broadcast
Video Sharing, etc.
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*Note: Equipped with IPX7 Waterproof function, X5 can maintain its proper
function in water less than 1 meter deep for up to 30 minutes. Please cover the
3G SIM Card Slot and Micro-USB connection port rubber area securely.
Although the Micro-USB port still has basic waterproof function even without
tightly closed, the SIM Card Slot cannot perform waterproof handling, so both
covers still need to tightly close in order to achieve the best waterproof effect.
*Note: This is under the condition of Laboratory Testing, turning off the
backlight, Wi-Fi and 3G functions and under the GPS positioned condition
shall not be treated as guarantee of real live situation. It is only for the
reference of device’s functions...
*Note: Information is for reference only and is subject to change without notice.
For the latest specification, please visit our official website.
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Descriptions of Customized Information Fields
Value Field
Description
Category: Time
Clock Time
Current Time
Trip Time
Time Spent deducted with Pause Time
Paused Time
Accumulated Time in Pause Conditions
Elapsed Time
Lap Time
Total Accumulated Time up until now
After downloading the Route, Remaining Time is the estimate time of
Remaining Distance / Average Speed
Distance to Next Smart-Sign™ / Average Speed
Estimate Time arriving Ending Point of the Route (Current Time + Remaining
Time)
Riding Time of the Current Segment
L-Lap Time
Riding Time of the Prior Segment
Avg. Lap Time
Average Time of Each Segment (Riding Time / Total Segments)
Time to Dest.
Time to Next
ETA
Category: Speed
Speed
Current Riding Speed
Avg. Spd
Average Speed in this Record (Distance / Riding Time)
Max. Spd
Maximum Speed in this Record
Average Speed of the Current Segment (Segment Distance / Segment
Time)
Maximum Speed of the Current Segment
Average Speed of the Prior Segment (Distance of the Prior Segment / Time
of the Prior Segment)
Maximum Speed of the Prior Segment
Lap Spd
Lap Max Spd
L-Lap Spd
L.L Max Spd
Category: Distance
Distance
Segment Distance
Total Accumulated Riding Distance of this Record.
After Downloaded the Route, and started Riding the Route, the Distance
between the Current Position and the Ending Point of the Route.
After Downloaded the Route, and started Riding the Route, the Distance
between the Current Position and the Smart-Sign™ Position.
Total Accumulated Distance of the Current Segment in this Record.
Distance of Prior Segment
Total Accumulated Distance of the Prior Segment in this Record.
Remaining Distance
Distance to next Smart-Sign™
Category: Calories
Calories
Accumulated Calories (Kcal) of this Record.
Calories %
Calories Burn Rate (Kcal/Hr) per Hour of this Record.
Category: Cadence
Cadence
Max. Cad.
Current number of Cadence (Rotation per Minute, rpm)
Average number of Cadence of this Record (Accumulated number of
Cadence under the condition of Cadence>0 / Total Time of Cadence>0)
Maximum number of Cadence of this Record.
Lap Cad.
Average number of Cadence of the Current Segment in this Record.
Lap Max Cad.
Maximum number of Cadence of the Current Segment in this Record.
Avg. Cad.
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L-Lap Cad.
Average number of Cadence of the Prior Segment in this Record.
L.L Max Cad.
Maximum number of Cadence of the Prior Segment in this Record.
Category: Altitude
Altitude
Current Attitude
Total Ascent
Accumulated Total Uphill Altitude of this Record Information
Accumulated Total Downhill Altitude of this Record Information
(Represented in Negative Number)
Maximum Altitude in this Record.
Total Descent
Maxi Altitude
Category: Heart Rate
Heart Rate
HR (%)
HR Zone
Avg.HR
Max HR
Lap HR
Lap HR %
Lap Max HR
L-Lap HR
L-Lap HR%
L.L Max HR
Current Heart Rate, unit is Beat per Minute (bpm)
Current Heart Rate / Preset Maximum Heart Rate (Input from the Physical
Information)
Current Heart Rate Range (1~5), Please confirm the represented value of
Range 1~5 from the "Maximum Heart Rate" of "Physical Information"
Average Heart Rate of this Record (Accumulated number of Heart Rate
under the condition of Heart Rate>0 / Total Time of Heart Rate>0)
Maximum Heart Rate of this Record
Average Heart Rate of the Current Segment in this Record
Average Heart Rate of the Current Segment / Preset Maximum Heart Rate
(Input from the Physical Information)
Maximum Heart Rate of the Current Segment in this Record
Maximum Heart Rate of the Prior Segment in this Record
Average Heart Rate of the Prior Segment / Preset Maximum Heart Rate
(Input from the Physical Information)
Maximum Heart Rate of the Prior Segment in this Record
Category: Lap
Laps
Current number of Segment (Lap Count), Press "START" again during the
recording can count laps per segment to distinguish the performance of
each different segment.
Category: Power
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Power
Current Output Power
Left Foot Power
Left Foot Output Power
Right Foot Power
Right Foot Output Power
Left Power %
Percentage of Left Foot Output Power in Total Output Power
Right Power %
Power Zone
FTP
(Functional Threshold Power)
Percentage of Right Foot Output Power in Total Output Power
Divided into Five Ranges (0/75/150/225/300W)
FTP Functional Threshold Power Value (From Measured Value of Power
Measurement in Physical Information)
TSS
(Training Pressure Score)
Your Score of Training Strength and Estimated Days for Recovery to
arrange for next training.
Recovery Score Recommendation:
<150: Resume Regular Training the next Day
150-300: Resume Regular Training on the Third Day
300-450: Still Feel Tired when Resume Training on the Third Day
>450: Still Tired More than Three Days Later
*Formula: [(Seconds * Standard Power * Strength Coefficient) /
((FTP*3600)]*100
W per kg
Current Output Power / Weight
3s Avg. Power
Average Power Output in the last 3 Seconds
30s Avg. Power
Average Power Output in the last 30 Seconds
3 mins Avg. Power
Average Power Output in the last 3 Minutes
20 mins Avg. Power
Average Power Output in the last 20 Minutes
Avg. Power
Average Power of this Record
Max Power
Maximum Power of this Record
Lap Power
Average Power of the current segment of this Record
Lap Max Power
Maximum Power of the current segment of this Record
L-Lap Power
Average Power of the prior segment of this Record
L.L Max Power
Maximum Power of the prior segment of this Record
Category: Slope
Slope
Current Slope
Max Slope
Maximum Slope of this Record
Category: Others
Temperature
Current Environment Temperature
Date
Current Date
Direction
Current Ride Direction
Latitude
Current GPS Positioning Latitude
Longitude
Current GPS Positioning Longitude
Sunrise
Time of the Sun rises above the Horizon in Current GPS Positioning
Sunset
Time of the Sun sets below the Horizon in Current GPS Positioning
Category: Training Mode
Diagram: Altitude vs. Time
Real Time Curve Diagram of Current Altitude / Time
Diagram: HR vs. Time
Real Time Curve Diagram of Real Time Heart Rate / Time
Diagram: Calories vs. Time
Real Time Curve Diagram of Calories / Time
Diagram: Power vs. Time
Real Time Curve Diagram of Output Power / Time
Diagram: Altitude vs. Dist.
Real Time Curve Diagram of Current Altitude / Record Distance
Diagram: HR vs. Dist.
Real Time Curve Diagram of Real Time Heart Rate / Record Distance
Diagram: Calories vs. Dist.
Real Time Curve Diagram of Burned Calories / Record Distance
Diagram: Power vs. Dist.
Real Time Curve Diagram of Output Power / Record Distance
Value Field
Description
Category: Time
Current Time
Current Time
Riding Time
Time Spent deducted with Pause Time
Pause Time
Accumulated Time in Pause Conditions
Time Spent
Next Smart-Sign™ Time
Total Accumulated Time up until now
After downloading the Route, Remaining Time is the estimate time of
Remaining Distance / Average Speed
Distance to Next Smart-Sign™ / Average Speed
Arrival Time
Estimate Time arriving Ending Point of the Route (Current Time + Remaining
Remaining Time
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Time)
Segment Time
Riding Time of the Current Segment
Prior Segment Time
Riding Time of the Prior Segment
Segment Average Time
Average Time of Each Segment (Riding Time / Total Segments)
Category: Speed
Speed
Current Riding Speed
Average Speed
Average Speed in this Record (Distance / Riding Time)
Maximum Speed
Maximum Speed in this Record
Average Speed of the Current Segment (Segment Distance / Segment
Time)
Maximum Speed of the Current Segment
Average Speed of the Prior Segment (Distance of the Prior Segment / Time
of the Prior Segment)
Maximum Speed of the Prior Segment
Segment Speed
Segment Maximum Speed
Prior Segment Speed
Maximum Speed of Prior Segment
Category: Distance
Distance
Segment Distance
Total Accumulated Riding Distance of this Record.
After Downloaded the Route, and started Riding the Route, the Distance
between the Current Position and the Ending Point of the Route.
After Downloaded the Route, and started Riding the Route, the Distance
between the Current Position and the Smart-Sign™ Position.
Total Accumulated Distance of the Current Segment in this Record.
Distance of Prior Segment
Total Accumulated Distance of the Prior Segment in this Record.
Remaining Distance
Distance to next Smart-Sign™
Category: Calories
Calories
Accumulated Calories (Kcal) of this Record.
Calories Burn Rate
Calories Burn Rate (Kcal/Hr) per Hour of this Record.
Category: Cadence
Cadence
Maximum Cadence
Current number of Cadence (Rotation per Minute, rpm)
Average number of Cadence of this Record (Accumulated number of
Cadence under the condition of Cadence>0 / Total Time of Cadence>0)
Maximum number of Cadence of this Record.
Segment Cadence
Average number of Cadence of the Current Segment in this Record.
Prior Segment Cadence
Average number of Cadence of the Prior Segment in this Record.
Average Cadence
Category: Altitude
Altitude
Current Attitude
Total Uphill
Accumulated Total Uphill Altitude of this Record Information
Accumulated Total Downhill Altitude of this Record Information
(Represented in Negative Number)
Maximum Altitude in this Record.
Total Downhill
Maximum Altitude
Category: Heart Rate
Heart Rate
Heart Rate Percentage
Heart Rate Range
Average Heart Rate
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Current Heart Rate, unit is Beat per Minute (bpm)
Current Heart Rate / Preset Maximum Heart Rate (Input from the Physical
Information)
Current Heart Rate Range (1~5), Please confirm the represented value of
Range 1~5 from the "Maximum Heart Rate" of "Physical Information"
Average Heart Rate of this Record (Accumulated number of Heart Rate
under the condition of Heart Rate>0 / Total Time of Heart Rate>0)
Maximum Heart Rate
Maximum Heart Rate of this Record
Segment Heart Rate
Average Heart Rate of the Current Segment in this Record
Average Heart Rate of the Current Segment / Preset Maximum Heart Rate
(Input from the Physical Information)
Maximum Heart Rate of the Current Segment in this Record
Segment Heart Rate Ratio
Segment Maximum Heart Rate
Prior Segment Heart Rate
Maximum Heart Rate of the Prior Segment in this Record
Average Heart Rate of the Prior Segment / Preset Maximum Heart Rate
Prior Segment Heart Rate Ratio
(Input from the Physical Information)
Prior Segment Maximum Heart Rate Maximum Heart Rate of the Prior Segment in this Record
Category: Lap
Lap
Current number of Segment (Lap Count), Press "START" again during the
recording can count laps per segment to distinguish the performance of
each different segment.
Category: Power
Power
Current Output Power
Left Foot Power
Left Foot Output Power
Right Foot Power
Right Foot Output Power
Left Foot Power Ratio
Percentage of Left Foot Output Power in Total Output Power
Right Foot Power Ratio
Power Range
Functional Threshold Power
Percentage of Right Foot Output Power in Total Output Power
Divided into Five Ranges (0/75/150/225/300W)
FTP Functional Threshold Power Value (From Measured Value of Power
Measurement in Physical Information)
Training Pressure Score
Your Score of Training Strength and Estimated Days for Recovery to
arrange for next training.
Recovery Score Recommendation:
<150: Resume Regular Training the next Day
150-300: Resume Regular Training on the Third Day
300-450: Still Feel Tired when Resume Training on the Third Day
>450: Still Tired More than Three Days Later
*Formula: [(Seconds * Standard Power * Strength Coefficient) /
((FTP*3600)]*100
Power per Kilogram
Current Output Power / Weight
3 Seconds Average Power
Average Power Output in the last 3 Seconds
30 Seconds Average Power
Average Power Output in the last 30 Seconds
3 Minutes Average Power
Average Power Output in the last 3 Minutes
20 Minutes Average Power
Average Power Output in the last 20 Minutes
Avg. Power
Average Power of this Record
Max. Power
Maximum Power of this Record
Segment Power
Average Power of the current segment of this Record
Segment Max. Power
Maximum Power of the current segment of this Record
Prior Segment Power
Average Power of the prior segment of this Record
Prior Segment Max. Power
Maximum Power of the prior segment of this Record
Avg. Power
Average Power Output in this Record
Max Power
Maximum Power Output of this Record
Category: Slope
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Slope
Current Slope
Maximum Slope
Maximum Slope of this Record
Category: Others
Temperature
Current Environment Temperature
Date
Current Date
Direction
Current Ride Direction
Latitude
Current GPS Positioning Latitude
Longitude
Current GPS Positioning Longitude
Sunrise Time
Time of the Sun rises above the Horizon in Current GPS Positioning
Sunset Time
Time of the Sun sets below the Horizon in Current GPS Positioning
Category: Training Mode
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Diagram: Altitude vs. Time
Real Time Curve Diagram of Current Altitude / Time
Diagram: Heart Rate vs. Time
Real Time Curve Diagram of Real Time Heart Rate / Time
Diagram: Calories vs. Time
Real Time Curve Diagram of Calories / Time
Diagram: Power vs. Time
Real Time Curve Diagram of Output Power / Time
Diagram: Altitude vs. Distance
Real Time Curve Diagram of Current Altitude / Record Distance
Diagram: Heart Rate vs. Distance
Real Time Curve Diagram of Real Time Heart Rate / Record Distance
Diagram: Calories vs. Distance
Real Time Curve Diagram of Burned Calories / Record Distance
Diagram: Power vs. Distance
Real Time Curve Diagram of Output Power / Record Distance
Frequent Asked Question and Troubleshooting
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1. Using X5 to record video for 3 seconds each time, how many videos can I
record?
Answer: Sign in to your personal account and you can find out how much
times left in the Video Section.
2. Will the vibration from bike riding while using X5 affects the video recording
quality?
Answer: Some minor vibration is normal. Since the objective is to reflect the
real situation, including the wide-angle camera usage, the overall vibration
level will not be too noticeable, instead reflecting more of the live situation.
3. Can X5 record video for a long period of time?
Answer: X5 has built-in multiple video recording functions with 3, 6, 9
seconds that capable of providing the users with multiple options.
4. Does X5 have the function of Driving Event Data Recorder?
Answer: Since X5 is primarily designed to record the videos of every
wonderful moment during the ride, it is not recommended to use X5 to
perform Driving Event Data Recording.
5. Is X5 base seat compatible with the Garmin extended holder?
Answer: Please use the Xplova X5 extended holder. It could be fallen by
accident easily if using other brand’s holder.
6. What is included with X5 standard accessories (stand-alone version)?
Answer: The package includes one main device, and the standard
accessories are: 1 Extended Holder, 1 Charging Cable, Quick Start Guide
and Warranty Card.
7. Do I need to use SIM card when using X5 with 3G Internet Connection?
Answer: Yes, if you use 3G Network, you need to use SIM card. X5 has a
built-in SIM card slot. Please don’t insert the Nano SIM card.
8. What happened if the 3G Internet Connection disconnected? Will the
recording continue?
Answer: Even X5 is disconnected from Internet, the system will send
connection request regularly. So when the 3G signal is available, it will
upload today's riding record unaffected.
9. Is X5 charging cable the same as the cell phone charging cable?
Answer: It can be shared as long as the charging cable is in Micro USB
format.
10. Can Xplova Heart Rate Belt and Combo Sensor connected with other
competitor's product for use?
Answer: Yes, it can be paired with device that supports of ANT +
transmission mode.
11. Where can I get X5 detailed specifications?
Answer: Please visit our official website for the latest version user manual.
12. What is the difference between the X5 OSM and GOOGLE Map?
Answer: They belong to different Map Category system, as they are very
clear on the riding route guidance. OSM can display general bike routes
and mountain trails that Google Map didn’t support.
13. Can X5 cascade to STRAVA?
Answer: You can upload the records to STRAVA through Xplova website.
14. What are X5 current built-in languages?
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Answer: The current built-in languages are Traditional Chinese and English
(in the future, new languages and versions will be added in responding to
different regions.)
15. Can I share X5 videos with Facebook?
Answer: Now you can share videos with Facebook directly.
16. Is there a charge for downloading X5 Map?
Answer: Currently, X5 OSM Maps are free, consumers are welcome to
download.
17. Can I load other software to X5?
Answer: No, this is to prevent the system crash caused by other software.
18. Can I adjust X5 background to black or white?
Answer: You can manually adjust to your favorite background mode, (but
the system automatic setting is set to white/black background according to
GPS sunrise and sunset time zone, it will automatically change to black
background after sunset time zone.)
19. Does X5 have offline maps?
Answer: Yes, offline OSM maps can be downloaded in advance for offline
use.
20. How many X5 Video segments can be selected?
Answer: Up to 8 segments can be selected, to perform Smart Editing to
convert into Live Broadcast Video.
21. If Xplova related product is not under warranty, will there be additional
charge required for maintenance?
Answer: In case of warranty period expired or not within warranty coverage,
repair parts material cost and labor cost will be charged for repair and
maintenance. The price will be quoted by the customer service personnel.
22. Where can I buy Xplova Bike Tie?
Answer: You can visit Xplova Facebook and official website for inquiry and
purchase.
23. Where can I find out the latest news and information related to Xplova?
Answer: It is recommended to visit Xplova official website, Facebook, and
search the relevant e-News.
24. How can I register my X5?
Answer: Welcome to register your membership at www.Xplova.com and let
us provide you with our best service.
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Safety Laws and Regulations
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According to NCC "Administrative Regulations on Low Power Radio
Waves Radiated Devices"
Article 12
Without permission granted by the DGT, any company, enterprise, or user is
not allowed to change frequency, enhance transmitting power or alter original
characteristic as well as performance to an approved low power
radio-frequency devices.
Article 14
The low power radio-frequency devices shall not influence aircraft security and
interfere legal communications; If found, the user shall cease operating
immediately until no interference is achieved. The said legal communications
means radio communications is operated in compliance with the
Telecommunications Act. The low power radio-frequency devices must be
susceptible with the interference from legal communications or ISM radio wave
radiated devices.
* To reduce the impact of Electromagnetic Wave, please use carefully.
Laws and Regulations Information Governing Wireless Internet Card
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Use the Unit on Aircraft
Warning: FCC and FAA regulations prohibit radio-frequency wireless devices
(including wireless network cards) from operating in the air because their
wireless signals can cause serious interference to flight equipment.
The wireless network card included in this Unit, like any other radio devices,
emits radio frequency electromagnetic waves. However, a wireless network
card emits much less energy level than the electromagnetic waves emitted
from other wireless devices (such as mobile phones). Wireless network card
operates under the radio frequency safety standards and recommended codes
of practice. These standards and recommendations reflect the consensus of
the scientific community, as well as the results of a panel of scientists from the
discussions and ongoing review and interpretation of a wide range of research
literature. In certain situations or circumstances, the use of wireless network
may be limited by the owner of the building or the responsible representative of
the applicable organization.
The examples of such situations include:
─Use wireless network while on an airplane, or
─Use of wireless network in any other environment where the risk of harmful
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interference to other devices or services is known or determined.
- If you are unsure of the policies that apply to a particular organization or
environment (such as airport) ask for authorization before you turn on your
wireless network.
Limited Warranty
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Warranty: Warranty Period Varies by Region
1. This product unit, battery not included, has a one-year limited warranty
commencing on the date of purchase. Free after-sales repair service will be
provided in case of failure under normal use condition. Warranty for the
accessories apart from the product unit is six months. In case the
aforementioned warranty period is different from that on the product
warranty card, the warranty period recorded on the product warranty card
will supersede. The service does not apply to:
a. Appearance damage (such as scratches, dents, and other manmade
marks).
b. Accessories apart from the product unit are consumables, but if caused
by material or manufacturing defects are not subjects to this restriction.
c. Damages to the unit due to accidental abuse, misuse, flooding, fire or
other natural disasters or accidents and other external causes.
d. Damages caused by unauthorized modification of software and
hardware devices.
e. The product serial number cannot be identified.
f. Product degradation due to normal wear and tear.
2. When request for warranty repair, it is necessary to present the original
purchase invoice or receipt/proof of purchase. Please contact the
distributor when you made the purchase. The Xplova Repair and
Maintenance Department will provide the warranty service according to the
proof of purchase and the condition of device, or will provide a quote for
repair.
* Note: If you do not bring or present a valid proof of purchase, and the
warranty period can only be estimated by the unit manufacturing date from the
serial number inquiry. This may result in the situation of outside the warranty
period and need to pay for repair, therefore, please be sure to safe keep the
proof of purchase.
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Declarations
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Please read this Instruction Manual carefully and safe keep this Instruction
Manual for future reference. Please follow all the warnings and instructions
specified on the product.
Important Safety Instructions
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◆Please do not attempt to repair X5 by yourself. Opening the case or
removing the back cover may result in electrical shock or other hazards. Call
Xplova before you send your X5 for repair.
◆X5 can only be repaired by the qualified service personnel.
◆If X5 is physically damaged or malfunction, please stop using it. The
physical damage is not limited to the examples listed as below:
- Case is Broken or Cracked.
- Button Fell Off.
- Screen is Broken or Cracked.
- Rubber Seal Fell Off.
- Damage to parts of the Unit and other damages caused by the destruction of
device
seal.
◆Overuse may damage your eyes.
Battery Warning
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Please follow the instructions below, if those guidelines are not followed, then
the usage life of the lithium ion battery installed in the device may be
abnormally shortened or cause fire resulted in risk of burns, battery electrolyte
leakage, damage to the device, or cause personal injury.
◆Please do not expose the device directly to heat or place it in
high-temperature location, such as placing the unit unattended in the place
under exposure of direct sunlight. To prevent loss of or damage to the device,
remove the device from the bike or store it in a well-shielded carrying bag to
avoid exposure to direct sunlight.
◆Do not puncture or set fire to the device or battery.
◆Do not remove the battery with any special tool.
◆Other types of devices may use a replaceable coin battery. Make sure to
follow the original manufacturer instructions to replace the battery to ensure
safety.
◆For long-term storage, please store the device within the specified
temperature range (-10 ° C to 50 ° C).
◆Discard your device in accordance with local regulations or contact your
local waste disposal authority.
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Copyright
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The copyright ownership of this Instruction Manual belongs to Xplova Inc. This
Instruction Manual, including all photographs, graphics and software, is
protected by the International Copyright Laws and all rights are reserved. This
Instruction Manual or any material, in whole or in part, contained herein shall
not be reproduced in any form without prior written permission of the
manufacturer / Xplova.
Disclaimer
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The information in this Instruction Manual is subject to change without notice.
The Company does not claim nor guarantee the contents, and expressly
refuse to assume any guarantee of the applicability for any specific purpose.
The Company reserves the right to revise this document and to change its
contents from time to time, and the Company undertakes no obligation to notify
any person in advance of such revision of document or any information
changed in the contents.
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Purchase Information
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Please fill out the blanks below with purchased Model Name, Serial Number,
Purchase Date and Purchase Location. Serial Number and Model Name can
be found on the packaging box.
Model
Name:___________________
Serial
Number:__________________
Purchase
Date:__________________
Purchase Location::
______________
Manufacturer: Xplova Inc.
Origin: Taiwan
Website: www.Xplova.com
Address: 8th Fl, No. 88, Sec. 1,
Xintaiwu Road, Xizhi District, New
Taipei City, 221 Taiwan
Telephone: +886-2-66169221
Fax: +886-2-66169225
Customer Service Mailbox:
service@Xplova.com
Trademark Identification
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Xplova and Xplova logo are the company name and registered trademarks of
Xplova Inc.
Smart-Sign, Smart-Sign™ Guidance are the Trademarks of Xplova.
All product names or trademarks of other company used in this Instruction
Manual are for reference only and are the property of their respective owners.
European Union Declaration of Conformity
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Xplova is here declared, this product is in compliance with the essential
requirements and other relevant provisions or Directive 1999/5/EC.
WEEE
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When dispose this electronic product, it cannot be disposed of as household
waste in regular trash. In order to reduce pollution and achieve the objective of
global environmental protection, please use recycling system. For the relevant
information related to Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE)
Regulation, please visit the website:
http://www.acer-group.com/public/Sustainability/sustainability01.htm
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