Introduction
Important
• Always follow the sections that are marked with “ Warning!!!”.
• No part of this manual may be reproduced or transmitted without the prior written
permission of CatEye Co., Ltd.
• The contents and illustrations in this manual are subject to change without notice.
• If you have any questions or concerns about this manual, please contact CatEye at
www.cateye.com.
About the manuals
When purchasing CC-TR210DW
The product you purchased is not accompanied by the heart rate sensor and the HR strap.
In combination with the optional heart rate sensor kit, all the functions described in this
manual can be used, including the heart rate related data measurement, calorie consumption measurement, and HR target zone function.
Basic installation and operation
Please go here for installation of the unit on the bicycle, use of the heart rate measurement
function, preparing the computer, and the basic operation of the product.
1.How to install the unit on your bicycle.................... See page 7 – 9
2.Heart rate sensor.................................................... See page 10
3.Preparing the computer.......................................... See page 11 – 15
4.Basic operation of the computer............................. See page 17 – 19
Measurement screen
Please go here to learn how to operate the computer functions.
•Measurement screen............................................... See page 20 – 24
Ride data review
Please go here to check and manage recorded data.
• File view................................................................... See page 26 – 29
Changing computer configuration
Please go here for changing and checking each menu items.
• Changing the computer configuration..................... See page 25 – 37
Advanced use
• Recording lap and split time data............................ “Lap function” (page 22)
• Training with target heart rate zones....................... “3 Use of the target zone” (page 41)
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Thank you for purchasing the CATEYE V3n.
The V3n is a high-performance computer for riders who wish to train extensively and analyze their data.
2.4GHz-frequency digital wireless technology, which is the same technology used for wireless LAN, is used for both the speed/cadence integrated speed sensor and the heart rate
sensor. This technology practically eliminates interference from external noise and crosstalk with other wireless computer users, providing you with stress-free riding.
Read this instruction manual thoroughly and understand the functions of the computer
before using it. Keep it in a safe place for future reference.
Contents
Introduction.........................................1
About the manuals...............................1
Contents...............................................2
Proper use of the CatEye V3n..............3
Automatic recognition of the
speed sensor ID................................4
Description of computer and its parts.. 5
Computer..........................................5
Accessories......................................5
Screen display......................................6
How to install the unit on your bicycle.7
Attach the bracket to the stem or
handlebar..........................................7
Mount the speed sensor and
magnet.............................................8
Remove/Install the computer............9
Heart rate sensor...............................10
Before wearing the heart rate sensor..................................................10
Wearing the heart rate sensor.........10
Preparing the computer.....................11
Formatting operation......................11
Date/Clock setting...........................12
Tire circumference input.................13
Selecting speed unit.......................14
Operation test.................................14
Formatting/Restarting operation.....16
Basic operation of the computer........17
Functions on the measurement
screen.............................................17
Starting/Stopping the measurement...............................................18
Backlight.........................................18
Resetting the measurement data....19
Power-saving function....................19
Measurement screen..........................20
Upper and middle display data........20
Lower display data..........................21
Pace function..................................22
Lap function....................................22
Countdown distance.......................24
Target heart rate zone.....................24
Changing the computer configuration.....................................................25
File view..........................................26
Setting the clock/date.....................30
Setting the tire circumference.........31
Searching the sensor ID.................32
Setting the measurement unit.........34
Total distance manual entry............34
Setting the auto-mode....................35
Setting the countdown distance......36
Setting sound.................................37
Setting the target heart rate zone....37
Heart rate training..............................39
Improving general fitness...............39
Training for competition.................40
Use of the target zone.....................41
Trouble shooting................................42
Trouble on display..........................42
Trouble on operation......................44
Replacing battery...............................45
Computer........................................45
Heart rate sensor............................45
Speed sensor..................................45
Maintenance.......................................46
Spare accessories..............................46
Specifications.....................................47
Registration.......................................48
Limited warranty................................48
Please visit our website, where detailed instructions with movies are available and the instruction manual can be downloaded.
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http://www.cateye.com/en/products/detail/CC-TR310TW/
Proper use of the CatEye V3n
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Observe the following instructions for safe usage.
The meaning of icons in this manual:
Warning!!! :Sections marked with these icons are critical for safe use of
the device. Be sure to follow these instructions.
Caution :
Important cautionary notes on the use and operation of the V3n.
*Helpful tips are highlighted with asteriks.
Warning!!! :
• Pace maker users should never use this device.
• Do not concentrate on the data while riding. Always be sure to ride safely.
• Do not leave any battery within the reach of children, and dispose of them correctly.
If a battery is swallowed, consult a doctor immediately.
Caution:
• Regularly check the positions of the magnets and the speed/cadence sensors and
make sure that they are securely mounted. Tighten it firmly if there is any looseness.
• Avoid leaving the main unit / wireless sensor in direct sunlight for extended periods of time.
• Do not disassemble the computer, heart rate sensor, or speed sensor.
• Do not subject the computer, heart rate sensor, or speed sensor to strong impact;
take care also to prevent any of them from falling.
• Do not use paint thinner or rubbing alcohol to clean the unit.
• Stop using the unit if you have skin irritation with the HR strap or electrode pad.
• Do not twist or strongly pull the HR strap.
• The HR strap may deteriorate due to long-term use.
Replace the HR strap if there are frequent measurement errors.
• As a nature of liquid crystal displays, sunglasses with polarized lens may block the visibility.
2.4GHz digital wireless system
2.4GHz-frequency digital wireless technology, which is the same technology used
for wireless LAN, is used for the cadence-integrated speed sensor and the heart rate
sensor. This technology practically eliminates interference from any external noise
and cross-talk with other wireless computer users during measurement, and enables
it to record and store highly reliable data. However, it suffers interference in the following places and/or environments, which may result in an incorrect measurement.
*Careful attention is required especially while checking the sensor ID.
• TV, PC, radios, motors/engines, or in cars and trains.
• Railroad crossings and near railway tracks, around television transmitting stations
and radar bases.
• Other wireless computers or digitally controlled lights.
• In the Wi-Fi environment
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Automatic recognition of the speed sensor ID
The speed sensor has its own ID, and the computer measures in synchronization
with the ID.
Two speed-sensor IDs can be registered to one computer, which can automatically
identify two speed sensors once their IDs are registered in advance.
As a tire circumference is set to the speed sensor ID, wheel selection by manual
operation is no longer required, which was necessary with conventional units.
*The speed sensor currently recognized is indicated with a sensor icon ( or )
on the screen.
Procedure of automatic recognition
When the computer changes to the power saving screen, and then returns to the
measurement screen, automatic recognition of the speed sensor ID is performed
in the following procedure.
1.The computer searches the speed sensor ID signal, which had been synchronized immediately before.
2.Once the sensor signal is received, the sensor icon for the speed sensor lights
up, and the computer starts the measurement.
When the speed sensor ID signal which had been synchronized immediately
before, cannot be received another sensor signal is searched.
3.When the computer receives another sensor signal, the sensor icon for the
other sensor lights up on the screen, and starts the measurement.
When another speed sensor ID signal cannot be received, the original sensor
signal is searched again.
The computer repeats synchronization through the procedure described above
even if it fails in synchronization for some reason, such as communication failure; in such cases however, it takes time for recognition.
is
*When any speed sensor signal cannot be received in 5 minutes, /
turned off, and the computer enters the transmission-off status and changes
to the power saving screen after another 5 minutes.
Switching the ID by manual operation
The speed sensor ID can be forced to change manually, according to the menu
screen “Setting the tire circumference” (page 31). Use this operation in the
following cases.
• When the computer cannot recognize the intended sensor signal, since the 2
registered speed sensors are nearby and both are sending a sensor signal.
• When you want to switch the speed sensor ID immediately.
*Once you switch the speed sensor ID by manual operation, the computer continues to search only the speed sensor ID you switched when returning to the
measurement screen. When the computer cannot receive any sensor signal in
10 minutes, the power-saving mode is activated, and the computer changes
to the power saving screen. The computer searches through the procedure of
automatic recognition when it returns to the measurement screen.
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Description of computer and its parts
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Computer
Front
Back-light button (LT)
Mode-1 button (M1/+)
Start / stop / enter button (SSE)
Mode-2 button (M2/-)
Lap button (LAP)
Back
Battery cover
All clear button (AC)
Menu button (MENU)
Accessories
Bracket band
Bracket
rubber pad
Bracket
Speed sensor
(SPEED / CADENCE)
Sensor
rubber pad
Wheel
magnet
Cadence
magnet
Dial
*Supplied only with CC-TR310TW
Heart rate
sensor
Nylon ties
(x5)
HR strap
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Screen display
: Speed sensor signal
Indicate Speed sensor signal
status. (page 19)
: Speed pace arrow
The pace arrows show whether the current speed
is faster ( ) or slower ( ) than the average speed.
: Alarm
Lights up when the HR alarm
sound feature is turned on.
: Speed unit
Flashes while speed measurement is in progress.
: Sensor icon
Displays the speed sensor
currently synchronized.
: Heart rate sensor signal
Indicate Heart Rate sensor
signal status. (page 19)
: Target zone
Lights up when the target
zone is on, and flashes when
it is out of the zone.
: Computer battery icon
Lights up when the remaining capacity of the
computer battery is low.
: Average display
Lighting up displays that the speed, heart rate,
and cadence displays are average values.
: Maximum value display
Lighting up displays that the speed, heart rate,
and cadence displays are maximum values.
: Heart rate pace arrow
The pace arrows show whether the current
heart rate is faster ( ) or slower ( ) than the
average heart rate.
: Heart rate unit
: Auto-mode
Lights up when the auto-mode function is on.
: Lap icon
Lights up while the lap data is displayed.
: Cadence sensor signal
Indicate Cadence sensor signal status. (page 19)
Dot display
Mainly displays mode descriptions for the values displayed just below.
Selected data icon/unit
Displays together with the data currently displayed in the lower display.
Lights up when the
M1/+ is operative.
Button navigation
Operative buttons at
set-up of the computer,
or on the menu screen,
will flash.
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Lights up or
flashes when the
SSE is operative.
Lights up when the
M2/- is operative.
How to install the unit on your bicycle
pending on how the bracket fits into the bracket band.
Caution:
Tighten the dial on the bracket band by hand only.
Over-tightening can damage the screw threads.
When attaching the FlexTight™ bracket to the stem
*Attach the bracket with its open end facing to the right.
Bracket band
Bracket rubber pad
Stem
Dial
Bracket
When attaching the FlexTight™ bracket to the handlebar
*Attach the bracket with its open end facing to the right.
Bracket band
Bracket rubber pad
Handlebar
Dial
Bracket
Cut the excess length of the band using scissors.
Caution:
Round off the cut edge of the bracket band to prevent injury.
Cut
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the bracket to the stem or handlebar
1Attach
The FlexTight™ bracket can be attached to either the stem or the handlebar, de-
2Mount the speed sensor and magnet
Cadence magnet
Speed sensor
Wheel magnet
2-1. Temporarily secure the speed sensor
1.Loosen the sensor screw on the speed
sensor using a Phillips screwdriver to check
that the sensor arm moves.
* Do not completely remove the sensor screw.
2.Attach the sensor rubber pad to the speed
sensor, locate the speed sensor on the left
chain stay as shown in the figure above, and
temporarily secure it with the nylon ties.
Caution:
Do not tighten the nylon ties completely at
this stage. Once a nylon tie is tightened, it
cannot be pulled out.
2-2. Temporarily secure the magnet
1.Temporarily secure the cadence magnet
inside the crank with nylon ties, so
that it faces the sensor zone on the
CADENCE side.
2.Turn the sensor arm, and temporarily
secure the wheel magnet to the spoke
that faces the sensor zone on the
SPEED side.
*When the speed sensor is not positioned appropriately in respect to the
two magnets (of CADENCE and SPEED),
move the speed sensor back and forth
so that it is positioned properly. After
you move the speed sensor, adjust the
position so that the two magnets face
the relevant sensor zone.
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Speed sensor
Sensor
rubber pad
Sensor arm
Sensor
screw
Nylon ties
Cadence magnet
Nylon ties
Sensor
zone
Wheel magnet
1.Tilt the speed sensor so that the distance
between the cadence magnet and the CADENCE side of the speed sensor is about 3 Cadence
mm, and firmly secure it with the nylon ties. magnet
2.Turn and adjust the sensor arm
so that the distance between the
wheel magnet and the sensor arm
is about 3 mm, and firmly tighten
the sensor screw.
Speed sensor
CADENCE side
Sensor arm
3 mm
Sensor
screw
(or)
Wheel magnet
3 mm
2-4. Securing various parts
Firmly tighten the nylon ties, sensor screw
and magnet of the speed sensor, and check
for any loosening.
*For steel axle pedals, the cadence magnet
can be magnetically secured on the pedal
axle. Make sure to remove the double-sided
tape from the magnet when doing this.
Cut extra length
of the nylon tie
with scissors.
the computer
3Remove/Install
Caution: When removing, hold the unit to prevent it from falling.
Install
Remove
Slide the
computer
from the right
Holding the unit
Click
Push outward
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3 mm
2-3. Adjust the distance to the magnet
Heart rate sensor
Heart rate is measured when the heart rate sensor
is worn on the chest.
Heart rate sensor
HR strap
Before wearing the heart rate sensor
Warning!!! :
This product must NOT be used by those who have a pacemaker.
• To avoid measurement errors, it is recommended to moisten the electrode pads with water.
• If your skin is ultra-sensitive, the electrode pad may be moistened with water and
worn on a thin undershirt.
• Chest hair may interfere with the measurement.
Wearing the heart rate sensor
1.Attach the heart rate sensor to the HR strap.
Heart rate sensor
Push it in until it clicks.
HR strap
2.Insert the HR strap hook to the other end of the strap.
Wear the heart rate sensor with the HR strap, and adjust the length of the HR strap to
fit your chest size (under bust). Fastening the strap too tightly may cause discomfort.
Back
Hook
Electrode pad
*Ensure that the electrode pad is in direct contact with the body.
*When your skin is dry, or wearing the heart rate sensor on top of your undershirt
may produce measurement errors. To avoid errors, moisten the electrode pad.
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Preparing the computer
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Computer's basic items must be set up before using it.
Removing the insulation sheet
Close
When using the unit for the first time after purchasing, open the battery cover and remove
the insulation sheet.
*After you remove the insulation sheet, replace the battery cover in place.
Insulation
sheet
Open
operation
1Formatting
The formatting operation is performed at initial purchase, or to reset all to default.
Caution:All data are reset to the default and deleted.
While pressing the MENU button on the back of the computer, press AC button.
Release the MENU button when a test pattern is displayed on
the screen. The date/clock setting screen appears.
Continue with “Date/Clock setting”.
Formatting operation:
MENU
AC
After a test pattern is
displayed, all screen
items light up.
*When all screen items light up without any test pattern displayed on the
screen, the formatting operation has not been completed properly. Perform
the formatting operation again.
*The restarting operation is performed after you replace batteries, or when an
error is displayed.
Restarting operation
Press the AC button on the back of the computer.
After all screen items light up for a second, the date/clock
setting screen appears.
Continue with “Date/Clock setting”.
Restarting operation:
AC
*See “Formatting/Restarting operation” (page 16) for differences between the formatting and restarting operations.
All screen items light
up (for a second).
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setting
2Date/Clock
Set the current date and time.
1.Select the date display format.
Select the date display format from “YY/MM/DD”, “MM/
DD/YY”, and “DD/MM/YY” using the M1/+ and M2/- buttons, and confirm with the SSE button.
Switch the display:
M1/+
M2/-
(or)Confirm: SSE
YY/MM/DD
2.Enter the “Year”, “Month” and “Day”.
Enter the “Year”, “Month” and “Day” in the display order
selected in Step 1 using the M1/+ and M2/- buttons, and confirm with the SSE button. Enter the last 2 digits of the year.
Setting range: 00.01.01 – 99.12.31
Increase/decrease:
M1/+
M2/-
(or)Confirm: SSE
3.Select the clock display format.
Select “24h (24 hour)” or “12h (12 hour)” using the M1/+
and M2/- buttons, and confirm with the SSE button.
24h ↔ 12h:
M1/+
M2/-
Display format
(or)Confirm: SSE
4.Enter the “Hour” and “Minute”.
Enter the “Hour” using the M1/+ and M2/- buttons, confirm with the SSE button, and then enter the “Minute” in
the same way.
Hour Minute
Setting range: 24h 0:00 – 23:59 [12h AM1:00 – PM12:59]
Increase/decrease:
M1/+
M2/-
(or)Confirm:
SSE
5.After you set the date/clock, press the MENU button to
proceed to the “Tire circumference input”.
To the “Tire circumference input” :
MENU
(Back)
*For the restarting operation, the computer completes the setup, and changes
to the measurement screen.
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circumference input
3Tire
Enter the tire circumference of the bicycle wheel in millimeter.
1.Enter the last 2 digits of the tire circumference.
Enter using the M1/+ and M2/- buttons, and move digits
using the SSE button. Then, enter the first 2 digits in the
same way.
Setting range: 0100 – 3999 mm
Increase/decrease:
M1/+
M2/-
(or)
Move digits: SSE
2.After completed, press the MENU button to proceed to
“Selecting speed unit” below.
To “Selecting speed unit” :
MENU
(Back)
Tire circumference
You can find the tire circumference (L) of your tire size in the chart below, or
actually measure the tire circumference (L) of your bicycle.
How to measure the tire circumference (L)
For the most accurate measurement, do a wheel roll out.
L mm
With the tires under proper pressure, place the valve stem
at the bottom. Mark the spot on the floor and with the
rider's weight on the bike, roll exactly one wheel revolution
in a straight line (until the valve comes around again to the
bottom). Mark where the valve stem is and measure the distance in millimeter.
*For your reference, use the tire circumference chart below.
ETRTO
47-203
54-203
40-254
47-254
40-305
47-305
54-305
28-349
37-349
32-369
40-355
47-355
32-406
35-406
40-406
47-406
50-406
28-451
37-451
37-501
40-501
47-507
50-507
54-507
25-520
Tire size
L (mm)
12x1.75
935
12x1.95
940
14x1.50
1020
14x1.75
1055
16x1.50
1185
16x1.75
1195
16x2.00
1245
16x1-1/8
1290
16x1-3/8
1300
17x1-1/4 (369) 1340
18x1.50
1340
18x1.75
1350
20x1.25
1450
20x1.35
1460
20x1.50
1490
20x1.75
1515
20x1.95
1565
20x1-1/8
1545
20x1-3/8
1615
22x1-3/8
1770
22x1-1/2
1785
24x1.75
1890
24x2.00
1925
24x2.125
1965
24x1(520)
1753
ETRTO Tire size
L (mm)
24x3/4 Tubuler 1785
24x1-1/8
1795
24x1-1/4
1905
26x1(559)
1913
26x1.25
1950
26x1.40
2005
26x1.50
2010
26x1.75
2023
26x1.95
2050
26x2.10
2068
26x2.125
2070
26x2.35
2083
26x3.00
2170
26x1-1/8
1970
26x1-3/8
2068
26x1-1/2
2100
650C Tubuler
1920
26x7/8
20-571 650x20C
1938
23-571 650x23C
1944
650x25C
1952
25-571
26x1(571)
40-590 650x38A
2125
40-584 650x38B
2105
28-540
32-540
25-559
32-559
37-559
40-559
47-559
50-559
54-559
57-559
58-559
75-559
28-590
37-590
37-584
ETRTO
25-630
28-630
32-630
37-630
18-622
19-622
20-622
23-622
25-622
28-622
30-622
32-622
35-622
38-622
40-622
42-622
44-622
45-622
47-622
54-622
60-622
Tire size
27x1(630)
27x1-1/8
27x1-1/4
27x1-3/8
700x18C
700x19C
700x20C
700x23C
700x25C
700x28C
700x30C
700x32C
700C Tubuler
700x35C
700x38C
700x40C
700x42C
700x44C
700x45C
700x47C
29x2.1
29x2.3
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L (mm)
2145
2155
2161
2169
2070
2080
2086
2096
2105
2136
2146
2155
2130
2168
2180
2200
2224
2235
2242
2268
2288
2326
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speed unit
4Selecting
Select the speed unit from “km” and “mile”.
1.Select the speed unit.
km ↔ mile:
M1/+
M2/-
(or)
2.After selecting, press the MENU button. The measurement
screen appears and the computer set-up is completed.
To the measurement screen:
MENU
(Back)
test
5Operation
Test the functioning of the speed sensor (SPEED, CADENCE) and the heart rate
sensor.
*After you change to the measurement screen, it may take up to more than a
dozen seconds to display the measurement data since the computer checks the
sensor ID.
*When or is turned off, press the M1/+ or M2/- button to turn the icon on.
Speed sensor (SPEED)
1.Raise the rear wheel and spin the wheel.
2.When the speed is displayed on the
screen, it is operating normally.
Speed sensor (CADENCE)
1.Turn the crank.
2.When the cadence is displayed on the
screen, it is operating normally.
Heart rate sensor
1.Wear the heart rate sensor (page 10).
2.When the heart rate is displayed on the
screen, it is operating normally.
*Even if the heart rate sensor is not worn, a
heart rate signal is transmitted by rubbing
the electrode pads on both sides with your
thumbs. This method cannot be used to
measure the heart rate accurately, but used
as a simple method for testing the sensor/
computer communication.
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Electrode pad
Speed and cadence are not displayed
Check items
Remedy
Is the Speed and Cadence If icon is off, the computer cannot receive any
sensor icon on ?
data. Press the M1/+ or M2/- button to cancel the
transmission sleep mode (page 19).
Check if the distance between In reference to “How to install the unit on your bicye a c h s e n s o r z o n e o f t h e cle” (page 7), appropriately adjust the positions
speed sensor and the magnet of the corresponding magnet with the sensor zone.
is too large.
Check if each sensor zone of
the speed sensor is off the
center of the magnet.
Check if the computer is in Press any button on the computer to return to the
the transmission-off status, measurement screen.
or displays the power saving
screen.
The display may be delayed Check whether any speed signal is received by spindepending on the wireless ning the wheel for a while.
transmission condition.
Heart rate is not displayed
Check items
Remedy
Is the Heart rate sensor icon If
icon is off, the computer cannot receive any
on ?
data. Press the M1/+ or M2/- button to cancel the
transmission sleep mode (page 19).
Has the power-saving func- Press any button other than the AC button to retion been activated, show- cover from the power saving status.
ing only date/clock on the
screen?
Is the heart rate sensor at- Ensure that the electrode pad of the HR strap is in
t a c h e d s e c u r e l y t o y o u r direct contact with the body.
body?
Dry skin (particularly in winter) Slightly moisten the electrode pad of the HR strap.
Check whether the HR strap To wear the electrode pad correctly, follow the inis correctly worn on the body. structions for wearing the heart rate sensor (page
10).
Check whether the heart rate Attach the heart rate sensor to the HR strap approsensor is correctly secured to priately, according to “Wearing the heart rate senthe HR strap.
sor” (page 10).
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Important: When the speed, cadence, and/or heart rate are/is not displayed, possible causes are as follows.
Formatting/Restarting operation
There are two different computer set-up operations; formatting and restarting operations. Follow the appropriate one depending on the situation.
Formatting
The formatting operation is performed at initial purchase, or to delete all measurement data and reset all to default.
*The sensor ID is not deleted.
Restarting
The restarting operation is performed after you replace batteries, or
when an error is displayed.
*In the restarting operation, the following data are retained.
• Sensor ID
• Date/Clock
• Selection sensor, Tire circumference
• Speed unit
• Total distance, Total time
• Auto-mode
• Countdown distance
• Sound
• HR target zone
Flow of the formatting and restarting operations
The formatting and restarting procedures are as follows.
For formatting:
For restarting:
Restarting operation (page 11)
Formatting operation (page 11)
Date/Clock setting (page 12)
Date/Clock setting (page 12)
*The date when you performed
the restarting operation is initially displayed.
Tire circumference input (page 13)
Selecting the speed unit (page 14)
Measuring screen
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Basic operation of the computer
The measurement screen displays 4 different types of data, which are switched by
pressing the M1/+ and M2/- buttons.
The display data are as follows.
Upper display data
Displays the data related to the speed.
Middle display data
Displays the data related to the heart rate.
Displays the data related to the cadence.
Switch using the M1/+ button
Current speed
Heart
rate
Cadence
M1/+
Average speed
Maximum speed
Average
heart Average
rate cadence
Maximum Maximum
heart rate cadence
*Upper and Middle display data are switched in sync together.
Lower display data
Displays the other data.
Switch using the M2/- button
Elapsed time
Total time
Total distance
Trip distance
Calorie
Consumption
Countdown
distance
M2/-
Date
Lap number
/Average lap speed
Clock
Lap timer
Real time lap data (on-going lap data)
*Pressing and holding the M2/- button while displaying the lap timer switches the lap timer to the
lap distance.
Pressing it again returns to the lap timer.
M2/M2/-
(2 Sec.)
Lap number
/Average lap speed
Lap distance
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Functions on the measurement screen
Starting/Stopping the measurement
The speed unit (km/h or mph) flashes during measurement.
Initially, the auto-mode function which starts or stops measurement automatically in
sync with the bicycle motion is ON. Auto measurement is switched to manual measurement and vice versa by ON/OFF operation in the auto-mode.
*For setting the auto-mode, refer to the menu screen “Setting
the auto-mode” (page 35).
*The total distance, maximum speed, maximum heart rate and
maximum cadence are updated independently of starting/
stopping the measurement.
Speed unit
Auto-mode function (automatic measurement)
When the auto-mode is on (
is turned on), the computer
detects the wheel spinning, and starts/stops the measurement automatically.
*In the transmission-off status where or
is turned off,
the computer does not start the measurement even if you
ride your bicycle. Pay attention when riding after a break.
To recover from the transmission-off status, press the
M1/+ or M2/- button to turn on the sensor icon. For details, refer to the “Transmission sleep mode” (page 19).
Auto-mode icon
Manual measurement
When the auto-mode is off (
is turned off), use the SSE
button to start/stop the measurement.
• Stop reminder
The stop reminder function reminds the rider with an
alarm incase the stopwatch is forgotten to be stopped
after the ride.
When any signal is not received from the speed sensor
for 90 seconds while counting the elapsed time, an alarm
sounds and “STOP!” appears on the screen. This alert
display is repeated up to 3 times every 90 seconds. When
any sensor signal is detected, the alarm is stopped.
* Failure to stop the measurement tends to happen after you
taking a break during riding, or after you finished a race. Ignore this when you start soon after a break at a traffic light.
*This function cannot be disabled.
SSE
Starting/Stopping the manual
measurement
Beep!
Backlight
Pressing the LT button illuminates the displays for about 3 seconds.
*Pressing any button while backlight is still on extends the illumination for another 3 seconds.
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LT
To reset the measurement data (excluding the total time, total
distance, date, and clock) and the lap data, simultaneously
press the SSE button and the M1/+ or M2/- button on the measurement screen.
*Resetting the measurement data saves the data automatically
on a file (page 26).
*The screen will freeze for about 2 seconds after resetting and
button operation is disabled; however, all measurements are
operating normally.
*The countdown distance (C.D.DST→) returns to the value
you set.
*Cannot reset for 5 seconds after pressing the LAP button.
M1/+
SSE
(Simultaneously press)
(or)
SSE
M2/-
(Simultaneously press)
Power-saving function
Transmission sleep mode
When the computer does not receive any signals for 5 minutes
from the speed sensor and the heart rate sensor, it will enter
the transmission-off status for each sensor to save battery
power. In the transmission-off status, any sensor signal cannot
be received. To restart the measurement, press the M1/+ or
M2/- button to recover from the transmission-off status.
The signal transmission status of each sensor can be checked by
the display of the relevant signal icon and the numeric value of “---”.
Receiving sensor signal (under operation)
Stand-by for sensor signal (searching
(constant)
for sensors)
Transmission sleep. Displays the symoff
bol “---”.
*Note that the computer does not start the measurement even
if you ride your bicycle in the transmission-off status, when
the auto-mode is on.
Speed sensor
signal icon
(flashing)
Heart rate sensor
signal icon
Power saving of the computer
When the computer does not receive any data for 10 minutes, it
will enter the power-saving mode, in which only the date/clock
is displayed.
By pressing any buttons except the AC recovers from the
power-saving mode, and the measurement screen appears.
You must press a button when the computer is in power saving
mode before it will start to measure any data.
Power-saving
mode
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Resetting the measurement data
Measurement screen
Upper and middle display data
1 Current speed
Displays the current speed.
Updated every second.
1
2 Heart rate
Displays the heart rate in real time.
Updated every second.
2
3
M1/+
3Cadence
Displays the number of pedal rotations per minute.
Updated every second.
4 Average speed (*1)
Displays the average speed after the start of measurement.
4
5 Average heart rate (*2)
Displays the average heart rate after the start of measurement.
The average will not be reflected when the heart rate is not
measured.
6
5
M1/+
7
6 Average cadence (*3)
Displays the average cadence after the start of measurement.
The average will not be reflected when you stop pedaling.
7 Maximum speed
Displays the maximum speed after the start of measurement.
Updated independently of starting/stopping measurement.
8 Maximum heart rate
Displays the maximum heart rate after the start of measurement.
Updated independently of starting/stopping measurement.
M1/+
8
9
9 Maximum cadence
Displays the maximum cadence after the start of measurement.
Updated independently of starting/stopping measurement.
*1: When the trip distance (DST) exceeds 10000 km [mile], or the elapsed time (TM) exceeds 100 hours, [E] appears indicating further measurement is impossible. Perform
the resetting operation (page 19).
*2: This device stops calculating the average when the heart rate sensor is detached, and
resumes the calculation when the heart rate sensor is worn again. This feature produces actual averages while the heart rate sensor is worn.
*3: This device calculates the average excluding the time when you stop pedaling. This
feature produces actual averages.
* When purchasing CC-TR210DW, the heart rate related data can be measured in combination with the optional heart rate sensor.
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Lower display data
M2/-
Trip distance
Displays the trip distance from the start of measurement.
M2/Countdown distance (page 24)
Displays the countdown distance to the target distance.
M2/0
q
M2/-
0 Lap number (page 22)
Displays the number of current lap.
q Average lap speed in real time
Displays the average lap speed of the current lap in real
time.
w
M2/- w Lap timer (Real time lap)
Displays the elapsed time of the current lap in real time.
M2/-
(2 sec.)
Trip lap distance in real time
Displays the trip distance of the current lap in real time.
e
eDate
Displays the day, month, and year (last 2 digits).
* Display format is different depending on display set up.
rClock
Displays the current time of day in the 24- or 12-hour system.
r
M2/-
M2/-
M2/y
Calorie Consumption
Displays the estimated calorie consumption from the start of
measurement based on the heart rate.
* The calorie consumption can be measured once you wear
the heart rate sensor.
t
t Total time
The total time is accumulated time since purchase. It can
only be reset with Format (page 11).
y Total distance
The total distance is accumulated distance. It is updated
independently of starting/stopping measurement.
It can be edited to desired value.
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Elapsed time
Displays the elapsed time from the start of measurement to the
1/10 second.
When it exceeds 99:59’59”, it repeats from 00’00”0.
* When the elapsed time reaches 1 hour, the 1/10 second is
not displayed.
Pace function
2 types of pace arrow icons for the current speed and the heart
rate are displayed on the screen.
These arrow icons indicate whether the current speed (heart
rate) is above or below the average speed (average heart rate).
Current speed
Appears when the current value is above the average.
Appears when the current value is below the average.
No When the current value is equal to the average, or
arrows zero.
Heart rate
Lap function
Pressing the LAP button on the measurement screen during measurement records
the measurement data between a given set of points (average lap speed/maximum
lap speed, average lap heart rate/maximum lap heart rate, lap time/split time, and
trip lap distance) up to 99 laps. Immediately after recording, the lap data are displayed in the order as shown below, and then return to the measurement screen.
Measurement
screen
6
1
2.5 sec.
LAP
2
3
2.5 sec.
7
4
5
1 Average lap speed
2 Average lap heart rate
Displays the average lap speed (average
lap heart rate) from the previous point (for
L-01: from the start of measurement).
3 Lap number
Displays the lap number just recorded.
*When the total number of laps exceeds 99, “--” appears indicating
further lap recording cannot be done.
4 Trip lap distance
Displays the trip lap distance from the
previous point (for L-01: from the start
of measurement).
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Measurement
screen
Lap data
8
5 Lap time
Displays the elapsed time from the
previous point (for L-01: from the
start of measurement).
6 Maximum lap speed
7 Maximum lap heart rate
Displays the maximum lap lap speed
(maximum lap heart rate) from the
previous point (for L-01: from the
start of measurement).
8 Split time
Displays the total elapsed time from
the start of measurement.
The recorded lap data is saved to a file when you perform the resetting operation
(page 19), and can be viewed on the menu screen “File view” (page 26).
*Pressing the LAP button while the total number of laps reaches 99 displays the
lap data, but “--” appears in place of the lap number indicating further recording is impossible.
*One lap per file is used even when there is no lap data. Therefore, the total
number of laps is the sum of the total number of laps in all files and the number of files.
Example) When the following number of laps are recorded in the files:
Number of laps in a file
F01 : 5 laps
F02 : 0 lap
F03 : 10 laps
Number of files
3 files
The total number of laps is the sum of the total number of used laps in all the
files “15” and the total number of files “3”, i.e., “18”.
Lap time and split time
The lap time displays elapsed time from the
last press of the LAP button.
The split time displays the elapsed time from
the start of measurement to the point LAP
button is pressed.
Start of
measurement LAP
LAP
Lap time 1 Lap time 2
TM
Split time 1
Split time 2
Advance use of the real time lap data
For the real time lap data indicated in the
lower display, the computer starts/stops the
measurement in sync with the regular measurement; however, it resets and restarts the
data every time you press the LAP button.
This independent feature of lap time can be
useful also for intervals and sectional trials
such as hill climb section.
Lap time
M2/-
M2/-
(2 Sec.)
Lap distance
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Saving the lap
Countdown distance
The countdown distance feature displays the countdown distance to a predetermined target trip distance, and notifies when
it reaches zero. When it reaches the target trip distance, the
computer switches any measurement data display to the countdown display, and notifies it by flashing the dot display and an
alarm sound.
Example of how the countdown distance is used
1.Entering the race event distance
For distance system events such as a road race and century ride, enter the race event distance before the start,
and develop your strategy and pace based on the countdown distance during the race.
2.Entering the destination sign distance
For touring, enter the sign distance whenever you encounter a destination sign along the road, and develop
your pace based on the countdown distance.
3.Entering the periodical target distance
Enter the periodical target distance for a week, month, or
year to check your progress.
In case of 20 km
Beep!
When reached
(displays for 5
seconds)
*The countdown distance is set from the menu screen “Setting the countdown
distance” (page 36).
Target heart rate zone
During measurement,
rate status.
on the screen displays the target heart
(constant) The target zone is set to any of HR.ZONE:1 – 4.
(flashing)
(off)
The current heart rate is out of the selected
zone.
The target zone is set to off.
*The target heart rate zone is set from the menu screen “Setting
the target heart rate zone” (page 37).
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Target heart rate
zone
Changing the computer configuration
Measurement screen
MENU
(Back)
M1/+
MENU
(Back)
Menu top screen
File view
Viewing and
deleting files
Setting the clock/date
Changing the
clock/date
Setting the tire
circumference
Selecting the sensor
1 or 2, and changing SSE
the tire circumference (page 31)
Searching the sensor
ID
Synchronizing the
heart rate and speed/
cadence sensor ID
Setting the measurement unit
Total distance manual
entry
Setting the auto-mode
Setting the countdown distance
Setting sound
Setting the target heart
M2/- rate zone
SSE
(page 26)
SSE
(page 30)
Changing the
measurement unit
SSE
(page 32)
SSE
(page 34)
Total distance
input
SSE
(page 34)
On/off of the
auto-mode
SSE
(page 35)
Countdown
distance input
SSE
(page 36)
On/off of the HR
alarm, and button
operation sound
SSE
(page 37)
Selecting HR target
zone or Off, and chang- SSE
ing upper/lower limit (page 37)
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Pressing the MENU button in the measurement screen switches to the menu screen.
In the menu screen, you can view and delete the files saved, and view and change
various configurations.
*Use the M1/+ and M2/- to change menu items.
*After changes are made, be sure to review the setting(s) and confirm by pressing
the MENU button.
*Leaving the menu screen without any operation for 1 minutes returns to the measurement screen, and changes are not saved.
M2/-
M1/+
File view
The lap and measurement data are saved into a file automatically each time a ride is
reset (Resetting Operation page 19)
With the file view, you can view or delete the file saved.
Measurement data to be recorded in a file
The computer can record up to 14 files.
The latest file is recorded always as F-01, and the oldest one is deleted automatically when 14 files are saved.
Date of creation: New
F-01
Old
F-02
F-03
F-14
The measurement data to be saved in a file are as follows.
• Trip distance
• Elapsed time
• Various average values (average speed, average heart rate, and average cadence)
• Various maximum values (maximum speed, maximum heart rate, and maximum cadence)
• Date and time of file creation (date/time when the measurement started)
• Number of laps used
• Calorie consumption
• Time distribution to the target zone (time in the zone, time above the zone,
and time below the zone) and the percentage (%)
• Lap data (average lap speed, average lap heart rate, maximum lap speed,
maximum lap heart rate, lap time, split time, trip lap distance)
Viewing the measurement data in a file
View the measurement data in a file saved in the computer.
1.Press the MENU button in the measurement screen to
switch to the menu top screen.
Press the SSE button on the FILE VIEW screen.
Menu top:
Total number
of laps
MENU Confirm:
SSE
(Back)
Total number of files
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M1/+
Switching the file number:
M2/-
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2.Select the file number using the M1/+ and M2/- buttons,
and confirm using the SSE button.
File number
Number of laps
used in a file
(or)
3.Scroll through the data saved in each file by pressing the
SSE button.
The display items are as follows.
SSE
Date of file creation
SSE
Various average
values
2
Time of the start
When the HR
target zone is set
to OFF (*1)
SSE
Various maximum
In the target zone Out of the target zone
values
1
6
0
SSE
SSE
SSE
3
7
8
4
5
1Average speed
2Average heart rate
3Average cadence
4Trip distance
5Elapsed time
6Maximum speed
7Maximum heart rate
8Maximum cadence
q
w
9
e
r
e
r
9Calorie consumption
0Upper zone limit
qLower zone limit
wSelected zone
eTime in the zone, and the percentage
rTime above the zone, and the percentage
tTime blow the zone, and the percentage
(Displayed
alternately)
t
t
4.From any screen in the file, pressing the MENU button
returns to the menu top screen (FILE VIEW screen).
Pressing it again returns to the measurement screen.
To the menu top/measurement screen:
MENU
(Back)
*1:HR target zone is set to OFF during measurement, no data related to the
target zone is displayed.
*Pressing the LAP button while viewing data switches to viewing the lap data.
For details, refer to “Viewing the lap data” (page 28).
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Viewing the lap data
View the lap data in a file saved in the computer.
1.Select the file number you want to view from the menu
screen “File view” (page 26).
2.Press the LAP button to view the lap data contained in
the file selected. The average and maximum values are
displayed alternately as follows.
Press the LAP button again to return from the lap data.
File number
Number of laps
used in a file
Viewing/exiting lap data:
LAP
Average values
Maximum values
6
1
7
2
3
4
8
5
1Average lap speed
2Average lap heart rate
3Lap number
Date of file
4Trip lap distance
creation
5Lap time
Time of the start
6Maximum lap speed
7Maximum lap heart rate
8Split time
(Displayed alternately)
3.Switch the laps, if applicable, using the M1/+ and M2/buttons.
Switching the lap number:
M1/+
M2/-
(or)
4.Pressing the MENU button returns to the menu top screen
(FILE VIEW screen). Pressing it again returns to the measurement screen.
To the menu top/measurement screen:
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MENU
(Back)
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Deleting files
Delete the file saved in the computer.
The computer deletes and overwrites an old file automatically; however, you can
also delete the specified file manually.
1.Switch to the menu screen “File view” (page 26).
2.Simultaneously press the SSE button and the M1/+ or
M2/- button to switch to the deleting screen.
File number
Number of laps
used in a file
Switching to the deleting screen:
M1/+
SSE
(Simultaneously press)
(or)
SSE
M2/-
(Simultaneously press)
Date of file creation
Time of the start
3.Select the file number you want to delete from the date/
clock of file creation. To delete all files, select “ALL”.
Switching the file number:
01 ↔ 02 ↔ 03 ⋅⋅⋅ ALL ↔ 01
M1/+
M2/-
Searching
delete screen
File number to
delete
(or)
4.Press the SSE button to delete the file.
Deleting files: SSE
(Displayed
alternately)
5.Pressing the MENU button returns to the menu top screen
(FILE VIEW screen). Pressing it again returns to the
measurement screen.
To the menu top/measurement screen:
MENU
(Back)
*Pressing the MENU button on the deleting screen cancels deleting of files, and
returns to the previous screen.
*When the computer has no files (F-00) the delete file operation is not operable.
*Once a file is deleted, all lap data associated with that file is also deleted.
*Once a file is deleted, it cannot be restored.
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M2/-
M1/+
Setting the clock/date
Set the “Clock display format”, “Hour”, “Minute”, “Date display format”, “Year”,
“Month” and “Day”.
*Press and hold the M1/+ or M2/- button to increase/decrease the number
quickly.
1.Press the MENU button in the measurement screen to
switch to the menu top screen.
Switch to the CLOCK.DATE screen using the M1/+ and
M2/- buttons, and confirm with the SSE button.
MENU
Menu top:
(Back)
Changing the menu:
M1/+
M2/-
(or)Confirm: SSE
2.Select the clock display format.
Select “24h (24 hour)” or “12h (12 hour)” using the M1/+
and M2/- buttons, and confirm with the SSE button.
24h ↔ 12h:
M1/+
M2/-
(or)Confirm: SSE
3.Enter the “Hour” or “Minute”.
Enter the “Hour” using the M1/+ and M2/- buttons,
confirm with the SSE button, and then enter the “Minute”
in the same way.
Setting range: 24h 0:00 – 23:59 [12h AM1:00 – PM12:59]
Increase/decrease:
M1/+
M2/-
(or)Confirm: SSE
4.Select the date display format.
Select the date display format from “YY/MM/DD”, “MM/
DD/YY”, and “DD/MM/YY” using the M1/+ and M2/- buttons, and confirm with the SSE button.
Switch the display:
M1/+
M2/-
(or)Confirm: SSE
5.Enter the “Year”, “Month” and “Day”.
Enter the “Year”, “Month” and “Day” in the display order
selected in Step 4 using the M1/+ and M2/- buttons, and
confirm with the SSE button. Enter the last 2 digits of the
year.
Setting range: 00.01.01 – 99.12.31
Increase/decrease:
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Display format
M1/+
M2/-
(or)Confirm: SSE
Hour Minute
M2/-
M1/+
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6.Pressing the MENU button returns to the menu top
screen (CLOCK.DATE screen), and confirm the change(s).
Pressing it again returns to the measurement screen.
To the menu top/measurement screen:
MENU
(Back)
Setting the tire circumference
Set the tire circumference to SP1 (Speed sensor 1) and SP2 (Speed sensor 2)
synchronized according to “Searching the sensor ID” (page 32).
*For the tire circumference, see “Tire circumference” (page 13).
*Press and hold the M1/+ or M2/- button to increase/decrease the number quickly.
1.Press the MENU button in the measurement screen to
switch to the menu top screen.
Switch to the TIRE screen using the M1/+ and M2/- buttons, and confirm with the SSE button.
MENU
Menu top:
(Back)
Changing the menu:
M1/+
M2/-
(or)Confirm: SSE
2.Select “ID:1” (Sensor 1) or “ID:2” (Sensor 2) using the
M1/+ and M2/-buttons.
ID:1 ↔ ID:2 :
Sensor icon being recognized
M1/+
M2/-
Current wheel
size
(or)Confirm: SSE
At this point if entry of tire circumference is not necessary, proceed to Step 4.
3.Enter the last 2 digits of the tire circumference for the
sensor selected in Step 2 using the M1/+ and M2/- buttons, and confirm using the SSE button.
Then, enter the first 2 digits in the same way.
Setting range: 0100 – 3999 mm
Increase/decrease:
M1/+
M2/-
(or)
Move digits: SSE
4.Pressing the MENU button returns to the menu top
screen (TIRE screen), and confirm the change(s).
Pressing it again returns to the measurement screen.
To the menu top/measurement screen:
MENU
(Back)
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M2/-
M1/+
*When you use a computer for a single bicycle, set the tire circumference to
ID:1 (Sensor 1) only. When you use a computer commonly for two bicycles,
set the tire circumference of the second bicycle to ID:2 (Sensor 2).
*Changing to the measurement screen displays the sensor icon selected ( or
). Even when a computer is commonly used for two bicycles, the speed sensor is recognized automatically and the measurement can be started (it may
take time to automatically recognize the sensor depending on the situation).
For details, refer to “Automatic recognition of the speed sensor ID” (page 4).
Searching the sensor ID
When moving the computer from one sensor to another or to use a different HR
chest strap, this operation must be performed.
*This unit requires the sensor ID. The computer cannot receive the sensor signal unless the sensor ID is synchronized properly.
*When you use the unit for the first time (at factory default setting), each
sensor ID has been synchronized to the computer in the package; accordingly, the following procedure is not required.
*To check the sensor ID, each sensor must be near the computer.
1.Press the MENU button on the measurement screen to
switch to the menu top screen.
Switch to the SENSOR-ID screen using the M1/+ and
M2/- buttons, and confirm with the SSE button.
Menu top:
Changing the menu:
MENU
(Back)
M1/+
M2/-
(or)Confirm: SSE
2.Select the sensor ID to be checked.
Select it from “HR (heart rate sensor)”, “SP1 (speed sensor
1)”, and “SP2 (speed sensor 2)” using the M1/+ and M2/buttons.
HR ↔ SP1 ↔ SP2:
M1/+
M2/-
(or)
*SP2 is used when a computer is commonly used for
two bicycles. By checking the ID of the second speed
sensor mounted to a second bicycle as SP2, the computer is capable of recognizing two bicycles automatically.
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3.Press the SSE button to start checking the ID.
Start searching: SSE
While the value on the screen is changing, press the
RESET button on the sensor to be checked.
Speed sensor
RESET
Heart rate sensor
RESET
When the heart rate or speed (cadence) is displayed with
“ID-OK” on the screen, synchronization is completed.
*The computer enters the search mode for 5 minutes
after starting the ID synch.
Press the SSE button in the search mode to cancel
the ID synch, and “ID-SKIP” is displayed. Unless a
sensor signal is received in 5 minutes, “ID-ERROR” is
displayed.
When “ID-SKIP” or “ID-ERROR” is displayed, the sensor ID remains as it was before the ID synch.
4.Pressing the MENU button returns to the menu top
screen (SENSOR-ID screen), and confirm the change(s).
Pressing it again returns to the measurement screen.
To the menu top/measurement screen:
MENU
(Back)
*When you use SP2, set the tire circumference of ID:2 (Sensor 2) according to
“Setting the tire circumference” (page 31).
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M2/-
M1/+
Setting the measurement unit
Change the unit (km or mile).
1.Press the MENU button in the measurement screen to
switch to the menu top screen.
Switch to the UNIT screen using the M1/+ and M2/- buttons, and confirm with the SSE button.
MENU
Menu top:
(Back)
M1/+
Changing the menu:
M2/-
Current speed
unit
(or)Confirm: SSE
2.Select the speed unit using the M1/+ and M2/- buttons.
km ↔ mile:
M1/+
M2/-
(or)
3.Pressing the MENU button returns to the menu top
screen (UNIT screen), and confirm the change(s).
Pressing it again returns to the measurement screen.
To the menu top/measurement screen:
MENU
(Back)
*After the unit is switched, the total distance measured in the past is automatically converted to the new unit.
Total distance manual entry
Once you enter any value to the total distance, you can start the total distance
from the value you entered. The total distance in the past can be input after formatting or to a new computer.
*Press and hold the M1/+ or M2/- button to increase/decrease the number
quickly.
1.Press the MENU button in the measurement screen to
switch to the menu top screen.
Switch to the ODO INPUT screen using the M1/+ and
M2/- buttons, and confirm with the SSE button.
Menu top:
Changing the menu:
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MENU
(Back)
M1/+
M2/-
(or)Confirm: SSE
Current
total value
M2/-
M1/+
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2.Enter the total distance using the M1/+ and M2/- buttons,
and move digits using the SSE button.
*The total distance is displayed in a 6-digit integer number, beginning with 4 digit display and including small
letters sequentially shifting to the right.
Last 4 digits are
displayed.
Setting range: 0 – 999999 km [mile]
Increase/decrease:
M1/+
M2/-
(or)
Move digits:SSE
3.Pressing the MENU button returns to the menu top
screen (ODO INPUT screen), and confirm the change(s).
Pressing it again returns to the measurement screen.
To the menu top/measurement screen:
MENU
(Back)
Setting the auto-mode
Switch on/off of the auto-mode (page 18).
1.Press the MENU button in the measurement screen to
switch to the menu top screen.
Switch to the AUTO MODE screen using the M1/+ and
M2/- buttons, and confirm with the SSE button.
MENU
Menu top:
Current setting
(Back)
M1/+
Changing the menu:
M2/-
(or)Confirm: SSE
2.Select ON or OFF using the M1/+ and M2/- buttons.
ON ↔ OFF:
M1/+
M2/-
(or)
3.Pressing the MENU button returns to the menu top
screen (AUTO MODE screen), and confirm the change(s).
Pressing it again returns to the measurement screen.
To the menu top/measurement screen:
MENU
(Back)
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M2/-
M1/+
Setting the countdown distance
Enter the target trip distance for the countdown distance (page 24).
*Press and hold the M1/+ or M2/- button to increase/decrease the number
quickly.
1.Press the MENU button in the measurement screen to
switch to the menu top screen.
Switch to the C.D.DST→ screen using the M1/+ and
M2/- buttons, and confirm with the SSE button.
Menu top:
Changing the menu:
Current setting
MENU
(Back)
M1/+
M2/-
(or)Confirm: SSE
2.Enter the target distance using the M1/+ and M2/- buttons, and move digits using the SSE button.
Setting range: 0.0 – 9999.9
Increase/decrease:
M1/+
M2/-
(or)
Move digits: SSE
*The target distance can be set to the 0.1 km.
3.Pressing the MENU button returns to the menu top
screen (C.D.DST→ screen), and confirm the change(s).
Pressing it again returns to the measurement screen.
To the menu top/measurement screen:
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MENU
(Back)
Target distance
In case of 100.0
km
M2/-
M1/+
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Setting sound
Switch on/off of the target zone alarm sound and button operation sound.
1.Press the MENU button in the measurement screen to
switch to the menu top screen.
Switch to the SOUND screen using the M1/+ and M2/buttons, and confirm with the SSE button.
MENU
Menu top:
(Back)
M1/+
Changing the menu:
M2/-
(or)Confirm: SSE
2.Switch between the HR out of zone alarm and button
operation using the SSE button.
HR zone alarm
HR.ALARM ↔ BUTTON: SSE
Button operation sound
3.Select ON or OFF using the M1/+ and M2/- buttons.
ON ↔ OFF:
M1/+
M2/-
(or)
4.Pressing the MENU button returns to the menu top
screen (SOUND screen), and confirm the change(s).
Pressing it again returns to the measurement screen.
To the menu top/measurement screen:
MENU
(Back)
Setting the target heart rate zone
Select the HR target zone (1 to 4) or OFF, and change the upper/lower limit of
each zone.
*Stop measurement and perform the resetting operation (page 19) before
you can change the target heart rate zone. Unless you perform the resetting
operation, “DATA RESET” appears on the screen, preventing from changing
the target heart rate zones.
*For details of the target zone, see “3 Use of the target zone” (page 41).
*Press and hold the M1/+ or M2/- button to increase/decrease the number
quickly.
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1.Press the MENU button in the measurement screen to
switch to the menu top screen.
Switch to the HR.ZONE screen using the M1/+ and M2/buttons, and confirm with the SSE button.
MENU
Menu top:
(Back)
M1/+
Changing the menu:
M2/-
Current setting
(or)Confirm: SSE
2.Select the HR target zone.
Select one from OFF, 1, 2, 3, or 4 using the M1/+ and
M2/- buttons. When using the HR target zone, select from
1 to 4, confirm using the SSE button, and then proceed
to Step 3.
When not using the target heart rate zone, select OFF,
and then proceed to Step 4.
Select the zone:
M1/+
(OFF ↔ 1 ↔ 2 ⋅⋅⋅ 4 ↔ OFF)
M2/-
(or)
Confirm: SSE
Upper limit
3.Enter the lower limit for the selected zone using the M1/+
and M2/- buttons, and confirm using the SSE button.
Then, enter the upper limit in the same way.
Setting range: 0 – 240 (*1)
Increase/decrease:
M1/+
M2/-
(or)Confirm: SSE
4.Pressing the MENU button returns to the menu top
screen (HR.ZONE screen), and confirm the change(s).
Pressing it again returns to the measurement screen.
To the menu top/measurement screen:
Lower limit
MENU
(Back)
*1:You can enter any upper/lower limit to each zone; however, the upper limit
is adjusted automatically to the lower limit + 1 when the entered lower limit
exceeds the upper limit. In case of the upper limit, vice versa, the lower limit
is adjusted in the same way.
*The upper limit is displayed with the digit in a small numeric when it exceeds
199.
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Heart rate training
general fitness
1Improving
Bicycling is one of the best activities to improve your general fitness. To improve your
overall fitness through bicycling, set a target heart rate zone from between 30% and 70%
of your maximum HR, depending on your physical strength. For best results, exercise
consistently in this zone for periods of at least 20-30 minutes, 3 or more times a week.
To obtain your target zone, see the table below, which illustrates the correlation
between heart rate and training level. For beginners, it is recommended to start
with the level of 30% of your max. From this point, gradually increase the level
according to your fitness level and experience. Training at levels over 70% of
your HR max will focus more on anaerobic exercise, and less on aerobic exercise.
Weight loss usually occurs through longer rides (over 1 hour) at lower HR levels.
200
PULSE RATE (bpm)
MAX
IMUM
180
PULS
E RA
80%
160
TE (2
04 –
0.69
x AG
E)
70%
60%
140
50%
TARGET
ZONE
120 40%
30%
100
190
–A
180
–
GE
AG
E
Exercise Level
90
20
AGE
30
40
50
60
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This section is just a general overview of training with heart rate data. For more
complete information, there are books and websites with more in-depth information.
Generally, the heart rate increases during exercise, getting higher in conjunction with
the intensity of the workout. Measurement the rate of your heart beat is a good indicator of the intensity of your workout. By setting target HR (heart rate) zones and sticking to pre-set exercises, you will be able to work out more efficiently. Before beginning a training program, be sure to first consult a medical specialist or sports trainer.
for competition
2Training
Measure your resting heart rate just after waking in the morning and your maximum heart rate (perhaps during competition). Then set your target zone according to your goal:
A) For recovery, endurance training, and weight loss :
60% - 70% (aerobic exercise)
B) For quality endurance and tempo training :
70% - 80% (aerobic exercise)
C) For increasing TT and race ability, and VO2 max :
85% + (anaerobic exercise)
D) For anaerobic capacity and sprinting :
92.5% + (anaerobic exercise)
• Training level (%) = (Target heart rate) - (Resting heart rate)
(Maximum heart rate) - (Resting heart rate)
x 100
• Target heart rate = (Maximum heart rate - Resting heart rate) x
Training level (%) + Resting heart rate
100
Resting heart rate
Your resting heart rate is usually the lowest recorded rate soon after waking up
in the morning.
Maximum heart rate
The following calculations are generally used: (220 - age) or (204 - 0.69 x age).
For more precise figure, consult a training specialist.
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sounds an alarm and notifies the rider by flashing .
The heart rate zone is selected from 4 predetermined zones.
For a training aiming at a heart rate of 140 to 160 bpm, select HR.ZONE:3 as
shown below.
Then, the computer sounds an alarm when the heart rate falls below 139 bpm,
or rises above 161 bpm.
Once the target zone is set to ON, the relevant data are recorded and the time in
the zone, time above the zone, and time below the zone and their percentages
can be viewed in the file view (page 26).
Heart rate 60
bpm
HR.ZONE :1
100 - 120 bpm
HR.ZONE :2
120 - 140 bpm
HR.ZONE :3
140 - 160 bpm
HR.ZONE :4
160 - 180 bpm
80
100
120
140
160
ZONE:1
180
200
Heart rate zone
ZONE:2
Alarm
ZONE:3
Target training zone
Alarm
ZONE:4
Default zone
*You can enter any upper/lower limit to each zone.
*You can select the HR target zone (1 to 4) or OFF, and change the upper/lower
limit from the menu screen “Setting the target heart rate zone” (page 37).
*On/off of the alarm sound is selected from the menu screen “Setting sound”
(page 37).
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of the target zone
3Use
When the heart rate is out of the zone during the measurement, the computer
Trouble shooting
If a malfunction occurs, check the following before contacting CatEye or your retailer
for repair or service.
Trouble on display
Trouble
Display motion becomes slower.
Flashes on the
screen.
“STOP!” lights up.
No displays appear.
Meaningless display
appears.
Cannot measure the
trip speed (cadence)
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Check Items
Is the surrounding temperature low (below zero
degree Celsius or 32 degrees
Fahrenheit)?
The remaining battery capacity for the computer is low.
Remedy
Temperatures below freezing may
result in slower screen response.
Data is not affected.
Replace it with a new battery
(CR2032) immediately.
After replacement, be sure to
perform the restarting operation
(page 11).
The stop reminder function
It is cancelled, once you press the
(page 18) is activated.
SSE button to stop the measurement.
Ignore this during measurement.
Is the battery for the comReplace it with a new battery
puter empty?
(CR2032).
After replacement, be sure to
perform the restarting operation
(page 11).
Perform the restarting operation
(page 11).
Have you checked the sensor Check the speed sensor ID (page
32) for SP1 (speed sensor 1)
ID?
Is the computer ID Synch’ed or SP2 (speed sensor 2).
with somebody else’s sensor?
The computer cannot receive
Is turned on?
any data when is turned off.
Press the M1/+ or M2/- button to
recover from the transmission-off
status (page 19).
Check if the distance between In reference to “How to install the
each sensor zone of the speed unit on your bicycle” (page 7),
sensor and the magnet is too appropriately adjust the positions
large.
of the corresponding magnet with
Check if each sensor zone of the sensor zone.
the speed sensor is off the
center of the magnet.
Check if the computer is in
Press any button on the computer
the transmission-off status, to return to the measurement
or displays the power saving screen.
screen.
Is the battery for the speed
Replace it with a new battery
sensor empty?
(CR2032).
The heart rate is
sometimes zero and
sometimes measured.
Moving the main unit
away from your body
will prevent measurement of the heart rate.
Check Items
Have you checked the sensor ID? Is the computer ID
Synch’ed with somebody
else’s sensor?
Is the Heart rate sensor icon
off ?
Remedy
Check the speed sensor ID (page
32) for HR (heart rate sensor).
If the Heart rate sensor icon is off
, the computer cannot receive
the Heart rate data. Press the
M1/+ or M2/- button once to turn
on the icon.
Press any button on the computer
to cancel the power-saving function.
Has the power-saving function been activated, showing
only date/clock on the
screen?
Is the electrode pad detached Wear appropriately so that the
from your body?
electrode pad is in good contact
with the body.
Check whether the heart rate Attach the heart rate sensor
sensor is correctly secured to firmly.
the HR strap.
Dry skin (particularly in
Slightly moisten the electrode pad
winter)
of the heart rate sensor.
Is the battery for the heart
Replace it with a new battery
rate sensor used up?
(CR2032).
lights up Replace it with a new battery
Check whether
on the computer screen.
(CR2032).
The remaining battery capac- After replacement, be sure to
ity for the computer is low.
perform the restarting operation
(page 11).
Is the electrode pad overly
Replace with a new HR strap.
worn and damaged after long
use?
Check whether the HR strap To wear the electrode pad coris correctly worn on the body. rectly, follow the instructions for
wearing the heart rate sensor
(page 10).
lights up Replace it with a new battery
Check whether
on the computer screen.
(CR2032).
The remaining battery capac- After replacement, be sure to
ity for the computer is low.
perform the restarting operation
(page 11).
Is the battery for the heart
Replace it with a new battery
rate sensor used up?
(CR2032).
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Trouble
Heart rate signals are
not received.
Trouble on operation
Trouble
Check Items
Pressing the LT but- Check whether
lights up
ton does not turn on on the computer screen.
a light.
The remaining battery capacity for the computer is low.
No measurement
starts even while
riding.
The heart rate sensor
(speed sensor) ID
check failed.
Lap data cannot be
stored.
Abnormal values
appear.
In menu mode, cannot change settings.
Measurement data
cannot be stored on
the file view.
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Remedy
Replace it with a new battery
(CR2032).
After replacement, be sure to perform the restarting operation (page
11).
is
Check if the auto-mode is off When the auto-mode is off (
is turned off).
turned off), press the relevant but(
ton to start/stop the measurement.
For automatic measurement, turn
on the auto-mode (page 35).
The battery for the heart rate sensor
(speed sensor) is possibly depleted.
After replacing the battery with a
new one (CR2032), check the sensor ID again (page 32).
Have you already completed Delete data files that contain several
99 laps?
laps from the file view (page 29)
in order to obtain free space for lap
recording.
Is the lap time over 100 hours With the recording range exceeded,
(Or is the trip lap distance
the lap cannot be measured.
over 9999.99 km)?
Perform the resetting operation
(page 19) for further measurements.
Is it immediately after press- You cannot record the lap for 5
ing the LAP button?
seconds immediately after pressing
the LAP button.
Keep the unit away from any object
Are there any objects emitthat may be causing interference,
ting electromagnetic waves
(railway tracks, transmitting and perform the resetting operation
stations for television, Wi-Fi (page 19).
environment, etc.) nearby?
Is it currently measurement? Only top menu can be viewed during
measurement.
When the auto-mode is turned Keep the unit away from any object
illuminating), it may that may be causing interference
on (with
enter the measurement mode
with electromagnetic waves.
due to electromagnetic waves.
Check whether “DATA RESET” To change the HR target zone, the
is displayed on the screen.
resetting operation is required.
Stop the measurement, and perform
the resetting operation (page 19).
Has the total number of laps Delete data files that contain several laps
from the file view (page 29) in order
reached 99?
to obtain free space for lap recording.
Replacing battery
Warning!!! :
Safely dispose of the old batteries, and do not place them within reach of children.
If a battery is swallowed, consult a doctor immediately.
*When any battery for the computer, heart rate sensor, or speed sensor is depleted, we recommend replacing all batteries at the same time.
*The battery life shown in this manual is not definitive and it varies depending on
the use environment.
*The battery cover sealing is critical to maintain the waterproof feature.
Clean any contamination on the battery cover or the seal, and check whether it
seals correctly.
Computer
Close
Battery life: Approx. 1 years when used for 1 hour per day.
*When the remaining battery capacity is low,
lights up. Open
1.Remove the battery cover on the back of the computer
using a coin, or the equivalent.
2.Insert new lithium batteries (CR2032) with the (+) sign
upward, and close the battery cover firmly.
3.After replacement, be sure to perform the restarting operation (page 11), and set the date and time.
CR2032
Heart rate sensor
Battery life: Approx. 1 years when worn for 1 hour per day.
1.Remove the battery cover on the back of the heart rate
sensor using a coin, or the equivalent.
2.Insert new lithium batteries (CR2032) with the (+) sign
upward, and close the battery cover firmly.
*The heart rate sensor consumes power when worn. Remove the heart rate sensor whenever measurement is not
required.
Close
Open
CR2032
Speed sensor
Battery life: Approx. 1 years when used for 1 hour per day.
1.Remove the battery cover on the speed sensor using a
coin, or the equivalent.
2.Insert new lithium batteries (CR2032) with the (+) sign
upward, and close the battery cover firmly.
3.After battery replacement, be sure to check that the positions of the magnet and sensor are correct and they are
secured firmly.
CR2032
Close
Open
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The product comes with factory-installed batteries. When a battery is empty, replace
it with a new one according to the following instructions.
Maintenance
Perform the daily care according to the following instructions.
• Regularly check that the positions of the magnets and sensors are correct, and
they are secured firmly.
• When the computer, heart rate sensor, and speed sensor are dirty, wash them
with water or wipe them with a soft cloth dampened with diluted neutral detergent,
then wipe with dry cloth. Do not use solvents such as benzine or rubbing alcohol
as they may damage the surfaces.
• Since the HR strap directly touches your skin, keep it clean by washing off any dirt
after use.
Spare accessories
Standard accessories
1603580
Parts kit (ISC-10)
1603585
Speed sensor kit (ISC-10)
1603590
Heart rate sensor kit
(HR-10)
1603595
HR Strap
1600280N
Bracket band
1602193
Bracket
1699691N
Wheel magnet
1699766
Cadence magnet
1665150
Lithium battery
(CR2032)
Optional accessories
1602980
Nylon tie bracket
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Specifications
Current speed
0.0 (4.0) − 150.0 km/h [0.0 (3.0) − 93.0 mph]
For 27-inch tire size
0.0 − 150.0 km/h [0.0 − 93.0 mph]
0.0 (4.0) − 150.0 km/h [0.0 (3.0) − 93.0 mph]
0 (30) − 240 bpm
0 − 240 bpm
0 (30) − 240 bpm
0 (20) − 199 rpm
0 − 199 rpm
0 (20) − 199 rpm
‘00.01.01 − ‘99.12.31
(Display format can be switched)
Clock
0:00’00” − 23:59’59”
[AM 1:00’00” − PM 12:59’59”]
(Both 12 and 24-hour modes can be selected)
Calorie consumption
0 − 9999 / 10000 − 999999 kcal
(Calculation-based estimation only)
Total time
0 − 99999 hour
Odometer
0.0 − 9999.9 / 10000 − 999999 km [mile]
Elapsed time
00’00”0 − 59’59”9 / 1:00’00” − 99:59’59”
Trip distance
0.00 − 9999.99 km [mile]
Countdown distance
9999.90 − 0.00 km [mile]
Lap number
L-01 − L-99
Average lap speed in real time 0.0 − 150.0 km/h [0.0 − 93.0 mph]
Lap timer
0’00”0 − 59’59”9 / 01:00’00” − 99:59’59”
Trip lap distance in real time 0.00 − 9999.99 km [mile]
Lap
Upper display (Average lap speed,maximum lap speed)
Middle display (average lap heart rate,Lap number,maximum lap heart rate)
Lower display (trip lap distance,lap time,split time)
Control system
One-chip microcomputer, crystal oscillator
Display system
Liquid crystal display (EL backlight)
Speed/Cadence sensor signal
Noncontact magnetic sensor
detection system
Sensor signal transmission and 2.4 GHz ISM Band (With ID for each sensor. 2-IDs (SP1, SP2) can be
reception
set for the speed sensor.)
Communication range
5 m (above 5 m, transmission distance may vary due to environmental conditions)
Operating temperature range
32 °F − 104 °F [0 °C − 40 °C]
(This product will not function appropriately when exceeding the
Working Temperature range. Slow response or black LCD at lower or
higher temperature may happen respectively.)
Storage temperature range
-4 °F − 122 °F [-20 °C − 50 °C]
Wheel circumference set range 0100 − 3999 mm 1 size for each speed sensor ID
(Initial value: SP1 = 2096, SP2 = 2050)
:CR2032 x 1 / Approx. 1 years (When using 1 hour/day)
Power supply/ Computer
battery life
Heart rate sensor :CR2032 x 1 / Approx. 1 years (When worn about 1 hour per day)
Speed sensor
:CR2032 x 1 / Approx. 1 years (When using 1 hour/day)
Dimensions/ Computer
:2-7/32” x 1-1/2” x 43/64” (56.5 x 38 x 16.9 mm ) / 1.06 oz (30 g)
Weight
(With the batteries)
Heart rate sensor :1-7/32” x 2-29/64” x 33/64” (31 x 62.5 x 13.2 mm ) / 0.54 oz (15.4 g)
(With the batteries)
Speed sensor
:1-55/64” x 2-29/64” x 33/64” (47.4 x 62.4 x 13.1 mm)
(Excluding the arm) / 0.74 oz (21 g) (With the batteries)
Average speed
Maximum speed
Middle display Heart rate
Average heart rate
Maximum heart rate
Cadence
Average cadence
Maximum cadence
Lower display Date
*When the elapsed time exceeds 100 hours, or the trip distance exceeds 9999.99 km/h, “E” appears in
place of the average speed.
*Designs and specifications are subject to change without notice, due to modifications or improvements.
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Display Upper display
functions
コンピュータ裏面のバッテリーカバーに記載の7桁の数字をご記入ください。
Veuillez indiquer le numéro à 7 chiffres indiqué sur le couvercle de la pile de l’unité principale.
Geben Sie bitte die siebenstellige Nummer an, die auf der Batterieabdeckung der Haupteinheit steht.
Vul de 7-cijferige nummers in die op de batterijendeksel van de computer staan.
Por favor, complete el número de 7 dígitos mostrado en la tapa de las pilas de la unidad principal).
Inserire il codice di 7 cifre indicato sul coperchio del vano batterie dell’unità principale.
*1 Please fill with 7-digits numbers marked on the battery cover of main unit.
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