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VDO Cyclecomputing Z3 PC-LINK Operating instructions
VDO SERIES-Z
FOR CYCLING
I N S T R U C T I O N M A N U A L / B E D I E N U N G S A N L E I T U N G / M A N U E L D ´ I N S TA L L AT I O N
E T D ´ U T I L I S AT I O N / H A N D L E I D I N G / M A N U A L E D ´ I N S TA L L A Z I O N E E F U N Z I O N A M E N T O
I N S T R U K C J A O B S L U G I L I C Z N I K A / I N S TA L A C I O N Y O P E R A C I Ó N M A N U A L
✍
My Settings
AGE:
WEIGHT:
MAX HEARTRATE:
LIMIT 1:
LOW:
HIGH:
LIMIT 2:
LOW:
HIGH:
LIMIT 3:
LOW:
HIGH:
RECOVERY TIME:
RECOVERY PULSE:
BIKE 1 WEIGHT:
BIKE 2 WEIGHT:
BIKE 1 WHEELSIZE:
BIKE 2 WHEELSIZE:
BIKE 1 SERVICE INTERVALL:
BIKE 2 SERVICE INTERVALL:
HOME ALTITUDE:
FURTHER SETTINGS:
Picturebook
P01
ONLY FOR MODELS
Z2 PC-LINK / Z3 PC-LINK
CD-ROM
PC-Sport
*
8x
* Watch out: old batteries require special disposal
Please read instructions for end-off-life disposal treatment
Picturebook
P02
OPEN
CLOSE
!
OPEN
CLOSE
!
Picturebook
P03
ONLY FOR
MODELS
Z2/Z2 PC-LINK
Z3/Z3 PC-LINK
!
OPEN
CLOSE
Picturebook
P04/05
90°
Picturebook
P06
LOCK
UNLOCK
2.CLICK
1.LOCK
2.UNLOCK
Picturebook
P07
1-5 mm
Picturebook
P08
ONLY FOR
MODELS
Z2/Z2 PC-LINK
Z3/Z3 PC-LINK
Picturebook
P09
P09-2
CLOSE
OPEN
Picturebook
P10
1x
WS in mm / inch
Tire size
47-305
47-406
34-540
47-507
23-571
40-559
44-559
47-559
50-559
n/a
54-559
n/a
57-559
37-590
16x1,75
20x1,75
24x1 3/8
24x1,75
26x1
26x1,5
26x1,6
26x1,75
26x1,9
26 x 1,95
26x2,00
26 x 2,1
26x2,125
26x1 3/8
WS in mm KMH WS in inch MPH
1272
50,1
1590
62,6
1948
76,7
1907
75,1
1973
77,7
2026
79,8
2051
80,7
2055
80,9
2060
81,1
2070
81,5
2075
81,7
2080
81,9
2133
84,0
2105
82,9
Tire size
20-571
32-630
40-622
47-622
40-635
37-622
18-622
20-622
23-622
25-622
28-622
32-622
37-622
40-622
26x3/4
27x1 1/4
28x1,5
28x1,75
28x1 1/2
28x1 3/8
700x18C
700x20C
700x23C
700x25C
700x28C
700x32C
700x37C
700x40C
WS in mm KMH WS in inch MPH
1954
76,9
2199
86,6
2224
87,6
2268
89,3
2265
89,2
2205
86,8
2102
82,8
2114
83,2
2133
84,0
2146
84,5
2149
84,6
2174
85,6
2205
86,8
2224
87,6
Picturebook
P11
ONLY FOR
MODELS
Z2 PC-LINK
Z3 PC-LINK
EN
Congratulations
With your selection of a VDO Z3 PC-Link you have opted for high-quality
sports information computer. In order to fully benefit from the potential
of the computer, we recommend that you carefully read this manual. It
contains all operating instructions and many useful tips.
We extend our best wishes for enjoyment and satisfaction when riding
with your VDO computer.
VDO Cyclecomputing Cycle Parts GmbH
Package contents >>> P01
First, please ensure that the contents of this package are complete:
1 VDO computer Z3PC-Link
1 VDO speed transmitter
1 VDO pulse-chest belt incl. elastic strap, incl. battery
1 battery for computer, 3 V type 2032
1 handlebar holder
1 wrist band holder
1 lock for the wrist band holder
1 spoke magnet
1 docking station with USB cable for data transfer to the PC
1 CD-ROM with analysis software for the PC
8 cable ties
Optional extension set:
VDO cadence transmitter
>>> P...
Reference to the appropriate pages in the picture book.This is where
the content is again presented in picture form, e.g.:
>>> P01
P01 page 1 in the picture book
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INSTRUCTION MANUAL
TABLE OF CONTENT
1.1.
GENERAL
1.2.
IMPORTANT INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE DIGITAL
WIRELESS SYSTEM
1.3.
Control system - operation
1.3.1.
Operating mode
1.3.2.
Setting mode
1.4.
The display
1.5.
Extension options & accessories
2. INSTALLATION
2.1.
Battery installation
2.1.1.
Battery installation - computer and speed/cadence
transmitter
2.1.2.
Battery installation pulse-chest belt.
2.2.
Installation - holder/computer/transmitter/magnet
2.3.
Putting on the pulse-chest belt
2.4.
Mounting the computer on the wrist band
3. INITIAL OPERATION
3.1.
Initial operation, AC-button
3.2.
Language selection
3.3.
Manual pairing - INITIAL operation wireless system
3.3.1.
Initial operation - pulse transmitter
3.3.2.
Initial operation - speed transmitter
3.3.3.
Initial operation - cadence transmitter
4. GENERAL SETTINGS
4.1.
Setting the language
4.2.
Setting time & date
4.3.
Setting the alarm, alarm clock
5. BICYCLE FUNCTION SETTINGS
5.1.
Measuring and setting wheel size/s
5.2.
Changing wheel size
5.3.
Setting total kilometers
5.4.
Bike check / service interval
6. PERSONAL SETTINGS IMPORTANT NOTE
The personal settings are prerequisite for calculating maximum pulse,
training zones, and calorie consumption.
Ensure that you make the personal settings first so that you can fully
utilize the possibilities offered by the computer.
6.1.
6.2.
Personal settings with manual max. pulse entry
Personal settings with automatic max. pulse calculation
7.PULSE FUNCTION SETTINGS
7.1.
Automatic calculation of pulse limit values
7.2.
Manual entry of pulse limit values
7.3.
Selecting the training range
7.4.
Setting the recovery measurement (pulse or time)
7.5.
Power calculation in watt
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8. ALTITUDE FUNCTION SETTINGS
8.1.
Setting the home altitude (starting altitude)
8.2.
Setting the actual altitude
8.3.
Annual uphill altitude difference bike 1 and bike 2
and walk mode
8.4.
Annual downhill altitude difference bike 1 and bike 2
and walk mode
9. RESET MODE
9.1.
Resetting trip data
9.2.
Reset total ride time
9.3.
Resetting the total distance meter
9.4.
Resetting the Navigator
9.5.
Resetting to factory settings (AC button)
10. OPERATION MODE SELECTION
Selecting the operation mode: Bike mode or walk mode
11. OPERATION MODE
11.1.
Function overview
11.2.
Fast pairing after interruption > 15 minutes
11.3.
GETTING STARTED
11.3.0.
The permanent functions in the display
11.3.1. to 11.3.35. Quick overview - functions/operation/reset/max.
values
12. RIDING WITH THE NAVIGATOR
12.1.
Selecting Navigator mode
12.2.
Resetting the Navigator at the orientation point
13. THE TIMING FUNCTIONS
13.1.
Selecting the timing function
13.2.
Setting the timer (when selecting timer 1 or timer 2 or
timer 1 + 2)
13.3.
Setting timer 1 + 2 repeats (when selecting timer 1 + 2)
13.4.
Setting the countdown (when selecting countdown timer)
13.5.
Lap timer
13.6.
Stopwatch
14. TRAINING WITH THE PULSE FUNCTIONS
14.1.
Training with the stopwatch
14.2.
Training with timer 1 / timer 2 / timer 1+2
14.3.
Training with the countdown timer
14.4.
Training with the lap timer
15. THE DATA RECORDING FUNCTION & TRANSFER OF DATA TO THE PC
15.1.
Starting/stopping data recording
15.2.
Transferring data to your PC
15.3.
Selection of the recording interval
16. SLEEP MODE
17. TROUBLESHOOTING
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18. GUARANTEE CONDITIONS
Subsequently the following data will be updated:
19. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Daily distance
Ride time
Average speed
Navigator
Total distance
Total ride time
1.1. GENERAL
1.2 IMPORTANT INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE DIGITAL WIRELESS SYSTEM
Your VDO series Z works entirely without cable; it works with triple
digital wireless transmission based on well-established ANT+Sport®
wireless protocol. The ANT+Sport® wireless protocol has already
been successfully implemented by manufacturers such as Garmin,
Specialized, and Suunto. Speed signals, cadence signals (optional), as
well as heart rate data are transmitted to the respective receiver (computer) as digital and coded signals. Signal coding ensures that only the
data of your own pulse, speed, and cadence (optional) transmitters are
processed (this is advantageous when riding in a group).
The ANT+Sport digital technology is significantly more reliable than the
technology of older analog systems. The ANT+Sport technology uses
standard industrial wireless components, and it can best be compared
to the technology used in modern WLAN networks. The connection
between transmitter and receiver is more stable, and subject to
significantly less frequent malfunction, and it is virtually completely
safeguarded from data loss.
After a malfunction the data can change suddenly = updating the
computer. Initial operation of a completely digital system requires
somewhat more care than does initial operation of conventional analog
systems. The first time batteries are inserted, or after a battery change,
the transmitter automatically generates a new code. The computer has
to learn this code. To do this you must execute a DIG CONNECT SET.
Strictly follow the instructions in chapter 3.3 to do this.
ATTENTION: Your VDO computer is not suitable for use on motorcycles.
1.3 CONTROL SYSTEM - OPERATION
The control system of your computer is based on dual assignment of
the 4 main buttons. In this regard the devices distinguishes between
operation mode and setting mode.
The speed transmitter has a memory component that buffers data every 65 sec. Thus no data is lost if there is a malfunction lasting for this
duration.After the malfunction this data will be resent to the computer.
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1.3.1. OPERATION MODE - use this mode to display all information
Button assignment is shown on the housing.
OPERATION MODE
Displaying all altitude measuring functions
Displaying all pulse measurement functions and interval data stored
Manual start/stop of the stopwatch
and of all other timers
Displaying the bike
functions 1
ALTI UP
K
Displaying the bike
functions 2
TIMER
AVG PULSE
Z3 PC-LINK
DIST UP
K
CLOCK
MAX PULSE
TRIP MAX
TRIP DIST
K
PULSE MAX%
K
AVG CLIMB
RIDE TIME
NAVIGATOR
LIMIT
K
MAX CLIMB
AVG SPEED
ODO BIKE 1
TIME IN
TOTAL UP (1 or 2)
MAX SPEED
ODO BIKE 2
TIME ABOVE
ALTI MAX (1 or 2)
CADENCE
ODOTOTAL
TIME BELOW
ALTI DOWN
CAD AVG
TIME BIKE1
LAP REC
DIST DOWN
CAD MAX
TIME BIKE2
CALORIE
K
K
AVG DOWN
K
MAX DOWN
TOTAL DOWN (1/2)
KNot in walk mode !
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TOTALTIME
K
POWER WATT
RECOV TIME
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1.3.2. SETTING MODE - use this mode to make all settings. The assignment of buttons is on the buttons
To go to setting mode:
Press button ç for 3 seconds
SETTING MODE
or
LANGUAGE SELECT
Chap. 4.1.
HOME ALTI SET
Chap. 8.1.
NAVIGATOR SET
Chap. 12.1.
ACTUAL ALTI SET
Chap. 8.2.
WHEELSIZE SET
Chap. 5.1.
ALTI UP SET
Chap. 8.3.
WHEELSIZE CHANGE
Chap. 5.2.
ALTI DOWN SET
Chap. 8.4.
CLOCK SET
Chap. 4.2.
PERSON DATA SET
Chap. 6.1.
ALARM SET
Chap. 4.3.
OP MODE SELECT
Chap. 10.
TIMER SETTINGS
Chap. 13.1.
BIKE CHECK SET
Chap. 5.4.
ODOMETER SET
Chap. 5.3.
POWER CALC SET
Chap. 7.5.
PULSE LIMIT SETTINGS
Chap. 7.1.
DIG-CONNECT SET
Chap. 3.3.
RECOVERY SET
Chap. 7.4.
PC LINK SELECT
Chap. 15.1.
Z3 PC-LINK
å (Once) = last step, or back one menu level
(Hold) = return to start menu
‚: Select/confirm displayed option
In the highest menu level select the next menu level
Page down within the menu level
∂ In SET mode (number flashes): Reduce number
Page up within the menu level
ƒ: In SET mode (number flashes): Increase number
After subsequent confirmation of a setting the computer automatically returns
to operation mode.
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1.4. THE DISPLAY
The display of your VDO computer is comprised of three large areas.
The following information is displayed in operation mode:
Header
- Actual altitude
- Actual temperature
- Actual ascending gradient/
descending gradient
3. Footer: DOT matrix full-text
- display of the selected/displayed
function
- In setting mode menu prompting
(chapter 5-11) provides information about what is shown in the
display.
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*If the computer is worn as a sport watch then the temperature can be
falsified by body warmth.
MIDDLE BAR
- Actual heart rate
- Actual speed
- Heart icon for signal reception of chest belt
transmitter
- Alarm icon when leaving the target heart
rate range
- Timing indicator for ongoing timing function
- Indicator for set alarm/alarm clock
- LAP recording indicator
- Walk mode indicator
- Selection indicator bike 1 / bike 2
- DATA Recording - icon for ongoing Data
Recording
- Arrow indicators for comparing the actual
speed to the average speed
- Service interval icon indicates that bike is
due for service
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1.5. EXTENSION OPTIONS & ACCESSORIES
Extension option: You have the possibility of extending your computer
with the cadence extension set
In this case the following cadence functions are available to you:
Actual cadence
Average cadence
Maximum cadence
ORIGINAL
EQUIPMENT
In addition you can also get the following original VDO
replacement parts from your dealer
Designation
article number
Universal handlebar holder - wireless
art. no. 5503
Magnet S/M for speed impulses
art. no. 4410
Magnet L/XL for speed impulse
art. no. 4412
Cadence magnet
art. no. 4411
Speed transmitter
art. no. 6602
Pulse transmitter (incl. elastic chest belt)
art. no. 6605
Elastic chest belt for pulse transmitter article
art. no. 6606
Replacement docking station
art. no. 6609
Cadence kit
art. no. 6603
Wrist band
art. no. 6607
Wrist band lock
art. no. 6608
Universal mount kit
art. no. 6601
When purchasing look for the VDO Cyclecomputing original equipment
logo. Only products bearing this logo are authorized by VDO Cyclecomputing for use with your computer.
2. INSTALLATION
2.1. BATTERY INSTALLATION
2.1.1 BATTERY INSTALLATION - COMPUTER AND SPEED/CADENCE
TRANSMITTER >>> P02
step 1 Insert the battery into the computer/transmitter housing with
the + pole up.
step 2 Ensure that the battery is not tilted.
step 3 Ensure that the rubber seal lies smoothly on the lid of the
battery compartment.
step 4 Insert the battery compartment lid into the opening and use
a coin to firmly turn the battery door to right until the stop
(approximately 1/3 turn)
TIP for changing batteries: VDO recommends changing the batteries
yearly to avoid undesired data loss. Thus strictly ensure that you note
the entered wheel sizes as well as the previous ridden kilometers for
bike 1 & bike 2, as well as the total altitude difference for bike 1, bike
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2, and the altitude difference walked. Reprogram this information after
inserting the new batteries.
2.1.2 BATTERY INSTALLATION PULSE-CHEST BELT >>> P03
Your VDO is shipped with the battery installed in the pulse-chest belt.
Proceed as follows when later inserting a replacement battery:
step 1 Insert the battery into the chest-belt housing with the +pole up.
step 2 Ensure that the battery is not tilted.
step 3 Strictly ensure that the rubber seal lies smoothly on the battery
compartment lid.
step 4 Insert the battery compartment lid into the opening and use
a coin to firmly turn the battery door to right until the stop
(approximately 1/3 turn)
2.2. INSTALLATION - HOLDER/COMPUTER/TRANSMITTER/MAGNET
a. Holder >>> P04 / 05: Your VDO computer is shipped with a universal
handlebar holder.
step 1 You can mount the holder either on the handlebar or the stem.
If you are installing the holder on the handlebar decide whether
you want it on the right side or the left side. If installing on the
stem, loosen the screws in the holder and turn the foot of the
holder to stem installation. Then screw the foot firmly onto the
holder again.
step 2 Route the cable ties through the provided eyes of the holder
foot and pull both of them tight.
b. Computer >>> P06
The VDO twist-click system securely connects the computer to the
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handlebar holder.
step 1 Insert the computer, turned to the left approximately 45
degrees (10 o‘clock position) into the holder.
step 2 Twist the computer to the right until it audibly engages (clicks)
in the holder system (12 o‘clock position).
step 3 To remove the computer turn it to the left (do not press or pull).
c. Speed transmitter and magnet >>> P07
Mount the transmitter on the same side of the handlebar that the computer is mounted on. If you have installed the holder on the stem then
we recommend mounting the transmitter on the left side.
step 1 Loosely fasten the transmitter on the fork with cable ties (do
not tighten).
step 2 Place the spoke magnet on a spoke
step 3 Align the spoke magnet to the transmitter marking with a
clearance of approximately 3 mm and click it together.
step 4 Align transmitter and magnet relative to each other and tighten
the cable tie on the transmitter.
Please pay attention to the maximum distances:
- Maximum transmitter-computer distance = 120 cm
- Transmitter-magnet distance: 3 mm to a maximum of 10 mm
2.3. PUTTING ON THE PULSE-CHEST BELT >>> P08
step 1 First connect the one side of the pulse transmitter with the
elastic strap, as shown. Press the ends of the pulse-chest belt
into the plastic holder of the elastic strap
step 2 Place the pulse transmitter just below your chest and guide
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the elastic strap over your back to the other end of the pulse
transmitter
step 3 Connect the second end of the plastic strap to the pulse
transmitter
step 4 Use the size adjustment of the elastic strap to adjust the chest
belt to your chest size
Please note:
- Do not adjust the chest belt too loose; if it is too loose it can slip if
there are jolts (e.g. when walking)
- When putting on the chest belt moisten the electrodes so that troublefree function is also ensured when starting exercise, before contact is
established through sweat.
- Range of the pulse-chest belt transmitter = 0.90 m
2.4. MOUNTING THE COMPUTER ON THE WRIST BAND >>> P09
step 1 Insert the computer into the opened wrist band
step 2 Insert the lock into the wrist band holder from below
step 3 Turn the lock with a coin to tighten it
ATTENTION: Never use a screwdriver to operate the lock. This could
damage the lock (if the lock should be damaged then you can get the
lock as original replacement part)
3. INITIAL OPERATION
3.1. INITIAL OPERATION, AC-BUTTON >>> P09-2
After inserting the batteries we recommend that you first reset the device to factory settings to ensure that no residual data from the quality
control process remains in the computer. This puts the computer into
an assured start mode.
- Press the AC button for approximately 2 seconds with a sharp object,
such as a pencil
3.2. LANGUAGE SELECTION
3sec.
ç
Setting mode LANGUAGE SELECT
step 2 ‚
Confirm LANGUAGE SELECT with M
step 3 ∂ ƒ
Press the up or down button until the desired language appears
step 4 ‚
Confirm your language selection with M
3.3. MANUAL PAIRING - INITIAL OPERATION WIRELESS SYSTEM
For initial operation of the digital wireless system manual pairing must
ALWAYS be executed. Manual pairing ensures that the computer learns
the coding of the transmitter you are using.
step 1 Insert the computer into the twist-click holder
step 2 Ensure that there are no ANT+Sport digital transmitters other
than the transmitter you are using within a 5-meter area
around the computer
Your computer will randomly select one of 128,000 codes. This ensures
that signals of other transmitters are not received or processed (e.g.
when riding in a group). If dashes are shown in the display, in spite
of pairing, you must repeat the manual pairing process. In doing so
ensure that the electrodes of the pulse transmitter belt are wet, or that
the distance between the magnets and the speed/cadence transmitter
is not greater than 5 mm.
ATTENTION: Your computer can save the codes of up to 5 transmitters
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1. Speed transmitter of bike 1
2. Speed transmitter of bike 2
3. Cadence transmitter of bike 1 (optional)
4. Cadence transmitter of bike 2 (optional)
5. Pulse transmitter
3.3.1. INITIAL OPERATION - PULSE TRANSMITTER
Put the pulse transmitter belt on and moisten the electrodes
(chapter 2.3)
3sec.
ç
Setting mode LANGUAGE SELECT
∂ ƒ Select DIG CONNECT SET
‚
Display DIG CONNECT
∂ ƒ Select PULSE SEARCH
‚
PULSE PAIRING
PAIR DONE appears in the display after several seconds if the pulse
transmitter was found. Automatic return to the TRIP DIST menu. If the
pulse transmitter was not found PULSE REPEAT appears. Use ‚ to
repeat the pairing process for the pulse transmitter. For troubleshooting
see chapter 17.
3.3.2. INITIAL OPERATION - SPEED TRANSMITTER
3sec.
ç
Setting mode LANGUAGE SELECT
∂ ƒ Select DIG CONNECT SET
‚
Display DIG CONNECT
∂ ƒ Select SPEED SEARCH
‚
SPEED PAIRING
Now turn the front wheel (both magnet and transmitter must be already
mounted)
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PAIR DONE appears in the display after several seconds if the speed
transmitter was found. Automatic return to the TRIP DIST menu
SPEED REPEAT appears if the speed transmitter was not found.
Use ‚ to repeat the pairing process for the speed transmitter.
For troubleshooting see chapter 17.
3.3.3. INITIAL OPERATION - CADENCE TRANSMITTER (OPTIONAL
EXTENSION see chapter 1.5)
3sec.
ç
Setting mode LANGUAGE SELECT
∂ ƒ Select DIG CONNECT SET
‚
Display DIG CONNECT
∂ ƒ Select CADENCE SEARCH
‚
CADENCE PAIRING
Now turn the crank (magnet and transmitter must be already mounted)
PAIR DONE appears in the display after several seconds if the cadence
transmitter was found.
Automatic return to the TRIP DIST menu
If the cadence transmitter was not found CADENCE REPEAT will be
displayed.
With ‚ repeat the pairing for the cadence transmitter
For troubleshooting see chapter 17.
IMPORTANT NOTE / Re-open of transmitter search for the receive
channel after interruption
If no signal is received from an already paired transmitter after 15
minutes (for example riding without chest belt for Z2 and Z3, also
PC-LINK models), the receive channel will be closed for this transmitter.
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In this case your VDO computer will show dashes for the respective
function in the display. To re-open all receive channels press the ç
and ¥ buttons at the same time: Now your VDO computer will again
receive all previously paired transmitters that are in range.
4. GENERAL SETTINGS
4.1. SETTING THE LANGUAGE
3sec.
ç
Setting mode LANGUAGE SELECT
‚
LANGUAGE SELECT
∂ ƒ
Select „LANGUAGE ENGLISH“
‚
Automatic return to TRIP DIST
Language selection done.
4.2. SETTING TIME & DATE
3 sec.
ç
Setting mode LANGUAGE SELECT
∂ ƒ
CLOCK SET
‚
SET HOUR ?CONTINUE?
∂ ƒ
Setting hours
‚
SET MINUTES ?CONTINUE?
∂ ƒ
Setting minutes
‚
SET YEAR ?CONTINUE?
∂ ƒ
Setting the year
‚
SET MONTH ?CONTINUE?
∂ ƒ
Setting the month
‚
SET DAY ?CONTINUE?
∂ ƒ
Setting the day
‚
CLOCK ?SET OK?
‚
CLOCK SET DONE
Automatic return to CLOCK
4.3. SETTING THE ALARM, ALARM CLOCK
3 sec.
ç
Setting mode LANGUAGE SELECT
∂ ƒ
ALARM SET
‚
ALARM ON or ALARM OFF ( (∂ to switch on)
When the alarm clock is switched off setting mode ends automatically
by ‚ .
‚
SET HOUR ?CONTINUE?
∂ ƒ
Selecting the hours value
‚
„SET MINUTES ?CONTINUE?
∂ ƒ
Selecting the minutes value
‚
ALARM ?SET OK?
‚
ALARM SET DONE!
Automatic return to the operation mode for CLOCK. Setting the alarm
clock done.
The alarm clock icon is now shown in the display (center bar left).
5. BICYCLE FUNCTION SETTINGS
5.1. Measuring and setting wheel size/s
In order for your VDO computer to measure correctly you must first
measure the circumference of your wheel. If this value is set incorrectly
then all values calculated on the basis of this value, such as speed, trip,
etc. will be wrong. To use your VDO computer on two different bikes
e.g. mountain bike and road bike you can enter two different wheel
sizes. Measuring the wheel circumference:
step 1 Align the valve of the front wheel so that it is precisely vertical
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to the ground
step 2 Mark this point on the ground with a line (use chalk for
example)
step 3 Push the bike one wheel rotation forward until the valve is
again vertical to the ground.
step 4 Mark this point on the ground as well.
step 5 Measure the distance between the two marks. The result is
your wheel circumference (=roll circumference).
step 6 Enter the wheel circumference as described below into your
VDO computer.
fast run-through)
‚
WHEELSIZE 2 ?SET OK?
‚
WHEELSIZE 2 SET DONE
Automatic return to operation mode for TRIP DIST. If you do not want to
set wheel size 2 then hold å to return to TRIP DIST operation mode.
ATTENTION: If you have selected KMH display then you must enter the
wheel circumference in mm. If you have selected MPH display then
enter the wheel circumference in inches. The values listed in table >>>
P10 are approximate values. These values deviate depending on brand
of tire, tire height and tire tread.
Setting wheelsize:
3 sec.
ç
Setting mode LANGUAGE SELECT
∂ ƒ
WHEELSIZE SET
‚
WHEELSIZE KMH-DISPLAY or WHEELSIZE MPHDISPLAY ( ∂ to change to mph)
‚
WHEELSIZE 1 … SET SIZE ?CONTINUE?
∂ ƒ
Set wheel size 1 in mm (keep button depressed for
fast run-through)
‚
WHEELSIZE 1 ?SET OK?
‚
WHEELSIZE 1 SET DONE
Automatic change to
∂ ƒ
Set wheel size 2 in mm (keep button depressed for
5.2. CHANGING THE WHEEL SIZE
With wheel size you change the computer from bike 1 (e.g. road bike)
to bike 2 (e.g. mountain bike). The computer now works with the
settings for bike 2.
3 sec.
ç
Setting mode LANGUAGE SELECT
∂ ƒ
WHEELSIZE CHANGE
‚
∂ ƒ
WHEELSIZE 1 or WHEELSIZE 2 ?SET OK?
‚
∂ ƒ
Changing the wheel size
‚
WHEELSIZE SET DONE
Automatic return to TRIP DIST
Wheel size set done
Display of the actual wheel size in the center bar of the display, right
bottom (1 or 2)
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Attention: Factory settings for bike 1 = 2155 mm and for bike 2 =
2000 mm. If you do not enter wheel sizes the computer will work with
the factory settings. The values measured in this manner for speed,
distance, etc. can deviate from the actual values.
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
5.3. SETTING TOTAL KILOMETERS
You can program the total distances into your VDO computer that get
lost when changing batteries or that you have previously counted with
a different device. This function is available for both wheel sizes (both
bikes).
Setting total KM 1 or 2
3 sec.
ç
Setting mode LANGUAGE SELECT
∂
ODOMETER SET
‚
ODO BIKE 1 SET or ƒ ODO BIKE 2 SET
‚
ODO BIKE 1/2 NEXT DIGIT?
∂ ƒ
Set last digit (keep button depressed for fast
run-through)
‚
ODO BIKE 1/2 NEXT DIGIT?
∂ ƒ
Set digit (keep button depressed for long runthrough) ... repeat for all digits from back to front
‚
ODO BIKE 1/2 ?SET OK?
∂ ƒ
Set first digit (keep button depressed for fast
run-through)
‚
ODO BIKE 1/2 SET DONE
Automatic return to operation mode for ODO BIKE 1/2 menu. Set ODO
BIKE 1/2 done
5.4. BIKE CHECK / SERVICE INTERVAL
Your VDO computer allows you to set the service interval to any interval
for both of your bikes independently. The service check reminds you to
have your bicycle serviced, like the service indicator in your car.
Set bike check bike 1 or bike 2
3 sec.
ç
∂ ƒ
‚
Setting mode LANGUAGE SELECT
BIKE CHECK SET
BIKE CHECK ON or BIKE CHECK OFF ( ∂ to switch
off the bike check)
‚
„BIKE 1 SET or BIKE 2 SET
∂ ƒ
Set service interval in KM or m (keep button depressed for fast run-through)
‚
BIKE 1/2 ?SET OK?
‚
BIKE 1/2 SET DONE
Automatic return to operation mode for TRIP DIST
Bike check set done
If BIKE CHECK is shown in the display then you should either perform
the recommended bike check yourself or have your bike checked by
your dealer. Press any button. The BIKE CHECK text will disappear. After
another 50 km the service interval icon (screw driver) will disappear.
6. PERSONAL SETTINGS (YOUR DATA)
IMPORTANT NOTE: The personal settings are the prerequisite for calculating maximum pulse, training zones, and calorie consumption. Ensure
that you make the personal settings first so that you can fully utilize the
possibilities offered by the computer. Your personal maximum pulse is
an important value. You can enter this value into your VDO computer
if you know it from earlier measurements (e.g. at the doctor‘s office
or from a performance test). If you do not know it then you can select
automatic calculation of your maximum pulse.
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WARNING: Automatic calculation is based on average values for people
that are athletic and healthy. The actual value can deviate from this
average value for people who have not been athletically active for some
time, or who after illness, are going through a rehabilitation program.
Strictly ensure that you speak with your doctor before starting to train,
so that he can confirm that training would not be associated with any
adverse effects.
6.1. PERSONAL SETTINGS WITH MANUAL MAX. PULSE ENTRY
IMPORTANT: A wrong entry can have adverse effects on your health. Tables providing general information cannot reliably reflect your specific
training status. Strictly ensure that you speak with your doctor before
entering your max. pulse manually.
3 sec.
ç
Setting mode LANGUAGE SELECT
∂ ƒ
PERSON DATA SET
‚
SET AGE ?CONTINUE?
∂ ƒ Setting age
‚
SET WEIGHT ?CONTINUE?
∂ ƒ Setting weight
‚
SET SEX ?CONTINUE?
∂ ƒ Setting sex (M = male, F = female)
‚
SET P MAX MANUAL ( (ƒ to go to manual
max. pulse calculation)
‚
PULSE MAX ?SET OK?
∂ ƒ Setting the maximum pulse
‚
PERSON DATA ?SET OK?
‚
PERSON DATA SET DONE
Automatic return to operation mode for the selected timer.
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SET P MAX MANUAL done
6.2. PERSONAL SETTINGS WITH AUTOMATIC MAX. PULSE CALCULATION
IMPORTANT: Automatic max. pulse calculation is based on tables
showing general information that cannot reliably reflect your specific
training status. Before you start training strictly ensure that you speak
with your doctor.
3 sec.
ç
Setting mode LANGUAGE SELECT
∂ ƒ
PERSON DATA SET
‚
SET AGE ?CONTINUE?
∂ ƒ Setting age
‚
SET WEIGHT ?CONTINUE?
∂ ƒ Setting weight
‚
SET SEX ?CONTINUE?
∂ ƒ Setting sex (M = male, F = female)
‚
SET PMAX MANUAL (go to autom.)
∂ ƒ SET P MAX AUTOCALC
‚
Auto VALUE will be displayed for 2 seconds
PULSE MAX CALC DONE
‚
PERSON DATA ?SET OK?
‚
PERSON DATA SET DONE
Automatic return to operation mode for the selected timer. Set HF max
manually done
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
7.PULSE FUNCTION SETTINGS
The pulse functions of your VDO computer are based on the specification of three training programs each with 3 training ranges.
Limit 1 = program 1: for recovery training (high 70%, low 50% of max.
pulse)
Limit 2 = program 2: program for endurance training (high 80%, low
70% of max. pulse)
Limit 3 = program 3: Training program for development ranges (high
95%, low 80% of max. pulse)
For automatic calculation of the training programs ensure that values
are calculated that correspond to your personal settings (chapter
6). Also pay attention to the warning in chapter 6. All information
concerning use and starting of pulse recording is provided in chapter
14.1-14.4.
7.1. AUTOMATIC CALCULATION OF PULSE LIMIT VALUES
Automatic calculation of pulse limit values functions only after entry of
the personal data (chapter 6).
Your computer automatically assigns the following limit values to the
three training programs
Limit 1 = HIGH 70%, LOW 50% of maximum pulse
Limit 2 = HIGH 80%, LOW 70% of maximum pulse
Limit 3 = HIGH 95%, LOW 80% of maximum pulse
3 sec.
ç
Setting mode LANGUAGE SELECT
∂ ƒ
PULSE LIMIT SETTINGS
‚
PULSE LIMIT ?SET?
‚
PULSE LIMIT AUTOCALC
‚
AUTO LIMIT 1 HIGH…LOW
Shows AUTO LIMIT 1 for 3 sec., go to AUTO LIMIT 2
AUTO LIMIT 2 HIGH…LOW
Shows AUTO LIMIT 2 for 3 sec., go to AUTO LIMIT 3
AUTO LIMIT 3 HIGH…LOW
Shows AUTO LIMIT 3 for 3 sec.
Automatic return to operation mode for the selected timer.
7.2. MANUAL ENTRY OF PULSE LIMIT VALUES
3 sec.
ç
Setting mode LANGUAGE SELECT
∂ ƒ
PULSE LIMIT SETTINGS
‚
PULSE LIMIT ?SET?
‚
PULSE LIMIT AUTOCALC
∂
PULSE LIMIT MANUAL SET
‚
PULSE LIMIT 1 ?SET?
∂
Select LIMIT 1/LIMIT 2/LIMIT 3
‚
SET HIGH 1 ?CONTINUE?
∂ ƒ Set high limit training range 1/2/3
‚
SET LOW 1 ?CONTINUE?
∂ ƒ Set low limit training range 1/2/3
‚
LIMIT x ?SET OK? (x = selected training range
1, 2, or 3)
‚
LIMIT x SET DONE (x = selected training range
1, 2, or 3)
Automatic return to the selected TIMER.
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7.3. SELECT TRAINING PROGRAM
3 sec.
ç
Setting mode LANGUAGE SELECT
∂ ƒ
PULSE LIMIT SETTINGS
‚
PULSE LIMIT ?SET?
∂
PULSE LIMIT ?SELECT?
‚
LIMIT 1 ?SELECT? or ∂ LIMIT 2 ?SELECT? or ∂
LIMIT 3 ?SELECT?
‚
LIMIT 1/2/3 SET DONE
Automatic return to operation mode for the selected timer. The selected
training program LIMIT 1 or LIMIT 2 or LIMIT 3 is displayed in the pulse
functions ≈. The high and low limits set for the selected program will
also be displayed.
7.4. SET RECOVERY PULSE MEASUREMENT
With your VDO computer you can select the following presets for the
recovery pulse measurement.
1. Recovery time: Pulse reduction within the set recovery time.
2. Recovery pulse: Duration until reaching the set recovery pulse.
a. Setting the recovery time
3 sec.
ç
Setting mode LANGUAGE SELECT
∂ ƒ
RECOVERY SET
‚
RECOV TIME SET
∂ ƒ Set the recovery time in 30 second increments
‚
RECOV TIME ?SET OK?
‚
RECOV TIME SET DONE
Automatic return to the operation mode for RECOV TIME
Recovery time set done
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b. Setting the recovery pulse
3 sec.
ç
Setting mode LANGUAGE SELECT
∂ ƒ
RECOVERY SET
‚
RECOV TIME SET
∂
RECOV PULSE SET
∂ ƒ Setting the recovery pulse
‚
RECOV PULSE ?SET OK?
‚
RECOV PULSE SET DONE
Automatic return to the operation mode for RECOV PULSE
Recovery pulse set done
IMPORTANT FOR THE CHANGE: In operation mode the last setting
made of the settings cited above is always displayed. To change, in the
settings menu confirm the desired settings as specified above.
3. MEASURING THE RECOVERY PULSE/RECOVERY TIME
In the operating mode select RECOVPULSE or RECOVTIME with the
≈ button. To start the measurement press the buttons ç + √ at the
same time. After the set recovery time elapses or after reaching the set
recovery pulse the measurement will end automatically. The recovery
time will be displayed in the third display line.
7.5. SETTING THE BASIC VALUES FOR POWER CALCULATION IN WATT
(OPTIONAL)
IMPORTANT: Power calculation is only activated if the optional cadence
extension is installed.
RECO
VERY
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
Power is calculated in WATT via a mathematical algorithm. Deviations
from a real WATT measurement system are possible, particularly if
there is a strong headwind or tailwind. The more precise the setting
of the bicycle used, (its weight as well as your seat position), the more
precise the displayed value will be.
a. Prior to starting each trip you must enter a start altitude into your
computer.
If you always start your trip from the same location then you only need
to enter the start altitude once.
If the start location changes then you must set the new start altitude.
IMPORTANT: If the cadence option is installed the WATT shows ZERO
when you stop moving the pedals.
b. Your VDO computer records barometric pressure changes (e.g. due
to weather changes) in sleep mode as a change in actual altitude. If for
example your bicycle is in the cellar for two days and the air pressure
changes due to weather, then your computer will show a changed
actual altitude. This is why the home altitude must be recalculated prior
to starting each trip.
3 sec.
ç
∂ ƒ
‚
‚
‚
‚
‚
Setting mode LANGUAGE SELECT
POWER CALC SET
BIKE TYPE SELECT
ROAD BIKE SELECT or ∂ MTB SELECT
„SITTING POS SELECT
UPRIGHT SELECT or ∂ LOW RACE SELECT
SET WEIGHT ?SET OK? (Note: This is where the bike
weight, including panniers if necessary, is entered)
∂ ƒ
Setting the weight in kg
‚
POWER CALC SET DONE
Automatic return to the mode for POWER WATT
Set watt calculation done
8. ALTITUDE FUNCTION SETTINGS
The altitude measurement function of your VDO computer is based
on barometric pressure. The opening necessary in this regard on the
underside of the device should not be manipulated (never poke a
sharp object into this opening). Note the following for precise altitude
measurement:
c. For longer trips the actual altitude should be readjusted at certain
points (e.g. readjust to summit altitudes). Deviations can occur due to
different weather conditions at the various points of the trip. You should
make corrections so that the measurement is as accurate as possible.
Tip home altitude:
You can obtain the correct information for the altitude of your home location or your usual trip starting point from your local weather bureau.
Tip actual altitude:
When planning trips you can find the original altitudes at certain points
of your trip on special maps. These maps are available in book stores.
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8.2. SETTING THE ACTUAL ALTITUDE
3 sec.
ç
Setting mode LANGUAGE SELECT
∂ ƒ
ACTUAL ALTI SET
∂ ƒ Setting the actual altitude
‚
ACTUAL ALTI ?SET OK?
‚
ACTUAL ALTI SET DONE
Automatic return to the operation mode for ALTI UP. Actual altitude set
done
- Bike 1
- Bike 2
- Walk mode (see chapter 10 for selection)
These values can be programmed in, if for example you want to transfer the values from an older device, or if the values have been deleted
when changing batteries.
Setting the annual uphill gain in altitude
3 sec.
ç
Setting mode LANGUAGE SELECT
∂ ƒ
ALTI UP SET
‚
ALTI UP 1 SET (for bike 2 or walking
ƒ
ALTI UP 2 SET / WALK UP SET)
‚
ALTI UP 1 NEXT DIGIT/ ALTI UP 2 NEXT DIGIT / WALK
UP NEXT DIGIT
∂ ƒ Set last digit (keep button depressed for fast
run-through)
‚
... repeat for all digits from back to front
‚
ALTI UP 1 ?SET OK? / ALTI UP 2 ?SET OK?
/ WALK UP ?SET OK?
∂ ƒ Setting the first digit
‚
ALTI UP 1 SET DONE / ALTI UP 2 SET DONE
/ WALK UP SET DONE
Automatic return to the operation mode for TOTAL UP. Annual uphill
altitude gain set done.
8.3. ANNUAL UPHILL ALTITUDE GAIN BIKE 1 AND BIKE 2 AND WALK
MODE
Your VDO computer accumulates values for the meters in altitude for
the uphill gain covered separately for:
8.4. ANNUAL DOWNHILL ALTITUDE LOSS BIKE 1 AND BIKE 2 AND WALK
MODE
Setting the annual downhill altitude loss
3 sec.
ç
Setting mode LANGUAGE SELECT
8.1. SETTING THE HOME ALTITUDE (STARTING ALTITUDE)
3 sec.
ç
Setting mode LANGUAGE SELECT
∂ ƒ
HOME ALTI SET
‚
∂ ƒ Setting the home altitude
‚
HOME ALTI ?SET OK?
‚
HOME ALTI SET DONE
Automatic return to the operation mode for ALTI UP. The set home
altitude will be displayed as actual altitude. Home altitude set done
Re-calibrating the air pressure to home altitude. Important: Prior to
each trip the actual measured pressure must be calculated back to the
set home altitude = re-calibrate. Short-cut press the ¥ button for 4
seconds.
HO
ME
ALT
ITU
DE
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INSTRUCTION MANUAL
∂ ƒ
‚
walking ƒ
‚
ALTI DOWN SET
ALTI DOWN 1 SET (for bike 2 or
ALTI DOWN 2 SET / WALK DOWN SET)
ALTI DOWN 1 NEXT DIGIT / ALTI DOWN 2 NEXT DIGIT
/ WALK DOWN NEXT DIGIT
∂ ƒ Set last digit (keep button depressed for fast
run-through)
‚
... repeat for all digits from back to front
‚
ALTI DOWN 1 ?SET OK? / ALTI DOWN 2
?SET OK? / WALK DOWN ?SET OK?
∂ ƒ Setting the first digit
‚
ALTI DOWN 1 SET DONE / ALTI DOWN 2 SET DONE /
WALK DOWN SET DONE
Automatic return to the operation mode for TOTAL DOWN
Annual downhill altitude loss set done
9. RESET MODE
In reset mode of your VDO computer you reset the saved ride data of
the bicycle computer. You can also reset the computer to the factory
settings
9.1 TRIP DATA
ATTENTION: When resetting the trip data the following day trip data will
be deleted:
- Daily distance
- Trip ride time
- Average speed
- Maximum speed
- Uphill altitude gain
- Downhill distance
- Maximum trip altitude
- Average ascending gradient
- Maximum ascending gradient
- Downhill altitude loss
- Downhill distance
- Average descending gradient
- Maximum descending gradient
If the cadence option is mounted then the cadence data will also be
reset.
- Average cadence
- Maximum cadence
3 sec.
√
TRIP DATA ?RESET?
‚
TRIP DATA ?RESET? <<?RESET?>> flashing
‚
TRIP DATA RESET DONE
Automatic return to operation mode for TRIP DIST
9.2 RESET TOTAL RIDE TIME
ATTENTION: When resetting total ride time the following data is deleted:
- Total ride time
- Total ride time bike 1
- Total ride time bike 2
3 sec.
√
TRIP DATA ?RESET?
∂ ƒ TOTAL TIME ?RESET?
‚
TOTAL TIME ?RESET? <<?RESET?>> flashing
‚
TOTAL TIME RESET DONE?
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Automatic return to the operation mode for TOTAL TIME
Reset total time done
9.3. RESETTING THE TOTAL DISTANCE METER
ATTENTION: When resetting the total distance the following data is
deleted:
- Total distance
- Total distance bike 1
- Total distance bike 2
3 sec.
√
TRIP DATA ?RESET?
∂ ƒ ODOTOTAL ?RESET?
‚
ODOTOTAL ?RESET? <<?RESET?>> flashing
‚
ODOTOTAL RESET DONE
Automatic return to the operation mode for ODOTOTAL
Odototal reset done
9.4. RESETTING THE NAVIGATOR
Please see the detailed description of Navigator functions in chapter
12.1.-12.2. There you will learn more about use of this reset
3 sec.
√
TRIP DATA ?RESET?
∂ ƒ NAVIGATOR ?RESET?
‚
NAVIGATOR ?RESET? <<?RESET?>> flashes
‚
NAVIGATOR RESET DONE
Automatic return to the operation mode for NAVIGATOR
Navigator reset done
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9.5. RESETTING TO FACTORY SETTINGS
WARNING: When resetting to factory settings all ride data and all computer settings will be reset, including the personal data. Only perform
this reset if a software malfunction occurs or if your computer can no
longer be operated.
step 1 Use a sharp pencil
step 2 Press the AC button on the back of the computer for 2 sec
Reset to factory settings done.
10. OPERATION MODE SELECTION
Your VDO computer uses different measuring and analysis programs for
different sport types. Certain functions are not available depending on
the selected mode. For this reason you must select one of the following
modes prior to starting your exercise:
- Cycle mode
¬
- Walk mode
£ (also for jogging, running, Nordic walking,
inline skating)
Select operation mode:
3 sec.
ç
Setting mode LANGUAGE SELECT
∂ ƒ
OP MODE SELECT
‚
CYCLE MODE ?SET OK?
∂
to change to WALK MODE ?SET OK?
‚
Automatic return to the operation mode for TRIP DIST
(in cycle mode), or ALTI UP (in walk mode)
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
11. OPERATION MODE
11.1. An overview of mode functions is provided in section 1.3.1.
11.2 FAST PAIRING after transmission interruption
If no signal is received from one of your already paired transmitters for
more than 15 minutes (e.g. cycling without pulse-chest belt, magnet
moved unintentionally) the receive channel for this transmitter will
be closed. In this case your VDO computer will show dashes for the
respective function in the display. To re-open all receive channels press
the ç and ¥ buttons at the same time:
In this case your VDO computer will then receive all paired transmitters
that are in range. See also chapter 15 Sleep mode
- Actual speed: Maximum value 120 km/h or mph (! not in walk mode !)
- Comparison of actual speed to average speed = above, =below
(! not in walk mode !)
- Selected wheel size 1 or 2
- REC for ongoing recording
FOOTER
- Shows selected information and corresponding value
ALTITUDE FUNCTIONS (button ¥ )
Re-calibrating the air pressure to home altitude. Short-cut press the ¥
button for 4 seconds.
HO
ME
ALT
ITU
DE
11.3. GETTING STARTED - quick overview
Functions/operation/reset/max values
11.3.0. PERMANENT FUNCTIONS
The following functions are permanently shown in the display:
HEADER
- Actual altitude
- Actual temperature
- Actual ascending gradient in percent ! Not in walk mode !
CENTER BAR
- Heart rate receive icon if the pulse transmitter belt is worn
- Beeper icon if the beeper is switched on
- Stopwatch icon if the timing function is running
- Actual heart rate
This resets all data of the functions marked by L.
11.3.1. ¬ £ ALTI UP = uphill altitude gain for the actual trip
Display
¥
ALTI UP
Reset: 3 sec.
√
TRIP DATA ?RESET?
‚
TRIP DATA ?RESET? <<?RESET?>> flashing
‚
TRIP DATA RESET DONE L
Automatic return to operation mode for TRIP DIST
11.3.2. ¬ DIST UP = uphill distance of the actual trip
Display
¥
DIST UP
Reset: 3 sec.
√
TRIP DATA ?RESET?
‚
TRIP DATA ?RESET? <<?RESET?>> flashing
‚
TRIP DATA RESET DONE
This resets all data of the functions marked by L
Automatic return to operation mode for TRIP DIST
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Note: The minimum altitude change for the correct distance measurement must be 1 m
11.3.3. ¬ £ TRIP MAX = maximum altitude of the actual trip
Display
¥
TRIP MAX
Reset: 3 sec.
√
TRIP DATA ?RESET?
‚
TRIP DATA ?RESET? <<?RESET?>> flashing
‚
TRIP DATA RESET DONE
This resets all data of the functions marked by L
Automatic return to operation mode for TRIP DIST
11.3.4. ¬ AVG CLIMB = average climb of the actual trip in percent
Display:
¥
„AVG CLIMB
Reset: 3 sec.
√
„TRIP DATA ?RESET?
‚
TRIP DATA ?RESET? <<?RESET?>> flashing
‚
TRIP DATA RESET DONE
This resets all data of the functions marked by L
Automatic return to operation mode for TRIP DIST
11.3.5. ¬ MAX CLIMB = maximum climb of the actual
trip in percent
Display
¥
MAX CLIMB
Reset: 3 sec.
√
TRIP DATA ?RESET?
‚
TRIP DATA ?RESET? <<?RESET?>> flashing
‚
TRIP DATA RESET DONE
This resets all data of the functions marked by L
Automatic return to operation mode for TRIP DIST
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11.3.6. ¬ £ TOTAL UP = total uphill altitude gain Bike 1
and Bike 2
Display
¥
„Tot 1/2 HM UP“ (walk mode TOTAL UP)
11.3.7. ¬ £ ALTI MAX = maximum altitude Bike 1 and Bike 2
Display
¥
„Total Max 1/2“ (walk mode ALTI MAX)
11.3.8. ¬ £ ALTI DOWN = downhill altitude loss
of the actual trip
Display
¥
ALTI DOWN
Reset: 3 sec.
√
TRIP DATA ?RESET?
‚
TRIP DATA ?RESET? <<?RESET?>> flashing
‚
TRIP DATA RESET DONE
This resets all data of the functions marked by L
Automatic return to operation mode for TRIP DIST
11.3.9. ¬ DIST DOWN = downhill distance of the actual trip
Display
¥
DIST DOWN
Reset: 3 sec.
√
TRIP DATA ?RESET?
‚
TRIP DATA ?RESET? <<?RESET?>> flashing
‚
TRIP DATA RESET DONE
This resets all data of the functions marked by L
Automatic return to operation mode for TRIP DIST
Note: The minimum altitude change for the correct distance measurement must be 1 m
This resets all data of the functions marked by L.
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
11.3.10. ¬ AVG DOWN = average downhill slope in percent
Display
¥
„Dschn down“
Reset: 3 sec.
√
TRIP DATA ?RESET?
‚
TRIP DATA ?RESET? <<?RESET?>> flashing
‚
TRIP DATA RESET DONE
This resets all data of the functions marked by L
Automatic return to operation mode for TRIP DIST
11.3.11. ¬ MAX DOWN = maximum downhill gradient in percent
Display
¥
MAX DOWN
Reset: 3 sec.
√
TRIP DATA ?RESET?
‚
TRIP DATA ?RESET? <<?RESET?>> flashing
‚
TRIP DATA RESET DONE
This resets all data of the functions marked by L
Automatic return to operation mode for TRIP DIST
11.3.12. ¬ £ TOTAL DOWN = total downhill altitude bike 1 and bike 2
Display
¥
TOTAL DOWN (walk mode TOTAL DOWN)
BICYCLE FUNCTIONS (button ç )
With the exception of the CLOCK function NO bicycle functions are
available in walk mode. The ç button has no function in walk mode.
11.3.13. ¬ TRIP DISTANCE = distance of the actual trip
Display
ç
TRIP DISTANCE
Reset: 3 sec.
√
TRIP DATA ?RESET?
‚
TRIP DATA ?RESET? <<?RESET?>> flashing
This resets all data of the functions marked by L.
‚
TRIP DATA RESET DONE
This resets all data of the functions marked by L
Automatic return to operation mode for TRIP DIST
Maximum value: 999.99 KM or MI. If this number is overranged then
TRIP DISTANCE, RIDE TIME, and AVERAGE SPEED will be set to ZERO.
11.3.14. ¬ RIDE TIME = ride time of the actual trip
With auto start/stop function: Starts automatically when you start off
and stops automatically when you stop
Display
ç
RIDE TIME
Reset: 3 sec.
√
TRIP DATA ?RESET?
‚
TRIP DATA ?RESET? <<?RESET?>> flashing
‚
TRIP DATA RESET DONE L
Automatic return to operation mode for TRIP DIST
Maximum value 24 hours. If this number is overranged then TRIP
DISTANCE, RIDE TIME, and AVERAGE SPEED will be reset to ZERO.
11.3.15. ¬ AVG SPEED = average speed of the actual trip
Display
ç
AVG SPEED
Reset: 3 sec.
√
TRIP DATA ?RESET?
‚
TRIP DATA ?RESET? <<?RESET?>> flashing
‚
TRIP DATA RESET DONE L
Automatic return to operation mode for TRIP DIST
Accuracy: 2 decimal places. If DAILY DISTANCE or RIDE TIME are
overranged this value will be reset to ZERO
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11.3.16. ¬ MAX SPEED = maximum speed of the actual trip
Display
ç
MAX SPEED
Reset: 3 sec.
√
TRIP DATA ?RESET?
‚
TRIP DATA ?RESET? <<?RESET?>> flashing
‚
TRIP DATA RESET DONE L
Automatic return to operation mode for TRIP DIST
Maximum value 120 km/h or mph. Accuracy 2 decimal places. Not
suitable for motorcycles.
OPTION ONLY WITH CADENCE EXTENSION
11.T1. ¬ CADENCE = actual cadence in crank revolutions per minute
Display
ç
CADENCE
Reset: 3 sec.
√
TRIP DATA ?RESET?
‚
TRIP DATA ?RESET? <<?RESET?>> flashing
‚
TRIP DATA RESET DONE L
Automatic return to operation mode for TRIP DIST
Note: Pedaling backward can result in unrealistically high values
11.T2. ¬ CAD AVG = average cadence of the actual trip
Display
ç
CAD AVG
Reset: 3 sec.
√
TRIP DATA ?RESET?
‚
TRIP DATA ?RESET? <<?RESET?>> flashing
‚
TRIP DATA RESET DONE L
Automatic return to operation mode for TRIP DIST
11.T3. ¬ CAD MAX = maximum cadence of the actual trip
Display
ç
CAD MAX
Reset: 3 sec.
√
TRIP DATA ?RESET?
‚
TRIP DATA ?RESET? <<?RESET?>> flashing
‚
TRIP DATA RESET DONE L
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Automatic return to operation mode for TRIP DIST
BICYCLE FUNCTIONS (button √ )
IMPORTANT NOTE: NO bicycle functions except the CLOCK function
are available in walk mode. The √ button in walk mode automatically
shows the actual time.
11.3.17. CLOCK
Setting, see chapter 4.2. (Either in 12h or 24h format; in 12h format
am/pm will be shown as well)
Display
√
CLOCK
11.3.18. ¬ NAVIGATOR
Setting, use, see chapter 12.1.-12.2.
Display
√
NAVIGATOR
Reset: 3 sec.
√
TRIP DATA ?RESET?
∂
NAVIGATOR ?RESET?
‚
NAVIGATOR ?RESET? <<?RESET?>> flashes
‚
NAVIGATOR RESET DONE
11.3.19. ¬ ODO BIKE 1 = total distance bike 1
Shows the sum of all distances ridden with bike 1 in km or mi (automatic conversion of all values when converting to mi)
Display
√
ODO BIKE 1
Maximum value: 99,999 km or mi
This resets all data of the functions marked by L.
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
11.3.20. ¬ ODO BIKE 2 = total distance bike 2
Shows the total of all distances ridden with bike 2 in km or mi (automatic conversion of all values when switching to mi)
Display
√
ODO BIKE 2
Maximum value: 99,999 km or mi
11.3.21. ¬ ODOTOTAL = total distance bike 1 and bike 2
Shows the total of all distances ridden with bike 1 and bike 2 in km or
mi (automatic conversion of all values when switching to mi)
Display
√
ODOTOTAL
Maximum value 199,999 km or mi
11.3.22. ¬ TIME BIKE 1 = total time bike 1
Shows the total time of all day trips ridden with bike 1 in hhh:mm
Display
√
TIME BIKE 1
Maximum value 999:59 hhh:mm
11.3.23. ¬ TIME BIKE 2 = total ride time bike 2
Shows the total time of all day trips ridden with Bike 2 in hhh:mm
Display
√
TIME BIKE 2
Maximum value 999:59 hhh:mm
11.3.24. ¬ TOTAL TIME = total ride time bike 1 and bike 2
Shows the total time of all day trips ridden with bike 1 and bike 2 in
hhhh:mm
Display
√
TOTAL TIME
Maximum value: 1999:59 hhhh:mm
HEART RATE FUNCTIONS (button ≈ )
PLEASE NOTE: All heart rate functions with the exception of „actual
heart rate“ display require a running stopwatch or a running timer.
11.3.25. ¬ £ STOPWATCH = manual stopwatch
Prerequisite: Only after selecting stopwatch, chapter 13.1.
Display
≈
STOPWATCH
Start measuring
∫
Press
Stop measuring
∫
Press
Display pulse data
≈
LIMIT LO HI (values run sequentially, automatically in 2 second
rhythm)
Reset:
∫
Press button for 4 sec.
Compare chapter 14. Training with recording of the residence times in
the pulse ranges
11.3.26. ¬ £ TIMER = timer 1 / timer 2 / timer 1+2
Prerequisite: Only after selecting timer, chapter. 13.1.
Display
≈
Start measuring
∫
Press
End of measurement
Automatic after timer period
elapses (or number of sequences for timer 1+2), beeper
signal
Display pulse data
≈
LIMIT LO HI (values run sequentially, automatically in 2 second
rhythm)
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Reset:
∫
Press button for 4 sec.
Compare chapter 14. Training with recording of the residence times in
the pulse ranges
11.3.27. ¬ £ COUNTDOWN = countdown timer
Prerequisite: Only after selection of countdown timer, chapter 13.1.
Display
≈
Start measuring
∫
Press
End of measurement
Automatic after elapse of countdown, beeper signal
Display pulse data
≈
LIMIT LO HI (values run sequentially, automatically in 2 second
rhythm)
Reset:
∫
Press button for 4 sec.
Compare Chapter 14.2. Training with the countdown timer
11.3.28. ¬ £ LAP-TIMER = lap timer
Prerequisite: Only after selection of lap timer, Chapter 13.1.
Display
≈
Start measuring
∫
Press
Go to next lap
¥+≈
Press buttons at the same time
End/pause measurement ∫
Press
Display lap data
≈
LAP REC
∫
Go to the next lap data
Reset:
∫
Press button for 4 sec.
Compare Chapter 14.4. Training with the countdown timer.
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11.3.29. ¬ £ AVG PULSE = average pulse of the actual timing period
Prerequisite: Only with running or stopped and not deleted stopwatch/
timer/countdown/lap timer function
Displaying the informatio ≈
AVG PULSE
Reset:
∫
Press button for 4 sec.
11.3.30. ¬ £ MAX PULSE = maximum pulse of the actual timing
period
Prerequisite: Capture only with running or stopped and not deleted
stopwatch/timer/countdown/lap timer function
Displaying the information ≈
MAX PULSE
Reset:
∫
Press button for 4 sec.
11.3.31. ¬ £ PULSE MAX % = pulse as a percentage of personal
maximum pulse
Prerequisite: Only with running or stopped and not deleted capture of
stopwatch/timer/countdown/lap timer ( ∫ )
Displaying the information ≈
PULSE MAX %
Reset:
∫
Press STW button for 4 sec.
11.3.32. ¬ £ LIMIT LO HI = residence times in the pulse ranges
Prerequisite: Only with running or stopped and not deleted capture of
stopwatch/timer/countdown/lap timer
Only if personal data have been entered, chapter 7.2.. Always based on
selected training program (limit 1, 2, or 3), chapter 7.3.
Displaying the information ≈
LIMIT LO HI (values run sequentially in 2 second rhythm)
Reset:
∫
Press button for 4 sec.
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
11.3.33. ¬ £ RECOV TIME or RECOV PULSE = recovery time and
recovery pulse measurement
Prerequisite: Only if recovery time/recovery pulse is defined, chapter
7.2
Starting the measurement ç + √
press simultaneously
Displaying the information ≈
RECOV TIME or RECOV PULSE
Reset:
∫
Press button for 4 sec.
12. RIDING WITH THE NAVIGATOR
With the VDO Navigator you can complete trips according to Roadbooks
(e.g. Moser Guide). Roadbooks are offered by many publishing houses
for fantastic trips (for road bikes as well as mountain bikes) by many
publishing houses. Taking a specified trip is facilitated thanks to the
detailed km description of certain orientation points.
Note: This function is not available in walk mode.
11.3.34. ¬ £ CALORIE = calorie consumption of the actual timing
period
Prerequisite:
Only with running or stopped and not deleted stopwatch/timer/countdown/lap timer function
Only if personal data have been entered, chapter 7.2.
Displaying the information ≈
CALORIE
Reset:
∫
Press button for 4 sec.
The VDO Navigator is an independent km or mi counter and works in
the following modes:
a. Counting down: To display the distance remaining to the next
orientation point
b. Counting up: To display the distance covered since the last orientation point
Note: The Navigator always runs automatically even if you have not
set it.
11.3.35 ¬ POWER WATT = actual power in watt (optional)
Prerequisite: Only if personal data have been entered, chapter 7.2.
Displaying the information ≈
POWER WATT
IMPORTANT: Only functions with installed cadence extension. If the
cadence option is installed the power display shows ZERO when the
pedals are not moving.
The Navigator km status can be set/changed at any point desired. Thus
you can start in the middle of a trip or execute a km correction if you
took a wrong turn.
12.1. SELECTING NAVIGATOR MODE
3 sec.
ç
Setting mode LANGUAGE SELECT
∂ ƒ
NAVIGATOR SET
‚
NAVIGATOR FORWARD ( ∂ to go to NAVIGATOR
BACKWARD)
‚
NAVIGATOR NEXT DIGIT
∂ ƒ Set last digit (keep button depressed for fast run-
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through)
„NAVIGATOR NEXT DIGIT
... repeat for all digits from back to front
‚
NAVIGATOR ?SET OK?
∂ ƒ Set first digit (keep button depressed for fast runthrough)
‚
NAVIGATOR SET DONE
Automatic return to the operation mode for NAVIGATOR
‚
12.2. RESETTING THE NAVIGATOR AT THE ORIENTATION POINT
3 sec.
√
TRIP DATA ?RESET?
∂ ƒ
NAVIGATOR ?RESET?
‚
NAVIGATOR ?RESET? <<?RESET?>> flashes
‚
NAVIGATOR RESET DONE
Automatic return to the operation mode for NAVIGATOR
Navigator reset done
13. THE TIMING FUNCTIONS
The following settings are of particular importance when using the
pulse functions (chapter 14).
Your VDO computer has 6 different timing functions. If one of the timing
functions is running the TIMING indicator icon will always be flashing
in the left part of the display. Moreover the residence times in the training ranges are captured for each running timing function (see chapter
Kap. 14). The setting range/measuring range for all timing functions is
0:00:00 h to 24:00:00 h
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TIMER 1: You can program a time e.g. for interval training. TIMER 1
counts from zero forward. At the end of TIMER 1 there is a single beep.
Timer 1 only functions if you have set a time. If you have forgotten to
set a time your VDO computer displays TIMER ERROR
TIMER 2: You can program a time, e.g. for the rest phase in an interval
training. TIMER 2 counts from zero forward. At the end of TIMER 2 there
are two beeps. Timer 2 only functions if you have set a time. If you have
forgotten to set a time your VDO computer displays TIMER ERROR
TIMER 1+2 runs until you stop these functions. Timers 1 + 2 only
function if you have set a time. If you have forgotten to set a time your
VDO computer displays TIMER ERROR.
COUNTDOWN: You can program a time, the timer will count backwards
from this time. At the end of the COUNTDOWN time there is a single
beep. Countdown only functions if you have set a time. If you have
forgotten to set a time your VDO computer will display COUNTDOWN
ERROR.
LAP TIMER: Start Lap Timer with ∫ . Start next Lap with ≈ + ¥ at the
same time at any point of the training unit. The following values will
be saved:
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
- Duration of the lap
- Average heart rate on the lap
- Average speed on the lap
The lap values can be called at any time if time measurement is
stopped.
STOPWATCH: With the manual stopwatch you can manually capture the
plus values of training units.
13.1. SELECTING THE TIMING FUNCTION
3 sec.
ç
Setting mode LANGUAGE SELECT
∂ ƒ
TIMER SETTINGS
‚
TIMER ?SELECT?
Select
‚
TIMER 1 ?SELECT?
Timer
∂
TIMER 2 ?SELECT?
∂
TIMER 1 + 2 ?SELECT ? >>> Query repeats TIMER
1 + 2 REPEATS ?SELECT?
∂
COUNTDOWN ?SELECT?
∂
LAP TIMER ?SELECT?
∂
STOP WATCH ?SELECT?
‚
Confirm selection SET DONE
If you have not yet set any values for timer 1, timer 2, timer 1 +2, or
countdown, then your VDO computer will now show ERROR in the
display. In this case proceed as explained in the following chapter 13.2
Setting the timer.
13.2. SETTING THE TIMER (when selecting timer 1 or timer 2 or timer
1+2)
Setting times for timer 1/timer 2
3 sec.
ç
Setting mode LANGUAGE SELECT
∂ ƒ
TIMER SETTINGS
‚
TIMER ?SELECT?
∂
TIMER ?SET?
‚
TIMER 1 ?SET?
∂
TIMER 2 ?SET?
Select
‚
TIMER ?SET?
‚
SET HOUR ?CONTINUE?
∂ ƒ Setting hours (keep button depressed for fast runthrough)
‚
SET MINUTES ?CONTINUE?
∂ ƒ Setting minutes (keep button depressed for fast runthrough)
‚
SET SECONDS ?CONTINUE?
∂ ƒ Setting seconds (keep button depressed for fast runthrough)
‚
TIMER ?SET OK?
‚
TIMER SET DONE
Automatic return to the operation mode for TIMER 1/2. If you have not
yet set any values for timer 1, and/or timer 2, then your VDO computer
will now show ERROR in the display.
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13.3. SETTING TIMER 1 + 2 REPEATS (when selecting timer 1 + 2)
3 sec.
ç
Setting mode LANGUAGE SELECT
∂ ƒ
TIMER SETTINGS
‚
TIMER ?SELECT?
∂
TIMER 1 ?SELECT?
∂ ƒ
TIMER 1 + 2 ?SELECT?
‚
TIMER 1+2 REPEATS ?SELECT?
∂ ƒ Setting the number of repeats (keep button depressed for fast run-through)
‚
TIMER 1+2 ?SET OK?
‚
TIMER 1+2 SET DONE
Automatic return to the operation mode for TIMER 1/2. If you have not
yet set any values for timer 1, and/or timer 2, then your VDO computer
will now show ERROR in the display.
13.4 SETTING THE COUNTDOWN (when selecting countdown timer)
3 sec.
ç
Setting mode LANGUAGE SELECT
∂ ƒ
TIMER SETTINGS
‚
TIMER ?SELECT?
∂
TIMER ?SET?
‚
TIMER 1 ?SET?
∂
COUNTDOWN ?SET?
‚
SET HOUR ?CONTINUE?
∂ ƒ Setting hours (keep button depressed for fast runthrough)
‚
SET MINUTES ?CONTINUE?
∂ ƒ Setting minutes (keep button depressed for fast runthrough)
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‚
∂ ƒ
SET SECONDS ?CONTINUE?
Setting seconds (keep button depressed for fast runthrough)
‚
COUNTDOWN ?SET OK?
‚
COUNTDOWN SET DONE
Automatic return to the operation mode for COUNTDOWN
If you have not yet set any values for countdown, then your VDO computer will now show ERROR in the display.
13.5. LAP-TIMER
The LAP timer must first be started with the ∫ button. To save the LAP
data press buttons ≈ + ¥ at the same time on the desired points of
the training unit. In this process the following values will be saved:
- Duration of the lap
- Average heart rate on the lap
- Average speed on the lap
The lap values can be called at any time if time measurement is
stopped.
13.6. STOPWATCH
Use of the stopwatch does not require any previous setting. After
preselect (see chapter 13.1), it can be stopped or started at any time
with ∫ .
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
14. TRAINING CONTROL WITH THE PULSE FUNCTIONS
See chapter 13 for information on making the settings. For focused
training control it is necessary to keep the pulse in certain ranges
through specific stress, see chapter 7.2. The different training
programs are defined by a low limit and high limit. The pulse range
between the two values is usually the target range for your training.
After determining the pulse ranges (automatically or manually) your
VDO computer records the residency period in the target range as
well as the times above and below the target range. For real-time
monitoring your VDO computer indicates when you leave the target
range via an acoustic signal, if you have set this function beforehand
(see chapter 13.1)
PU
LS
SIG
NA
L
14.1. TRAINING WITH THE STOPWATCH
The stopwatch offers the easiest possibility for capturing pulse data.
When the stopwatch is running pulse data is recorded. Interruption/
continuation of the recording is possible at any time with ∫ .
step 1 Preparing the recording:
- Set the training ranges automatically chapter 7.1, or manually chapter
7.2
- Select training program limit 1, limit 2, limit 3, chapter 7.3
- In the TIMER SETTINGS setting menu select STOPWATCH, chapter
13.2.
step 2 Beginning of the recording:
∫
Start the recording
4sec.
≈
Switch on/switch off the acoustic pulse signal
step 3 End/interruption of the recording:
∫
Stop the recording
step 4 Display of the values (even during recording)
≈
Display data via the LIMIT LO HI pulse menu (display
automatically shows the times for the three ranges
in %)
- Time above the high limit
- Time between the limit values
- Time under the low limit
step 5 Deleting recorded data
4sec.
∫
TIP: At the end of the training unit measure the recovery time or the
recovery pulse to determine your training status. See 7.4. Recovery
time and recovery pulse
Note: All bicycle altitude and pulse function can also be called up during
timer operation via the ç √ ¥ ≈ buttons.
14.2. TRAINING WITH TIMER 1 / TIMER 2 / TIMER 1+2
Independently of each other Timer 1 or timer 2 offer the possibility of
integrating intervals with manual control in the training.
Timer 1: Programmable timer with forward counting, auto-repeat
function, single beep after elapse of timer 1.
Timer 2: Programmable timer with forward counting. Auto-repeat
function, double beep after elapse of timer 2.
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Combination timer 1+2:
The combination of timer 1+2 can be set optimally for interval training:
Timer 1 = active phase, timer 2 = rest phase. When timer 1 elapses a
single beep sounds, when timer 2 elapses a double beep sounds. For
timer 1+2 you can set the number of repeats. In this case time 1+2
runs until all repeats have elapsed or the measurement is interrupted
by ∫..
IMPORTANT: During timer operation the residence periods of the pulse
frequency in the selected training ranges is recorded (compare 13.1)
step 1 Preparing the recording
- Set the training ranges automatically chapter 7.1, or manually chapter
7.2
- Select training program limit 1, limit 2, limit 3, chapter 7.3
- In the TIMER SETTINGS setting menu select the desired timer
step 2 Beginning of the recording:
∫
Start the recording
4sec.
≈
Switch on/switch off the acoustic pulse signal
step 3 End/interruption of the recording:
AUTOMATIC depending on timer selection at the end of the respective
timer or at the end of all selected repeats with the combination function
timer 1+2
∫
Manual interruption = stop recording
step 4 Display of the values (even during recording):
≈
Display data via the LIMIT LO HI pulse menu (display
automatically shows the times for the three ranges
in %)
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- Time above the high limit
- Time between the limit values
- Time under the low limit
step 5 Deleting recorded data
4sec.
∫
Note: All bicycle altitude and pulse function can also be called up during
timer operation via the ç √ ¥ ≈ buttons.
TIP: At the end of the training unit measure the recovery time or the
recovery pulse to determine your training status, see chapter 7.4.
Recovery time and recovery pulse.
14.3. TRAINING WITH THE COUNTDOWN TIMER:
The countdown timer is a programmable timer with reverse counting.
This is particularly well-suited for use in time trials. At the end of the
COUNTDOWN time there is a single beep.
IMPORTANT: During countdown operation the residence periods of the
pulse frequency in the selected training ranges are recorded (compare
13.1)
step 1 Preparing the recording:
- Set the training ranges automatically chapter 7.1, or manually chapter
7.2
- Select training program limit 1, limit 2, limit 3, chapter 7.3
- In the setting menu TIMER SETTINGS select AND set the countdown
timer, chapter 13.1 and following.
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
step 2 Beginning of the recording:
∫
Start the recording
4sec.
≈
Switch on/switch off the acoustic pulse signal
step 3 End/interruption of the recording:
AUTOMATIC after the countdown time elapses
∫
Manual interruption = stop recording
step 4 Display of the values (even during recording)
≈
Display data via the LIMIT LO HI pulse menu
(Display automatically shows the times for the three ranges in %)
- Time above the high limit
- Time between the limit values
- Time under the low limit
step 5 Deleting recorded data
4sec.
∫
TIP: At the end of the training unit measure the recovery time or the
recovery pulse to determine your training status, see chapter 7.4.
Recovery time and recovery pulse.
Note: All bicycle altitude and pulse function can also be called up during
timer operation via the ç √ ¥ ≈ buttons.
TIP: At the end of your countdown timer measure the recovery time or
the recovery pulse to determine your training status. See 7.4. Recovery
time and recovery pulse.
14.4. TRAINING WITH THE LAP TIMER
The lap timer of your VDO computer is designed for lap training. You
can record up to 50 laps manually. In this case your computer saves
the following values for each lap:
- Lap time
- Average pulse during the lap
- Average speed during the lap (IMPORTANT: no display in walk mode)
With these values you have an outstanding method of analyzing the
development of your performance if you always do the same laps. This
could be certain mountain values or flat stretches on your training lap.
The lap timer function can be set in bicycle mode and in walk mode.
Important:
1. The values saved for the individual laps can only be shown in the
display in recall mode after concluding the measurement.
2. If the lap timer is running the residence period of the pulse frequency
in the selected training ranges is recorded (compare 13.1)
step 1 Preparing the recording:
- Set the training ranges automatically chapter 7.1, or manually
chapter 7.2
- Select training program limit 1, limit 2, limit 3, chapter 7.3
- In the TIMER SETTINGS setting menu select the lap timer chapter
13.1.
.
step 2 Starting/changing/interrupting laps:
≈
Switch on/switch off the acoustic pulse signal
∫
Start lap 1
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Press concurrently:
¥ + ≈ End lap 1 and start lap 2 concurrently
Start next lap:
¥ + ≈ End lap 2 and start lap 3 concurrently...
Interrupt:
∫
Interrupt lap measuring (e.g. for recovery lap or
break)
You can interrupt each lap as often as desired, or end the lap and
record up to 50 individual laps.
step 3 Display the values (during a break or after ending the lap
training).
Prerequisite:
The lap timer must be stopped ( ∫ )
≈
Display data via the pulse menu LAP REC
Display of values for LAP 1 (Fig. display)
Center bar left: Average pulse on the lap
Center bar right: Average speed on the lap (IMPORTANT: no display in
walk mode)
Footer:
Lap number and time of the lap
∫
Changing the display of values for lap 2
∫
Changing the display of values for lap 3
...
During or after lap training the pulse data can be displayed at any time:
Display data via the LIMIT LO HI pulse menu (display automatically
shows the times for the three ranges in %)
- Time above the high limit
- Time between the limit values
- Time under the low limit
step 5 Deleting all recorded lap data
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4sec.
∫
TIP: At the end of the training unit measure the recovery time or the
recovery pulse to determine your training status. See 7.4. Recovery
time and recovery pulse
NOTE for DATA RECORDING:
All lap data is also recorded when using DATA RECORDING (chapter
15) and is also transferred to the PC in the data transfer. With the aid
of the „PC-Sport“ training software the lap data can then be displayed
on the PC
15. THE DATA RECORDING FUNCTION & TRANSFER OF DATA TO THE PC
Your VDO computer is designed for recording data and transferring data
to your PC. The recorded and transferred data can be analyzed on the
PC. With the „PC-Sport“ software you can keep a training journal, track
developments over certain periods, and specifically plan a program
for getting in shape. All necessary elements for this application are
included in the scope of delivery of your computer:
1. Docking station with USB cable for transferring data to the PC
2. CD-ROM with the PC-Sport training and analysis software
What happens when I record training units?
Your VDO computer generates a file/data record in its memory per training unit (start/stop see below). The following data is captured in this
data record (after starting data recording) in a interval (10 / 20 sec.):
- All bike data (only under certain conditions in walk mode)
- All altitude data (only under certain conditions in walk mode)
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
- All pulse data (only under certain conditions in walk mode)
- Lap data if lap timer is used
- All cadence data (if the cadence kit is installe
Note:
If you are using the lap timers the lap data will have a flag. When transferring data from the computer to the PC the lap data are identified via
this flag and are displayed and analyzed separately in the PC-Sport
program.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION PLEASE NOTE THE FOLLOWING:
a. The storage capacity of the device is configured for a total of 100
training hours.
b. After this total time is exceeded the new data automatically overwrites the oldest data in the memory.
c. A manual delete of training data is not possible.
d. Due to the recording interval of 10 or 20 sec. there may be slight
deviation between the data in your VDO computer and the data in the
PC-Sport program (e.g. average pulse)
TIPP: Connect your VDO computer to your PC at regular intervals so that
important data is not overwritten. Manual control/read out of the data
records of the DATA RECORDING and a data delete is not possible on
your VDO computer itself.
15.1. STARTING/STOPPING DATA RECORDING
You must start data recording manually:
Start data recording:
Press ≈ ç concurrently
End data recording:
Press ≈ ç concurrently
DA
TA
RE
CO
RD
Start of data recording
REC is displayed in the center
bar
Stop data recording
REC is not illuminated
What happens when I take a break?
If you take a break during DATA RECORDING, and the computer goes
into SLEEP MODE after 5 minutes (chapter 16) then DATA RECORDING
will be interrupted automatically. If SLEEP MODE is ended by pressing a
button then DATA RECORDING will be automatically continued.
TIP: Leave your VDO computer on the handlebar holder so that sleep
mode is activated and recording is interrupted automatically after 5
minutes (see chapter 16 Sleep mode).
ATTENTION: If you manually interrupt data recording, for a break for
example by pressing ≈ ç , then a new data record will be generated
at restart. Even if you do a trip data reset during „DATA RECORDING“
your VDO computer will generate a new data record.
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15.2. TRANSFERRING DATA TO YOUR PC >>> P11
Install the PC-Sport software on your PC. Insert your VDO computer into
the docking station as shown (Fig. xxx) and connect the USB cable to
one of your computer‘s USB ports. Now start PC Sport
- Under „FILE“ select Import
- In Import select VDO series Z
Click on the Start button in the PC Sport program, then on the Z3 go to
setting mode
3 sec.
ç
Setting mode LANGUAGE SELECT
∂ ƒ
PC LINK SELECT
‚
PC LINK SENDING (the data transfer is indicated in
the display by changing numbers)
Now the PC receives the data of your VDO computer. Data transfer is
indicated by the changing numbers in the computer‘s display.
NOTE: When importing the files the PC-Sport program detects which
files have already been imported. If you want to import this again you
must select it manually and confirm a warning query.
Now follow the instructions on saving files in the PC-Sport program.
Please see the PC Sport electronic user manual on the CD-ROM for all
additional information relative to planning and analysis of training units
15.3. SELECTION OF THE RECORDING INTERVAL
Your VDO computer offers two recording intervals (10 seconds or 20
seconds) for data recording.
Interval 1:
20 seconds
Maximum recording period:
100 hours
Selection of the recording interval:
Press ¥ + √
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Interval 2:
10 seconds
Maximum recording period:
50 hours
Selection of the recording interval:
Press ¥ + √
Now the recording interval that has been set is shown in the display:
DATA RECORD
INTERVAL
10 SEC
20 SEC
∂ ƒ
UP/Down - changes to the other interval.
‚
Press M to confirm your selection.
ATTENTION: It is not possible to switch the recording interval during a
recording.
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
16. SLEEP MODE
Your VDO computer has a two-stage sleep mode.
Sleep mode is activated automatically if the computer no longer
receives data.
Phase 1 after 5 minutes: - The display goes into sleep mode
- DATA RECORDING is interrupted
Now the display shows temperature, time, date, and day of the week.
.After an additional 10 minutes the second phase of sleep mode will be
activated, will be activated, the receiver will be switched off.
FOR WAKE UP
press any button.
Description special case 1.
No speed signals (e.g. when taking a break
No cadence signals (e.g. when taking a break)
Pulse signals will continue to be received (e.g. computer on wrist)
In this case the receive channels for speed and cadence are opened for
a total of 3 hours. Energy is consumed in this process.
To extend the service life of the batteries, leave your VDO computer in
the handlebar holder and move out of the receive range, or take off the
pulse transmitter belt.
17. TROUBLESHOOTING
Here is a list of possible errors, their causes, and what you can to
correct the error:
Problem when pairing the speed
transmitter/cadence transmitter
Problem when pairing the speed
transmitter/cadence transmitter
- Check the magnet position
(distance between magnet
and transmitter, position of the
magnet to the transmitter point
on the transmitter)
- Check the battery in the
transmitter
- Check the battery in the
computer (if battery voltage is
insufficient then the receiver
cannot receive the signals)
- Check the magnet position
(distance between magnet
and transmitter, position of the
magnet to the transmitter point
on the transmitter)
- Check the battery in the
transmitter
- Check the battery in the
computer (if battery voltage is
insufficient then the receiver
cannot receive the signals)
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Problem when pairing the pulsechest belt
- Check the battery in the chest
belt
- Check the battery in the
computer (if battery voltage is
insufficient then the receiver
cannot receive the signals)
No speed display
- Check the magnet position
(distance between magnet
and transmitter, position of the
magnet to the transmitter point
on the transmitter)
- Check the battery in the
transmitter
- Check the battery in the
computer (if battery voltage is
insufficient then the receiver
cannot receive the signals)
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No cadence display
- Check the magnet position
(distance between magnet
and transmitter, position of the
magnet to the transmitter point
on the transmitter)
- Check the battery in the
transmitter
- Check the battery in the
computer (if battery voltage is
insufficient then the receiver
cannot receive the signals)
No speed display (dash in the
display)
The receive channel for speed is
switched off (a 15-minute period
has elapsed without receiving a
speed signal)
Press buttons ¥ + ç at the
same time
No cadence data (dash in the
display)
The receive channel for cadence
is switched off (a 15-minute
period has elapsed without
receiving cadence signals)
Press buttons ¥ + ç at the
same time
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
No pulse display (dash in the
display)
The receive channel for pulse is
switched off (a 15-minute period
has elapsed without receiving
pulse data)
Press buttons ¥ + ç at the
same time
No average pulse
Timer has not been started
Start timer
No maximum pulse
Timer has not been started
Start timer
No pulse percentage of the
personal maximum pulse
Personal data has not been set,
timer has not been started
No data relative to training times
is in the set training ranges
Timer has not been started.
Start timer
Calorie display does not function
Personal data has not been set,
timer has not been started
Watt display does not function
- Personal data has not been set
- Watt settings have not been
made
- Cadence transmitter is not
installed
- Cadence transmitter does not
function
LAP data cannot be displayed/
are no longer present
The LAP data have been deleted
prior to LAP RECALL
Screwdriver is flashing on the
display
Service interval for your bicycle
is displayed. Take your bicycle
in for service or perform the
service yourself
Walking shoe is shown in the
display (bicycle distance data is
no longer displayed) £
Walk mode is switched on.
In walk mode certain bike
functions are not available
The timer indicator is flashing
A timer is still running.
Bell icon is displayed
An alarm is set (alarm time)
The LAP icon is flashing
A LAP recording is still running.
End recording with the ∫
button
The REC icon is flashing
Data recording is running. All
data is recorded in the computer
and can be transferred later to
the PC.
End data recording with button
≈+ ç
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Data download from Z3 PC-Link/
Z2 PC-Link to the PC does not
function
- Ensure that the computer
is correctly mounted on the
docking station
- Ensure that the docking station
is correctly connected to the
PC via USB connector
-Ensure that the PC Sport
software is open
- Ensure that PC-LINK has
been called and started in the
computer
- Ensure that the file Import
VDO series Z has been opened
and started in the PC Sport
program.
18. GUARANTEE CONDITIONS
VDO Cycle Parts offers a 5-year guarantee on your VDO computer,
starting from date of purchase. The guarantee extends to material and
manufacturing defects on the computer itself, on the docking station,
on the transmitters and on the handlebar and wrist band holder. Cable
and batteries, as well as other mounting materials are excluded from
the guarantee.
The guarantee is only valid if the components in questions have not
been opened (exception: battery compartment of the computer), if force
has not been applied, and if willful damage is not present. Please keep
the purchase receipt in a safe place because it must be submitted if
there is a complaint. You will receive a comparable replacement device
if there is a legitimate complaint.
A claim for replacement of the identical model does not exist if the
model in question is no longer in production due to a model change.
Please contact the dealer from whom you purchased the device for all
complaints and guarantee claims. Or send your complaint directly to
Cycle Parts GmbH, Große Ahlmühle 33, D-76865 Rohrbach.
We would be pleased to answer any technical questions you might
have at the following hotline number:
+49-6349-9635-10.
Additional technical information is available at:
http://www.vdocyclecomputing.com
In the course of further development we reserve the right to make
technical changes without prior notice.
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19. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Computer: Approximately 49.6 x 46.6 x 16.5 mm, weight:
Approximately 45 g
Handlebar holder: Weight approximately 15 g
Speed transmitter: Weight approximately 20 g
Pulse transmitter: Weight approximately 80 g
Battery: 3V, type 2032 (computer); type 2032 (speed transmitter); type
2032 (pulse transmitter)
Battery service life:
Computer: Approximately 300 hours, approximately 8000 KM (5000 M)
(speed only)
Pulse transmitter: Approximately 800 hours
Working temperature of the display: -15 °C to +60 °C
Speed range: for wheel size 2155 mm, min 3 km/h, max 120 km/h
Ride time measurement range: Up to 24:00:00 HH:MM:SS
Stopwatch measurement range: Up to 24:00:00 HH:MM:SS
Day trip measurement range: Up to 999.99 km or mi.
NAVIGATOR measurement range: Up to 999.99 km or mi.
Total KM 1 and 2 measurement range: Up to 99,999 km or mi.
Total kilometers measuring range: Up to 199,999 km or mi.
Wheel size: 100 mm minimum, 3999 mm maximum
Memory versions:
Recording capacity: 100 hours, a maximum of 100 trips at 1 hour each
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Оваа ознака прикажана на производот или во неговата документација покажува дека тој не треба да се фрла со преостанатиот
отпад од домаќинствата, кога веќе нема да биде употреблив. За да се избегне можното нарушување на животната средина
или на човековото здравје, како резултат на неконтролираното отстранување на отпадот, ве молиме да го одделите од другите
видови отпад и совесно да го рециклирате, за да промовирате одржлива повторна употреба на материјалните ресурси. Корисниците во
домаќинствата треба да се обратат до дистрибутерите кај кои го купиле производот или до локалите власти, за да ги дознаат деталите
за тоа каде и како можат да го однесат производот заради рециклирање коешто е безбедно за животната средина. Деловните
корисници треба да се обратат до нивните набавувачи и да ги проверат условите од договорот за купопродажба. При отстранувањето,
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Изхвърляйте правилно този продукт (отпадъчно електрическо и електронно оборудване)
Това обозначение на продукта или съпътстващите го материали означава, че той не бива да бъде изхвърлян заедно с другите
битови отпадъци след края на полезния му живот. За да се предотврати възможно увреждане на околната среда или човешки
живот от безконтролното изхвърляне на отпадъци, моля, отделяйте такива продукти от другите видове отпадъци и го
рециклирайте, демонстрирайки отговорно отношение към насърчаването на устойчива многократна употреба на материални ресурси.
При употреба за битови нужди трябва да се свържете с продавача на дребно, от когото сте закупили продукта или с местните власти
за подробности относно това къде и как можете да предадете продукта за безопасно рециклиране. При употреба за стопански нужди
трябва да се свържете с доставчика си и да проверите реда и условията в договора за закупуване. Този продукт не трябва да се
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Τα σήματα που εμφανίζονται επάνω στο προϊόν ή στα εγχειρίδια που το συνοδεύουν, υποδεικνύουν ότι δεν θα πρέπει να ρίπτεται μαζί
με τα υπόλοιπα οικιακά απορρίμματα μετά το τέλος του κύκλου ζωής του. Προκειμένου να αποφευχθούν ενδεχόμενες βλαβερές
συνέπειες στο περιβάλλον ή την υγεία εξαιτίας της ανεξέλεγκτης διάθεσης απορριμμάτων, σας παρακαλούμε να το διαχωρίσετε
από άλλους τύπους απορριμμάτων και να το ανακυκλώσετε, ώστε να βοηθήσετε στην βιώσιμη επαναχρησιμοποίηση των υλικών πόρων. Οι
οικιακοί χρήστες θα πρέπει να έλθουν σε επικοινωνία είτε με τον πωλητή απ‘ όπου αγόρασαν αυτό το προϊόν, είτε τις κατά τόπους υπηρεσίες,
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ασφαλή προς το περιβάλλον ανακύκλωση. Οι επιχειρήσεις-χρήστες θα πρέπει να έλθουν σε επαφή με τον προμηθευτή τους και να ελέγξουν τους
όρους και τις προϋποθέσεις του συμβολαίου πώλησης. Το προϊόν αυτό δεν θα πρέπει να αναμιγνύεται με άλλα συνηθισμένα απορρίμματα προς
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EU-Konformitätserklärung
Wir, CYCLE PARTS GmbH, Grosse Ahlmuehle 33, D-76865 Rohrbach erklären, dass die VDO Fahrradcomputer mit Funkübertragung VDO Z1, Z2, Z3, Z2 PC-Link, Z3 PC-Link und alle Sender Z-CAD, Z-PULSE,
Z-SENDER, Dockingstation bei bestimmungsgemäßer Verwendung den grundlegenden Anforderungen
gemäß Artikel 3 der R&TTE-Richtlinie 1999/5/EG entsprechen. Die Konformitäts-Erklärung finden Sie unter
www.vdocyclecomputing.com.
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EU-Declaration of Conformity
We, CYCLE PARTS GmbH, Grosse Ahlmuehle 33, D-76865 Rohrbach declare under our responsibility that
the products VDO Z1, Z2,Z3,Z2 PC-Link, Z3 PC-Link and all transmitters Z-CAD, Z-PULSE, Z-SENDER,
Dockingstation are compliant with the essential requirements and other relevant requirements of the
R&TTE Directive (1999/5/EC). The declaration of Conformity can be found at www.vdocyclecomputer.com.
Rohrbach, Februar 2008
H.J. Noenen
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ADDENDUM TO USER MANUAL
NOTICE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital
device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable
protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates,
uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with
the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no
guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause
harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the
equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
s2EORIENTORRELOCATETHECYCLECOMPUTERHEADWITHTHERECEIVINGANTENNA
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s#ONSULTYOURBICYCLEDEALERORANEXPERIENCEDRADIO46TECHNICIANFORHELP
NOTICE: This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules and with RSS-210 of Industry Canada.
Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
(1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and
(2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
NOTICE: This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003
NOTICE7ARNING #HANGES OR MODIlCATIONS MADE TO THIS EQUIPMENT NOT EXPRESSLY APPROVED BY6$/ #YCLE 0ARTS 'MB( MAY VOID THE &##
authorization to operate this equipment.
February 2008, Cycle Parts GmbH, Grosse Ahlmuehle 33, D-76865 Rohrbach, Germany
66023
66023
USA
CDN
ADDENDUM TO USER MANUAL
NOTICE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital
device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable
protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates,
uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with
the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no
guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause
harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the
equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
s2EORIENTORRELOCATETHECYCLECOMPUTERHEADWITHTHERECEIVINGANTENNA
s)NCREASETHESEPARATIONBETWEENYOUREQUIPMENTANDTHECYCLECOMPUTERHEADWITHTHERECEIVINGANTENNA
s#ONSULTYOURBICYCLEDEALERORANEXPERIENCEDRADIO46TECHNICIANFORHELP
NOTICE: This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules and with RSS-210 of Industry Canada.
Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
(1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and
(2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
NOTICE: This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003
NOTICE7ARNING #HANGES OR MODIlCATIONS MADE TO THIS EQUIPMENT NOT EXPRESSLY APPROVED BY6$/ #YCLE 0ARTS 'MB( MAY VOID THE &##
authorization to operate this equipment.
February 2008, Cycle Parts GmbH, Grosse Ahlmuehle 33, D-76865 Rohrbach, Germany
6604
6604
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FOR RUNNING / HIKING
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