C AT E Y E
PADRONE+
CYCLOCOMPUTER
CC-PA110W
Mounting the
computer
1
Setting up the
computer
2
Starting
measurement
3
Changing settings
SET
instruction manual is subject to change
•This
without notice. See our website for the latest
instruction manual (PDF).
Please visit our website, where a detailed
Quick Start manual containing videos can be
downloaded.
•
1
Warning / Caution
Product Warranty, etc.
Appendix
http://www.cateye.com/products/detail/CC-PA110W/manual/
4
Mounting the computer
Bracket band
Bracket rubber pad
1
Speed sensor
(1/3)
Magnet
(2/3)
Bracket
Sensor rubber pad
Dial
Nylon tie
(x2)
2
1•
Mount the bracket
When mounting on stem
Bracket band
Bracket rubber pad
Stem
3
Bracket
•When mounting on handlebar
Bracket band
Bracket rubber pad
Handlebar
SET
Bracket
When mounting the bracket on a handlebar, adjust the angle of the bracket so that
the back of the computer faces the speed
sensor when the computer is attached.
Cutting band after mounting
Correct
Wrong
Dial
Cut
2
Appendix
CAUTION:
Cut the bracket band so
that cut end will not cause
injury.
4
(1/3)
Mounting the computer
2
(2/3)
Mount the speed sensor
•Mounting on right front fork
2
Max.
70 cm
Nylon tie
Speed sensor
SEN
SOR
(3/3)
Mount the speed sensor in a position where the distance from the
computer to the speed sensor is
within the signal range.
•Mounting on left front fork
3
Pull tight
ZON
E
SEN
SO
RZ
ON
E
Cut
Sensor rubber pad
3
1
Mount the magnet
SET
Magnet
Spoke
To sensor zone
Appendix
3
4
(2/3)
Mounting the computer
4
1
(3/3)
Adjust the speed sensor and the magnet
The magnet passes through
the speed sensor zone.
The clearance between the
speed sensor and the magnet
is within 5 mm (3/16”).
Magnet
Magnet
Sensor zone
Speed sensor
SE
2
NS
SEN
SOR
ZON
E
OR
ZO
NE
m
5m
Speed sensor
*The magnet may be mounted at any position on spoke as long as attachment
conditions are satisfied.
5
3
Attach/detach computer
Hold computer.
Click
Push out so that front lifts up.
6
SET
Test operation
After attaching the computer, rotate the front wheel gently to check that current
speed is displayed on the computer.
If the speed is not displayed, refer to the attachment conditions in steps 1, 2, and 4
again.
Appendix
4
4
Setting up the computer
1
Battery case
cover
When using the
computer for the
first time, configure
the initial settings.
Short press
MODE
MENU
AC
Long press
(2 sec.)
MODE
MODE
Dot section
1
2
Clear all data.
2
AC
Press the AC button on the back of the computer.
(1/2)
*All data is deleted and the computer is reset
to its factory default settings.
(2/2)
Select the measurement unit.
km/h ↔ mph
Select “km/h” or “mph”.
MODE
MENU Confirm
3
Set tire circumference.
3
Increase
numbers
Enter the tire circumference of the front wheel
in mm.
MODE
Move to next digit
(Press and hold)
*Refer to “Tire circumference”(page 6).
MODE
MENU Confirm
4
Set the clock.
Time display mode
Each time MODE is pressed and held, settings
switch from time display mode, to hours, to
minutes.
*When 12h mode is selected, make sure to
check whether A (a.m.) or P (p.m.) is displayed before entering the value.
Switch setting item
(Press and hold)
MODE
Hours
Minutes
Press MENU to complete setup.
Setup is completed and the computer switches to the measurement screen. For instructions on how to start measurement, refer to “Starting measurement”(page 7).
5
MENU
Setup complete
Appendix
5
SET
Switch between
24h and 12h or
MODE increase numbers
4
Setting up the computer
1
Tire circumference
Tire circumference can be determined by either of the following two methods:
•Measure the actual tire circumference (L)
After ensuring that the tire pressure is appropriate, sit on your
bike, roll it forward so that the tire makes one full revolution (use
the valve or other marking as a reference), and measure the distance traveled on the road.
(1/2)
L mm
•Tire size chart
*The tire size or ETRTO code is indicated on the side of the tire.
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
L (mm)
ETRTO
935
940
1020
1055
1185
1195
1245
1290
1300
1340
1340
1350
1450
1460
1490
1515
1565
1545
1615
1770
1785
1890
1925
1965
1753
1785
1795
1905
1913
1950
2005
2010
2023
2050
2068
2070
2083
75-559
28-590
37-590
37-584
20-571
23-571
25-571
40-590
40-584
25-630
28-630
32-630
37-630
40-584
50-584
54-584
57-584
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
56-622
60-622
6
Tire size
26x3.00
26x1-1/8
26x1-3/8
26x1-1/2
650C Tubular 26x7/8
650x20C
650x23C
650x25C 26x1(571)
650x38A
650x38B
27x1(630)
27x1-1/8
27x1-1/4
27x1-3/8
27.5x1.50
27.5x1.95
27.5x2.1
27.5x2.25
700x18C
700x19C
700x20C
700x23C
700x25C
700x28C
700x30C
700x32C
700C Tubular
700x35C
700x38C
700x40C
700x42C
700x44C
700x45C
700x47C
29x2.1
29x2.2
29x2.3
2
L (mm)
2170
1970
2068
2100
1920
1938
1944
1952
2125
2105
2145
2155
2161
2169
2079
2090
2148
2182
2070
2080
2086
2096
2105
2136
2146
2155
2130
2168
2180
2200
2224
2235
2242
2268
2288
2298
2326
(2/2)
3
SET
Appendix
28-540
32-540
25-559
32-559
37-559
40-559
47-559
50-559
54-559
57-559
58-559
Tire size
12x1.75
12x1.95
14x1.50
14x1.75
16x1.50
16x1.75
16x2.00
16x1-1/8
16x1-3/8
17x1-1/4 (369)
18x1.50
18x1.75
20x1.25
20x1.35
20x1.50
20x1.75
20x1.95
20x1-1/8
20x1-3/8
22x1-3/8
22x1-1/2
24x1.75
24x2.00
24x2.125
24x1(520)
24x3/4 Tubular
24x1-1/8
24x1-1/4
26x1(559)
26x1.25
26x1.40
26x1.50
26x1.75
26x1.95
26x2.10
26x2.125
26x2.35
4
Starting measurement [Measurement screen]
Night Mode icon
Turns on when Night Mode
is ON. For details, refer to
page 10.
1
MODE operation when mounted on bracket
Current speed
0.0 (4.0) – 99.9 km/h
[0.0 (3.0) – 62.0 mph]
Measurement unit
Current function
MODE
When the computer is mounted on the bracket, pressing the dot section on the computer
depresses the MODE button.
2
Switching current function
Pressing MODE switches the current function displayed at the bottom of the screen.
MODE
Moving Time
0:00’00” – 99:59’59”
MODE
Trip Distance
0.00 – 9999.99 km [miles]
Average Speed (*)
0.0 – 99.9 km/h
[0.0 – 62.0 mph]
3
Stopwatch
Turning ON the
stopwatch setting
on the menu screen
adds a stopwatch
to the current func0:00’00” – 99:59’59”
tion display.
MODE
(1/3)
MODE
(2/3)
SET
MODE
Clock
0:00 – 23:59 or
1:00 – 12:59
MODE
Total distance
0.0 – 99999.9 km [miles]
Maximum Speed
0.0 (4.0) – 99.9 km/h
[0.0 (3.0) – 62.0 mph]
*Av displays .E instead of the measurement value when Tm exceeds approximately
100 hours or Dst exceeds 9999.99 km. Reset the computer.
On the measurement screen, press MENU to go to the menu
screen. Various settings can be changed on the menu screen.
7
Appendix
MENU
4
Starting measurement [Measurement screen]
1
Starting/stopping measurement
Measurement starts automatically when the
bicycle moves.
During measurement the measurement unit
(km/h or mph) flashes.
Measurement starts
Measurement stops
2
Resetting data
Pressing MODE for 2 seconds when on the measurement screen
resets all measurement data to 0 (excluding Odo).
MODE
(2 seconds)
(1/3)
Backlight (Night Mode)
The backlight will come on during the time specified in the Night Mode settings on the
menu screen.
The backlight can be set to come on part time (for 5 seconds) or full time (constantly).
*When the remaining battery power is low (when
turn on.
•When Part time is selected:
The backlight will come on when MODE is
pressed. Pressing MODE while the backlight is ON will activate the button’s function and extend the lighting time.
Backlight off
Backlight on
(*1)
Button function
(*2)
Dot
(MODE)
Dot
(MODE)
*1:Pressing MODE will turn the backlight
ON, but the button function is disabled.
*2:Pressing the button again while the
backlight is ON will activate the button’s
function.
•When Full time is selected:
The backlight will come ON while the bicycle is in motion and will turn OFF 30 seconds after the bicycle has stopped.
Backlight off
Backlight
constantly ON
(2/3)
(3/3
2/3)
SET
Backlight off
30 seconds
after stopping
Appendix
Bicycle begins moving
8
3
turns on), the backlight will not
4
Starting measurement [Measurement screen]
Power-saving function
1
Power-saving
screen
If the computer does not receive
any signal for 10 minutes, the
power-saving screen is activated
and only the clock is displayed.
If MODE is pressed or a sensor
signal is received while the power-saving screen is activated, the
computer returns to the measurement screen.
10 minutes
1 hour
Sleep
*When the computer is left on
the power-saving screen for 1
hour, the display only shows the
measurement unit. When the
computer is in this state, you
can return to the measurement
screen by pressing MODE.
2
MODE
(2/3)
3
Using the stopwatch ( )
(3/3)
You can display a stopwatch to count time regardless of whether measurement is started
or stopped.
To use the stopwatch, set the stopwatch setting on the menu screen to ON.
For instructions on how to set the stopwatch, refer to “Stopwatch” (page 13).
Stopwatch operation
Stopwatch
Start/stop
Press MODE for 1 second when the stopwatch is
displayed.During counting the icon flashes.
Reset
Press MODE for 4 seconds when the stopwatch is
displayed.
SET
*Start, stop, and reset operations of the stopwatch are performed
separately to measurement, and do not affect other measurements.
*The stopwatch continues counting regardless of the power-saving state. During counting the icon flashes on every screen
except for the menu screen.
Appendix
9
4
Changing settings [Menu screen]
1
On the measurement screen, press MENU to go to the menu screen.
Various settings can be changed on the menu screen.
*After changing settings, always press MENU to confirm changes.
*When the menu screen is left on for 1 minute, the computer returns to the measurement screen.
Measurement
screen
Description
Menu screen
Night Mode
Set the backlight illumination time and method.
2
Change setting
MENU
Night Mode ON/OFF
ON
↔
MODE
(Press and hold)
MODE
OFF
(Press and hold)
MODE
MENU
MODE
24h display
format
“Start time” setting
Increase
numbers
Confirm
3
MODE
MENU
12hdisplay
displayformat
format
12h
P (p.m.)
(p.m.)
Tire
circumference
(Press and hold)
MODE
24h display
format
MODE
“End time” setting
Clock
MODE
Increase
numbers
12hdisplay
displayformat
format
12h
A (a.m.)
(a.m.)
SET
MODE
Manual
distance input
(Press and hold)
MODE
MODE
(Press and hold)
Select
measurement unit
(2/4)
MODE
“Illumination
method” setting
↔
P (Part time)
MODE
MODE
Stopwatch
10
F (Full time)
Appendix
MODE
4
(1/4)
Changing settings [Menu screen]
Measurement
screen
Menu screen
1
Description
Night Mode
setting
MENU
MODE
Tire circumference
Set the tire circumference.
(0100 – 3999 mm)
2
Change setting
Increase
numbers
MODE
MODE
(Press and hold)
MODE
Move to
next digit
(Press and hold)
Confirm
MODE
MENU
MODE
Increase
numbers
3
Clock
Set the clock.
*When the display format is set to 12h, A (a.m.)
or P (p.m.) will be displayed.
Change setting
Select display
MODE
MENU
MODE
(Press and hold)
Confirm
MODE
(1/4)
12h ↔ 24h
(Press and hold)
MENU
SET
Manual
distance
input
Set “hours”
MODE
(3/4)
Increase
numbers
(Press and hold)
MODE
Set “minutes”
MODE
Increase
numbers
Stopwatch
MODE
11
Appendix
Select
measurement unit
MODE
MODE
MODE
(Press and hold)
4
(2/4)
MODE
Changing settings [Menu screen]
Measurement
screen
Menu screen
1
Description
Night Mode
setting
MENU
MODE
Tire
circumference
2
MODE
Clock
MODE
Manual distance input
Set total distance traveled manually.
(0 – 99999 km [mile])
*Fractions cannot be entered.
*Setting an arbitrary value for total distance allows
you to start from the value you entered.
This is useful when you have just purchased a new
bicycle or when replacing the computer battery.
3
Change setting
MODE
MODE
(2/4)
(Press and hold)
(Press and hold)
MENU
Increase
numbers
MODE
MODE
MODE
Increase
numbers
(Press and hold)
Confirm
SET
MENU
MODE
Increase
numbers
(4/4)
(Press and hold)
MODE
Select
measurement unit
MODE
MODE
(Press and hold)
Increase
numbers
(Press and hold)
MODE
MODE
Stopwatch
MODE
12
Increase
numbers
Appendix
MODE
4
(3/4)
MODE
Changing settings [Menu screen]
Measurement
screen
Menu screen
1
Description
Night Mode
setting
MENU
MODE
Tire
circumference
2
MODE
Clock
MODE
Manual
distance
input
3
MODE
Select measurement unit
Select the measurement unit (km/h or mph)
Change setting
km/h↔mph
MODE (Press
MODE
and hold)
Confirm
MODE
(3/4)
MODE
MENU
SET
Stopwatch
Add a stopwatch to the current function display.
Change setting
MODE
(Press and hold)
MENU
↔
ON (show)
MENU
MODE
13
OFF (hide)
Appendix
Confirm
4
(4/4)
Appendix
1
Warning / Caution
•Do not concentrate on the computer while riding. Always ride safely.
•Mount the magnet, sensor, and bracket securely, and check them periodically to ensure that they are not loose.
•If a battery is swallowed accidentally, consult a doctor immediately.
•Do not leave the computer in direct sunlight for a long period of time.
•Do not disassemble the computer.
•Do not drop the computer. Doing so may result in malfunction or damage.
•When pressing the MODE button with the computer installed on the bracket, press the
2
area around the dot section on the front of the computer. Pressing other areas strongly
may result in malfunction or damage.
•Always tighten the bracket band dial by hand. Using a tool or other object to tighten the
dial may crush the screw thread.
•When cleaning the computer and accessories, do not use thinners, benzine, or alcohol.
•Risk of explosion if battery is replaced by an incorrect type.
Dispose of used batteries according to local regulations.
•The LCD screen may be distorted when viewed through polarized sunglass lenses.
3
Wireless Sensor
The speed sensor is designed with a maximum signal range of 70 cm (27”), to reduce
the chance of interference. (The signal range is intended to serve as a rough guide only.)
When handling the wireless sensor, note the following:
•Signals cannot be received if the distance between the speed sensor and the computer
is too large.
Interference may occur, resulting in malfunction, if the computer is:
SET
4
Appendix
•Signal range may be shortened due to low temperature and flat batteries.
•Signals can be received only when the back of the computer is facing the speed sensor.
(1/3)
•Near a TV, PC, radio, or motor, or in a car or train.
•Close to a railroad crossing, railway tracks, TV transmitter station, or radar station.
•Used with other wireless devices or certain battery-powered lights.
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. 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.
Modifications
The FCC requires the user to be notified that any changes or modifications made to this device that are
not expressly approved by CatEye Co., Ltd. May void the user ’s authority to operate the equipment.
Hereby, CATEYE Co., Ltd., declares that this CC-PA110W is in compliance with the essential requirements
and other relevant provisions of Directive 1999/5/EC.
14
(2/3)
Appendix
1
Maintenance
If the computer or accessories become dirty, clean with a soft cloth which is moistened
with mild soap.
Replacing the battery
•Computer
When
(battery icon) is turned on, replace the battery.
Insert a new lithium battery (CR2032) with the (+) side up.
*After replacing the battery, always follow the procedure
described in “Setting up the computer” (page 5).
CO
IN
Close
2
CR2032
Open
*If you make a note of the total distance value before
replacing the battery, you will be able to continue from
the same total distance by entering it after replacing
the battery.
•Speed sensor
CR2032
3
IN
Close
CO
When the speed is not displayed even after adjusting correctly, it is time to replace the battery.
Insert a new lithium battery (CR2032) with the (+) side up
and close the battery cover firmly.
*After replacing the battery, adjust the position of the
magnet relative to the speed sensor as described in
“Mounting the computer”(page 4) step 4.
Open
Troubleshooting
Speed is not displayed.
Is there too much clearance between the speed sensor and the magnet?
(Clearance should be within 5 mm (3/16”).)
•
•Does the magnet pass through the sensor zone correctly?
Adjust the position of the magnet and/or the speed sensor.
Is the computer mounted at the correct angle?
Ensure that the back of the computer faces the speed sensor.
•
SET
the computer and the speed sensor mounted at the correct distance apart?
•Are
(Clearance should be from 20 to 70 cm (8” to 27”).)
Ensure that the speed sensor is within range.
Is the computer or speed sensor battery flat?
*Battery performance diminishes in winter.
If the computer reacts only when it is close to the speed sensor, the problem may
be due to weak batteries.
Replace the batteries with new ones as described in “Replacing the battery”.
The display remains blank when the button is pressed.
Replace the computer battery as described in “Replacing the battery”.
Incorrect data appear.
Clear all according to the procedure described in “Setting up the computer”(page 5).
4
•
Appendix
15
(1/3)
(2/3)
(3/3)
Appendix
1
Main specifications
Batteries used
Battery life
Computer
Lithium battery (CR2032) x1
If used for one hour a day without backlight illumination:
Approx. 1 year (actual battery life will vary depending on usage conditions)
If used for one hour a day with constant backlight illumination:
Approx. 2 months (actual battery life will vary depending on usage conditions)
Speed sensor
Lithium battery (CR2032) x1 /
Total distance approx. 10000 km [6,250 miles]
•
•
* Average value when used at temperature of 20 °C with computer and sensor mounted 65 cm apart.
* Frequent use of backlight will cause the computer battery life to be extremely short.
* Life of pre-installed battery may be shorter than indicated above.
Controller
Display
Liquid crystal
Sensor
Non-contact magnetic sensor
Signal range
20 to 70 cm (8” to 27”)
Tire circumference
range
0100 mm – 3999 mm
(Initial value: 2096 mm)
Operating temperature range
Dimensions/weight
2
4 bit, 1-chip microcomputer (Crystal controlled oscillator)
32°F – 104°F (0°C – 40°C)
(Guaranteed operating temperature range: Display visibility may deteriorate outside this range.)
Computer
2-21/32” x 1-11/16” x 9/16” (67.5 x 43 x 14.5 mm) / 1.1 oz (31.5 g)
Speed sensor
1-5/8” x 1-13/32” x 19/32” (41.5 x 36 x 15 mm) / 0.5 oz (15 g)
3
* Specifications and design are subject to change without notice.
LIMITED WARRANTY
2-Years Computer/Speed Sensor Only
(Accessories and Battery Consumption Excluded)
CatEye cycle computers are warranted to be free of defects
from materials and workmanship for a period of two years from
original purchase. If the product fails to work due to normal use,
CatEye will repair or replace the defect at no charge. Service must
be performed by CatEye or an authorized retailer. To return the
product, pack it carefully and enclose the warranty certificate
(proof of purchase) with instruction for repair. Please write or
type your name and address clearly on the warranty certificate.
Insurance, handling and transportation charges to CatEye shall be
borne by person desiring service.
For UK and REPUBLIC OF IRELAND consumers, please return to
the place of purchase. This does not affect your statutory rights.
Please register your CatEye product on the website.
http://www.cateye.com/us/support/regist/
Standard accessories
1602190N
Parts kit
1602194
Bracket kit
1699691N
Wheel magnet
16
1665150
Lithium
battery
SET
(2/3)
Optional accessories
1604100
Out-front
bracket
1602980
Nylon tie
bracket
4
1602196
Speed sensor
(SPD-01)
1603891
Speed sensor
(SPD-02)
Appendix
2-8-25, Kuwazu, Higashi Sumiyoshi-ku, Osaka 546-0041 Japan
Attn: CATEYE Customer Service
Phone: (06)6719-6863
Fax : (06)6719-6033
E-mail: support@cateye.co.jp URL : http://www.cateye.com
[For US Customers]
CATEYE AMERICA, INC.
2825 Wilderness Place Suite 1200, Boulder CO 80301-5494 USA
Phone: 303.443.4595
Toll Free: 800.5.CATEYE
Fax : 303.473.0006
E-mail : service@cateye.com
1600280N
Bracket band
1602193
Bracket
(3/3)