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ROX GPS 11.0
USER GUIDE
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Contents
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Packaging content
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Mounting
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Before initial use
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Operation / Button functions / Menu overview
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Training with the ROX GPS 11.0 /
Start a recording
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Load track
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How do I get the Strava segments
on the ROX GPS 11.0?
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Workout
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Memory
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Settings
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Function overview
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Technical data
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Notes
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Guarantee, Warranty, Legal Disclaimer
Packaging content
Black or white ROX GPS 11.0
bike computer
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ENGLISH
R2 DUO*
(ANT+, Bluetooth Smart)
*only included in the
complete set
R1 DUO*
(ANT+, Bluetooth Smart)
*only included in the
complete set
GPS bracket
USB type - A to micro-B
cable
Mounting material
Foreword
Quick Guide ROX GPS 11.0
Thank you for choosing a bike computer from SIGMA SPORT®.
Your new ROX GPS 11.0 will be a loyal companion for your bike trips for years
to come. To familiarise yourself with and learn how to use the many functions of
your new bike computer, please read these operating instructions carefully.
SIGMA SPORT® wishes you hours of fun and enjoyment with your ROX GPS 11.0.
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Mounting
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Before initial use
3.3 Synchronisation of the sensors
NOTE
Fully charge the ROX GPS 11.0.
To synchronise the sensors (ANT+), the ROX GPS 11.0 must be switched on
and in training mode.
Charge the device using the micro USB cable and the USB port on your PC.
Alternatively, use the USB charger. The process takes approximately 3 hours.
To charge the device, plug the USB cable into the micro USB port on the back
of the ROX GPS 11.0 and the USB port on your PC or the USB charger (not
included in the delivery).
The sensor search takes place automatically. It searches for all previously
paired sensors. The respective value for the sensor stops flashing as soon as
the corresponding sensor has been found.
3.1 Initial use
1. Press and hold the START button for 5 seconds (right upper button).
2.Press START to change the language.
3. Now press the PLUS or MINUS buttons to select your desired language
and then press the START button.
4. Configure the remaining settings using the same principle.
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If a sensor is not found, make sure that it is activated.
3.4 Connect to your smartphone
In order to transfer the training data to the SIGMA LINK app, first pair your
smartphone with the ROX GPS 11.0. To do so, select the following menu item:
SETTINGS ---> SMARTPHONE CONNECTION ---> CONNECT SMARTPHONE
Follow the instruction of the SIGMA LINK app.
3.2 Pairing the sensors (ANT+)
with the ROX GPS 11.0
To use the sensors (ANT+), these must be paired with the ROX GPS 11.0.
To carry out the pairing, select the menu item SETTINGS > CONNECT SENSOR.
There are several options to pair the sensors:
−− With SELECT SENSOR, you can search for a certain type of sensor.
−− With SEARCH ALL, you can search for all the sensors in the area.
−− Enter the sensor ID, if it is known.
Always make sure before you start the search that only the sensors that are to
be paired are activated.
Start the search using SEARCH ALL or SEARCH SENSOR ---> desired sensor
type.
After a few seconds, the sensor and the associated sensor ID are displayed.
Select the desired sensor to connect.
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Operation / Button functions /
Menu overview
4.1 Operating concept
A continually visible navigation level makes the
ROX GPS 11.0 menu navigation far easier for
the user. The possible functions of the STOP
and START buttons are displayed in this level to:
−− Go to the next level down (START),
−− Go back to the next level up (STOP),
−− To scroll within the menu level forward or
backward or to increase or reduce values
(PLUS or MINUS)
The sensors that are paired can be found under CONNECTED SENSORS.
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4.2 Button functions
STOP button:
Press this button to exit the
sub-menus or stop a running
data log.
START button:
Press this button to reach the
sub-menus or start the data log.
During a data log you can also
press this button to start
a new lap.
Press and hold the button to
switch the ROX GPS 11.0 on
and off.
MINUS button:
PLUS button:
Use this button to change the training views
during the training. In the menu, navigate
through the separate points or reduce
a value to be set.
Use this button to change the
training views during training.
ONLY IN TRAINING (with active workout):
Press and hold to move to the next phase
of your defined workout.
In the menu, navigate through
the individual points or increase
a value to be set.
ONLY IN TRAINING
Press and hold to open
the Quick Menu in training
Enable/Disable light mode
By simultaneous pressing of the PLUS and MINUS buttons
the light mode is activated or deactivated.
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Training
Select
sport profile
Start
training
Load track
Tracks covered
or
tracks saved
Select track
Enable/Disable
Select
comparison
Strava
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Workout
Select workout
Must be defined via the DATA CENTER
and transferred to the ROX GPS 11.0
Memory
Activities
Total values
Personal best
Sync data
Enables data communication
with the SIGMA LINK app
Settings
Device
Altitude
Connect sensor
Connect smartphone
Sports profiles
Track settings
User
Firmware Update
Default settings
About
Select sports
profile and start
track navigation
Training with the ROX GPS 11.0 /
How to start a recording
INFO ON SPORT PROFILES
The ROX GPS 11.0 has the so-called “SPORT PROFILES”. These help you to link
the different settings with the chosen sport. Thus all the important settings are
connected to the SPORT PROFILE. If you change the sport profile, functions such
as the training views and the settings for the Automatic Pause are automatically
set. Once set, there is no more need to check the settings. The training views
can only be set in the SPORT PROFILE using the DATA CENTER.
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4.3 Menu overview
5.1 Starting the training
After the desired SPORT PROFILE has been selected, it searches for the GPS.
After a successful search of the GPS, the various views can be changed using
the PLUS or MINUS button.
To start the training or the recording, the START button must be pressed once.
If the stopwatch is running, it is always recorded.
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If you want to make more training-relevant
settings before starting, such as calibration of
the altitude, press the PLUS button and hold
down to reach the Quick Menu. The following
settings can be configured:
c. Selection of the sport profile
If you have accidentally selected the wrong sport profile, you can change this
again here. This is only possible as long as the training has not been started.
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5.2 Settings relevant to training
in the Quick Menu
d. Load track
A track can be loaded here at any given time.
e. Same track back
a. Current activity
This option returns you to the same, already travelled path.
This item appears when you start a training. This lets you see all important values
on your ROX GPS 11.0 during the trip.
f. Workout
b. Calibrating the altitude IAC+
The ROX GPS 11.0’s altitude measurement is determined on the basis of the
barometric air pressure. Any change to the weather means a change in the air
pressure, which can lead to a change in your current altitude. To compensate
these changes in air pressure, you must enter a reference altitude into the
ROX GPS 11.0 (process known as calibration).
The ROX GPS 11.0 offers three types of calibration (only one has to be used):
1. Home altitude 1–3
The home altitude is the altitude of your start location.
You can set three different home altitudes.
2. Current altitude
The current altitude is the altitude at your current location. The current altitude is
used if you are out on your bike and altitude information is provided.
3. Air pressure at sea level
If you are at an unknown altitude, you can enter the “air pressure reduced to sea
level” to calculate the current altitude. The air pressure reduced to sea level can be
found online (e.g. www.meteo24.de), in the daily newspaper, or at airports.
4. GPS calibration
If you do not have a reference point or any indication of your current altitude,
you can determine this by means of GPS. The accuracy of the displayed altitude
depends on the GPS receiver and is shown in the display (e.g. +/-10m).
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You can also select and start a workout defined by you during the training
session. The workout starts automatically as soon as you have selected it.
g. Strava live segments
Here you can find your Strava segments or disable Strava.
h. Auto pause
You can start training as soon as you have pressed Start. The ROX GPS 11.0
waits till it can detect a speed over 2.2 km/h to begin recording the training.
From then on, the activated Auto Pause function ensures that the training time
pauses for speeds of less than 2.2 km/h (“Auto Pause” appears on the display)
and restarts at speeds of over 2.2 km/h (Auto Start).
i. Alarms
Here, during the training, you have the option of activating or deactivating the
alarms you have defined.
j. Automatic lap
You have the option in the settings to choose among the criteria distance,
time or calories. If you have chosen, for example, 5 km for an Automatic Lap,
a lap is always saved automatically after 5 km. This can be analysed in detail in
the DATA CENTER.
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6.1 Driven tracks
Calibrate the compass to also have the best possible orientation of the tracks
while standing.
This area displays all the tracks you have already finished. After selecting a track
by pressing the START button you have four options to choose from:
l. Zoom
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Here you have the option to choose a fixed or automatic zoom level for the track
view. When automatic is set, the zoom level will change depending on the speed.
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k. Compass calibration
Start track
Star track reverse
Show track
Show altitude profile
m. Target zone alarm (only for workout)
You can deactivate the target zone alarm while riding.
6.1.1 Start track
5.3 Ending training &
transferring data
Use “Start track” to retrace the selected track.
If you want to end your training or trip, you must press the STOP button twice.
There comes a query, if you want to save or continue the training. End with the
STOP button and save the training. Thereby, it can now be transferred to the
DATA CENTER. For this, simply connect the ROX GPS 11.0 to the DATA CENTER
and follow the instructions in the DATA CENTER. If you want to delete the
training, press the PLUS or MINUS button once to change the selection from
Save to Delete. To delete the training irrevocably press the STOP button.
The training will be irrevocably deleted.
NOTE
If you have not defined any track view in your training views,
another page is loaded for the track view.
5.4 Transfer data to the
SIGMA LINK app
6.1.2 Start track reverse
To transfer the training data to the SIGMA LINK app, select the menu item
SYNC DATA on your ROX GPS 11.0. Follow all other steps in the SIGMA LINK app.
For this follow the description in the LINK app.
Use “Start track reverse” to reverse the direction of the selected track.
Once you have selected “Start track reverse” by pressing the function buttons
and confirmed your selection by pressing START button, the track starts. The
starting point and the destination point of the selected route are reversed.
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Load track
This function enables you to select, start, display, and delete finished or stored
tracks.
NOTE
The track management can also be performed quickly and conveniently via
the DATA CENTER. It is also possible to transfer already created tracks to
the ROX GPS 11.0 very conveniently via the SIGMA LINK app.
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Once you have selected the item “Start track” by pressing the function buttons
and confirmed your selection by pressing the START button, the track starts.
The display automatically switches to the SPORT PROFILE selection.
6.1.3 Show track
Select “Show track” to display the route for the selected tour.
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Use “Show altitude profile” to view
a graphical representation of the route’s
altitude profile.
6.2.3 Show track
Select “Show track” to display the route for the selected tour.
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6.1.4 Show altitude profile
6.2.4 Show altitude profile
6.2 Stored tracks
Use “Show altitude profile” to view a graphical representation of the trip’s
altitude profile.
Here, you can find your tracks that you have transferred to the ROX GPS 11.0
with the help of DATA CENTER.
The Data Center enables you to download, modify, and store tracks from other
users or plan your own tracks on an interactive map. These tracks can then be
loaded onto the ROX GPS 11.0. Further information about the DATA CENTER
can be found in the DATA CENTER instructions.
After selecting a track by pressing the START button, you have five options to
choose from:
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Start track
Star track reverse
Show track
Show altitude profile
Show details
6.2.1 Start track
Select “Start track” to travel the selected track.
Once you have selected the “Start track” item by pressing the START button,
the track starts.
6.2.2 Start track reverse
Use “Start track reverse” to reverse the direction of the selected track.
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6.2.5 Show details
Here you can find the following detailed data for the selected trip:
−− Distance
−− Altitude ascent
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How do I get the Strava segments
on the ROX GPS 11.0?
The ROX GPS 11.0 offers a special function to Strava fans, the Strava live
segments. Thus you need not wait until after the trip to see whether you have
scored a new personal best. The Strava Live segments can only be transferred
if you have a premium membership.
7.1 Playing Strava segments on the
ROX GPS 11.0
The Strava segments can be transferred exclusively via the DATA CENTER onto
the ROX GPS 11.0. To transfer Strava segments you need a Strava user account
(registration at www.strava.com).
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Memory
9.1Activities
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Only the Strava segments that have been
marked as favourites on www.strava.com
are transferred!
You will find all values of your activities sorted by date. The most recent activity
first. The data is divided into the following 10 sub-areas:
To transfer the Strava segments, please connect your ROX GPS 11.0 to the
DATA CENTER. The most important information on your device will appear on the
dashboard. Here you have the option now to transfer the marked segments on
Strava onto your ROX GPS 11.0 by a click.
1. Times
2. Speed/Distance
3. Heart rate
4. Cadence
5. Power
6. Altitude
7. Calories
8. Temperature
9. Laps
10. Auto laps
11. Strava segments
12. Show track
13. Show altitude
NOTE
It is possible to view the segments only if you have loaded
the STRAVA segments data onto the ROX GPS 11.0 beforehand.
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Workout
Workouts are predefined training processes which are described by means
of training phases. The workouts offer the maximum flexibility. If you want to
perform a simple training with a target zone, you define a simple phase with
the appropriate target zone.
If you want to perform an interval training, you can define the first phase as
a warm-up phase, the second as an interval (e.g. 5 x 1000 m with 1:00 min
recovery) with the final cool-down phase. Up to 10 phases can be defined.
An interval phase can contain up to 99 repetitions.
Workouts cannot be set on the ROX GPS 11.0 itself. These must be created via
the SIGMA DATA CENTER and then transferred.
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9.2Totals
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Settings
You will find all total values for the ROX GPS 11.0:
You have the option to reset the total values. Use the PLUS or MINUS buttons to
select the item “RESET ALL VALUES” and press the START button.
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All important functions can be set either directly
on the ROX GPS 11.0 or on the PC and then
transferred to the ROX GPS 11.0.
1. Number of trainings
2. Training time
3. Distance
4. Altitude uphill
5. Altitude downhill
6. Calories
7. Reset all values
10.1 Device
10.1.1 Language (DE, EN, FR, ES, IT, NL, CZ, PL)
9.3 Personal best
You will find your personal bests subdivided for the following sub-areas:
1. Longest training time
2. Fastest training session
3. Longest trip distance
4. Most altitude ascent
5. Most calories
6. Best 5k (5 kilometres)
7. Best power (20 min)
8. Reset personal best
You have the option to reset the personal bests.
Use the PLUS and MINUS buttons to select the item “Reset personal best” and
press the START button.
Using the PLUS and MINUS buttons, followed by pressing the START button,
you can choose the language for the ROX GPS 11.0.
10.1.2 Scale Unit
You can specify the following measurement units for the ROX GPS 11.0:
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Speed (km/h, mph)
Distance (km, miles)
Altitude (metre, feet)
Temperature (°C, °F)
GPS coordinate format (hddd°mm‘ss,s or hddd°mm,mmm)
10.1.3 Autom. Off (On /Off)
10.1.4 Backlight time
Press the PLUS and MINUS buttons followed by the START button to set
the backlight time (permanent, 5 min on, 2 min on, 30 sec on) for the
ROX GPS 11.0.
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10.2 Altitude
Press the PLUS and MINUS buttons followed by the START button to set the
brightness (1–3) on the ROX GPS 11.0.
The home altitude is the altitude of your usual start location (usually your home).
You can find this information on road or country maps. It is only set once on the
ROX GPS 11.0. You can set three different home altitudes on the ROX GPS 11.0.
10.1.6 Button tones (on/off)
10.1.7 System tones (on/off)
10.1.8 Contrast
Press the PLUS and MINUS buttons followed by the START button to set
the contrast (1–10) on the ROX GPS 11.0.
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10.1.5 Backlight brightness
Home altitude 1
Home altitude 2
Home altitude 3
Altitude points list
The altitude measurement points from the IAC+ altitude calibration are stored
in this list.
NOTE
To enable this altitude, you must select the preset altitude in training! To select
the altitude, open the shortcut menu by holding down the PLUS button.
10.3 Connect sensor
10.3.1 Select sensor
10.1.9 Log interval
The memory for the training sessions can store up to 200 training files.
The maximum storage period also depends on the log interval selected.
Select the sensors to be paired and then go to SENSOR SEARCH or ENTER ID
(if ID is known).
10.3.2 Search all
All sensors activated in the immediate environment are displayed, which are
ready for pairing. Select the desired sensor and confirm with the START button.
10.1.10 Time setting
For the ROX GPS 11.0 you can configure the following time settings:
Time zone
Press the PLUS and MINUS buttons followed by the START button
to set the appropriate time zone (e.g. Berlin + 01:00, London + 00:00, etc.).
10.1.11 Summer time (on/off)
10.3.3 Paired sensors
All paired sensors are displayed here. Remove sensors that are no longer used
to optimise the search for the sensors before the start of the training.
10.4 Connect smartphone
To get “smart notifications” while riding, you need to connect your smartphone
to the ROX GPS 11.0. To do this, select the item CONNECT PHONE.
Open the Bluetooth settings on your smartphone to connect your
ROX GPS 11.0 (it may be necessary to open the LINK app to confirm
the connection).
10.1.12 Clock (24h, 12h)
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10.5.8 Intensity zones (HR)
You can make the following settings:
The ROX GPS 11.0 has four intensity zones, which make it easier to monitor your
training. The values are automatically calculated on the basis of your maximum
heart rate. You can manually modify the % values for the individual intensity
zones.
10.5.1 Automatic lap
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10.5 Sport profiles
Settings of automatic laps for distance, time or calories.
10.5.2 Automatic pause (on/off)
10.5.9 GPS (ON/OFF)
10.5.3 Training views
10.6 Track setting
This can only be set via the DATA CENTER.
10.6.1 Off-track alarm
10.5.4 Alert
Press the PLUS and MINUS buttons followed by the START button to select
between the settings 40 m, 80 m or 120 m.
Alerts can be defined for different purposes (e.g. drink reminder). You always
get a message after the value is set. This can be defined according to distance,
time or calories.
10.5.5 Bike settings
10.6.2 Waypoint alarm
Press the PLUS and MINUS buttons followed by the START button to select
between the settings 40 m, 80 m or 120 m.
Here you can make your bike settings:
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Wheel size
Bike weight
Bike type
Auto wheel size
10.7 User
Enter your data here to optimise calculations, such as calories or power.
10.5.6 Calculation of average values
10.8 Gender
Here you have the possibility to adjust the average calculation of power and
cadence according to your needs - with or without consideration of the zero
values.
To load the appropriate segments in Strava, you must choose between
male or female.
10.9 Firmware update
10.5.7 Power zones
The ROX GPS 11.0 has 7 power zones that you can customise to your individual
needs. These will help you to evaluate the training better.
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The ROX GPS 11.0 can be updated. If a new firmware version is available,
you will be informed via the DATA CENTER. Follow the steps as described in
the DATA CENTER.
ATTENTION
Back up all your data BEFOREHAND. With a firmware update, all data will be lost
and CANNOT be restored!
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10.10 Restoring factory settings
Average speed downhill
If you want your ROX GPS 11.0 to be reset to the original state, select this item
and follow the directions.
Maximum rate of descent
ATTENTION
By doing this, all values will be lost and CANNOT be restored!
Maximum slope downhill
Average rate of descent
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Average slope downhill
GPS Accuracy
Battery capacity (in %)
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Function overview
Time to destination
Estimated time of arrival
Dist. to destination
Speed
Drive direction
Average speed
Track view
Maximum speed
Number of automatic laps
Distance
Time in automatic lap
Training time
Distance in automatic lap
Duration
Average speed in automatic lap
Calories
Maximum speed in automatic lap
Clock
Calories in automatic lap
Date
Average altitude in automatic lap
Temperature
Maximum altitude in automatic lap
Minimum temperature
Elevation gain in automatic lap
Maximum temperature
Elevation loss in automatic lap
Altitude
Average incline in automatic lap
Incline in %
Average downward slope in automatic lap
Rate of ascent in m/min
Average rate of ascent in automatic lap
Altitude profile graph
Average rate of descent in automatic lap
Altitude uphill
Lap count
Maximum altitude
Lap time
Distance downhill
Lap distance
Training time uphill
Average lap speed
Average speed uphill
Max. lap speed
Average rate of ascent
Calories in lap
Maximum rate of ascent
Average lap altitude
Average incline uphill
Maximum lap altitude
Maximum incline uphill
Altitude gain in lap
Altitude downhill
Altitude loss in lap
Distance downhill
Average ascent in lap
Training time downhill
Average descent in lap
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Average power
Average descent rate in lap
3 sec - Average power
Average lap balance
10 sec - Average power
Average lap power
30 sec - Average power
Average power in the last lap
Intensity Factor® (IF)
Maximum lap power
Maximum power
NP in lap
Power in KJ
NP in the last lap
Normalized Power® (NP)
Average lap cadence
Training Stress Score® (TSS)
Max. lap cadence
Watt/kg power ratio
Average heart rate in lap
Power zones
Maximum heart rate in lap
Torque effectiveness (--% / --%)
Pedalling time in lap
Power target zone
Pedalling index in lap
Di2 battery status
Lap list
Expansion
Average balance in automatic lap
Di2 Front gear
Average power in automatic lap
Di2 Gear ratio
Average power in the last automatic lap
Di2 Gears
Maximum power in automatic lap
Di2 Rear gear
NP in automatic lap
Heart rate
NP in last automatic lap
Average heart rate
Average cadence in automatic lap
Maximum Heart rate
Maximum cadence in automatic lap
Minimum heart rate
Average heart rate in automatic lap
% HR max.
Maximum heart rate in automatic lap
Average % of HR max.
Pedalling time in automatic lap
Zone graphs (HR/CAD/SPD)
Pedalling index in automatic lap
Intensity zones
Auto-lap list
HR graph
Pedalling time
Cadence
Pedalling index
Average cadence
Balance
Maximum cadence
3 sec - Average balance
Average expansion
10 sec - Average balance
Average expansion uphill
30 sec - Average balance
Average expansion downhill
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Average ascent rate in lap
Average balance
Pedal smoothness
Power
Power in % FTP
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Technical data
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12.1 Memory
Training memory
Up to 1000 h
Tracks
100 (up to 40,000 track points)
Waypoints
1000
Strava segments
100
Workouts
100
Autom. lap/lap
5000
12.2 Ambient temperature
Guarantee, Warranty,
Legal Disclaimer
We are liable to our contracting partners for defects in line with legal provisions.
The warranty does not extend to batteries. In the event of a warranty claim,
please contact the retailer from whom you purchased your bike computer.
You can send your bike computer with proof of purchase and all accessory parts
to the following address. Please ensure you pay sufficient postage.
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SIGMA-ELEKTRO GmbH
Dr.-Julius-Leber-Strasse 15
D-67433 Neustadt/Weinstrasse
Service tel. +49-(0)6321-9120-140
Email: kundenservice@sigmasport.com
If you have made a valid warranty claim, you will receive a replacement device.
You will only be entitled to the model available at the time of replacement.
The manufacturer retains the right to make technical modifications.
Ambient temperature +60°C/-10°C
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Notes
13.1 Water resistance of the
ROX GPS 11.0
The ROX GPS 11.0 is waterproof according to IPX7 standard. It can be used in
the rain without any risk of damage. The buttons can be pressed.
13.2 Training instruction
Consult your physician before starting training to avoid health risks.
This particularly applies if you suffer from any underlying cardiovascular diseases.
If you wear a pacemaker, always check with your physician that this is compatible
with our systems before using them!
Batteries must not be disposed of in
household waste (European Battery
Law)! Please take the batteries to
an official collection point or to the
retailer for disposal.
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LI =
Lithium Ionen
Electronic devices must not be
disposed of in household waste.
Please take the device to an official
waste collection point or to the
retailer.
Before disposal, all relevant
personal data must be deleted
from the device.
The CE declaration can be found at: www.sigmasport.com
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Industry Canada statement
This device complies with ISED’s licence-exempt RSSs. 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.
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 of
the following measures:
Le présent appareil est conforme aux CNR d’ ISED applicables aux appareils
radio exempts de licence. L’exploitation est autorisée aux deux conditions
suivantes :
(1) le dispositif ne doit pas produire de brouillage préjudiciable, et
(2) ce dispositif doit accepter tout brouillage reçu, y compris un brouillage
susceptible de provoquer un fonctionnement indésirable.
−− Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
−− Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
−− Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that
to which the receiver is connected.
−− Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
FCC Caution:
Any changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible
for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate this equipment. This
transmitter must not be co-located or operating in conjunction with any other
antenna or transmitter.
Radiation Exposure Statement:
The product comply with the FCC portable RF exposure limit set forth for an
uncontrolled environment and are safe for intended operation as described in
this manual. The further RF exposure reduction can be achieved if the product
can be kept as far as possible from the user body or set the device to lower
output power if such function is available.
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EN
Federal Communication Commission Interference Statement
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.
Do not disassemble, modify or repair this product, as this may cause a fire,
electric shock or product damage. Any modification will void the warranty of
this product.
Ne pas démonter, modifier ni réparer ce produit, car cela pourrait provoquer
un feu, un choc électrique ou un dommage produit. Toute modification
annulera la garantie de ce produit.
This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian
CAN ICES-3 (B)/NMB-3 (B).
Cet appareil digital de classe B est homologué CAN ICES-3 (B)/NMB-3 (B)
pour le Canada.
Radiation Exposure Statement:
The product comply with the Canada portable RF exposure limit set forth for
an uncontrolled environment and are safe for intended operation as described
in this manual. The further RF exposure reduction can be achieved if the
product can be kept as far as possible from the user body or set the device to
lower output power if such function is available.
Déclaration d’exposition aux radiations:
Le produit est conforme aux limites d’exposition pour les appareils portables
RF pour les Etats-Unis et le Canada établies pour un environnement non
contrôlé. Le produit est sûr pour un fonctionnement tel que décrit dans ce
manuel. La réduction aux expositions RF peut être augmentée si l’appareil
peut être conservé aussi loin que possible du corps de l’utilisateur ou que le
dispositif est réglé sur la puissance de sortie la plus faible si une telle fonction
est disponible.
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ROX GPS 11.0
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D-67433 Neustadt/Weinstraße
Tel. + 49 (0) 63 21-9120-0
Fax. + 49 (0) 63 21-9120-34
E-mail:info@sigmasport.com
SIGMA SPORT USA
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St. Charles, IL 60174, U.S.A.
Tel. +1 630-761-1106
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4F, No.192, Zhonggong 2nd Rd.,
Xitun Dist., Taichung City 407, Taiwan
Tel. +886-4- 2358 3070
Fax. +886-4- 2358 7830
www.sigmasport.com
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