Sena MOMENTUM EVO User Guide
SENA
MOMENTUM
EVO
MOTORCYCLE BLUETOOTH®
HELMET WITH MESH INTERCOM™
USER’S GUIDE
Version 1.0.1
ENGLISH
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1.
ABOUT THE Momentum EVO BLUETOOTH
HELMET WITH MESH INTERCOM™
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1.1 General Information
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1.2 Product Details
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1.3 Package Contents
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1.4 Ventilation
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1.4.1
How to Wear The Helmet
1.5 Face Shield
1.6 Wearing the Helmet
1.6.1 Putting on the Helmet
1.6.2 Removing the Helmet
1.7 Pre-Ride Helmet Inspection
1.7.1
1.7.2
1.7.3
2.
Checking the Exterior
Checking the Chinstrap
Checking the Face Shield
GETTING STARTED: BLUETOOTH SYSTEM
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2.1 Button Function
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2.2 Powering On and Off
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2.3 Charging
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2.4 Checking the Battery Level
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2.5 Volume Adjustment
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2.6 Downloadable Sena Software
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3.
2.6.1 Sena Device Manager
2.6.2 Sena App
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Pairing the Bluetooth System with
other Bluetooth Devices
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3.1 Mobile Phone
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3.2 Additional Mobile Phone, GPS, MP3 Players or
Sena SR10 Two-way Radio Adapter
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3.3 GPS Pairing
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3.4 Advanced Selective Pairing:
Hands-Free or A2DP Stereo
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3.4.1 Phone Selective Pairing — Hands-Free Profile
3.4.2 Media Selective Pairing — A2DP Profile
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MOBILE PHONE USAGE
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4.1 Making and Answering Calls
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4.2 Speed Dialing
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4.
5.
4.2.1 Assigning Speed Dial Presets
4.2.2 Using Speed Dial Presets
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STEREO MUSIC
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5.1 Bluetooth Stereo Music
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5.2 Music Sharing
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6.
Mesh Intercom
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6.1 What is Mesh Intercom?
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6.2 Mesh Intercom Mode (Default: Public Mode)
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6.2.1 Public Mode
6.2.2 Private Mode
6.2.3 Guest Mode (Default: Disable)
6.3 Using the Mesh in Private Mode
6.3.1
6.3.2
6.3.3
6.3.4
6.3.5
6.3.6
7.
Create and Invite Others to a Mesh
Join an Existing Mesh
Quit the Mesh
Toggle Public Mode / Private Mode
Toggle Public Mode / Guest Mode
Mic Enable/Disable (Default: Enable)
INTERCOM SETUP
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7.1 Intercom Pairing
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7.2 Two-Way Intercom
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7.3 Multi-Way Intercom
7.3.1
7.3.2
7.3.3
Starting a Three-Way Intercom Conference
Starting a Four-Way Intercom Conference
Ending Multi-Way Intercom
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7.4 Three-Way Conference Phone Call with
Intercom Users
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7.5 Group Intercom
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7.6 Mesh Intercom Conference with
Bluetooth Intercom Participant
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7.7 Universal Intercom
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8.
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USING THE FM RADIO
8.1 FM Radio On/Off
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8.2 Navigating Preset Stations
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8.3 Seek and Save Radio Stations
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8.4 Scan and Save Radio Stations
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8.5 Temporary Station Preset
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8.6 Region Selection
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9.
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Voice Command
10. FUNCTION PRIORITY AND FIRMWARE
UPGRADES
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10.1 Function Priority
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10.2 Firmware Upgrades
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11. CONFIGURATION SETTING
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11.1 Bluetooth Configuration Setting
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11.1.1 Remote Control Pairing
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11.2 Software Configuration Setting
11.2.1
11.2.2
11.2.3
11.2.4
11.2.5
11.2.6
11.2.7
11.2.8
Speed Dial
Audio Boost (Default: Disable)
Smart Volume Control (Default: Disable)
VOX Phone (Default: Enable)
VOX Intercom (Default: Disable)
VOX Sensitivity (Default: 3)
HD Intercom (Default: Enable)
Bluetooth Intercom Audio Multitasking
(Default: Disabled)
11.2.9 Intercom-Audio Overlay Sensitivity (Default: 3)
11.2.10Audio Overlay Volume Management
(Default: Disable)
11.2.11 Voice Prompts (Default: Enable)
11.2.12 Voice Command (Default: Enabled)
11.2.13 RDS AF Setting (Default: Disable)
11.2.14 FM Station Guide (Default: Enable)
11.2.15 Sidetone (Default: Disable)
11.2.16 Advanced Noise Control™ (Default: Enable)
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12. TROUBLESHOOTING
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12.1 Fault Reset
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12.2 Factory Reset
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13. MAINTENANCE AND CARE
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13.1 Outer Shell
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13.2 Inner Lining
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13.3 Storing the Helmet
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1. ABOUT THE Momentum EVO
BLUETOOTH HELMET WITH MESH
INTERCOM™
1.1
General Information
This product is a motorcycle helmet.
Do not use it for any other purpose than riding a motorcycle. If you use
the helmet for anything else, it may not provide sufficient protection in
an accident.
No helmet can protect the wearer against all possible impact
scenarios.
For maximum protection, the Momentum EVO Helmet must fit properly
on the head and its retention strap securely fastened under the chin.
With the retention system comfortably but firmly adjusted, the helmet
should allow sufficient peripheral vision when secured. If the helmet is
too large, it may move on your head while riding. If the helmet can be
removed when pulled from the back in an upward and forward direction,
it’s not fitted properly. This could cause the helmet to obstruct your
vision while riding or come off in an accident, resulting in personal injury
or death. Please refer to Section 1.6: “Wearing the Helmet” for more
details about properly securing and wearing your helmet.
The contents of this Momentum EVO Helmet User’s Guide are
subjected to change without notice. Its illustration may differ from the
actual product. The copyrights for the User’s Guide belong to Sena
Technologies, Inc. Reproduction or copying of the User’s Guide without
permission is strictly prohibited.
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1 ABOUT THE Momentum EVO BLUETOOTH HELMET WITH MESH INTERCOM™
1.2 Product Details
Outer Shell
Head Ventilation
Chin Ventilation
Bluetooth
System’s Buttons
Face Shield
Mesh Intercom Button
M
DC Power Charging &
Firmware Upgrade Port
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1.3 Package Contents
Momentum EVO Helmet
Helmet Pouch
Helmet Stand
USB Power & Data Cable
Pinlock®
WiFi Sync Cable
1.4 Ventilation
1.4.1 How to Wear The Helmet
Head Ventilation:
Open
Closed
Open
Closed
Chin Ventilation:
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1.5 Face Shield
The face shield is coated with an anti-scratch treatment. Removing and
installing the shield is quick and easy:
Removal
1. Lift the shield upward so that it is in the most open position.
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2. Release the locking mechanism by pulling it in the direction of the
arrow.
3. Firmly lift the shield away from the locking mechanism.
4. Repeat on the other side.
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3
Installation
1. Keep the locking mechanism open by pushing it in the direction of
the arrow.
2. Align and insert the shield guide into the locking mechanism as
shown.
3. Release the locking mechanism to lock the shield in place. Make sure
that the guide is locked properly into the helmet.
4. Repeat on the other side.
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1.6 Wearing the Helmet
1.6.1 Putting on the Helmet
1. Unfasten the chinstrap.
2. Gently pull the chinstrap outward and slide the helmet onto your
head.
3. Route the chinstrap under your chin, then thread it through both
D-Rings.
4. To fasten securely, thread chinstrap back through the D-Ring closest
to your neck, and pull.
Chinstrap
Thread chinstrap through the D-Rings
Note: A “chinstrap” is the nylon webbing that goes through the
D-Rings.
1.6.2 Removing the Helmet
1. Loosen the chinstrap by pulling the red tab attached to the D-Rings.
2. Pull the chinstrap out from within the D-rings.
3. Gently pull the padded chinstrap outward and slide the helmet off
your head.
Advice: Fastening the chinstrap after removing the helmet will help
avoid scratching surfaces it’s placed upon.
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1.7 Pre-Ride Helmet Inspection
1.7.1 Checking the Exterior
Check the helmet regularly for damage. Small, superficial scratches will
not impair the helmet’s protective qualities. In the case of more serious
damage (cracks, dents, flaking and cracking paint, etc.), the helmet
should no longer be used.
1.7.2 Checking the Chinstrap
1. Ensure that the chinstrap is properly routed under your chin.
2. To test the chinstrap tension, slip your index finger under the
chinstrap and pull. If the chinstrap is loose under the chin, it needs to
be tightened. If the chinstrap loosens when you pull on it, the helmet
is not properly fitted. Undo the chinstrap completely and try fastening
it again, then repeat the test.
3. If you are unable to fasten the chinstrap so that it fits firmly against
the chin, check that your helmet is still the right size for you.
Note: Repeat the test after each adjustment.
Caution: Never ride with the chinstrap unfastened or incorrectly
adjusted. The chinstrap should fit correctly and should not become
loose when pulled. The fastener is not correctly closed if the chinstrap
becomes loose when pulled.
1.7.3 Checking the Face Shield
Before every ride, clean the face shield, check that it functions properly
and that its surface is scratch- and crack-free. A malfunctioning, badly
scratched or dirty shield will considerably impair your vision and should
be replaced before riding.
Caution:
• A heavily scratched face shield considerably interferes with visibility
and should be replaced if necessary before riding.
• Stop riding if visibility is poor.
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2. GETTING STARTED:
BLUETOOTH SYSTEM
2.1 Button Function
Bluetooth System’s Buttons
Blue/Red/Green
LED Lights
Center
Button
(+) Button
Mesh Intercom
Button
(-) Button
2.2 Powering On and Off
Powering On
Powering Off
HOLD
=
1s
=
TAP
1x
2.3 Charging
Charging the Bluetooth System
DC Power Charging &
Firmware Upgrade Port
Depending upon the charging method, the Bluetooth system will be
fully charged in about 3 hours.
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Note:
• The Bluetooth system includes a Fast Charging feature which
allows it to charge quickly over a short period of time. For example,
a user can get 5 hours of talk time after charging the headset for 20
minutes.
• Please make sure to take off your helmet while charging. The
Bluetooth system automatically turns off during charging.
• Any 3rd party USB charger can be used with Sena products if the
charger is approved by either the FCC, CE, IC or other locally
approved agencies that Sena accepts.
• The Bluetooth system is compatible with 5 V input USB-charged
devices only.
2.4 Checking the Battery Level
Visual Method
=
=
Audible Method
HOLD
1s
=
HOLD
3s
“Battery level
high/medium/low”
high
=
MEDium
=
LOW
Note:
1. The battery performance may be reduced over time with usage.
2. Battery life may vary depending on conditions, environmental
factors, functions of the product in use, and devices used with it.
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2.5 Volume Adjustment
Volume is set and maintained independently at different levels for each
audio source (i.e. phone, intercom), even when the Bluetooth system is
rebooted.
Volume down
Volume up
=
TAP
1x
=
TAP
1x
2.6 Downloadable Sena Software
2.6.1 Sena Device Manager
You can upgrade the Bluetooth system’s firmware and configure its
settings directly from your PC or Apple computer.
Click Here to Visit sena.com
2.6.2 Sena App
You can configure its settings directly from your smartphone. Download
the Sena App for Android or Apple operating systems from sena.com.
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3. Pairing the Bluetooth System
with other Bluetooth Devices
The pairing operation is required only once for each Bluetooth device.
The Bluetooth system can also be paired with up to three other Sena
headsets.
Pairs with up to three Sena
Headsets
Also pairs with:
Mobile
Phone
MP3
Player
GPS
Devices
Sena
SR10
3.1 Mobile Phone
1. Execute Phone Pairing in the Bluetooth System Configuration
Menu.
=
HOLD
10s
=
TAP
1x
2. With your mobile phone in Bluetooth-pairing mode, select
Momentum EVO in the list of devices detected.
3. If your mobile phone asks for a PIN, enter 0000.
3.2 Additional Mobile Phone, GPS, MP3 Players or
Sena SR10 Two-way Radio Adapter
1. Execute Second Mobile Phone Pairing in the Bluetooth System
Configuration Menu.
=
HOLD
10s
=
TAP
2x
2. With your mobile phone in Bluetooth-pairing mode, select
Momentum EVO in the list of devices detected.
3. If your mobile phone asks for a PIN, enter 0000.
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3.3 GPS Pairing
1. Execute GPS Pairing in the Bluetooth System Configuration Menu.
=
HOLD
10s
=
TAP
3x
2. With your Bluetooth device on the GPS navigation screen, select
Momentum EVO in the list of devices detected.
3. If your Bluetooth device asks for a PIN, enter 0000.
3.4 Advanced Selective Pairing:
Hands-Free or A2DP Stereo
Phone Pairing allows the Bluetooth system to establish two Bluetooth
profiles: Hands-Free or A2DP Stereo. Advanced Selective Pairing
allows the Bluetooth system to separate the profiles to enable
connection with two devices.
3.4.1 Phone Selective Pairing — Hands-Free Profile
1. Execute Phone Selective Pairing in the Bluetooth System
Configuration Menu.
=
HOLD
10s
=
TAP
4x
2. With your hands-free device in Bluetooth-pairing mode, select
Momentum EVO in the list of devices detected.
3. If it asks for a PIN, enter 0000.
3.4.2 Media Selective Pairing — A2DP Profile
1. Execute Media Selective Pairing in the Bluetooth System
Configuration Menu.
=
HOLD
10s
=
TAP
5x
2. With your A2DP device in Bluetooth-pairing mode, select Momentum
EVO in the list of devices detected.
3. If it asks for a PIN, enter 0000.
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4. MOBILE PHONE USAGE
4.1 Making and Answering Calls
Answer a Call
=
End/Reject a Call
TAP
=
1x
HOLD
2s
Make a Call with Voice Dialer
=
HOLD
3s
Note: If you have a GPS device connected, you will not hear its voice
navigations during a phone call.
4.2 Speed Dialing
4.2.1 Assigning Speed Dial Presets
Speed Dial Presets could be assigned in the settings menu, accessible
through Sena Device Manager or Sena App.
4.2.2 Using Speed Dial Presets
Enter Speed Dial Mode
=
HOLD
3s
Redial Last Number
=
TAP
1x
Navigate through Speed Dial
Preset Numbers
TAP
=
1x
=
TAP
1x
Call a Speed Dial Preset Number
=
TAP
1x
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5. STEREO MUSIC
5.1 Bluetooth Stereo Music
Play/Pause Music
=
Volume Up/Down
HOLD
1s
Next Track
=
=
or
TAP
1x
Previous Track
HOLD
1s
=
HOLD
1s
5.2 Music Sharing
You can start sharing music with an intercom friend using Bluetooth
stereo music during a two-way intercom conversation.
=
HOLD
1s
Note: Both you and your intercom friend can remotely control music
playback such as track forward and track back.
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6. Mesh Intercom
6.1 What is Mesh Intercom?
Mesh Intercom is an adaptive and autonomous intercom technology
developed by Sena which features self-organizing, self-healing, selfoptimizing, and multi-hopping group communication. Mesh Intercom
allows riders to connect and communicate with nearby users without the
need to pair each headset together.
Starting Mesh Intercom
When Mesh Intercom is enabled, the headset will automatically
connect to nearby Momentum EVO users and allow them to talk to each
other by pressing the Mesh Intercom Button.
Mesh Intercom On
=
TAP
1x
“Mesh intercom on”
Mesh Intercom Off
=
TAP
1x
“Mesh intercom off”
6.2 Mesh Intercom Mode (Default: Public Mode)
6.2.1 Public Mode
When Mesh Intercom is enabled, the Bluetooth system will be in Public
Mode initially. It can connect with a virtually unlimited number of nearby
Momentum EVO helmets within a 1.6 km (1.0 mile) range. Within this
group, 6 users can talk at the same time for an optimized, open group
intercom conversation. Users can freely connect with each other when in
Public Mode. The audio quality of the intercom conversation will be the
best when communicating using Public Mode. The Bluetooth system
will not save the connection information from any of the Bluetooth
systems that it is connected to for future open group intercom
conversations when in Public Mode.
Note: Public Mode is recommended for beginners since it is the
easiest way to have a group intercom communication.
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Channel Setting in Public Mode
If the Public Mode intercom communication experiences interference
because other groups are also using Public Mode, change the Public
Mode channel. You can change the Public Mode channel in the Sena
App.
Note: The Public Mode channel will be remembered even if you turn
off the headset or change the mode to Private.
Mesh Intercom in Public Mode
Approx. 1.0 Mile
• 6 people talk at the same time while a virtually limitless number of
participants listen when they are within range.
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6.2.2 Private Mode
Mesh
A Mesh is a closed network of headsets where participants can leave,
join or rejoin a group intercom conversation without affecting the
connection between each of the headsets. For a closed intercom
conversation using Mesh Intercom, a Mesh needs to be created by a
user. When a user creates a Mesh, the headset automatically switches
from Public Mode to Private Mode.
Mesh Intercom in Private Mode
sh
Me
Up
s
ile
M
2
1.
Creator
to
Participant
Max. 5.0 Miles
• Max. participants : 15 participants + 1 creator
• 6 people talk at the same time.
Private Mode
When the headset is in Private Mode, it can connect with up to 15
other Momentum EVO headsets. The range between each headset in
Private Mode can be up to 2.0 km (1.2 miles). The Mesh can extend up
to 8.0 km (5.0 miles) head-to-tail during a closed intercom conversation.
Within this group, 6 users can talk at the same time for an optimized
closed group conversation. The audio quality when communicating in
a Mesh automatically adjusts according to the number of participants.
When connected together in a Mesh, the headset will automatically
save the connection information from all of the other headsets that it
has connected to for future Mesh Intercom group communication.
Note: The members of a Mesh in Private Mode cannot listen to
conversation from others who are communicating using Public Mode.
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6.2.3 Guest Mode (Default: Disable)
A Guest Mode setting can be found in the settings menu, accessible
through Sena Device Manager or Sena App.
Guest Mode allows a guest to listen to a Mesh conversation from a
group communicating through Private Mode. The creator of the Mesh
needs to enable Guest Mode before creating the Mesh to allow guests.
Guest Mode can be enabled when the guest is in Public Mode and the
Mesh Network connection information has been removed. The guest
needs to be within range of the Mesh that is using Private Mode to
listen to the Mesh conversation.
Note: When the creator enables Guest Mode, a virtually unlimited
number of guests can connect to a Mesh.
Guests in Mesh Intercom
sh
Me
Up
s
ile
M
2
1.
Creator
to
Participant
Guest
Max. 5.0 Miles
• Limitless guests only listen to Mesh conversation within “Mesh”
range.
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6.3 Using the Mesh in Private Mode
6.3.1 Create and Invite Others to a Mesh
A user can create a Mesh so that they can invite nearby Momentum
EVO headsets to join in a closed intercom conversation.
Create Mesh
[Creator]
=
HOLD
5s
“Creating mesh”
Users within range and in Public Mode can accept the invitation sent
by the creator of the Mesh to join a closed intercom conversation after
hearing the voice prompt “Would you like to join a mesh?”
Note: Only users on the same channel can hear the Private Mesh
invitation voice prompt.
Accept Invitation During Mesh Creation
[Participant]
“Would like to
join a mesh?”
=
TAP
1x
“Joined the mesh”
Note: A user can join the Mesh within 30 seconds after hearing the
invitation voice prompt.
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Reject Invitation During Mesh Creation
[Participant]
“Would like to
join a mesh?”
=
HOLD
1s
[Participant]
“Request rejected”
6.3.2 Join an Existing Mesh
Users can request to join the closed Mesh if they were not invited, did
not accept or reject the invitation from the creator.
Join an Existing Mesh
[Participant]
=
TAP
2x
“Searching for Mesh”
[Creator]
“Would you like to add
a new participant?”
The creator of the Mesh can accept the request for a user to join the
closed intercom.
Note: A user who wants to join Mesh needs to be in Public Mode
and not have any stored Mesh connection information. If he has any
Mesh connection information, he needs to quit the Mesh.
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Accept a participant
[Creator]
=
TAP
1x
[Participant]
“Joined the mesh”
The creator of the Mesh can reject the request for a user to join the
closed intercom.
Reject a participant
[Creator]
=
HOLD
1s
[Participant]
“Request rejected”
6.3.3 Quit the Mesh
Users that quit the Mesh will automatically return to Public Mode.
Quit the Mesh
=
HOLD
8s
“Quit the mesh”
Note: When a user quits the Mesh, the Bluetooth system will
automatically switch to Public Mode and the stored Mesh Network
information will be deleted.
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6.3.4 Toggle Public Mode / Private Mode
A user is able to toggle between Public Mode and Private Mode
without quitting the Mesh. This allows the user to keep the Mesh
Network connection information while in Public Mode. The user can
toggle to Private Mode to communicate with participants from the
stored Mesh Network information.
Toggle Between Public Mode and Private Mode
“Private Mode”
=
HOLD
3s
“Public Mode”
6.3.5 Toggle Public Mode / Guest Mode
A user not having any stored Mesh connection information is able to
toggle between Public Mode and Guest Mode. This allows a user to
only listen to a Mesh conversation from others who are communicating
in Private Mode without joining Mesh.
Toggle Between Public Mode and Guest Mode
“Guest Mode”
GUEST
=
HOLD
3s
“Public Mode”
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6.3.6 Mic Enable/Disable (Default: Enable)
Users can enable/disable the microphone when communicating in a
Mesh Intercom. This can be done in either Public Mode or Private
Mode.
Enable / Disable the Microphone
=
HOLD
1s
“Mic on / Mic off”
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7. INTERCOM SETUP
7.1
Intercom Pairing
Up to three other people can be paired with the helmet for Bluetooth
intercom conversations.
1. Press and hold the Center Button of two Bluetooth systems for
5 seconds until flashes red.
2. Tap the Center Button on either Bluetooth system and wait until the
LEDs of both turn blue.
Pairing with Intercom B
&
=
On Either One of the Devices
HOLD
or
5s
=
TAP
1x
3. Repeat steps 1 and 2 to pair with Intercom Friends C & D.
Last-Come, First-Served
YOU
Intercom
Friend 1
YOU
Intercom
Friend 1
Intercom
Friend 2
YOU
Intercom
Friend 1
Intercom
Friend 2
Intercom
Friend 3
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7.2 Two-Way Intercom
You can start or end an intercom conversation with an Intercom Friend
by tapping the Center Button.
Start/End Two-Way Intercom with Intercom Friend 1,2,3
TAP
=
1x
Intercom
Friend 1
TAP
=
TAP
=
2x
Intercom
Friend 2
3x
Intercom
Friend 3
7.3 Multi-Way Intercom
Multi-Way Intercom enables conference-call-style conversations
with up to three Intercom Friends at the same time. While MultiWay Intercom is in progress, mobile phone connection is temporarily
disconnected. However, as soon as Multi-Way Intercom terminates, the
mobile phone connection will be reestablished.
7.3.1 Starting a Three-Way Intercom Conference
You (A) can have a Three-Way intercom Conference with two other
Intercom Friends (B & C) by establishing two intercom connections
simultaneously.
1. You (A) need to be paired with two other Intercom Friends (B & C)
for three way conference intercom.
2. Start an intercom conversation with one of the two friends in your
intercom group.
3. You (A) can call the second Intercom friend (C) by double tapping
the Center Button, or the second Intercom friend (C) may join the
intercom by making an intercom call to you (A).
1
2
YOU
Intercom
Friend B
3
YOU
Intercom
Friend C
Intercom
Friend B
YOU
Intercom
Friend C
Intercom
Friend B
Intercom
Friend C
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7.3.2 Starting a Four-Way Intercom Conference
With three Intercom Friends connected, a new participant (D) can
make it a Four-Way Intercom Conference by making an intercom call
to either (B) or (C).
YOU
Intercom
Friend C
Intercom
Friend D
Intercom
Friend B
7.3.3 Ending Multi-Way Intercom
1. Press the Center Button for 1 second until you hear a beep to
terminate all intercom connections.
2. Tap the Center Button to disconnect from your first Intercom Friend.
Double tap the Center Button to disconnect from your second
Intercom Friend.
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7.4 Three-Way Conference Phone Call with
Intercom Users
You can have a Three-Way Conference Phone Call by adding an
Intercom Friend to the mobile phone conversation.
Invite an Intercom Friend into Phone Conference
=
TAP
1x
Disconnect the intercom during a conference phone call
=
TAP
1x
Disconnect the mobile phone call during a conference phone call
=
HOLD
2s
7.5 Group Intercom
Group Intercom allows you to instantly create a Multi-Way Conference
Intercom with three of the most recently paired headsets.
Go through intercom pairing with up to three people you want in the
Group Intercom.
Start Group Intercom
=
Terminate Group Intercom
TAP
1x
=
HOLD
1s
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7.6 Mesh Intercom Conference with
Bluetooth Intercom Participant
Users can use the existing Bluetooth Intercom and Mesh Intercom
function at the same time. In this case, it is recommended to
communicate with other Sena headsets via Bluetooth intercom
connection and use Mesh Intercom between Momentum EVO helmets.
A user who is in Public Mode or Private Mode when using Mesh
Intercom is able to include up to 3 of their Bluetooth intercom friends.
You can start a Two-Way Intercom conversation with one of your three
Intercom Friends to include them in the Mesh. Please refer to Section
7.2: “Two-Way Intercom” for more details. Or, you can use “Group
Intercom” to include all of your Bluetooth intercom friends in the Mesh.
Please refer to Section 7.5: “Group Intercom” for more details.
Note:
• The audio quality will be reduced if a Momentum EVO connects
to 2 or more Bluetooth intercom friends while in Public Mode or
Private Mode when using Mesh Intercom.
• If a closed loop is created, as shown below, each user will
experience severe noise issues. Sena recommends that a closed
loop not be created.
Sena Headset
Momentum EVO
Momentum EVO
Mesh Intercom
Bluetooth Intercom
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7.7
Universal Intercom
Universal Intercom allows you to have intercom conversations with
users of non-Sena Bluetooth headsets. You can pair the Bluetooth
system with only one non-Sena headset at a time. The intercom
distance depends on the performance of the Bluetooth headset to
which it’s connected. When a non-Sena Bluetooth headset is paired with
the Bluetooth system, if another Bluetooth device is paired via Second
Mobile Phone Pairing, it will be disconnected.
1. Access Universal Intercom in the Bluetooth System Configuration
Menu.
HOLD
=
10s
=
TAP
TAP
=
3x
1x
2. Put the non-Sena Bluetooth headset in Pairing Mode. The headset
will automatically pair with a non-Sena Bluetooth headset.
3. You can have Two-Way Intercom or Multi-Way Intercom
communication with up to three Intercom Friends using non-Sena
headsets by following the procedures described below.
Three-Way Universal Intercom
Four-Way Universal Intercom
YOU
Non-Sena
Headset
YOU
Sena
Headset
Non-Sena
Headset
Sena
Headset
Non-Sena
Headset
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8. USING THE FM RADIO
8.1 FM Radio On/Off
FM Radio On
FM Radio Off
HOLD
=
=
1s
HOLD
1s
8.2 Navigating Preset Stations
Navigate through Preset Stations
HOLD
=
1s
8.3 Seek and Save Radio Stations
Seek Stations Forward
TAP
=
2x
Seek Stations Backward
=
TAP
2x
Save Stations
1. Enter preset selection mode.
=
HOLD
3s
2. Navigate forward or backward through preset stations that you want
to store.
=
TAP
1x
=
TAP
1x
3. Save station to the preset number or delete station from memory.
=
HOLD
1s
=
HOLD
1s
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8.4 Scan and Save Radio Stations
Start Scanning
Stop Scanning
HOLD
=
=
1s
HOLD
1s
Save the Current Station
TAP
=
1x
The Sena tuner pauses at each station it finds for 8 seconds before
moving to the next.
Note: You can use the Sena Device Manager or the Sena App to
save the preset stations.
8.5 Temporary Station Preset
The Temporary Preset feature automatically finds and saves the nearest
10 radio stations without changing your existing preset stations. The
temporary preset stations will be cleared when the Bluetooth system
reboots.
TAP
=
3x
8.6 Region Selection
You can select the proper FM frequency range for your location from the
Sena Device Manager or the Sena App. Using the region setting, you
can optimize the seek function to avoid unnecessary frequency ranges.
Region
Frequency range
Step
Worldwide
76.0 ~ 108.0 MHz
± 100 kHz
North America,
South America and Australia
87.5 ~ 107.9 MHz
± 200 kHz
Asia and Europe
87.5 ~ 108.0 MHz
± 100 kHz
Japan
76.0 ~ 95.0 MHz
± 100 kHz
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9. Voice Command
The voice command of the Bluetooth system allows you to operate
certain operations by simply using your voice. You can control the
Bluetooth system completely handsfree using the voice recognition.
The voice command function works only with English commands.
Voice Command
TAP
=
1x
or
“Hello Sena”
Speak a voice command from the table below:
Mode Status
Standby /
Intercom
Standby /
Music /
FM Radio
Function
Voice Command
Start/End each Intercom
“Intercom [one, two, three]”
End all intercoms
“End intercom”
Call last intercom
“Last intercom”
Group intercom
“Group intercom”
Intercom pairing
“Pairing intercom”
Cancelling operations
“Cancel”
Play/Pause music
“Music” or “Stereo”
Turn on/off FM radio
“FM radio”
Check battery
“Check battery”
Speed dialing
“Speed dial [one, two, three]”
Redial the last call
“Redial”
Check connected devices
“Connected devices”
Configuration menus
“Configuration”
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9 Voice Command
Mode Status
Music /
FM Radio
Standby /
Mesh
Intercom
Function
Voice Command
Next track (music) / next
preset (FM radio)
“Next”
Previous track (music) /
previous preset (FM radio)
“Previous”
Stop music / FM radio
“Stop”
Mesh intercom On/Off
“Mesh intercom”
End the Bluetooth and
Mesh intercom
“End intercom”
Create a Mesh
“Create Mesh”
Quit the Mesh
“Quit Mesh”
Note:
• Voice command performance may vary based on the environmental
conditions including riding speed, helmet type and ambient
noise. To improve the performance, minimize wind noise on the
microphone by using a large microphone sponge and closing the
visor.
• To activate the voice command during intercom conversation, tap
the Center Button and (-) Button at the same time.
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10. FUNCTION PRIORITY AND
FIRMWARE UPGRADES
10.1 Function Priority
The Bluetooth system prioritizes connected devices in the following
order:
(highest)
Mobile phone
Mesh Intercom / Bluetooth Intercom
Music sharing via Bluetooth stereo
FM Radio
(lowest)
Bluetooth stereo music
A lower-priority function gets interrupted by a higher-priority function.
For example, stereo music will be interrupted by an Intercom
Conversation; an Intercom Conversation will be interrupted by an
incoming mobile phone call.
10.2 Firmware Upgrades
The Bluetooth system supports firmware upgrades. You can upgrade
the firmware using the Sena Device Manager. Please visit sena.com to
check for the latest software downloads.
Click Here to Visit sena.com
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11. CONFIGURATION SETTING
11.1 Bluetooth Configuration Setting
Accessing the Configuration
Menu
=
HOLD
10s
Navigating Between Menu
Options
TAP
=
1x
=
TAP
1x
Execute Menu Options
=
TAP
1x
Bluetooth System Configuration Menu
Voice Configuration Menu
Tap the Center Button
Phone Pairing
Execute
Second Mobile Phone Pairing
Execute
GPS Pairing
Execute
Phone Selective Pairing
Execute
Media Selective Pairing
Execute
Delete All Pairings
Execute
Remote Control Pairing
Execute
Universal Intercom Pairing
Execute
Factory Reset
Execute
Exit
Execute
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11 CONFIGURATION SETTING
11.1.1
Remote Control Pairing
You can remotely control the Bluetooth system using Sena Remote
Control devices (sold separately).
1. Turn on the headset and the Remote Control device.
2. Execute Remote Control Pairing.
3. Enter pairing mode in the Remote Control device. The headset will
automatically connect with the Remote Control device in pairing
mode.
11.2 Software Configuration Setting
You can change the settings of the headset through the Sena Device
Manager or the Sena App.
11.2.1 Speed Dial
Assign phone numbers for speed dialing to make a phone call quickly.
11.2.2 Audio Boost (Default: Disable)
Enabling Audio Boost increases the overall maximum volume. Disabling
Audio Boost reduces the overall maximum volume, but delivers more
balanced sound.
11.2.3 Smart Volume Control (Default: Disable)
Smart Volume Control automatically changes the level of the speaker
volume based on the level of the environmental noise. When it is
disabled, volume is controlled manually. You can enable the level
adjustment by setting the sensitivity to low, medium, or high. Smart
Volume Control responds to smaller environmental noises as the
sensitivity level becomes higher.
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11.2.4 VOX Phone (Default: Enable)
If this feature is enabled, you can answer incoming calls by voice. When
you hear a ringtone for an incoming call, you can answer the phone
by saying a word such as “Hello” loudly or by blowing air into the
microphone. VOX phone is temporarily disabled if you are connected to
intercom. If this feature is disabled, you have to tap the Center Button
to answer an incoming call.
11.2.5 VOX Intercom (Default: Disable)
If this feature is enabled, you can initiate an intercom conversation
with the last connected intercom friend by voice. When you want
to start intercom, say a word such as “Hello” loudly or blow air into
the microphone. If you start an intercom conversation by voice, the
intercom terminates automatically when you and your intercom friend
remain silent for 20 seconds. However, if you manually start an intercom
conversation by tapping the Center Button, you have to terminate the
intercom conversation manually.
However, if you start intercom by voice and end it manually by tapping
the Center Button, you will not be able to start intercom by voice
temporarily. In this case, you have to tap the Center Button to restart
the intercom. This is to prevent repeated unintentional intercom
connections by strong wind noise. After rebooting the headset, you can
start intercom by voice again.
11.2.6 VOX Sensitivity (Default: 3)
VOX sensitivity can be adjusted depending on your riding environment.
Level 5 is the highest sensitivity setting and 1 is the lowest.
11.2.7 HD Intercom (Default: Enable)
HD Intercom enhances the two-way intercom audio from normal quality
to HD quality. HD Intercom will become temporarily disabled when you
enter into a multi-way intercom. If this feature is disabled, the two-way
intercom audio will change to normal quality.
Note:
• The intercom distance of HD Intercom is relatively shorter than that
of normal intercom.
• HD intercom is active only when Audio Overlay is disabled.
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11.2.8 Bluetooth Intercom Audio Multitasking
(Default: Disabled)
Audio Multitasking allows you to have an intercom conversation while
simultaneously listening to music, FM radio, or GPS instructions. The
overlaid audio is played in the background with reduced volume
whenever there is an intercom conversation and will return to normal
volume once the conversation is finished. The Audio Multitasking
feature can be configured through the Intercom-Audio Overlay
Sensitivity and the Audio Overlay Volume Management settings.
Note:
1. The Mesh Intercom Audio Multitasking feature is always on.
2. For Bluetooth Intercom Audio Multitasking to work properly, you
need to power the headset off and on. Please restart the headset.
3. Bluetooth Intercom Audio Multitasking will be activated during
two-way intercom conversations with a headset that also supports
this feature.
4. HD Intercom will become disabled temporarily when Bluetooth
Intercom Audio Multitasking is enabled.
5. Some GPS devices may not support this feature.
11.2.9 Intercom-Audio Overlay Sensitivity (Default: 3)
The music, FM radio and GPS volume will be lowered to play in the
background if you talk over the intercom while the overlaid audio
is playing. You can adjust the intercom sensitivity to activate this
background audio mode. Level 1 has the lowest sensitivity and level 5
has the highest sensitivity.
Note: If your voice is not louder than the sensitivity of the selected
level, the overlaid audio will not be lowered.
11.2.10 Audio Overlay Volume Management (Default: Disable)
The music, FM radio and GPS overlaid audio reduces in volume
whenever there is an ongoing intercom conversation. If Audio Overlay
Volume Management is enabled, the volume level of the overlaid audio
will not be reduced during intercom conversation.
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11 CONFIGURATION SETTING
11.2.11 Voice Prompts (Default: Enable)
You can disable voice prompts by software configuration settings, but
the following voice prompts are always on.
- Headset configuration settings menu, battery level indicator, speed
dial, FM radio functions
11.2.12 Voice Command (Default: Enabled)
When Voice Command is enabled, you can use your voice to give a
command the Bluetooth system operate certain operations completely
handsfree. If Voice Command is disabled, you will need to operate all of
the functions using the buttons on the Bluetooth system.
11.2.13 RDS AF Setting (Default: Disable)
Radio Data System (RDS) Alternative Frequency (AF) Setting allows
a receiver to re-tune to the second frequency location when the first
signal becomes too weak. With RDS AF enabled on the receiver, a radio
station with more than one frequency can be used.
11.2.14 FM Station Guide (Default: Enable)
When FM Station Guide is enabled, FM station frequencies are given by
voice prompts as you select preset stations. When FM Station Guide is
disabled, the voice prompts on FM station frequencies will not be given
as you select preset stations.
11.2.15 Sidetone (Default: Disable)
Sidetone is audible feedback of your own voice. It helps you to naturally
speak at the correct level according to varying helmet noise conditions.
If this feature is enabled, you can hear what you are speaking during an
intercom conversation or a phone call.
11.2.16 Advanced Noise Control™ (Default: Enable)
When Advanced Noise Control is enabled, the background noise is
reduced during an intercom conversation. When it is disabled, the
background noise is mixed with your voice during intercom.
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12. TROUBLESHOOTING
12.1 Fault Reset
When the Bluetooth system is not working properly, you can easily reset
the unit:
1. Partially pull out the neck roll from the rear side of the helmet.
2. Locate the pinhole reset button as described below.
3. Gently insert a paperclip into the hole and tap the Fault Reset
Button with light pressure. The Bluetooth system will shut down.
Fault Reset
=
TAP
1x
Note: Fault Reset will not restore the Bluetooth system to factory
default settings.
12.2 Factory Reset
To erase all of your settings and start fresh, the system can be restored
to factory default settings using the factory reset.
HOLD
=
10s
=
TAP
=
TAP
2x
1x
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13. MAINTENANCE AND CARE
13.1 Outer Shell
Use a soft cloth and a small amount of water to remove bugs from the
exterior.
Note: Never use gasoline, diesel fuel, thinners or solvents to clean
the helmet. These substances can cause serious damage to the
helmet, even though the resulting damage may not be visible. The
full safety function of the helmet can then no longer be guaranteed.
13.2 Inner Lining
The inner lining of the helmet is completely removable. Its headliner can
be washed by hand using mild soap at a maximum temperature of 30°C
(86°F). Allow the lining to dry at room temperature.
13.3 Storing the Helmet
Store the helmet in a dry, dark, well-ventilated location, out of the reach
of children and animals. Always position the helmet so that it cannot
fall to the floor. Damage that occurs in this way is not covered by the
warranty.
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All rights reserved.
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Sena Technologies, Inc. reserves the right to make
any changes and improvements to its product without
providing prior notice.
Sena™ is a trademark of Sena Technologies, Inc. or its
subsidiaries in the USA and other countries. SF1™, SF2™,
SF4™, SFR™, SRL™,Momentum™, Momentum INC™,
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These trademarks may not be used without the express
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GoPro® is a registered trademark of Woodman Labs
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The Sena Bluetooth Pack for GoPro® is an aftermarket
accessory specially designed and manufactured by Sena
Technologies, Inc. for the GoPro® Hero3 and Hero4
allowing for Bluetooth capabilities.
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