CC-RD200 ENG v6

CC-RD200 ENG v6
ENG
CATEYE STRADA CADENCE
U.S. Pat. Nos. 5236759/6957926 Pat./Design Pat. Pending
Copyright© 2011 CATEYE Co., Ltd.
CCRD20-110930 066600522 6
CYCLOCOMPUTER CC-RD200
Before using the computer, please thoroughly read this manual and keep it for
future reference.
How to install the unit on your bicycle
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WARNING / CAUTION
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Do not concentrate on the computer while riding. Ride safely!
Install the magnet, sensor, and bracket securely. Check these periodically.
If a child swallows a battery, consult a doctor immediately.
Do not leave the computer in direct sunlight for unnecessary or extended periods.
Do not disassemble the computer.
Do not drop the computer. Doing so may result in a computer malfunction or damage.
When using the computer installed on the bracket, change the MODE by pressing on the three dots
below the screen. Pressing hard on other areas can result in malfunction or damage to the computer.
Never place the computer on a metal surface. If you do, the contact points will conduct
electricity, discharging the battery.
Tighten the dial on the Flex-Tight bracket by hand only. Over-tightening can damage the bracket
threads.
When cleaning the computer, bracket and sensor, do not use thinners, benzene, or alcohol.
Dispose of used batteries according to local regulations.
LCD screen may be distorted when viewed through polarized sunglass lenses.
1 Bracket band
2 Bracket
3 Nut
4 Speed sensor
5 Cadence sensor
6 Wheel magnet
7 Cadence magnet
8 Sensor rubber pad
9 Bracket rubber pad
0 Nylon ties (x10)
6
7
1
3
8
4
5
0
9
Install the sensor and magnet :
A
The magnet should pass
through the sensor line.
The clearance between the sensor surface
and the magnet must not exceed 3 mm.
B
AC
Battery case cover When the computer is
mounted on the bracket
MENU
Contact
Push!
MODE
: Speed unit
: Wheel size icon
all data (initialization)
1 Clear
Press the AC button on the back.
AC
the desired speed units
2 Select
Select “
” or “
”.
km/h ↔ mph
MODE
MENU
Register
the setting
the tire circumference
3 Enter
Enter the tire circumference of your bicycle in
mm.
* Refer to the tire circumference reference table.
Increase
MODE
Move digits
Register
(by pressing
the
MENU
&
holding)
setting
MODE
the clock
4 Set
When MODE is pressed and held, “Displayed time”,
“Hour”, and “Minute” will appear, in this order.
24h ↔
12h, or
MODE increase
the value
Switch the
screen or
move digits
MODE
(by pressing
& holding)
MENU
Register
the setting
(finish)
Tire circumference
reference table
Tire size
12 x 1.75
14 x 1.50
14 x 1.75
16 x 1.50
16 x 1.75
18 x 1.50
18 x 1.75
20 x 1.75
20 x 1-3/8
22 x 1-3/8
22 x 1-1/2
24 x 1
24 x 3/4 Tubular
24 x 1-1/8
24 x 1-1/4
24 x 1.75
24 x 2.00
24 x 2.125
26 x 7/8
26 x 1(59)
26 x 1(65)
26 x 1.25
26 x 1-1/8
26 x 1-3/8
26 x 1-1/2
26 x 1.40
26 x 1.50
26 x 1.75
26 x 1.95
26 x 2.00
26 x 2.10
26 x 2.125
26 x 2.35
26 x 3.00
27 x 1
27 x 1-1/8
27 x 1-1/4
27 x 1-3/8
650 x 20C
650 x 23C
650 x 35A
650 x 38A
650 x 38B
700 x 18C
700 x 19C
700 x 20C
700 x 23C
700 x 25C
700 x 28C
700 x 30C
700 x 32C
700C Tubular
700 x 35C
700 x 38C
700 x 40C
29 x 2.1
29 x 2.3
3m
m
Sensor
Preparing the computer
Magnet
L (mm)
935
1020
1055
1185
1195
1340
1350
1515
1615
1770
1785
1753
1785
1795
1905
1890
1925
1965
1920
1913
1952
1953
1970
2068
2100
2005
2010
2023
2050
2055
2068
2070
2083
2170
2145
2155
2161
2169
1938
1944
2090
2125
2105
2070
2080
2086
2096
2105
2136
2146
2155
2130
2168
2180
2200
2288
2326
Magnet
Sensor line
Sensor
1
* When installing cadence sensor 5, insert
the sensor rubber pad 8 if necessary.
Install the speed sensor and wheel magnet
4
Pull
securely
0
Rear wheel spoke
6
Toward the sensor line
Left Chain Stay (Inside)
2
Install the cadence sensor and cadence magnet
5
0
Pull
securely
Left crank (Inside)
0
7
Toward the sensor line
Left Chain Stay (Outside)
3
Route the cable
Pull securely
Use the nylon tie 0 to secure
the cable on the frame. Wind
the cable on the rear brake cable
as shown.
0
Caution:
Turn the handlebar to make
sure wire does not hinder full
rotation.
4
6
5
7
5 4
Attach the bracket to the stem or handlebar
When attaching the bracket to the stem
Stem
9
Measure wheel circumference (L) of your bike
To get the most accurate calibration do a wheel roll out.
With the valve stem perpendicular to the ground, mark
the pavement at the valve stem. With the riders weight on
the bike, roll the wheel one tire revolution in a straight
line and mark the ground when the valve stem is
perpendicular to the ground again. Measure the distance
in millimeters. This is the most accurate wheel calibration
number.
2
Cut
1
Caution:
Tighten the bracket, ensuring that the cable
does not get caught in the stem.
When attaching the bracket to the handlebar
L mm
9
1
Caution:
Round off the cut edge
of the bracket band to
prevent injury.
Handlebar
2
3
Caution:
Tighten the bracket, ensuring that the cable does not get caught in the handlebar.
* For wing type handlebar or oversized stem,
5 Remove/install the computer
bracket can be mounted using the Bracket
While supporting it by hand,
Holder and nylon ties. (Option)
Click
2
push it out as if lifting the front up
* After installation, check that the speed sensor and cadence sensor are functioning properly.
In the case of the speed sensor, lift the rear wheel off the ground and spin the wheel to
check the speed is displayed.
In the case of the cadence sensor, press MODE to display C (cadence) on the mode screen.
Rotate the crank in the non driving direction and check cadence is displayed.
If the speed is not displayed, check that conditions A and B are satisfied.
CC-RD200
Operating the computer [Measuring screen]
Tm Elapsed Time
Indicates whether the current
speed is faster ( ) or slower ( )
than the average speed.
0:00’00” - 9:59’59”
C Cadence
Current speed
0.0(4.0) - 200.0 km
[0.0(3.0) - 125.0 mph]
0(20) - 299 rpm
Dst Trip Distance
Dst 2 Trip Distance-2
*1
Starting/Stopping measurement
0.00 - 999.99 /
1000.0 - 9999.9 km [mile]
Measurements occur automatically
when the bicycle is in use. During
measurement,
or
flashes.
Av Average Speed*2
Switching computer function
0.0 - 200.0 km/h
[0.0 - 125.0 mph]
Pressing MODE switches function,
in order, as shown on the left.
Mx Maximum Speed
Resetting data
0.0(4.0) - 200.0 km/h
[0.0(3.0) - 125.0 mph]
Odo Total Distance
0.0 - 9999.9 /
10000 - 99999 km [mile]
To reset measurement data, display
any data other than for Dst-2 and then
press and hold MODE. Pressing and
holding MODE with Dst-2 displayed
resets Dst-2 only.
The total distance is never reset.
Power-saving function
Clock
0:00 - 23:59
or 1:00 - 12:59
*1 With the computer installed on the bracket,
press on the three raised dots on the face of
the computer.
*2 If Tm exceeds approximately 27 hours or
DST exceeds 999.99 km, .E (Error) is
displayed as the average speed. Reset data.
MODE does not work when the computer is mounted on its bracket.
Check that there is no dirt between the bracket and the computer.
Wash off the bracket with water to get rid of any dirt, and to ensure that the computer slides in and out smoothly.
Speed (Cadence) are not displayed. (Touch a metal item against two contact points of The contacts to be shortthe computer several times to create a short circuit while observing the display. If a circuited intermittently are
numeric value appears, this signifies that the computer is functioning normally.)
located on the back.
Is the clearance between the sensor and magnet too great? (must be ≤ 3 mm)
Does the magnet pass through the sensor line?
Adjust the positions of the magnet and sensor.
Selected Mode
0.00 - 999.99 km [mile]
MODE
Troubleshooting
Pace arrow
If the computer has not received
any signal for an hour, powersaving mode will activate and only
the clock will be displayed.
Alternatively, if the sensor detects a
signal or MODE is pressed, the main
display reappears.
Speed
Cadence
Is there any foreign matter (which would prevent a clean contact) on the contact points of the computer and/or
bracket?
Clean the contact points.
Check that no wire cable is worn or broken. Even with a normal appearance, it may be that a wire cable could be
broken internally. Replace the bracket sensor set.
No display.
Is battery in the computer run down?
Replace it. Then reinitialize the computer referring to “Preparing the computer”.
Incorrect data appear.
Reinitialize the computer referring to “Preparing the computer”.
Specification
Battery ...................................... Lithium battery (CR1620) x 1
Battery life ................................ Approx. 2 years (Using the battery one hour a day; the battery life will vary with the
conditions of use.)
Controller .................................. 4-bite, 1-chip microcomputer (Crystal controlled oscillator)
Display ...................................... Liquid crystal display
Sensor ...................................... No contact magnetic sensor
Wheel circumference range ..... 0100 mm - 3999 mm (Default figure A: 2096 mm, B: 2096 mm)
Working temperature ............... 32 °F - 104 °F (0 °C - 40 °C) (This product will not display appropriately when exceeding the
Working Temperature range. Slow response or black LCD at lower or higher temperature
may happen respectively.)
Dimensions/weight ................... 1-53/64” x 1-7/32” x 19/32” (46.5 x 31 x 15 mm) / 0.63 oz (18 g)
* The factory-loaded battery life might be shorter than the above-mentioned specification.
* The specifications and design are subject to change without notice.
Standard parts
Optional parts
#160-2090N
#160-0280N
#160-2093
#160-2770
Parts kit
Braket band
Braket/Sensor
Bracket holder
Changing the computer settings [menu screen]
MENU
To bring up the menu screen, press MENU in any mode. Each time MODE is
pressed, the relevant menu screen appears. Pressing and holding MODE
changes the setting of the displayed menu.
#169-9691N
#169-9766
#169-6180
Wheel magnet
Cadence magnet
Lithium battery
(CR1620)
MODE
LIMITED WARRANTY
MODE
Wheel
selection
MODE
Wheel size entry
MODE
Clock setting
MODE
Total distance
manual entry
Speed unit
Setting
change (by * After changing, be sure to press MENU to register the setting.
* If the menu screen is not touched for a minute, the Measuring
pressing &
screen reappears without data changes.
MODE
holding)
Wheel selection ..... Toggle between the specified wheel size (tire circumference)
and
. Use this function if the computer is to be shared
between two bicycles.
and
.
Pressing MODE toggles between
Wheel size entry .... Pressing MODE increases the value, and pressing and
holding MODE moves to the next digit.
, display
using “Wheel selection”.
* To enter the wheel size
Clock setting .......... To set the clock, refer to “Preparing the computer-4”.
Total distance manual entry
................................ Before reinitializing the computer, note the total distance. This
reading will later allow you to enter the total distance
manually. Pressing MODE increases the value, and pressing
and holding MODE moves to the next digit.
and
.
Speed unit .............. Pressing MODE toggles between
Maintenance
To clean the computer or accessories, use diluted neutral detergent on a soft cloth,
and wipe it off with a dry cloth.
Replacing the battery
If the display appears faded, replace the battery.
Install a new lithium battery (CR1620) with the (+)
side facing upward. Then reinitialize the computer
referring to “Preparing the computer”.
Close
Open
CO
IN
CR1620
2-Year Computer only
(Accessories/Bracket sensor 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 or 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.
CO.,LTD.
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 : [email protected]
URL :
http://www.cateye.com
[For US Customers]
CATEYE AMERICA, INC.
2825 Wilderness Place Suite 1200, Boulder CO80301-5494 USA
Phone : 303.443.4595
Toll Free : 800.5CATEYE
Fax :
303.473.0006
E-mail : [email protected]
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