Sena MOMENTUM EVO User Guide

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MOMENTUM
EVO
MOTORCYCLE BLUETOOTH®
HELMET WITH MESH INTERCOM™
USER’S GUIDE
ENGLISH
SENA
Version 2.0.1
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. ABOUT THE MOMEnTUM EVO BLUETOOTH
HELMET WITH MESH InTERCOM™ 6
1.1 General Information 6
1.2 Product Details 7
1.3 Package Contents 8
1.4 Ventilation 8
1.4.1 How to Wear The Helmet 8
1.5 Face Shield 9
1.6 Wearing the Helmet 10
1.6.1 Putting on the Helmet 10
1.6.2 Removing the Helmet 10
1.7 Pre-Ride Helmet Inspection 11
1.7.1 Checking the Exterior 11
1.7.2 Checking the Chinstrap 11
1.7.3 Checking the Face Shield 11
2. GETTInG STARTED: BLUETOOTH SYSTEM 12
2.1 Button Function 12
2.2 Downloadable Sena Software 12
2.2.1 Momentum EVO Utility App 12
2.2.2 Sena Device Manager 13
2.3 Powering On and Off 13
2.4 Charging 13
2.5 Checking the Battery Level 14
2.6 Volume Adjustment 14
3. PAIRInG THE BLUETOOTH SYSTEM WITH
OTHER
BLUETOOTH DEVICES 15
3.1 Phone Pairing 15
3.1.1 Pairing When the Momentum EVO is Turned Off 15
3.1.2 Pairing When the Momentum EVO is Turned On 15
3.2 Additional Mobile Phone, GPS, MP3 Players or
Sena SR10 Two-way Radio Adapter 16
TABLE OF CONTENTS CONTINUED3.3 Advanced Selective Pairing:
Hands-Free or A2DP Stereo 16
3.3.1 Phone Selective Pairing — Hands-Free Profile 16
3.3.2 Media Selective Pairing — A2DP Profile 16
3.4 GPS Pairing 17
4. MOBILE PHOnE USAGE 18
4.1 Making and Answering Calls 18
4.2 Speed Dialing 18
4.2.1 Assigning Speed Dial Presets 18
4.2.2 Using Speed Dial Presets 18
5. STEREO MUSIC 19
5.1 Bluetooth Stereo Music 19
5.2 Music Sharing 19
6. MESH InTERCOM 21
6.1 What is Mesh Intercom? 21
6.1.1 Open Mesh 22
6.1.2 Group Mesh 23
6.2 Starting Mesh Intercom 23
6.3 Using the Mesh in Open Mesh 24
6.3.1 Channel Setting (Default: channel 1) 24
6.4 Using Mesh in Group Mesh 25
6.4.1 Creating a Group Mesh 25
6.4.2 Joining an Existing Group Mesh 26
6.5 Reset Mesh 28
6.6 Toggling Open Mesh/Group Mesh 28
6.7 Enable/Disable Mic (Default: Enable) 28
7. InTERCOM SETUP 29
7.1 Intercom Pairing 29
TABLE OF CONTENTS CONTINUED7.2 Two-Way Intercom 30
7.3 Multi-Way Intercom 30
7.3.1 Starting a Three-Way Intercom Conference 30
7.3.2 Starting a Four-Way Intercom Conference 31
7.3.3 Ending Multi-Way Intercom 31
7.4 Three-Way Conference Phone Call with
Intercom Users 31
7.5 Group Intercom 32
7.6 Mesh Intercom Conference with
Bluetooth Intercom Participant 32
7.7 Universal Intercom 34
8. USInG THE FM RADIO 35
8.1 FM Radio On/Off 35
8.2 Navigating Preset Stations 35
8.3 Seek and Save Radio Stations 35
8.4 Scan and Save Radio Stations 36
8.5 Temporary Station Preset 36
8.6 Region Selection 36
9. VOICE COMMAnD 37
10. FUnCTIOn PRIORITY AnD FIRMWARE
UPGRADES 39
10.1 Function Priority 39
10.2 Firmware Upgrades 39
11. COnFIGURATIOn SETTInG 40
11.1 Bluetooth System Configuration Menu 40
11.1.1 Remote Control Pairing 41
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Key Features

  • Bluetooth 5.0 connectivity for stable and reliable connection
  • Mesh Intercom™ technology for group communication with up to 24 riders
  • Advanced Noise Control™ for clear and intelligible audio in noisy environments
  • Voice Command for hands-free control of the helmet's functions
  • Long battery life of up to 20 hours of talk time or 13 hours of mesh intercom time
  • Easy-to-use interface with large buttons and a clear LCD display
  • Built-in FM radio with RDS for real-time traffic and weather updates
  • Integrated sun visor for protection from the sun's glare

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Frequently Answers and Questions

How do I pair my Sena MOMENTUM EVO with my phone?
To pair your Sena MOMENTUM EVO with your phone, first make sure that both devices are turned on and in pairing mode. Then, open the Sena Utility App on your phone and select the MOMENTUM EVO from the list of available devices. Once the two devices are paired, you will be able to use the helmet's Bluetooth features, such as making and receiving phone calls, listening to music, and using voice commands.
How do I use the Mesh Intercom™ feature on my Sena MOMENTUM EVO?
To use the Mesh Intercom™ feature on your Sena MOMENTUM EVO, first make sure that the Mesh Intercom™ feature is enabled on all of the helmets in your group. Then, press the Mesh Intercom™ button on your helmet to start a mesh network. Once the mesh network is established, you will be able to communicate with the other riders in your group, even if you are out of range of each other's Bluetooth signals.
How do I charge the battery on my Sena MOMENTUM EVO?
To charge the battery on your Sena MOMENTUM EVO, connect the included USB power and data cable to the DC power charging port on the back of the helmet. Then, connect the other end of the cable to a USB power source, such as a computer or a wall outlet. The helmet's battery will typically take about 3 hours to fully charge.

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