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Pioneer SGX-CA600 User Manual

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User's Guide (for WEB)
Introduction
GPS cycle computer
Initial Setup
SGX-CA600
Basic Operations
Training
Using the Alert Notification Function
Using the Strava Live Segment Function
Using the Live Partner Function
Analyzing Log Data
Navigation
Pedaling Monitor
Bike and Sensor Settings
Advanced Settings
Linking with External Services
Frequently Asked Questions
Appendix
English

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   Summary of Contents for Pioneer SGX-CA600

  • Page 1 User's Guide (for WEB) Introduction GPS cycle computer Initial Setup SGX-CA600 Basic Operations Training Using the Alert Notification Function Using the Strava Live Segment Function Using the Live Partner Function Analyzing Log Data Navigation Pedaling Monitor Bike and Sensor Settings...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Contents Introduction ......6 Initial Setup ......36 • Checking Accessories ....6 • Performing the Initial Setup by • Part Names and Functions ..7 Operating the Device ....37 – Front view ........ 7 • Configuring the Settings in the –...
  • Page 3 • Uploading Log Data ....68 – Types of Threshold Training... 121 – About Cyclo-Sphere ....68 – Setting the MMP ....122 – Uploading via Wi-Fi ....69 • Automatically Switching to the – Uploading Using a PC ... 80 Screen That Matches the Training –...
  • Page 4 Using the Live Partner • Selecting a Course ....194 – Selecting from the Transfer Function ......159 Folder ........194 • Coach and Partner Configuration – Selecting from past Log Patterns ......... 159 Data........197 – Coach and Partner – Checking a Course ....200 Communication Distance ..
  • Page 5 • Di2 Remote Switch Setting ..268 • Q: The vectors of the pedaling • Speed Priority Level Settings ... 270 graph are not displayed. Is there a • GPS Setup ......273 problem with the display?..330 • Display Settings ..... 275 •...
  • Page 6: Introduction

    Introduction Checking Accessories This product contains the following parts. ! Main unit ! Bracket...
  • Page 7: Part Names And Functions

    ! USB cable ! Strap ! Safety Precautions ! Warranty Card Part Names and Functions ■Front view ① ④ ② ③ ⑥ ⑤ 1 Display 2 [Lap] button Press this button during logging to record a lap. Press and hold this button for 2 seconds or more while logging is stopped to switch to the screen to save the log data.
  • Page 8 4 [Menu] button Press this button to display the main menu screen. ! Press this button when the main menu screen is displayed to return to the previous screen. ! Press this button when a data field is displayed enlarged to return to the meter screen.
  • Page 9: Back View

    ■Back view ② ① ⑤ ③ ④ 1 USB connector cover Securely close the USB connector cover when not charging the device or connecting to your PC. 2 USB connector Connect the USB cable to charge the device or transfer data to your 3 Speaker Outputs a buzzer sound when there is an alert or button operation.
  • Page 10: Main Menu Screen

    ■Main menu screen This is the main screen of the device for displaying various menus. Operating the Main Menu Screen...
  • Page 11: Button Operation In Each Screen And Screen Hierarchy

    Button Operation in Each Screen and Screen Hierarchy ■[←]/[→] buttons, [Confirm] button, [Menu] button The functions of the main unit buttons differ depending on the displayed screen Operation in the menu screen ④ ① ② ③ ① [←] button Selects an item or value. ②...
  • Page 12: [lap] Button And [power]/[logging] Button

    Operation in the meter screen ④ ① ② ③ ① [←] button Changes the page. ② [→] button Enlarges or switches the data field. Press and hold to display the status screen. ③ [Confirm] button Press and hold during enlarged display to display the data field of the settings screen.
  • Page 13: Screen Hierarchy

    ① ② When logging: Records the lap. ① [Lap] button When logging is stopped: Press and hold to save the logging data. When power is off: Press and hold to turn on the power. ② [Power]/[Logging] When power is on: Starts/stops/resumes logging. Press and hold to turn off the power or switch to the sleep button state.
  • Page 14: Page Set

    ① ② The data to be displayed can be customized. ① Data field ■Changing the Display Type of a Data Field The number of data fields to display on a page and the ② Page layout can be customized. Setting Data Fields ■Page set A combination of multiple pages is called a page set.
  • Page 15: Installation

    Note ! For details on the meter screen, refer to the following. Operating the Meter Screen Installation ■Installing the device Mount the device to your bike. Caution ! When mounting the device, make sure your bike is in a stable position to prevent it from falling.
  • Page 16 Mount the bracket on the handlebar of your bike. Caution ! Be careful not to pinch your finger when mounting the bracket on the bike. Secure the bracket with the bolt. Apply an anti-seize compound like grease to the bolt. Adjust the bracket horizontally from the stem, insert the bolt into the hole and tighten lightly.
  • Page 17 Attach the device to the bracket. Fasten the strap to the handlebars, orient the device as shown in the figure, and align the bracket installation slot on the back of the device with the groove in the bracket. Turn the device clockwise until the device and bracket are securely fixed together.
  • Page 18 Adjust the angle of the device and then secure the bracket. If the device is not in the center of the handlebars or horizontal to the stem, loosen the bracket bolt and adjust it. After adjusting the angle, secure the bracket by tightening the bolt that you tightened lightly.
  • Page 19: Removing The Device

    ■Removing the device Remove the device by performing the installation procedure in reverse. ■Installing sensors This device is compatible with ANT+™ sensors mounted on your bike. Refer to the user's manual of your ANT+ sensors for mounting instructions. After mounting a sensor, perform pairing with the device. Connecting Sensors For details, refer to "...
  • Page 20: Charging

    Charging The internal battery of the device is not charged at the time of purchase. Charge the device using the provided USB cable before using it. ■Charging the device Open the USB connector cover. Connect the provided USB cable to the USB connector of the device.
  • Page 21 ! When the device is on Press and hold the [Power] button for 2 seconds or more to turn the power on or off during charging. The charging time is shorter if the power is turned off. Charging icons Charging Fully charged Note ! The device takes about 4 hours to fully charge (when the power is off or...
  • Page 22: Checking The Battery Level

    ! For safety reasons, the device will not charge in an environment outside the charging temperature range (0°C to 45°C). If the internal temperature of the device is too high, charging may not be possible even when the ambient temperature is within range. In this case, turn off the device, allow time to cool down and recharge.
  • Page 23 Note ! When the battery level becomes low, the "Battery Level Decreasing" message appears. If the battery level is allowed to become even lower, the device will shut down automatically. ! Battery power consumption can be reduced by using combination of the power saving mode, auto power off, and auto sleep.
  • Page 24: Turning Power On/off

    For details, please visit our website. http://www.pioneerelectronics.com http://www.pioneerelectronics.ca www.pioneer-car.eu Turning Power On/Off ■Turning power on Press and hold the [Power] button for 2 seconds or more. An opening message appears and then the meter screen is displayed...
  • Page 26: Turning Power Off

    ■Turning power off Press and hold the [Power] button for 2 seconds or more. Press the [Confirm] button. A shutdown message will appear and the power turns off.
  • Page 27: Turning Power Off Automatically If No Operation Is Performed Within A Set Time

    ■Turning power off automatically if no operation is performed within a set time You can set the device to turn off automatically if no operation is performed within a set time. Press the [Menu] button. Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Settings] and then press the [Confirm] button.
  • Page 28 Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Device] and then press the [Confirm] button. Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Auto Power Off] and then press the [Confirm] button.
  • Page 29 Press the [Confirm] button to select the [Enable] check box. Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Power Off Time] and then press the [Confirm] button.
  • Page 30: Switching To Sleep Mode

    Press the [←]/[→] buttons and [Confirm] button to set the time to wait until turning the power off. Press the [Confirm] button. ■Switching to Sleep Mode When the device is switched to the sleep state, the screen turns off to minimize battery consumption.
  • Page 31: Switching To The Sleep State Automatically If No Operation Is Performed Within A Set Time

    Press and hold the [Power] button for 2 seconds or more. Press the [←] button. A message is displayed and the device switches to sleep state. ■Switching to the sleep state automatically if no operation is performed within a set time You can set the device to switch to the sleep state automatically if no operation is performed within a set time.
  • Page 32 This is set to [30 min] by default. Press the [Menu] button. Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Settings] and then press the [Confirm] button.
  • Page 33 Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Device] and then press the [Confirm] button. Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Auto Sleep] and then press the [Confirm] button.
  • Page 34 Press the [Confirm] button to select the [Enable] check box. Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Auto Sleep Time] and then press the [Confirm] button.
  • Page 35 Press the [←]/[→] buttons and [Confirm] button to set the time to wait until switching to the sleep state. Press the [Confirm] button. Note ! Sleep state will not engage during logging even if no operation continues.
  • Page 36: Initial Setup

    Initial Setup When you turn the device on for the first time after purchase, the initial setup screen is displayed. First, a QR code is displayed prompting you to go to the down- load site for the Cyclo-Sphere Control App, which is an app for smartphones.
  • Page 37: Performing The Initial Setup By Operating The Device

    Performing the Initial Setup by Operating the Device Set the desired display language for the device. The following languages can be selected. English/日本語/Français/Español/繁體中文/Nederlands/Deutsch/Italiano The language is set to [English] by default. Press the [Confirm] button.
  • Page 38 Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select a language and then press the [Confirm] button. The selected language is confirmed. Press the [→] button to go to the next screen. Press the [Confirm] button.
  • Page 39 The following items can be set. Setting item Description Time Zone Select a time zone. Date Enter the date. Enter the time. Enter the time in 24-hour format for the Time time setting regardless of whether or not the [24-Hour Format] check box is selected.
  • Page 40: Configuring The Settings In The App

    Press the [Confirm] button. The following items can be set. Setting item Description Set the unit system indications to kilometers, kilograms, km, kg, ℃ and Celsius. Set the unit system indications to miles/feet, pounds, and mi/ft, lb, ℉ Fahrenheit. This is set to [mi/ft, lb, ℉] by default. Press the [→] button.
  • Page 41: Configuring The Settings On The Device

    Configuring the Settings on the Device The settings can also be configured from the main menu of the device without using the Cyclo-Sphere Control App, which is an app for smartphones. We recommend configuring the following settings before using the device. ■User Settings Register basic information such as your user name and sex, information related to your power level and heart rate, and other information.
  • Page 42: Basic Operations

    Basic Operations This section describes how to view and use the meter screen which is the main screen of the device and how to perform logging to record information such as the elapsed time, various sensor informa- tion, and GPS position information. Operating the Meter Screen The meter screen is the main screen of the device for displaying trip data.
  • Page 43: Changing The Page

    The content to display in a data field can be selected from the data categories of graph parts and numerical value parts depending on the size of the data field. Furthermore, customization is possible depending on the data type and display type.
  • Page 44: Enlarging The Display Of A Data Field

    ■Enlarging the Display of a Data Field Enlarge the display of a data field displayed on a page. Press the [Confirm] button. The data field is displayed enlarged.
  • Page 45 When you display a data field enlarged, a thumbnail of the layout will be displayed at the top left for the first 2 seconds. The place focused in red is the data field currently displayed enlarged. When the [Confirm] button is pressed during enlarged display, enlarged display continues and the next data field is displayed.
  • Page 46 Pressing the [Confirm]/[Enlarge] button when the last data field is dis- played ends the zoom feature and returns the screen to normal display. If no operation is performed, normal display returns after approximately 5 seconds.
  • Page 47: Changing The Display Type Of A Data Field

    ■Changing the Display Type of a Data Field You can change the category, unit, type, and other settings for the data displayed in a data field. Press the [Confirm] button. The data field is displayed enlarged.
  • Page 48 Press the [Confirm] button until the data field for which you wish to change the display type appears and then press and hold the [Confirm] button. Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select the desired display type and then press the [Confirm] button.
  • Page 49: Displaying The Status

    When the settings are finished, press the [Menu] button to return to the meter screen. ■Displaying the Status In the status display, you can set the screen brightness and GPS settings. The sensor connection status is displayed below these settings. Press and hold the [Confirm] button for 2 seconds or more.
  • Page 50: Operating The Main Menu Screen

    Operating the Main Menu Screen You can configure various settings of the device in the main menu screen.. Press the [Menu] button. Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select a main menu item and then press the [Confirm] button.
  • Page 51 The settings screen for the selected main menu item appears. Select the bike to be used and configure various set- Bike and Sensor tings for the bike. For details, refer to " Settings ." Zero point calibration of pedaling monitor sensor or ANT+power meter is performed.
  • Page 52: Viewing The Status Bar

    ■Viewing the Status Bar You can check the statuses of the device from the icons displayed on the status bar at the top of the main menu screen. 1 Logging status 2 Sprint detection status 3 ANT+/Bluetooth® power transmission status "ANT +"...
  • Page 53: Operation In The Text Input Screen

    (Example: Date setting screen) Each press of the [←]/[→] buttons changes the value of the selected item, and each press of the [Confirm] button changes the selected item. Operation in the Text Input Screen Text input operation on the device is performed by first selecting the character type in the type selection screen and then entering text by selecting the desired text in the displayed text input screen.
  • Page 54 Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select the character type and then press the [Confirm] button. (Example: Bike name input screen) A: Displays the alphabet letter list screen (uppercase). a: Displays the alphabet letter list screen (lowercase). 1: Displays the number list screen. @: Displays the symbol and other character list screen.
  • Page 55: Performing Logging

    Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select text and then press the [Confirm] button. (Example: When selecting character type "A") Aa1@: Saves the entered text and returns to the type selection screen. [Set]: Saves the entered text and ends text input. Note ! If you press the [Menu] button in the type selection screen, the entered text is discarded (returns to the state before input) and text input ends.
  • Page 56 Press the [Logging] button during logging. Logging stops and the save confirmation message appears. If you press the [Confirm] button, the log data is saved and the meter screen reappears. If you press the [←] button, the message closes and the meter screen reappears while logging remains in the stopped state.
  • Page 57: Setting The Logging Interval

    If you press the [→] button, the log data deletion confirmation message appears. If you press the [Confirm] button, the log data is deleted and the meter screen reappears. Note ! You can also save the log data by pressing and holding the [Lap] button for 2 seconds or more in the logging stopped state.
  • Page 58 Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Settings] and then press the [Confirm] button. Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Logging] and then press the [Confirm] button.
  • Page 59 Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Logging Interval] and then press the [Confirm] button. Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select the desired setting and then press the [Confirm] button.
  • Page 60: Pausing And Resuming Logging Automatically

    Press the [Menu] button. Setting finishes. ■Pausing and Resuming Logging Automatically You can use the Auto Pause/Resume function to pause/resume logging automati- cally when a certain speed is reached during logging. For example, if you wish to automatically pause logging when the ride speed decreases to 3 km/h* or slower and resume logging when the ride speed becomes faster than 3 km/h, enable [Auto Pause/Resume] and set [Trigger Threshold] to 3.0.
  • Page 61 Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Logging] and then press the [Confirm] button. Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Auto Pause/Resume] and then press the [Confirm] button.
  • Page 62 Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Enable] and then press the [Confirm] button. The "Enable" check box is selected and the Auto Pause/Resume func- tion turns on. To turn it off, press the [Confirm] button again to clear the check box.
  • Page 63 Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Trigger Threshold] and then press the [Confirm] button. Use the [←]/[→] buttons to set the speed at which the Auto Pause function works and then press the [Confirm] button.
  • Page 64: Notifying When Forget To Start Logging

    Press the [Menu] button. Setting finishes. Note ! The Auto Pause function may not work properly when using GPS speed while using rollers or when there is no speed sensor. ■Notifying when Forget to Start Logging You can use the Reminder function to display a message if you start a ride without starting logging.
  • Page 65 Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Settings] and then press the [Confirm] button. Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Logging] and then press the [Confirm] button.
  • Page 66 Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Reminder] and then press the [Confirm] button. Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Enable] and then press the [Confirm] button. The "Enable" check box is selected and the Reminder function turns on.
  • Page 67 To turn it off, press the [Confirm] button again to clear the check box. Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Reminder Interval] and then press the [Confirm] button. Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select the operation interval of the Reminder function and then press the [Confirm] button.
  • Page 68: Uploading Log Data

    Press the [Menu] button. Setting finishes. Uploading Log Data You can upload the log data stored in the built-in flash memory of the device to the Cyclo-Sphere analysis service for analysis. There are the following three ways to upload log data. ! Uploaded via Wi-Fi from the device ■Uploading via Wi-Fi ! Upload using a PC...
  • Page 69: Uploading Via Wi-fi

    ■Uploading via Wi-Fi Creating a Cyclo-Sphere account Register from the following URL. cyclo-sphere.com Setting Your Cyclo-Sphere Account Set the user account of Cyclo-Sphere for uploading the log data via Wi-Fi. If you are using Google etc for the account, configure the account settings from the Cyclo-Sphere Control App on your iPhone or Android device.
  • Page 70 Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Cyclo-Sphere] and then press the [Confirm] button. Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Account] and then press the [Confirm] button.
  • Page 71 Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Email Address] and then press the [Confirm] button. Use the [←]/[→]/[Confirm] buttons to enter an e-mail address.
  • Page 72 Select the "Set" key on the keyboard and then press the [Confirm] button to return to the previous screen. Operation in the Text Input Screen Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Password] and then press the [Confirm] button. Use the [←]/[→]/[Confirm] buttons to enter a password. Select the "Set"...
  • Page 73 Uploading There are three ways to upload log data. ! Data selection (upload manually) ! Differential upload (uploaded all log data that is different from the already uploaded log data) ! Auto upload (uploaded automatically) Uploading the log data manually After setting up Wi-Fi, perform either "...
  • Page 74 Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Cyclo-Sphere] and then press the [Confirm] button. Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Manual Upload] and then press the [Confirm] button.
  • Page 75 Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select the log data you wish to upload and then press the [Confirm] button. Repeat step 5 to add check marks for all the log data you wish to upload. Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Upload] and then press the [Confirm] button.
  • Page 76 A connection is established via Wi-Fi automatically and uploading starts. When uploading is complete, the Wi-Fi connection is disconnected. "Wi-Fi" is displayed for log data that has been uploaded. Note ! If you transfer log data to your iPhone or Android device when uploading log data via the Cyclo-Sphere Control App, "Bluetooth"...
  • Page 77 Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Cyclo-Sphere] and then press the [Confirm] button. Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Difference Upload] and then press the [Confirm] button.
  • Page 78 A connection is established via Wi-Fi automatically and uploading starts. When uploading is complete, the Wi-Fi connection is disconnected. Uploading the log data automatically The device can automatically establish a Wi-Fi connection and upload the log data to Cyclo-Sphere when logging stops and the log data is saved. If there is log data that has not been uploaded to Cyclo-Sphere before log- ging starts or after the log data is saved, the device periodically checks for a Wi-Fi connection, and if a connection can be established, it uploads the log...
  • Page 79 Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Cyclo-Sphere] and then press the [Confirm] button. Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Auto Upload] and then press the [Confirm] button. The check box is selected and auto upload is enabled.
  • Page 80: Uploading Using A Pc

    Select the log data you wish to back up and save it in any location on the PC. The log data is stored in the "/CA600/Internal storage/Pioneer/Log" folder. The file name of the log data is the date and hour that the log started.
  • Page 81: Uploading Via Cyclo-sphere Control App

    (Pioneer) (Log) LOG_2019_01_01_08_20.db LOG_2019_01_01_09_20.db Uploading with the Cyclo-Sphere upload button Log in to Cyclo-Sphere and then press the "Upload" button at the top of the workout screen. An upload pop-up appears. Press the [ファイル選択] button in the pop-up and then select the file name to upload.
  • Page 82 Select the following in order in the Cyclo-Sphere Control App. [SGX-CA600] > [Log Data upload settings] Tap [Upload via smartphone] in the Cyclo-Sphere Control App. Check that authentication is complete for [Cyclo-Sphere Account Setting] in the Cyclo-Sphere Control App.
  • Page 83 ! If the device establishes a Wi-Fi connection while transferring log data from the device to the Cyclo-Sphere Control App, the log data will begin to be transferred via Wi-Fi if the auto upload function is enabled. ! If log data was uploaded via the Cyclo-Sphere Control App, "Bluetooth" is displayed below the log data name on the log data selection screen.
  • Page 84: Training

    Training Training Overview The goals for road bike training differ depending on the person. You can more objectively monitor and analyze your rides if you use a cyclocom- puter for your regular training because a cyclocomputer is an effective training aid. ■Clarifying the Areas You Wish to Strengthen Riders who wish to enjoy cycling and long rides For those who have just begun riding a road bike, the most important goal is to first...
  • Page 85: Types Of Training Menus

    Have you ever thought the following during regular training? ! I train according to a plan created to meet my goal, but I cannot seem to achieve my target placement. ! I am often disappointed because I cannot get the desired result and demonstrate my ability in competitions due to insufficient preparation.
  • Page 86 FTP 20-minute test This is a training menu in which you ride for 20 minutes and measure your func- tional threshold power (FTP). MMP challenge This is a training menu based on your mean maximal power (MMP) data. You can customize the target FTP and target power for the FTP 20-minute test and MMP challenge training menus.
  • Page 87: Laps

    ■Laps Training to ride at an average speed and training to gain explosive sprint power work on different areas and thus require different training methods. Even within one training menu, there is a separator for every time spent, for exam- ple, warming up, riding focusing on cadence, riding focusing on pedaling, and cooling down, and these separators are called "laps."...
  • Page 88: Creating A Training Menu Of Training Assistance

    You can also use the training assistance from the smartphone version of the Cyclo- Sphere website by using an iPhone or Android device. The procedure is roughly as follows. ■Creating a Training Menu of Training Assistance ! Create a training menu in the Cyclo-Sphere Analysis App. ! Create a training menu using the smartphone version of the Cyclo- Sphere website.
  • Page 89: Connecting The Device Via Wi-fi

    Set the necessary parameters and tap [Training Menu Creation]. A message appears to notify you that the training menu has been created. Tap [OK]. ■Connecting the Device via Wi-Fi For how to connect the device via Wi-Fi, refer to the following. Wi-Fi Settings ■Importing a Training Menu This section describes how to import a training menu created in the Cyclo-Sphere...
  • Page 90 Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Cyclo-Sphere] and then press the [Confirm] button. Check that the check box is selected for [Training Menu Sync].
  • Page 91: Selecting An Imported Training Menu

    If the check box is not selected, use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Training Menu Sync] and then press the [Confirm] button. Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Sync Now] and then press the [Confirm] button. Wait until the synchronization finishes. When the synchronization finishes, press the [Menu] button to return to the main menu screen.
  • Page 92 Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Training] and then press the [Confirm] button. Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Training Menu] and then press the [Confirm] button.
  • Page 93 The name of the currently selected training menu is displayed in the [Training Menu] item. Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Training Assist] and then press the [Confirm] button. Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select the training item you wish to use and then press the [Confirm] button.
  • Page 94 Check the training details and then press the [Confirm] button. The name of the selected training menu is displayed in the [Training Menu] item.
  • Page 95: Starting/ending A Training Menu

    Starting/Ending a Training Menu Press the [Menu] button. Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Training] and then press the [Confirm] button.
  • Page 96 Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Training Start] and then press the [Confirm] button. The training menu start message appears. If you press the [Confirm] button, the meter screen reappears and the training menu starts. Start training in accordance with the instructions on the screen. Note ! If logging is already started, the training menu will be separated by laps and the first interval segment will start.
  • Page 97: Forcibly Ending A Training Menu Part Way Through

    This process is repeated. When all of the interval segments are finished, the training menu ends automatically and the finished message appears on the screen. Note ! Pressing the [Lap] button skips to the next the training menu. If the training menu is separated by laps, the next interval segment will start.
  • Page 98 Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Training] and then press the [Confirm] button. Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Training Stop] and then press the [Confirm] button.
  • Page 99: Deleting A Training Menu

    Note ! Since the log data will continue to be acquired even after the training menu ends, press the [Logging] button to stop logging and then check the save confirmation message and save the log data. ■Deleting a Training Menu You can delete a training menu that was imported to the device or a training menu that was created on the device.
  • Page 100 Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Training Menu] and then press the [Confirm] button. Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select the training item you wish to delete and then press the [Confirm] button.
  • Page 101 ■Selecting an Imported Training Menu Refer to " " and then select the training menu you wish to delete. Check that the training menu you wish to delete is dis- played and then press the [→] button. Press the [Confirm] button.
  • Page 102: Using A Link Menu

    The training menu is deleted. Using a Link Menu You can transfer a training menu (workout) created using TrainingPeaks to the device via the Cyclo-Sphere Control App. Create an account for TrainingPeaks and then create a training menu. Preparation such as creating an account on the TrainingPeaks website or in the TrainingPeaks App is required.
  • Page 103 Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Training] and then press the [Confirm] button. Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Training Menu] and then press the [Confirm] button.
  • Page 104 The name of the currently selected training menu is displayed in the [Training Menu] item. Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Linked Menu] and then press the [Confirm] button. Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select the training item you wish to use and then press the [Confirm] button.
  • Page 105 Check the training details and then press the [Confirm] button. The name of the selected training menu is displayed in the [Training Menu] item.
  • Page 106: Using An Original Menu

    Note ! If you press the [←] button, the operation is canceled and the previous screen reappears without the displayed training menu being selected. Using an Original Menu You can create a training menu with operation only on the device, and then use it for training.
  • Page 107 Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Training Menu] and then press the [Confirm] button. Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Original Menu] and then press the [Confirm] button.
  • Page 108 Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select a menu and then press the [Confirm] button. Press the [Confirm] button. The selected original menu is set as the training menu, and the screen of step 3 reappears.
  • Page 109: Editing An Original Menu

    ■Editing an Original Menu Press the [Menu] button. Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Training] and then press the [Confirm] button.
  • Page 110 Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Edit] and then press the [Confirm] button. Check that the name of an original menu is displayed in [Training Menu]. Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select each item and then press the [Confirm] button. Setting item details...
  • Page 111: Creating An Original Menu

    Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Save] or [Add New], and then press the [Confirm] button. The edited training menu is saved or copied to the cyclocomputer and set as the training menu to use. Note ! If you select [Add New], "_copy" is automatically added to the end of the menu name.
  • Page 112 Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Training] and then press the [Confirm] button. Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Create] and then press the [Confirm] button.
  • Page 113 Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select each item and then press the [Confirm] button. Setting item details Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Save] and then press the [Confirm] button.
  • Page 114: Measuring Your Ftp

    The created training menu is saved to the device and set as the training menu to use. Setting item details Setting item Description Training Name Enter the name of this training menu. Warm Up Set the warm-up time. Interval Time Set the time for performing an interval after the warm-up.
  • Page 115 Power 5 min. max 1 min. 100 rpm 20 min. max (Rest 1 min.) × 3 set Warm Up Rest Rest Cool down [20 min.] [10] [20] [15] Time [1]×5 Training Start Training End Press the [Menu] button. Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Training] and then press the [Confirm] button.
  • Page 116 Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Training Menu] and then press the [Confirm] button. The name of the currently selected training menu is displayed in the [Training Menu] item. Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [FTP 20 min Test] and then press the [Confirm] button.
  • Page 117 Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Target FTP] and then press the [Confirm] button. Use the [←]/[→] buttons to enter the target FTP value and then press the [Confirm] button. Adjust the target FTP value as necessary.
  • Page 118 Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Set] and then press the [Confirm] button. "FTP 20 min Test" is displayed for the [Training Menu] item. Note ! A numerical value that is approximately 5% higher than the target FTP becomes the target power.
  • Page 119 Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Training Start] and then press the [Confirm] button. Press the [Confirm] button. The warm-up starts.
  • Page 120 The instructions for the first interval segment are displayed. When it becomes time for the next interval segment, the instructions for that segment are displayed. This process is repeated. When all of the interval segments are finished, the training menu ends automatically and the finished message appears on the screen.
  • Page 121: Performing Training Based On Your Mmp Data

    If you press the [→] button, the log data deletion confirmation message appears. If you press the [Confirm] button, the log data is deleted and the screen displayed before you started logging reappears (the FTP value is not updated). Note ! You can also save the log data by pressing and holding the [Lap] button for 2 seconds or more when in the logging stopped state.
  • Page 122: Setting The Mmp

    Power Warm Up MMP challenge Cool Down [5 min.] [1 to 60] Time Training Start Training End ■Setting the MMP There are two ways to set MMP data. ! Synchronizing the MMP with Cyclo-Sphere ! Entering the MMP manually Note ! When you synchronize the MMP with Cyclo-Sphere, there needs to be a certain amount of riding data in Cyclo-Sphere and it must contain MMP values.
  • Page 123 Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Cyclo-Sphere] and then press the [Confirm] button. Check that the [Parameter Sync] check box is selected, use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Sync Now], and then press the [Confirm] button.
  • Page 124 Wait until the synchronization finishes. When the synchronization finishes, the MMP data for the most recent three months in Cyclo-Sphere is reflected on the device. Entering the MMP manually Manually set the MMP value required in the Threshold Training. Press the [Menu] button. Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Settings] and then press the [Confirm] button.
  • Page 125 Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [User Settings] and then press the [Confirm] button. Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [MMP] and then press the [Confirm] button.
  • Page 126 Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select the item to use for train- ing and then press the [Confirm] button. Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select the numerical value you wish to set and then press the [Confirm] button.
  • Page 127 Each press of the [Confirm] button moves the cursor to the next digit place down. If you press the [Confirm] button after the cursor has been moved to the ones place, the numerical value is confirmed and the previous screen reappears.
  • Page 128 Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Threshold Training] and then press the [Confirm] button.
  • Page 129 Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Challenge Menu] and then press the [Confirm] button. Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select the item you wish to set and then press the [Confirm] button.
  • Page 130 Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Target Power] and then press the [Confirm] button. Use the [←]/[→] buttons to enter the target power you wish to set as a goal and then press the [Confirm] button.
  • Page 131 Each press of the [Confirm] button moves the cursor to the next digit place down. If you press the [Confirm] button after the cursor has been moved to the ones place, the numerical value is confirmed and the previous screen reappears.
  • Page 132 Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Training Start] and then press the [Confirm] button. Press the [Confirm] button. The warm-up starts.
  • Page 133 The riding instructions for the first interval segment are displayed. When it becomes time for the next interval segment, the riding instructions for that segment are displayed. This process is repeated. When all of the interval segments are finished, the training menu ends automatically and the finished message appears on the screen.
  • Page 134: Automatically Switching To The Screen That Matches The Training Menu

    Note ! You can also save the log data by pressing and holding the [Lap] button for 2 seconds or more when in the logging stopped state. ! When the capture function is enabled, the function to save the logging data by pressing and holding the [Lap] button while logging is stopped will not work.
  • Page 135: Setting The Countdown Timer

    Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Auto Page Transition] and then press the [Confirm] button. When the check box is selected, the Auto Page Transition function is enabled. Setting the Countdown Timer While a training menu is in progress, a countdown to the next interval is displayed to urge you to prepare for the next interval.
  • Page 136 Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Training] and then press the [Confirm] button. Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Count Down Seconds] and then press the [Confirm] button. The countdown is performed with the selected number of seconds.
  • Page 137 Select the countdown time from [3 sec], [5 sec]*. and [10 sec]. *: Factory default setting Note ! If [10 sec] is selected and the current interval time is less than 10 sec, the countdown will be from an interval time of less than 10 sec.
  • Page 138: Using The Alert Notification Function

    Using the Alert Notification Function This is a function to notify when the value goes above or below a set value during logging. Note ! The alert function operates only during logging. It does not operate when logging is stopped. Configuring the Basic Settings of Alerts ■Setting the Message and Sound Set whether or not to display a message and whether or not to output a sound for...
  • Page 139: Power, Heart Rate, And Cadence

    Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Alerts] and then press the [Confirm] button. Setting item Description Select this check box to display a message when there is Message a notification. Clear this check box to not display a message. Select this check box to output a sound when there is a Sound notification.
  • Page 140 Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Training] and then press the [Confirm] button. Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Alerts] and then press the [Confirm] button.
  • Page 141 Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Power Alert] and then press the [Confirm] button. Setting item Description...
  • Page 142: Using The Auto Target Alert Function

    Select this check box to be notified when the power goes Max. Power Alert above the upper limit. Clear this check box to not be Enable notified. When the power goes above the value set here, you will Max. Power Alert be notified with a power alert.
  • Page 143 Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Training] and then press the [Confirm] button. Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Alerts] and then press the [Confirm] button.
  • Page 144 Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Auto Target Alert] and then press the [Confirm] button. Setting item Description Select this check box to enable alerts. Power Clear this check box to not be notified.
  • Page 145: Using The Intensity Alert Function

    When the power goes above or below the range set here Target Power with respect to the value set for the target power of the corresponding training menu, you will be notified. Select this check box to enable alerts. Heart Rate Clear this check box to not be notified.
  • Page 146 Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Training] and then press the [Confirm] button. Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Alerts] and then press the [Confirm] button.
  • Page 147 Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Intensity Alert] and then press the [Confirm] button. Setting item Description...
  • Page 148 Threshold1 Enable, Select a check box to enable the corresponding thresh- Threshold2 Enable, old value. Threshold3 Enable Clear this check box to not be notified. Threshold1, Notify when the intensity exceeds the values set here. Threshold2, Threshold3...
  • Page 149: Using The Strava Live Segment Function

    Using the Strava Live Segment Function About Strava Live Segment The Live Segment function allows you to automatically transfer a segment that you or others have created in Strava to the device using the Cyclo-Sphere Control App allowing you to compare your current ride with yours or others past results, logging begins when you enter the transferred segment.
  • Page 150: Using A Strava Live Segment While Riding

    Perform authentication in accordance with the instructions on the screen in the Cyclo-Sphere Control App. When Strava authentication is completed with "Cyclo-Sphere Control App", the segments registered as favorites in Strava are automatically transferred to the device. The segments that have been automatically transferred can be checked in [Menu] - [Settings] - [Strava Live Segment] - [Segment List].
  • Page 151 Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Strava Live Segment] and then press the [Confirm] button. Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Enable] and then press the [Confirm] button to select the check box.
  • Page 152: Riding To The Start Point Of One Of The Segments

    Press the [Menu] button to return to the meter screen page. ■Riding to the Start Point of One of the Segments The display changes in stages as you get nearer to the segment. For example, the display becomes as follows when you are within 1 km of the seg- ment and farther than 200 m.
  • Page 153: Riding To The End Point Of The Segment

    Note ! A time to indicate that you are ahead or behind in comparison to the King of the Mountains (KOM) or your personal record (PR) can also be dis- played in real time while riding in a segment. ■Changing the Display Type of a Data Field You can ride while using this as a target for pacing yourself.
  • Page 154 Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Strava Live Segment] and then press the [Confirm] button. Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Enable] and then press the [Confirm] button to clear the check box. When the check box is cleared, the Live Segment function is disabled.
  • Page 155: Automatically Switching To The Screen That Matches The Segment

    Automatically Switching to the Screen That Matches the Segment If the [Auto Page Transition] check box is selected, the page will switch automat- ically to a page with data fields including the segment when you approach within 200 m of the segment. Press the [Menu] button.
  • Page 156 Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Strava Live Segment] and then press the [Confirm] button. Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Auto Page Transition] and then press the [Confirm] button to select the check box.
  • Page 157: Using The Segment Alert Function

    When the check box is selected, the Auto Page Transition function is enabled. Using the Segment Alert Function If the [Segment Alert] check box is selected, you will be notified of the distance until a segment or of the start and end of a segment at the following timing. ! When a segment within 1 km is found ! 200m, 656mile or less number distance will show.
  • Page 158 Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Strava Live Segment] and then press the [Confirm] button. Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Segment Alert] and then press the [Confirm] button to select the check box. When the check box is selected, the Segment Alert function is enabled.
  • Page 159: Using The Live Partner Function

    Using the Live Partner Function This function allows you to wirelessly connect two cyclocomputers that support the Live Partner function and then set one as the coach (receives measurement values from the other party) and the other as the partner (sends measurement values to the other party) to receive and send measurement data in real time.
  • Page 160: Adding A Partner

    If a party goes out of the communication range, a message appears to notify that the rider has gone out of range. If the rider comes closer after that, a message appears to notify that the rider has come in range. ■Option Settings of the Live Partner Function ■Adding a Partner A partner can be added by a coach.
  • Page 161 Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Live Partner] and then press the [Confirm] button. Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select one of [CH1]/[CH2]/[CH3] and then press the [Confirm] button.
  • Page 162 Note ! In [Bluetooth Setting], enable the channel to be used. Bluetooth Setting ! If there is no available channel, refer to the following and then delete a registered partner or coach. ■Deleting a Partner or Coach Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Add Partner] and then press the [Confirm] button.
  • Page 163 Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select the partner you wish to register and then press the [Confirm] button. Note ! If the partner you wish to add is not displayed in the list, return to the previous screen and select [Add Partner] again.
  • Page 164 Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Add] and then press the [Confirm] button. A connection approval request is sent to the partner and the "Add Partner Confirming permission to add Partner." message appears. If addition approval is given by the partner, the "Device Number:User Name Added to Partner"...
  • Page 165: Adding A Coach

    Press the [Confirm] button and then check the status dis- played for the partner added to the specified channel number. ■Adding a Coach A coach can be added by a partner. Registering a coach requires the setting to add a partner to be set on the coach's cyclocomputer at the same time.
  • Page 166 Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Live Partner] and then press the [Confirm] button. Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select one of [CH1]/[CH2]/[CH3] and then press the [Confirm] button.
  • Page 167 Note ! In [Bluetooth Setting], enable the channel to be used. Bluetooth Setting ! If there is no available channel, refer to the following and then delete a registered partner or coach. Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Add Coach] and then press the [Confirm] button.
  • Page 168 Press the [Confirm] button. If permission is given for the addition approval request by the partner, the "Added to Partner" message appears together with the partner's device information on the cyclocomputer of the coach and the connec- tion is permitted. Also, the "Added to coach."...
  • Page 169 ! If the connection process is canceled by the coach, the connection is not permitted. Viewing the partner information screen This section describes how to view the information screen of a party registered as a partner. Press the [Menu] button. Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Settings] and then press the [Confirm] button.
  • Page 170 Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Live Partner] and then press the [Confirm] button. Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select the channel number of the registered partner for which you wish to view the informa- tion screen and then press the [Confirm] button. The partner number, connection status, device number, and user name are displayed for the corresponding channel.
  • Page 171 You can check the following items by using the [←]/[→] buttons to switch the item. ! Status ! Device number ! User name ! 3-second average power ! Lap average power...
  • Page 172: Deleting A Partner Or Coach

    ! TSS ! Intensity ! Heart rate ! Consumed calories If the numerical values cannot be displayed for reasons such as the power meter and pedaling monitor connections on the partner side not being enabled or the device searching for the partner because, for example, you have moved out of range, "- -"...
  • Page 173 Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Live Partner] and then press the [Confirm] button. Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select the channel number to which the partner or coach is registered and then press the [Confirm] button.
  • Page 174 Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Delete] and then press the [Confirm] button. Press the [Confirm] button.
  • Page 175: Viewing The Partner Screen

    The coach or partner is deleted. If you delete a coach or partner that was connected, a message notifying of the deletion appears on the other party side. If you delete a coach or partner that was not connected, a deletion message is displayed on this device but not on the other party side so be careful because the other party side will continue to search for this device.
  • Page 176 Note ! Press the [Confirm] button to display the data field you wish to display for the partner enlarged and then press and hold the [Confirm] button. Select the graph for the data field type and select the partner for the data category.
  • Page 177 Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Settings] and then press the [Confirm] button. Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Live Partner] and then press the [Confirm] button.
  • Page 178 Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select the channel number to which the partner or coach is registered and then press the [Confirm] button. Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Change] and then press the [Confirm] button.
  • Page 179: Option Settings Of The Live Partner Function

    Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select a partner number and then press the [Confirm] button. The partner number is changed. ■Option Settings of the Live Partner Function Press the [Menu] button.
  • Page 180 Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Settings] and then press the [Confirm] button. Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Live Partner] and then press the [Confirm] button. Setting item Description...
  • Page 181 Select this check box to be notified when the distance between the other party and your bike opens up and the other party goes out of the communication range. Distance Alert Clear this check box to not be notified. You are also notified when your bike comes near the other party and the connection is reestablished.
  • Page 182: Analyzing Log Data

    Analyzing Log Data Displaying Log Data The past log data or past lap log data can be analyzed on the device. Note ! Saved log data is displayed automatically after it is saved. Press the [Menu] button. Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [History] and then press the [Confirm] button.
  • Page 183 Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select the log data you wish to display and then press the [Confirm] button.
  • Page 184 Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Lap] and then press the [Confirm] button. Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select the interval between laps you wish to display and then press the [Confirm] button. The log data for the selected interval between laps is selected.
  • Page 185: Editing Log Data

    When [All] is selected, the log data of all intervals is displayed. Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select the item you wish to view. Editing Log Data You can edit some log data on the device. ■Editing the Date and Time of Log Data Display the log data you wish to edit.
  • Page 186 Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Date] and then press the [Confirm] button. Use the [←]/[→] buttons to enter the date you wish to set and then press the [Confirm] button.
  • Page 187 Each press of the [Confirm] button moves the cursor in the order of year, month, and day. If you press the [Confirm] button after the cursor has been moved to day, the date is confirmed and the previous screen reappears. Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Time] and then press the [Confirm] button.
  • Page 188: Deleting Log Data

    Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Save] and then press the [Confirm] button. The changes to the date and time are confirmed and the previous screen reappears. ■Deleting Log Data Display the log data you wish to edit. Displaying Log Data...
  • Page 189 Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Delete] and then press the [Confirm] button. Press the [Confirm] button. The selected log data is deleted. If you press the [←] button, deletion is canceled.
  • Page 190: Performing Analysis Using Cyclo-sphere

    For how to view and how to use the screen, refer to the help page of Cyclo-Sphere. https://cyclo-sphere.com/help In addition to the above, the Pioneer cyclesports website provides various content to offer hints on usage and skill improvement including videos that analyze and examine top athletes.
  • Page 191: Performing Analysis Using Trainingpeaks

    Note ! You need to register for a Strava account. Select the following in order in the Cyclo-Sphere Analysis App. [More] > [Account Management] > [Web Link] When configuring the settings on the PC version of the Cyclo-Sphere website, refer to the help page of Cyclo-Sphere. https://cyclo-sphere.com/help Tap [Strava].
  • Page 192 Select the following in order in the Cyclo-Sphere Analysis App. [More] > [Account Management] > [Web Link] When configuring the settings on the PC version of the Cyclo-Sphere website, refer to the help page of Cyclo-Sphere. https://cyclo-sphere.com/help Tap [TrainingPeaks]. Tap [Link]. The login screen of TrainingPeaks appears.
  • Page 193: Navigation

    Navigation Transferring Courses You can transfer Courses you create in service like Ride with GPS and Strava to the device. For details on how to create courses, check the help and other information of the corresponding service. ■Ride with GPS Setup Access the "https://ridewithgps.com/"...
  • Page 194: Selecting A Course

    When you export your activities from each of the sites, save them in the TCX or FIT format. Save the course files you downloaded to the PC to the device. Save the course files directly under "/CA600/Internal storage/Pioneer/ Course". (sdcard) (Pioneer) (Course) LOG_2019_01_01_08_20.db...
  • Page 195 Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Course] and then press the [Confirm] button. Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Course Select] and then press the [Confirm] button.
  • Page 196 Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Course Folder] and then press the [Confirm] button. A list of the courses that were transferred to the device appears. Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select the name of the course you wish to set and then press the [Confirm] button.
  • Page 197: Selecting From Past Log Data

    Check the course details. [Distance]: The mileage of the course is displayed. [Course Profile]: Displays the elevation information for the course. Press the [Confirm] button. The course is set. If you press the [←] button, setting is canceled and the course list screen reappears.
  • Page 198 Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Course] and then press the [Confirm] button. Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Course Select] and then press the [Confirm] button.
  • Page 199 Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Log Data Folder] and then press the [Confirm] button. A list of the courses of the log data that was saved to the device appears. Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select the log data you wish to set and then press the [Confirm] button.
  • Page 200: Checking A Course

    Check the course details. [Distance]: The mileage of the course is displayed. [Course Profile]: Displays the elevation information for the course. Press the [Confirm] button. The course is set. If you press the [←] button, setting is canceled and the course list screen reappears.
  • Page 201 Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Course] and then press the [Confirm] button. Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Cue Sheet] and then press the [Confirm] button.
  • Page 202 Course profile Display the elevation graph for the selected course. Press the [Menu] button. Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Course] and then press the [Confirm] button.
  • Page 203 Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Course Profile] and then press the [Confirm] button. Cancel the course Clear the set course. Press the [Menu] button.
  • Page 204 Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Course] and then press the [Confirm] button. Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Course Clear] and then press the [Confirm] button.
  • Page 205: Navigation Settings

    Navigation Settings You can set the course navigation information. Press the [Menu] button. Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Course] and then press the [Confirm] button.
  • Page 206: Starting And Stopping Navigation

    Setting item Description Select this check box to display an alert message when Off Course Alert you go off course. Clear this check box to not display a message. Select this check box to display a message when you Turn by Turn Guide approach a left or right turn point.
  • Page 207 Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Course] and then press the [Confirm] button. Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Navigation Start] and then press the [Confirm] button. The meter screen reappears and navigation starts.
  • Page 208: Simulation

    Note ! [Navigation Stop] is displayed during navigation. Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select it and then press the [Confirm] button to stop navigation. ! Navigation cannot be used during simulation. Simulation Simulate a course using a smart trainer (rollers). A course can be simulated by using a course file or past log data.
  • Page 209: Starting And Stopping

    Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Sensor] and then press the [Confirm] button. Enable [Course Link] in the sensor information of the smart trainer. ■Starting and Stopping You can start and stop simulation for the set course. Press the [Menu] button.
  • Page 210 Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Course] and then press the [Confirm] button. Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Simulation Start] and then press the [Confirm] button. The meter screen reappears and simulation starts.
  • Page 211: Simulation Player

    Note ! [Simulation Stop] is displayed during simulation. Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select it and then press the [Confirm] button to stop simulation. ! Simulation cannot be used during navigation. ■Simulation Player Check the current position information and change the position during simulation. Press the [Menu] button.
  • Page 212 Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Simulation Player] and then press the [Confirm] button. Check the simulation conditions. Each press of the [→] button moves forward by a distance of 10%, and each press of the [Confirm] button moves back by a distance of 5%.
  • Page 213: Map Download

    To return to the starting point press the [←] button. Map Download Download map data from a map data server via Wi-Fi. Note ! The device has a map of some areas stored in it by default. ! When initializing this device, the default map will be deleted. Enable Wi-Fi.
  • Page 214 Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Map Download] and then press the [Confirm] button. Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Add Map] and then press the [Confirm] button.
  • Page 215 Use the [←/[→] buttons to select the area of the map you wish to add and then press the [Confirm] button. Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select the region of the map you wish to add and then press the [Confirm] button.
  • Page 216: Checking Map Information

    When the size of the selected map exceeds the free space of the device, "Flash memory is full." is displayed. Press the [Confirm] button. Adding of the map starts. The device will restart the system automati- cally after adding of the map completes. If you press the [←] button, adding of the map is canceled.
  • Page 217 Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Map Download] and then press the [Confirm] button. Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select the name of a saved map and then press the [Confirm] button.
  • Page 218 Displays the version and file size of the map. [Update]: Starts updating the map file. If there is no information to update, this cannot be selected. [Delete]: Displays the deletion confirmation screen. If you press the [Confirm] button in the deletion confirmation screen, the selected map is deleted and the device restarts.
  • Page 219: Pedaling Monitor

    Pedaling Monitor Initial Setup This section describes how to connect a pedaling monitor, configure various set- tings, and perform zero point calibration. ■Connecting Connect the pedaling monitor sensors to the device. Turn the crankset of the bike at least three times to start the left and right transmitters.
  • Page 220 Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Sensor] and then press the [Confirm] button. Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Add Sensor] and then press the [Confirm] button.
  • Page 221 A search for nearby connectable sensors is performed and the found sensors are listed. Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select the sensors to add and then press the [Confirm] button. Select the check boxes for the left pedaling monitor and right pedaling monitor.
  • Page 222: Configuring The Settings Using Cyclo-sphere Control App

    Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Add] and then press the [Confirm] button. The left pedaling monitor and right pedaling monitor for which you selected the check boxes are added to the sensor list. ■Configuring the Settings Using Cyclo-Sphere Control App You can configure the settings of the pedaling monitor sensor using Cyclo-Sphere Control App.
  • Page 223 The total power value for the left and right sensors, left and right bal- ance, torque effect, pedal smoothness, cadence value, and other val- ues are transmitted. 3 Single power meter mode Use this mode when connecting as the single model of the ANT+ power meter.
  • Page 224 Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Tools] and then press the [Confirm] button. Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Pedaling Settings] and then press the [Confirm] button.
  • Page 225 Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Mode Switch] and then press the [Confirm] button. Check that the device numbers are those of the pedaling monitor sen- sors being used. If they differ, newly enter them. Clear any sensor for which to not change the mode. When changing to dual power, select the check boxes for both the left and right sensors.
  • Page 226 Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Device Number] and then press the [Confirm] button. Use the [←]/[→] buttons to enter the device numbers and then press the [Confirm] button.
  • Page 227 Each press of the [Confirm] button moves the cursor to the next digit place down. If you press the [Confirm] button after the cursor has been moved to the ones place, the numerical value is confirmed and the previous screen reappears.
  • Page 228 Check that "Success" is displayed on the screen of the device and then press the [Confirm] button. If you changed the mode to the pedaling monitor mode, the sensors are added to the sensor list and establishing a connection starts. Check the LEDs of the sensors.
  • Page 229 Be sure to perform this task when mounting the pedaling monitor sensors and after replacing the magnet. Note ! We recommend that the place of purchase perform magnet calibration. Ensure the bike is horizontal by using rollers or the like so that the heights of the front and back wheels are the same.
  • Page 230 Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Tools] and then press the [Confirm] button. Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Pedaling Settings] and then press the [Confirm] button.
  • Page 231 Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Magnet Calibration] and then press the [Confirm] button. Turn the crank slowly in the normal direction and check that the counter is incremented once for every turn, by one count at a time.
  • Page 232 If the counter is not incremented, readjust the magnet position. Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Start Calibration] and then press the [Confirm] button. Turn the crank slowly in the normal direction at a speed of about 30 rpm until the counter reaches 5/5.
  • Page 233 Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Save] and then press the [Confirm] button. Check that "Success" is displayed and then press the [Confirm] button.
  • Page 234 Pedal copying This is enabled only in the pedaling monitor mode. If, for example, one of the sensors has failed or the battery has run out of power, values can be displayed on the device and recorded as log data by copying the values of the pedaling monitor on the other side.
  • Page 235 Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Tools] and then press the [Confirm] button. Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Pedaling Settings] and then press the [Confirm] button.
  • Page 236 Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Pedaling Copy] and then press the [Confirm] button. Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select the copy method and then press the [Confirm] button. Select from [Auto]*, [Copy L to R], [Copy R to L], and [Disable].
  • Page 237 If [Auto] is selected, the power values of the side for which the connec- tion is enabled are automatically reflected as the power values on the side for which the connection is disconnected. *: Factory default setting Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [L : R Balance] and then press the [Confirm] button.
  • Page 238: Auto Zero Point Calibration

    Use the [←]/[→] buttons to enter the left/right balance (%) and then press the [Confirm] button. Be careful because correct power display will not be possible if you mix up the left and right when setting this. ■Auto Zero Point Calibration You can set zero point calibration to be performed automatically before the device enters sleep mode when the crank arm is placed vertical to the ground after the bike has been ridden for at least 20 minutes in an environment with a stable tem-...
  • Page 239 Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Bike] and then press the [Confirm] button. Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Sensor] and then press the [Confirm] button.
  • Page 240 Use the [←]/[→ buttons to select the sensor name and then press the [Confirm] button. Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Auto Zero Calibration] and then press the [Confirm] button. If the check box is selected, the Auto Zero Point Calibration function is enabled.
  • Page 241: Torque Assistance

    ■Torque Assistance You can finely adjust the torque value measured with the pedaling monitor sensors. Press the [Menu] button. Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Bike] and then press the [Confirm] button.
  • Page 242 Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Sensor] and then press the [Confirm] button. Use the [←]/[→ buttons to select the sensor name and then press the [Confirm] button.
  • Page 243 Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Torque Adjustment] and then press the [Confirm] button. Use the [←]/[→] buttons to set the torque adjustment value and then press the [Confirm] button. Adjustment within the range of -10% to +10% is possible.
  • Page 244: Sprint Detection

    Check the torque adjustment value. ■Sprint Detection If you enable sprint detection, sprinting will be detected when the intensity of MMP 10 seconds or MMP 30 seconds exceeds 90%, and the device will begin recording riding data for 1 minute before and after at a 0.5-second interval, which is double the normal frequency.
  • Page 245 Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Logging] and then press the [Confirm] button. Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Sprint Detection] and then press the [Confirm] button.
  • Page 246 Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Enable] and then press the [Confirm] button. Check the message and then press the [Confirm] button.
  • Page 247: Zero Point Calibration

    Sprint detection is enabled. To be notified when sprinting is detected, select the [Sound] check box and/or [Message] check box. Zero Point Calibration Perform zero point calibration of the pedaling monitor sensor. Aim to perform this once every month and when the air temperature changes by at least 4°C.
  • Page 248 Stop the crank arm in the vertical position. Press the [Menu] button. Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Calibration] and then press the [Confirm] button.
  • Page 249 Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [LR Zero Calibration], [Left Zero Calibration] or [Right Zero Calibration], and then press the [Confirm] button. Calibration starts. If you select [LR Zero Calibration], calibration is performed for both the left and right pedaling monitor sensors. Calibration is performed even if only one of the left and right sides is connected.
  • Page 250 Check that "Success" is displayed and then press the [Confirm] button. If "Failure" is displayed, calibration may have been performed when the crank is in an unstable state such as when it was moving. Perform zero point calibration again when the crank is still. Check the calibration results.
  • Page 251 Tangential force: Check that the force is within the range of 0 ±3 N. Radial force: Check that within the range of 0 ±3 N. Battery: Check the battery level and status. New: New battery Good: Good state OK: Normal Low: Low Critical: Cannot be used Note...
  • Page 252: Bike And Sensor Settings

    Bike and Sensor Settings Changing the Bike Change the bike to use. Press the [Menu] button. Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Bike] and then press the [Confirm] button.
  • Page 253 Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Select Bike] and then press the [Confirm] button. Setting item Description Enable or disable* the function to automatically change Auto Select the bike selection.
  • Page 254: Connecting Sensors

    Bike 1 to Bike 6 Select the bike to use. Up to six bikes can be registered. Note ! If you enable auto selection, the device searches the pedaling monitor sensors, power meters, and smart trainers registered to multiple bikes, and automatically changes the bike to the one that includes the most connectable sensors.
  • Page 255: Adding A Sensor

    Note ! When using the optional ANT+speed sensor or ANT+speed & cadence sensor, please set the tire circumference. The tire circumference can be changed in [Menu] - [Bike] - [Wheel Circumference]. It is set to 2,096 mm by default. ! To connect to the Bluetooth heart rate sensor, configuration of the Bluetooth setting on the device is required.
  • Page 256 Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Sensor] and then press the [Confirm] button. Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Add Sensor] and then press the [Confirm] button. The "Searching" message appears and then a list of sensors that can be connected appears.
  • Page 257 When the Bluetooth heartbeat sensor is connected, the connection of the Bluetooth heartbeat sensor is temporarily disconnected. Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select the check box of the sen- sor you wish to connect. The sensors with check boxes selected are added to the sensor list. Clear the check mark for any sensor that does not need to be added to the sensor list in advance.
  • Page 258 Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Add] and then press the [Confirm] button. Note ! Only one of each type of sensor can be added. ! ANT+S&C (speed and cadence) sensor can not be connected when ANT+speed sensor or ANT+cadence sensor is connected. ! If a Bluetooth heart rate sensor is connected, you cannot connect an ANT+ heart rate sensor.
  • Page 259: Checking The Settings Of Added Sensors

    ■Checking the Settings of Added Sensors You can check the settings for each added sensor. A sensor can also be deleted. Press the [Menu] button. Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Bike] and then press the [Confirm] button.
  • Page 260 Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Sensor] and then press the [Confirm] button. Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select the name of the sensor for which you wish to check the settings or you wish to delete and then press the [Confirm] button.
  • Page 261 Setting item Description Enable Enable or disable the sensor. Sensor Name Enter the sensor name. Status Display the searching, connected, and disabled statuses. Device Number Display the device number of the sensor. Display the voltage value or battery status. ! New: New battery ! Good: Good state ! OK: Normal ! Low: Low...
  • Page 262 Set this when a CTF type ANT+power meter is connected. Slope The values received from the ANT+power meter are displayed or the set values are sent to the ANT+power meter. ANT+ shifter The battery states are displayed for electric powered components compatible with SRAM eTap™...
  • Page 263: Ant+ Power Transmission Function Settings

    ANT+ Power Transmission Function Settings Enable this function to transmit the received power values of the pedaling monitor sensors as power values of the ANT+ power meter. This enables power values or cadence values to be transmitted to, for example, the ZWIFT PC application or another manufacturer's cyclocomputer.
  • Page 264 Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Tools] and then press the [Confirm] button. Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [ANT+ Power Transfer] and then press the [Confirm] button.
  • Page 265: Bluetooth Power Transmission Function Settings

    Setting item Description Enable or disable the ANT+ Power Transmission Enable function. Generate the device number of the ANT+ power meter to Device Number transmit from the serial number of this device. Bluetooth Power Transmission Function Settings Enable this function to transmit the received power values of the pedaling monitor sensors or the power values of the ANT+ power meter as power values of the Bluetooth power meter.
  • Page 266 Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Bike] and then press the [Confirm] button. Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Tools] and then press the [Confirm] button.
  • Page 267 Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Bluetooth Power Transfer] and then press the [Confirm] button. Setting item Description Enable or disable the Bluetooth Power Transmission Enable function.
  • Page 268: Di2 Remote Switch Setting

    Generate the device name of the Bluetooth power to Device Number transmit from the serial number of this device. Di2 Remote Switch Setting When components compatible with the remote switches of Shimano Di2 D-FLY are connected, assign the operations of the left and right remote switches to the func- tions of this device or an external sensor control.
  • Page 269 Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Tools] and then press the [Confirm] button. Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Di2 Remote Switch] and then press the [Confirm] button.
  • Page 270: Speed Priority Level Settings

    Setting item Description Single Click Right/ Select from [Logging Start / Stop], [Lap], [Scroll to the Single Click Left/Long Right], [Scroll to the Left], [Press Menu Button], [Press Press Right/Long Press and Hold Menu Button], [Zero Calibration], [Capture], and Left [Disable].
  • Page 271 Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Bike] and then press the [Confirm] button. Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Tools] and then press the [Confirm] button.
  • Page 272 Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Speed Priority] and then press the [Confirm] button. Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select one of [Speed Priority1] to [Speed Priority4] and then press the [Confirm] button.
  • Page 273: Gps Setup

    Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select the item you wish to set for the speed priority level and then press the [Confirm] button. GPS Setup Configure the settings related to the GPS function. The settings are saved linked to the selected bike. Press the [Menu] button.
  • Page 274 Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Bike] and then press the [Confirm] button. Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [GPS] and then press the [Confirm] button.
  • Page 275: Display Settings

    Setting item Description Enable* or disable the GPS function. You can enable GPS also in the status display by press- Enable ing and holding the [Confirm] button for 2 seconds or more from the meter screen. Turn on* or off the GPS speed function. Select this check box to display the speed at which the GPS information was obtained.
  • Page 276 Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Bike] and then press the [Confirm] button. Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Display] and then press the [Confirm] button.
  • Page 277: Speaker Settings

    Setting item Description Adjust the brightness for when the backlight is on to any of 11 levels (3*). Brightness You can set the screen brightness also in the status display by pressing and holding the [Confirm] button for 2 seconds or more from the meter screen. Switch the backlight lighting duration to [Always On]*, [15 sec], [30 sec] or [1 min].
  • Page 278 Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Bike] and then press the [Confirm] button. Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Sound] and then press the [Confirm] button.
  • Page 279: Bike Distance And Time Settings

    Setting item Description Adjust the volume of the device speaker to any of 6 lev- Volume els (3*). Turn on or off* the sound that is output when a button is Operation Sound pressed. *: Factory default setting Bike Distance and Time Settings Set the total bike distance and total bike time.
  • Page 280 Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Bike] and then press the [Confirm] button. Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Bike Distance] and then press the [Confirm] button.
  • Page 281 Use the [←]/[→] buttons to enter the total bike distance and then press the [Confirm] button. Each press of the [Confirm] button moves the cursor to the next digit place down. If you press the [Confirm] button after the cursor has been moved to the ones place, the numerical value is confirmed and the previous screen reappears.
  • Page 282 Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Bike Time] and then press the [Confirm] button. Use the [←]/[→] buttons to enter the total bike time and then press the [Confirm] button.
  • Page 283 Each press of the [Confirm] button moves the cursor to the next digit place down. If you press the [Confirm] button after the cursor has been moved to the ones place, the numerical value is confirmed and the previous screen reappears.
  • Page 284: Advanced Settings

    Advanced Settings Note ! Configuration of the settings is simpler if you use the Cyclo-Sphere Control App, which is an app for smartphones. The settings can be automatically synchronized with the device. For details, refer to the following website. https://cyclo-sphere.com/app/ Setting Data Fields Set the display content of the data fields displayed on each page.
  • Page 285 Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Data Fields] and then press the [Confirm] button. Setting item Description Select the page set to which you wish to switch from the Page Set Select page set list.
  • Page 286: Layout Pattern List

    Select the page for which you wish to change the layout from pages 1 to 10 and then select from 17 layout types. To hide the page, select [OFF]. Layout The layout that is currently selected has a red borderline around it.
  • Page 287 4 Number of data fields: 6 5 Number of data fields: 7 6 Number of data fields: 8 7 Number of data fields: 9...
  • Page 288: Data Field Setting Details

    8 Number of data fields: 10 9 Number of data fields: 11 a Number of data fields: 15 ■Data Field Setting Details Numerical type The following items can be set for a numerical type data field.
  • Page 289 ! Data category Specifies the category of the display data. ! Data type Specifies the data type, such as an average value or maximum value, etc. ! Display type Specifies the time display format, average value calculation range, etc. Data category Data type Display type Label Sub-label Data type description...
  • Page 290 ・3 s. Avg Speed n sec Average speed for fixed period ・5 s. Avg ・10 s. Avg ・30 s. Avg ・60 s. Avg Speed Max km/ h or Fastest speed mph (*) Speed Lap LapMx Fastest speed per lap Speed Last LstAv Last lap average speed Lap Avg...
  • Page 291 ・20 min ・IF™ and TSS™ are not displayed correctly if [FTP] is not entered correctly on the SGX-CA600. ・The FTP value needs to be set for each of the SGX-CA600 and Cyclo-Sphere. ・Set the FTP value in [Settings] > [User Settings] > [FTP].
  • Page 292 The value becomes higher in accordance with the duration, and becomes 100% when the MMP is updated. ・To use this function, you need a Pioneer pedaling monitor sensor or ANT+ power meter. Set each time of [Settings] > [User Settings] > [MMP].
  • Page 293 Power Bal LapAv Average left/ right ratio per lap Step Avg ・3 s. Avg Power Bal n Average left/ right ratio for fixed period ・5 s. Avg sec Avg ・10 s. Avg ・30 s. Avg ・60 s. Avg ― Torque L Torque L N·m Torque L Current torque for left side.
  • Page 294 ・3 s. Avg Torque R n Average torque of fixed period for right ・5 s. Avg sec Avg side ・10 s. Avg ・30 s. Avg ・60 s. Avg Torque R N·m Maximum torque for right side Torque R LapMx Maximum torque per lap for right side Lap Max Torque R LstAv...
  • Page 295 ― Pedal Maximum torque with respect to the Smoothness average torque in the rotation direction (tangential direction) ― Watt Abbreviation for Gross Power Released, which is the positive power value calculated from the rotation direction (tangential direction) positive torque and cadence.
  • Page 296 Power L Max Watt Maximum output of the pedaling monitor on the left side Power L Lap LapMx Maximum output per lap for the pedaling monitor on the left side Power L Last LstAv Last lap average output for the pedaling Lap Avg monitor on the left side Power L Last...
  • Page 297 ― Pedaling R Power R Watt Power R Output of the pedaling monitor on the right side Power R Avg Average output of the pedaling monitor on the right side Power R Lap LapAv Average output per lap for the pedaling monitor on the right side ・3 s.
  • Page 298 ― Pedaling Loss R Ratio of the total sum of the force in the Loss R rotation direction and vertical direction with respect to the total sum of the resultant force of the force in the rotation direction (tangential direction) and the force in the vertical direction (normal direction) in the rotation direction for one revolution of the crank for the pedaling...
  • Page 299 Power LR NsLLMx Maximum output for fixed period of the Last Lap last lap for the pedaling monitors on the Max n sec left and right sides ― Total Work Work LR Total work amount of the pedaling moni- Amount LR tors on the left and right sides Total Work Total work amount per lap for the pedal-...
  • Page 300 Efficiency LR LstAv Last lap average pedaling efficiency for Last Lap Avg the pedaling monitors on the left and right sides ― Pedaling Displays the left and right pedaling effi- Efficiency LR ciency for the pedaling monitors on the left and right sides separately Pedaling Displays the left and right average ped- Efficiency LR...
  • Page 301 Temperature Minimum air temperature ― Air Pressure Air Pressure hPa Current air pressure ― Altitude Altitude m or ft (*) Current altitude ― Elevation Elev Gain Total value for difference in elevation Gain ascended Elevation Total value for difference in elevation Gain Lap ascended per lap ―...
  • Page 302 Right Shifter Shift R Remaining battery power of right shifter System Remaining battery power of system Derailleur derailleur ― Road Surface Vibration Road Current vibration amount information Vibration Average vibration amount Vibration LapAv Average vibration amount per lap Lap Avg ・3 s.
  • Page 303 Distance to km or mile (*) DistNext Distance to guidance point Guidance Point Guidance NextTxt Text information display of guidance point Point Mes- sage Strava Live Distance to km or mile (*) Segment StartDist Distance to the start point of the segment Segment Start Point Elevation...
  • Page 304 Drawing mode Drawing side Data type Display type Power Watt ・3 s. Avg ・5 s. Avg Power n sec Avg ・Left ・10 s. Avg ・Vector display ・Right ・Torque display Pedaling Efficiency % ・Left and right ・3 s. Avg Pedaling Efficiency ・5 s.
  • Page 305 Training Drawing mode Display type 5 min 10 min Training Timer 20 min 60 min TSS™ Drawing mode Display type ― ―...
  • Page 306 Drawing mode Display type ― ― Intensity Drawing mode Display type ― ―...
  • Page 307 Level Drawing mode Display type ― ― Balance Drawing mode Display type ― ―...
  • Page 308 Pedaling efficiency Drawing mode Display type ― ― Course Drawing mode Display type ・Enable Course ・Disable ・Enable Ride history ・Disable...
  • Page 309 Profile Drawing mode Display type ・1.0 km ・5 km ・10 km ・50 km ・100 km ・200 km ・500 km Distance ・0.6 mi ・3 mi ・6 mi ・30 mi ・60 mi ・120 mi ・300 mi...
  • Page 310 Partner Drawing mode Display type ・Partner 1 ・Partner 2 Partner ・Partner 3 Cue sheet Drawing mode Display type ― ―...
  • Page 311: User Settings

    Strava Live segment Drawing mode Display type ― ― Segment profile Drawing mode Display type ― ― User Settings Register and set the user information. Set the user information correctly to ensure accurate data can be acquired.
  • Page 312 Press the [Menu] button. Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Settings] and then press the [Confirm] button. Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [User Settings] and then press the [Confirm] button.
  • Page 313 Setting item Description User Name Enter the user name. Weight Enter your weight. Enter your FTP value. Enter MMP data for each of 10 seconds, 30 seconds, 1 minute, 3 minutes, 5 minutes, 10 minutes, and 20 minutes. Check your power level (L1 to L7) based on the FTP Power Level value.
  • Page 314: System Settings

    System Settings Configure settings related to the general system of the device. Press the [Menu] button. Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Settings] and then press the [Confirm] button.
  • Page 315 Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [System] and then press the [Confirm] button.
  • Page 316 If this is enabled, pressing and holding the [Lap] button captures the screen and saves the data to a PNG file in the device internal memory (/ CA600/Pioneer/Capture/). The file name will be Capture “CAPTURE_YYYY_MM_DD_hh_mm_ss.png.” When saving completes, the “Screen capture saved.”...
  • Page 317: Performing Initialization

    Note ! When the capture function is enabled, the function to save the logging data by pressing and holding the [Lap] button while logging is stopped will not work. ■Performing Initialization You can return the device system and application settings to the default states by selecting [Initialize / Back Up] →...
  • Page 318: Performing Restoration

    Save the log data to the storage media of a separate PC or other device. ■Performing Restoration You can perform a restoration of backup data (/CA600/Pioneer/Setting/Backup.zip) by selecting [Initialize / Back Up] → [Restore] in the system settings described in the previous section.
  • Page 319: Device Settings

    ! If the firmware update fails, a message appears on the screen. Press and hold the [Power] button for 2 seconds or more to turn off the power. When updating via Wi-Fi The Wi-Fi function of the device needs to be enabled in advance. Even if you have already set Wi-Fi, press the [Confirm] button to go to the Wi-Fi setting screen if a connection via Wi-Fi is not possible.
  • Page 320 Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Device] and then press the [Confirm] button. Setting item Description Battery You can check the battery level.
  • Page 321 Enable* or disable the power saving mode and set a battery threshold value. When the power saving mode is enabled, if the remaining battery level drops to below the threshold value, a mes- sage appears and then the device switches to the power saving mode after approximately 10 seconds.
  • Page 322: Wi-fi Settings

    Note ! If the remaining battery power is at the threshold value or lower imme- diately after the device starts up in the state in which the power saving mode is enabled, a message appears and then the device switches to the power saving mode after approximately 10 seconds.
  • Page 323 Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Settings] and then press the [Confirm] button. Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Wi-Fi Settings] and then press the [Confirm] button.
  • Page 324 Setting item Description Enable Enable or disable* W-Fi connections. Display a list of the access points that the device can detect. Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select a connection destina- tion and then press the [Confirm] button. The “Select operation.” message appears. To connect, press the [Confirm] button.
  • Page 325: Bluetooth Setting

    ! The device does not support the stealth function of wireless LAN routers and wireless LAN access points. Routers and access points with the stealth function enabled are not dis- played in the connection list of the device. ! The device cannot connect to an access point that requires entering the account information using a web browser.
  • Page 326 Use the [←]/[→] buttons to select [Bluetooth Setting] and then press the [Confirm] button.
  • Page 327 Setting item Description Smartphone Connect/ Enable or disable the items (functions) to be used. Up to Power Transfer/HR four items can be enabled. Sensor/Live Partner [Smartphone Connect], [HR Sensor] are enabled by CH1/Live Partner CH2/ default.The setting of [Smartphone Connect] is always Live Partner CH3 valid and can not be changed.
  • Page 328: Linking With External Services

    Linking with External Services Strava You can synchronize the routes and segments that you created in Strava using the Cyclo-Sphere Control App on your iPhone or Android device and then import them for use on the device. You can use the log data auto transfer function by using the Cyclo-Sphere Analysis App or Cyclo-Sphere of the web service.
  • Page 329: A-gps Function

    The receiving of each notification type can be enabled or disabled from the Cyclo- Sphere Control App. A-GPS Function This device supports A-GPS (Assisted GPS) for acquiring GPS, GLONASS, and Michibiki satellite signals. The time required to determine the position of your bike immediately after startup is significantly improved by transferring the satellite information via the Cyclo-Sphere Control App to acquire satellite positions at high speed.
  • Page 330: Frequently Asked Questions

    Frequently Asked Questions Answers to questions frequently asked by customers are provided below. Q: How can I return the language setting to English? A: You can change the language in [Language] of the system settings. System Settings Q: The vectors of the pedaling graph are not displayed.
  • Page 331: Q: Can You Tell Me How The Time Is Set

    2 Connect the device to your PC and then upload from the upload button of Cyclo-Sphere. 3 Use the Cyclo-Sphere Control App on your iPhone or Android device to transfer the log data from your device using Bluetooth and then upload the log data using your phone line or Wi-Fi.
  • Page 332: Appendix

    Appendix Cautions Regarding Care, Storage, and Disposal ■About Care and Storage Make sure that the power of the device is turned off before cleaning. ! When wiping off dirt from the display, use a commercial cleaning cloth to gently clean the display. ! Use a soft dry cloth or a cloth that has been dampened and wrung out to wipe the device or the bracket.
  • Page 333 Remove the lithium-ion battery by the following procedure. Caution ! When removing the battery from the device, be careful not to injure your- self with a tool, etc. Please never attempt to disassemble the device other than to dispose of the battery.
  • Page 334: Warranty And After-sales Service

    The warranty period of this product is one year from the date of purchase. About repairs during the warranty period In the event that a failure occurs, Pioneer will repair the product in accordance with the Pioneer warranty provisions described on the warranty card.
  • Page 335 Pioneer retains performance parts to repair the device for a minimum of six years after the discontinuation of production. (Performance parts are parts that are required to maintain the functions of the product.) For questions or consultation regarding the device, contact a Pioneer service cen-...

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