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Installation Manual (for installing only)
SGY-PM910H
Important Information for the User

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  • Page 1 Installation Manual (for installing only) SGY-PM910H Important Information for the User...
  • Page 2 Table of Contents Introduction Pairing and Calibrating Getting Ready Troubleshooting Installing the Sensors Specifications and Support fi...
  • Page 3 Features This product is a sensor system that analyzes the pedaling of a bicycle in real time. It calculates the direction and intensity of the force acting on the pedals and calculates pedaling efficiency. Description of components Strain gauge unit: Magnet: Transmitters: Product mode...
  • Page 4 Manuals User’s Manual: Installation Manual (for dealers): Important Information for the User: Compatibility  Crank sets Crank sets Remarks Installing, pairing, and calibrating the product requires specialized techniques and tools. Ask the installation center or distributor to install, pair, and calibrate it.
  • Page 5 Product Configuration SGY-PM910H2 Pedaling monitor sensor (left side) ① ② ③ ④ Pedaling monitor sensor (right side) ① ② ③ ④ ⑤ Magnet Others...
  • Page 6 fi SGY-PM910HL Pedaling monitor sensor (left side) ① ② ③ ④ Magnet Others SGY-PM910HR Pedaling monitor sensor (right side) ① ② ③ ④ ⑤ Magnet Patch type Arm type (right side) Others • User’s Manual (this document) • Warranty Card •...
  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    Before Starting Installation Installing, pairing, and calibrating the product requires specialized techniques and tools. Ask the installation center or distributor to install, pair, and calibrate it. Preparing for Installation Checking the tools you are using (page ) Preparing adhesive for sensors (page ) Cleaning the crank (page Installation Procedure Checking operation of the sensors (page 11)
  • Page 8: Checking The Tools You Are Using (page )

    Checking the Tools You are Using  Installation  Calibration...
  • Page 9: Preparing Adhesive For Sensors (page )

    Preparing Adhesive for Sensors Heat the adhesive for the sensors in hot water at 60°C for five minutes. Example:...
  • Page 10: Cleaning The Crank

    Cleaning the Crank Use rags, with solvent (alcohol etc.) that will not damage the cranks, to clean the part of the cranks shown in the diagram, and continue cleaning until no dirt is left on the rag after wiping the crank. Left side Right side Use a new rag to finish up by wiping the cranks dry.
  • Page 11: Checking Operation Of The Sensors

    Checking Operation of the Sensors Remove the right transmitter’s cover. Remove the left transmitter’s battery cover. Remove the batteries to check the conditions of the LEDs. Left side Right side...
  • Page 12 Applying Lubricant to the Battery Terminals Any time the battery cover is removed, or the battery terminals are accessible, apply a small amount of lubricant WD40 to the battery terminals at the points where they contact the battery, using a pen-type applicator such as that shown. WD-40 If a pen-type applicator is not available, do not use a spray type applicator directly, but first transfer a small amount of lubricant to a cotton tip and apply it using this.
  • Page 13 Install the batteries Left side Right side . Check the LED display. The transmitter starts when the batteries are installed. The LEDs of the transmitters light as follows depending on the actual sensor mode. Water-proof packing • When it is in pedaling monitor mode: The LEDs light green for 10 seconds •...
  • Page 14: Checking The Position To Install The Sensors And Setting The Guide For Installing The Sensors

    Checking the Position to Install the Sensors and Setting the Guide for Installing the Sensors Right side Fit the right sensor guide to the right crank. Confirm that there are no deep scratches in the area (diagram below) where the strain gauge unit is installed.
  • Page 15 Left side Insert the left crank into the left sensor guide. Fit the left strain gauge unit guide to the left sensor guide. Confirm that there are no deep scratches in the area (diagram below) where the strain gauge unit is installed. Use tape to lightly fasten the left strain gauge unit guide to the crank so the edges do not lift up.
  • Page 16: Setting Up The Pressure Bonding Tool

    Setting up the Pressure Bonding Tool Mount the pressure bonding tool on the table, turn the knob counterclockwise to raise the pressure bonding surface to the top. Insert the adapter so the arrow points to the right and use a clamp to fix it in position.
  • Page 17: Attaching The Sensors

    Attaching the Sensors Applying the Adhesive Remove the non-adhesive backing paper from the strain gauge units. Left side Right side Use needle nose pliers to grab the cap of the adhesive, rotate the cap 90 degrees and then pull it off. Put the tube of adhesive into the caulking gun for the adhesive for the sensors.
  • Page 18 Remove any excess adhesive. Squeeze adhesive onto the palette. Apply the adhesive to the left and right strain gauge units in the areas within the dotted lines (diagram below).
  • Page 19 Bonding the Sensors Attaching the right strain gauge unit and the junction box Attach the right strain gauge unit along the right side guide. Remove the non-adhesive backing paper from the junction box. Attach the junction box along the right side guide. Remove the right side guide from the right crank, and use your fingers to press down firmly and uniformly on the strain gauge unit and the junction box.
  • Page 20 Attaching the left strain gauge unit Attach the left strain gauge unit along the left strain gauge unit guide straight. Remove the left sensor guide and the left strain gauge unit guide from the left crank. After pressing on the two-sided tape part on the edges of the strain gauge unit, use your finger to smooth it out three times to evenly spread the adhesive of the strain gauge unit.
  • Page 21 Turn the knob on the pressure bonding tool clockwise. Keep the pressure bonding tool in place and do not disturb it until the adhesive hardens.
  • Page 22 Check the hardness of the adhesive on the palette. Lightly Lightly After allowing enough time for the adhesive to harden, turn the knob on the pressure bonding tool counterclockwise to remove the crank.
  • Page 23 Installing the right transmitter Attach the left sensor guide to the left crank on which the strain gauge unit was installed. Remove the non-adhesive backing paper from the back of the left transmitter. Attach the left transmitter along the left sensor guide.
  • Page 24 Remove the left sensor guide from the left crank, then tightly grip the transmitter and crank and firmly press the two-sided tape area. Attaching the strain gauge unit cover FC-9000 FC-6800 Remove the non-adhesive backing paper from the back of the strain gauge unit cover. Align the protrusion on the strain gauge unit cover with the groove on the junction box, and insert it.
  • Page 25 Attach the strain gauge unit cover to the crank. Use your fingers to press firmly on the two-sided tape on the strain gauge unit cover.
  • Page 26 Assembling the Chainring and Installing the Right Transmitter...
  • Page 27 Before Pairing and Calibrating Pairing and Calibrating Procedure Anchoring the bicycle and installing the crank (page Switching the modes of the Cyclocomputer SGX-CA500 (page Pairing the pedaling monitor sensor (page Calibrating a highly precise zero point (page Setting the crank length and calibrating weight (page Calibrating the with a load on the pedals (page Checking the calibration (page Anchoring the Bicycle and Installing the Crank...
  • Page 28 Switching the Modes of the Cyclocomputer SGX-CA500 Press the [START/STOP] button of the Cyclocomputer SGX-CA500 for at least 2 seconds to turn on the power. After starting the CycloMeter, press the [MENU] button. Tap [Settings] - [System] - [Service Code]. Enter “78”...
  • Page 29 Pairing the Pedaling Monitor Sensor Check that the right transmitter and the left transmitter are in “Pedaling monitor mode”. Rotate the bicycle’s crank set more than three rotations to start the left and right transmitters. Press the [MENU] button on the SGX-CA500 and then tap [Sensors]. Tap [Connect New].
  • Page 30 Tap [Device Type] and then [Pedaling Monitor R]. Tap [Search]. Check the information about the sensor.
  • Page 31 Specifying the Device Number to Pair it Check [Specified Search] in the sensor’s pairing menu. Tap [Device Number]. Enter the device number and tap...
  • Page 32 Checking Device Numbers Left side: Transmitter Right side: Junction box : 00001...
  • Page 33 Calibration Calibrating a Highly Precise Zero Point Confirm the distance from the face of the crank arm to the center of the pedal to be used with the system. fi Screw the “R” end of the calibration pedal bolt into the pedal hole of the crank, adjust it so the length from the surface of the crank to the outer groove is the length confirmed in step 1.
  • Page 34 Hang the calibration weight onto the outer groove of the calibration pedal bolt. Use double-sided tape to attach a spirit level to the center of the spider arm. Remove the calibration weight. Point the crank arm down and adjust the angle so the level indicates it is perpendicular. In the sensor screen of the SGX-CA500, tap [Pedaling Monitor R] and then [Calibration (Precision Zero)] in order.
  • Page 35 Tap [Start Calibration]. Setting the Crank Length and Calibrating Weight After performing the high accuracy zero point calibration press and hold the [MENU] button to return to the previous screen and then tap [Crank Length Setting]. Tap [Crank Length] and enter the length of the crank, then tap...
  • Page 36 Tap [Send Crank Length] to send the length of the crank to the pedaling monitor sensors. Press and hold the [MENU] button to return to the previous screen and then tap [Weight for Calibration]. Input the total weight of the weight and the calibration pedal bolt, then tap Example using a dumbbell...
  • Page 37 Calibrating with a Load on the Pedals Hang the calibration weight in the groove on the calibration pedal bolt so it does not swing. Point the crank arm downward, and confirm that the level indicates it is perpendicular. In the sensor screen of the SGX-CA500, tap [Pedaling Monitor R] and then [Calibration (Radial)] in order. Tap [Start Calibration].
  • Page 38 Point the crank arm forward, rotate the rear wheel so the spirit level is horizontal and use the rear brake to lock the rear wheel in place. In the sensor screen of the SGX-CA500, tap [Pedaling Monitor R] and then [Calibration (Tangential)] in order.
  • Page 39 Checking the Calibration Force Preview Point the crank arm down and adjust the angle so the level indicates it is perpendicular. In the sensor screen of the SGX-CA500, tap [Pedaling Monitor R] and then [Force Preview] in order. Confirm that the values that appear on the SGX-CA500 Force Preview are within the range shown below. Hang the calibration weight onto the outer groove of the calibration pedal bolt.
  • Page 40 Confirm that the values that appear on the SGX-CA500 Force Preview are within the range shown below. Point the crank arm forward, rotate the rear wheel so the spirit level is horizontal and use the rear brake to lock the rear wheel in place. Confirm that the values that appear on the SGX-CA500 Force Preview are within the range shown below.
  • Page 41 Confirm that the calibration weight and crank length are set correctly. Checking the Pedaling Display...
  • Page 42 Example:H2 When Finalize HL/HR/H ① ② button is pressed; ④ ③...
  • Page 43 When Finalize H2 button is pressed; ⑤ ⑥ 2015/05/13 11:31:16. NGTP000987JP 2015041401 APM_S Magnet Calibration Cleared Magnet Calibration Completed...
  • Page 44 Troubleshooting  Installation Solution Symptom Cause User Dealer Installation Center...
  • Page 45 Solution Symptom Cause User Dealer Installation Center  Magnet Solution Symptom Cause User Dealer...
  • Page 46  Sensor Connection Solution Symptom Cause User Dealer...
  • Page 47 Solution Symptom Cause User Dealer  Calibration Solution Symptom Cause User Dealer Installation Center...
  • Page 48 Solution Symptom Cause User Dealer Installation Center...
  • Page 49 Solution Symptom Cause User Dealer Installation Center  Display Solution Symptom Cause User Dealer Installation Center...
  • Page 50 Solution Symptom Cause User Dealer Installation Center...
  • Page 51 Solution Symptom Cause User Dealer Installation Center...
  • Page 52 Error codes Code Description of error Data (radial) Data (tangential)
  • Page 53 Care, Maintenance, and Storage...
  • Page 54 Specifications Weight : SGY-PM910H2 right side + left side About 62 g : SGY-PM910HL left side About 22 g : SGY-PM910HR right side About 40 g Dimensions : right side 58.3 mm(W) × 46.1 mm(H) × 21.3 mm(D) 78 mm(W) × 36.7 mm(H) × 7.3 mm(D) : left side 92.5 mm(W) ×...
  • Page 55 PIONEER CORPORATION PIONEER ELECTRONICS (USA) INC. PIONEER ELECTRONICS OF CANADA INC. PIONEER EUROPE NV <CWW8293-B> EU...

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