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User's Guide
Please read the "Important Information for the User" in the product
box for product warnings and other important safety information.


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  • Page 1 User's Guide Cyclocomputer SGX-CA500 Please read the "Important Information for the User" in the product box for product warnings and other important safety information.
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents Introduction Application Overview..............3 CycloMeter .............. 27 Features ..............4 Viewing Pages and Performing Page Operations ..27 Option Settings ..............29 Getting Started Changing the Pageset ...........30 Pageset List ..............31 Checking Accessories/Part Names and Functions ..5 Pageset Edit ..............32 Accesories ...............5 Layout Pattern List ............33 Part Names and Functions ..........5...
  • Page 3: Overview

    Overview The manuals provided with the Cyclocomputer consist of the Quick Start Guide, the User’s Guide (this manual), and Important Information for the User. Quick Start Guide (booklet) The Quick Start Guide explains the basic operations of the Cyclocomputer. • Installation on Your Bike ( page 8) •...
  • Page 4: Features

    Display of Force Vectors and Pedaling Efficiency on the cyclocomputer requires the connection of a Pioneer Pedaling Monitor Sensor.
  • Page 5: Checking Accessories/Part Names And Functions

    Checking Accessories/Part Names and Functions Accesories [START/STOP] button Press the [START/STOP] button to start or stop logging. This product contains the following parts. Press the [START/STOP] button for more than 2 seconds to turn the power on or off. • Main unit [MENU] button Press the [MENU] button to display the menu screen.
  • Page 6: Charging

    Charging The device is not charged at the time of purchase. • For the sake of safety, the device will not charge when Charge the device with the provided USB cable before outside the temperature range of 0 °C to 45 °C. When the devices internal temperature is too high, full charge may not using it.
  • Page 7: Charging Mode Setting

    Charging Charging Mode Setting You can change the charging mode of the device. Using boost charge reduces battery charging time. • You should normally use the [Normal Charge]. • Using boost charge needs output current of 1A. Make sure the output current you use is more than 1A. •...
  • Page 8: Installation On Your Bike

    Installation on Your Bike Mount the Cyclocomputer on your bike. Check the position of the fixed lever on the bracket. Caution Check the red circle on the right side of the fixed lever. If • When you mount the Cyclocomputer on your bike, be sure you do not see it, the device cannot be attached.
  • Page 9 Installation on Your Bike To detach the device Push the fixed lever into the left. Push the fixed lever until the red circle on the right side To detach the device from the handlebar mount, press the is hidden. fixed lever to the right, a red circle will appear next to the device when unlocked.
  • Page 10: Installing Sensors

    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. For details, refer to "Pairing Sensors" in the "Basic Operations"...
  • Page 11: Turning Power On/Off

    Turning Power On/Off Turning Power On Press the [START/STOP] button for more than 2 seconds. An opening message will appear and the Cyclocomputer will begin start up. • First time power up will automatically display the setup screen. Initial Setup (page 12) Power Down Press the [START/STOP] button for more than 2 seconds.
  • Page 12: Initial Setup

    Initial Setup When you turn the device on for the first time, the Initial Tap [Date & Time] and set the date and the time. Setup screen is displayed. • You can also later change the settings you configure on the Initial Setup screen using "System"...
  • Page 13: Pairing Sensors

    Pairing Sensors Pair the SGY-PM910H/PM900H Pedaling Monitor Sensor or Tap [Device Type] and then select the type of other ANT+ sensors to the device. sensor(s) you wish to pair. Before connecting the sensors • Make sure that the sensors that you want to pair are activated.
  • Page 14 Pairing Sensors Specifying the device number Tap [Search]. The message “Searching Please wait.” appears. If the If you specify the sensor device number, follow the sensors are paired, the information from the sensors is procedures listed below before pairing the sensor. displayed.
  • Page 15: How To Operate The Touch Panel

    How to Operate the Touch Panel The display of this device is a touch panel for direct Drag operation. To move an item on the screen, simply touch the item with your finger and move it to the new location. Quickly touch an item on the screen to select or confirm it.
  • Page 16: Operations List

    How to Operate the Touch Panel Operations List Inputting Text An input screen will appear when text or numeric input is Scrolling a List required. Dragging a list scrolls it. 10-key Pad Input A 10-key pad is displayed on the input screen for alphanumeric characters and symbols.
  • Page 17 How to Operate the Touch Panel Inputting Alphanumeric characters and symbols When inputting an alphanumeric character or a symbol, tap the same key several times until the character or symbol you want to input is displayed. For example, if you want to input “bike”, tap the keys as follows.
  • Page 18: Home Screen

    Home screen Viewing the Home Screen and Customizing the Home Screen Performing Home Screen Operations Arranging Home Screen Shortcut Icons The home screen can be used to start up various device Use the procedure below to arrange application shortcut applications. icons on the home screen.
  • Page 19 Home screen Deleting a Shortcut Icon from the Home Screen Drag the shortcut icon to the location you wish to move it and release your finger. Use the procedure below to delete a shortcut icon from the This moves the shortcut icon to the new location. home screen.
  • Page 20: Workout

    Basic Workout Flow This device is designed to log a variety of sensor data as well as GPS location data during your workout. In this device, the beginning of the training to the end of the training is called “ workout”. Basic Flow of the Workout Workout Timer...
  • Page 21: Saving Log Data

    PC via the USB connection. Press and hold the [LAP] button for more than 2 second. The log data is saved, and the timer is reset. The log data is saved in the device “\Pioneer\Log” folder.
  • Page 22: Auto Pause/Resume Settings

    Auto Pause/Resume Settings Configuring Auto Pause/Resume The Auto Pause/Resume function automatically pauses and resumes logging whenever a preset speed is attained while Conditions logging is in progress. You can configure speed and condition settings as needed Auto Pause/Resume conditions specify the speed at which for Auto Pause/Resume.
  • Page 23: Reminder Settings

    Reminder Settings The Reminder function displays a message when you start riding without logging. When the Reminder function is set to on, the message is displayed every minute that you keep riding without logging. • The Reminder function determines you are riding by one of the values of speed, cadence, or power. It may not operate depending on the GPS Speed setting, or the conditions of the sensor connection or GPS reception.
  • Page 24: Auto Lap Settings

    Auto Lap Settings The Auto Lap function automatically records a lap without the [LAP] button needing to be pressed, whenever a preset time, distance, or point is attained. Enabling and disabling Auto Lap On the home screen, tap the [Settings] icon. This displays the settings menu.
  • Page 25 Auto Lap Settings Configure the detailed trigger settings. The setting items below can be specified according to the selected trigger. Trigger Setting Item Description Location Lap Location Registers a point as an auto lap location where the [LAP] button is pressed while logging is in progress, and from the next time when passing nearby the auto lap location, records a lap automatically.
  • Page 26: Transferring The Data

    Cyclo-Sphere. Connect the device to your PC with the USB cable that came with the device. If the automatic upload of ride log data is set on “Pioneer Cycle Cloud Connect”, Cyclo-Sphere login ID and password input screens are displayed.
  • Page 27: Cyclometer

    CycloMeter Viewing Pages and Performing CycloMeter is the main application on this device. It provides the trip data of your bike ride. When the device is turned on, Page Operations CycloMeter is activated first. The CycloMeter screen consists of pages and data fields. A variety of information is displayed as a data field on the page.
  • Page 28 CycloMeter Changing Screen Brightness Changing the Data Type of a Data Field Swipe the screen upwards or downwards to adjust screen You can change the data type by swiping upwards or brightness to one of ten levels (1 to 10). downwards while a data field is zoomed.
  • Page 29: Option Settings

    Transferring the Data Option Settings Data Field Types A data field can be a "numerical" type or a "graph" type. Option settings are CycloMeter settings. Numerical type Press the [MENU] button. This displays the Main menu. A value type displays information obtained from a sensor as numeric values.
  • Page 30: Changing The Pageset

    Transferring the Data Changing the Pageset Use the procedure below to change the Pageset displayed by CycloMeter. You can choose from among five Pageset settings. • You can also edit the contents of each Pageset. Pageset Edit (page 32) • For information about factory default Pagesets, refer to "Pageset List"...
  • Page 31: Pageset List

    Transferring the Data Pageset List The following shows the contents of the factory default Pageset 1. Pageset 1 Page 1 Page 2 Page 3 Page 4 Page 5 Page 6...
  • Page 32: Pageset Edit

    Transferring the Data Pageset Edit Changing the Page Layout Use the procedure below to change the number of data You can use the procedures in this section to edit the fields and the layout displayed for each page. contents of the Pageset you select with "Pageset Select". Option Settings (page 29) •...
  • Page 33: Layout Pattern List

    Transferring the Data Layout Pattern List Data Fields Settings The device has 16 patterns that can be used as page Use the procedure below to edit the display contents of data layouts. fields displayed on each page. The data field types and the number of data fields that can On the CycloMeter screen, long touch the data be displayed depend on the page layout pattern.
  • Page 34: Data Field Type/Pattern List

    Transferring the Data Data Field Type/Pattern List Numerical type Settings for the items in the table below can be configured for numerical type data fields. • Data Category Specifies the category of the display data. • Data Type Specifies the data type as average, maximum, etc. •...
  • Page 35 Transferring the Data Data Category Data Type Display Type Label Sub-label HeartRate HeartRate • Heart Rate ― • %HRR Heart Rate WO Max Heart Rate WO Mx • %MAX Heart Rate Lap Max Heart Rate Lap Mx • ZONE Heart Rate WO Avg Heart Rate WO Av Heart Rate Lap Avg...
  • Page 36 Transferring the Data Data Category Data Type Display Type Label Sub-label Pedaling L Power L • Watt Power L ― Power L WO Max Power L WO Mx Power L Lap Max Power L Lap Mx Power L WO Avg Power L WO Av Power L Lap Avg...
  • Page 37 Transferring the Data Data Category Data Type Display Type Label Sub-label Pedaling LR Power LR • Watt Power LR ― • %FTP Power LR WO Max Power LR WO Mx • Power LR Lap Max Power LR Lap Mx • LEVEL Power LR WO Avg Power LR...
  • Page 38 Transferring the Data Graph type • The graph type data field may be limited to the size of the data field that can be inserted. Layout Pattern List (page 33) Pedaling Chart Item Parameter View Mode • Vector Chart • Torque Chart View Side •...
  • Page 39: History Viewer

    History Viewer History Viewer is an application for viewing workout logs. Deleting history data You can use it to view a summary of each lap, totals, etc. Selecting the history data other than [Current] displays You can activate History Viewer by tapping the History the [Delete] button at the bottom of the list on the [History Viewer icon on the home or launcher screen.
  • Page 40: Wi-Fi Logup

    Wi-Fi LogUp Cyclo-Sphere Settings Wi-Fi LogUp is an application for uploading the log data in the device to the Cyclo-Sphere analysis service via Wi-Fi. Specify a user account in Cyclo-Sphere to upload log data The log data can be uploaded easily, without connecting the via Wi-Fi.
  • Page 41: Log Data Upload

    Wi-Fi LogUp Log Data Upload Auto Upload If the Auto Upload function is set to on, the Wi-Fi connection Use the procedure below to upload the log data in the device is started automatically after the timer is reset to stop via Wi-Fi.
  • Page 42: Zerocal

    ZeroCal ZeroCal is an application for calibrating the zero point of the left and right sensors of the Pedaling Monitor Sensor SGY- PM910H/PM900H series. With these simple procedures, you can calibrate the zero point, check the force preview, and clear the temperature learning data of both the left and right sides.
  • Page 43: Settings

    Cyclocomputer Settings Configure Cyclocomputer settings using the "Settings" menu. To display the Settings menu, tap the [Settings] icon on the home screen. • You can also display the Settings menu while CycloMeter is running by pressing the [MENU] button and then tapping [Settings].
  • Page 44: Bike Select

    Cyclocomputer Settings Bike Select Use the setting below to change the bike being used. Setting Item Description (Bike name) Change the bike being used. The device can have up to six bikes registered to it. • If the bike is changed, the registered sensor setting will also change automatically. When you change the bike, make sure that the sensor is connected with the device.
  • Page 45: Logging

    Cyclocomputer Settings Logging Use the settings below to configure the logging operation. Settings marked with an asterisk (*) are initial factory defaults. Setting Item Description Auto Lap Enable or disable* Auto Lap. Select the check box to enable Auto Lap. Auto Lap Settings (page 24) Auto Pause/Resume Enable* or disable Auto Pause/Resume.
  • Page 46 Cyclocomputer Settings Setting Item Description Language Specify the device’s display language. • Deutsch • English • Español • Français • Italiano • Nederlands • Date & Time Time Zone Specify a time zone. Date Set the current date. Time Set the current time. 24-Hour Format Select the check box to display time in 24-hour format.
  • Page 47 Cyclocomputer Settings Calibrating the Touch Panel Tap all four square marks within 30 seconds. Touch panel calibration will be completed after tapping Use the procedure below to calibrate the touch panel to the four square marks within the allowed time. ensure correct response when you touch the screen with After the message "Calibration completed."...
  • Page 48 Cyclocomputer Settings Built-in Flash Memory Format Format the built-in flash memory. • All data in the built-in flash memory will be erased when it is formatted. • When the device is connected to the PC with USB cable, disconnect it before you format the flash memory. On the home screen, tap the [Settings] icon.
  • Page 49: Rider Edit

    Cyclocomputer Settings Rider Edit Use the settings below to register and edit rider information. • Correctly configured rider information is required in order to obtain accurate data. Setting Item Description Total Distance Displays the total distance that the rider has traveled with all six bikes. Total Time Displays the total time that the rider has traveled with all six bikes.
  • Page 50: Sensor Settings

    Sensor Settings Sensor On/Off Checking Sensor Information Use the procedure below to turn sensors connected to the Use the procedure below to check connected sensor device bike on or off. information and to check the status of a sensor. On the home screen, tap the [Sensors] icon. On the home screen, tap the [Sensors] icon.
  • Page 51 Sensor Settings Sensor Calibration A calibration menu is also displayed in sensor information when the sensor device type is [Pedaling Monitor L], [Pedaling Monitor R], or [Power]. When the device type is [Pedaling Monitor L] or [Pedaling Monitor R] The items shown below are displayed in sensor information. Setting Item Description Force Preview...
  • Page 52 Sensor Settings Performing PowerMeter Calibration PowerMeter calibration ensures that PowerMeter information is received correctly. • Refer to the PowerMeter Installation Manual for information about mounting PowerMeter. On the home screen, tap the [Sensors] icon. Tap [Power] - [Calibration] - [Start Calibration]. This starts PowerMeter calibration.
  • Page 53: Initialize

    Initialize Initialize returns the device system and application settings Initialized, Backed Up, and Restored Data to their initial factory defaults. The table below shows what settings are affected by initialize, backup, and restore operations. • If the device is connected to a PC with the USB cable, disconnect the USB cable from the PC before initializing.
  • Page 54: Backup

    For information about what data is backed up, refer to The backup data is stored in the device built-in flash "Initialized, Backed Up, and Restored Data" under "Initialize" page 53). memory in a folder named "\Pioneer\Setting\". • Riding log data is not included in backed up data. Save •...
  • Page 55: Restore

    6). Copy the backup data to the device. Copy the backup data from your PC to the folder in the device built-in flash memory named "\Pioneer\Setting\". Unplug the USB cable from the device's USB connector. On the home screen, tap the [Settings] icon.
  • Page 56: Update

    Update Updating the Firmware Update performs an update of the device's firmware. • Charge the device before the update. If the device is not You can update the device’s firmware by transferring update charged fully, the message appears and the update cannot data from the server to the device.
  • Page 57 • If the downloaded firmware data is destroyed or network • To update the firmware, you need to install the “Pioneer errors occur, a message appears. Cycle Cloud Connect” application on your PC. • If the firmware update is not successful, [FAILURE] is Refer to the support page for instructions on how to install displayed on the screen.
  • Page 58: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting If you have problems with your device, check the following items. If you cannot find a solution to your problem here, contact your dealer. Will not power up. Cause Solution The battery is not charged. Charge the battery. Charging the Device (page 6) The temperature of the device may be too high or low.
  • Page 59 Troubleshooting Cannot pair sensors with the device. Cause Solution Multiple sensors are activated. Bring the device closer to the sensor you want to pair with or specify the sensor device number and then try pairing. Pairing Sensors (page 13) The battery of the sensor is almost empty. Replace the battery with a new one.
  • Page 60: About Error Messages

    About Error Messages Message Cause Solution Charging impossible You tried to charge the battery outside the Charge the battery in the charging temperature charging temperature range of 0 °C to 45 °C. You range of 0 °C to 45 °C. If you turn off the device cannot charge the battery outside the charging when the battery is charging, the temperature does temperature range of 0 °C to 45 °C for safety...
  • Page 61: Care, Maintenance, And Storage

    Care, Maintenance, and Storage Make sure that the power of the device is turned off before [For American Users, Canadian Users] cleaning. Follow applicable laws and regulations for transport, shipping, and disposal of batteries. For details on recycling • Use a commercial cleaning cloth to clean the display. the lithium-ion battery, please contact a government recycling •...
  • Page 62: Specifications

    Specifications Weight: About 75 g Dimensions: 58 mm (W) x 58 mm (H) x 19 mm (D) (without projection parts) Connector: microUSB Water resistant: This device has a water resistance rating of IPX-6/IPX-7. Communications method (sensors): ANT+ wireless Communications method (network): Wi-Fi Positioning system (latitude, longitude): GPS Positioning system (altitude):...
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