Use masking tape to temporarily attach the Magnet Patch ............12 3.1.2 Rotate the rank to confirm the position of the magnets.............. 12 3.1.3 Temporarily affix the Magnet....................... 13 3.1.4 Turn the crank slowly........................13 Magnet Detection (For cycle computer other than Pioneer) ............... 13...
3.2.1 Preparations ..........................13 3.2.2 Detecting the Magnet Position ..................... 13 Magnet Calibration （Using the SGX-CA500） ................. 14 3.3.1 Preparations ..........................14 3.3.2 Detection of Magnet Position ......................14 3.3.3 Fixing the Magnets ........................15 3.3.4 Magnet Calibration ........................15 Pairing with the Cyclocomputer .........................
Confirm the products The operations necessary to install the Pedaling Monitor System on the customer’s bicycle depend on which System it is; SGY-PM910HL/HR or SGY-PM910H2, and on which cycle computer is being used; SGX-CA500, SGX-CA900, or some other manufacturer’s product.
1.2.3 For the SGY-PM910HL/HR/(HL+HR)/H2 with a SGX- CA500 Pedaling MonitorMode: 1. [3.1Temporarily affix the Magnet]: Attach the left and right magnet(s) to the frame temporarily. 2. [2.1 Mode Switching]: Switch to Pedaling Monitor Mode. Using a SGX-CA500 with Firmware of Version 20150501.02.43 or higher, input the device number of either or both sensors and switch the mode to Pedaling Monitor Mode.
・The firmware version of SGX-CA500 needs to be 20150501.02.43 or higher. If it is of a different version, update the firmware. Refer to the User's Guide (For WEB) of SGX-CA500 regarding how to update or any other operation method. http://pioneer-cyclesports.com/us-en/support/products/http://pioneer-cyclesports.com/jp/support/products/ 2.1.1 Press the menu button on the CycloMeter screen of SGX-CA500.
2.1.4 Enter the device number and tap [ The device numbers are printed on the right junction box and on the side of the left sensor. 2.1.5 Rotate the bicycle’s crank set more than three rotations to start the left and right transmitters.
•The firmware version of SGX-CA500 needs to be 20150501.02.43 or higher. If it is of a different version, update the firmware. Refer to the User's Guide (For WEB) of SGX-CA500 regarding how to update. http://pioneer-cyclesports.com/us-en/support/products/ The mode can be switched in two ways.
By pushing the push switch in the right transmitter for more than 3 seconds, the LEDs on the right transmitter blink green. When communication with the left transmitter is enabled, the LEDs on the left and right transmitters rapidly blink orange. Confirm that the LEDs on the left and right transmitters blink when the mode is switched.
2.2.2 [Method 2] Switch the mode on SGX-CA500 Go to the mode switching screen. 184.108.40.206 If the left and right sensors are checked, tap [Dual Power]. The mode switching completion screen opens. In this state, the cyclocomputer is still not paired with the sensor.
・The firmware version of SGX-CA500 needs to be 20150501.02.43 or higher. If it is of a different version, update the firmware. Refer to the User's Guide (For WEB) of SGX-CA500 regarding how to update. http://pioneer-cyclesports.com/us-en/support/products/ The mode can be switched in two ways. Select according to the actual sensor mode.
3 Magnet Detection and Calibration Temporarily affix the Magnet 3.1.1 Use masking tape to temporarily attach the Magnet Patch The adhesive on the back of the Magnet Patch is very strong, so do not remove the backing paper until the Magnet position is confirmed.
Turn the crank slowly. Check that the magnet does not come in contact with the senso. Magnet Detection (For cycle computer other than Pioneer) If using a cycle computer other than Pioneer, the magnet position can be checked as follows. 3.2.1 Preparations Set the bicycle on a roller or other stand.
Pedaling Mode. ・The firmware of the SGX-CA500 must be version 20150501.02.43 or higher. If this is not the case, please update the firmware. Details of how to do this are available on the following website. http://pioneer-cyclesports.com/jp/support/products/ 3.3.1 Preparations Use a roller or other stand to hold the bicycle upright with the front and back wheels at the same height.
3.3.3 Fixing the Magnets Being careful not to move the Magnets from their measured position, fix the Magnets in place. Remove the masking tape on one side of the Magnet only. Remove the backing tape on the back of the Magnet, and affix it permanently to the position in which it had been temporarily affixed.
4 Pairing with the Cyclocomputer This section describes how to pair the installed pedaling monitor sensors on your bicycle to the SGX-CA500 Cyclocomputer. If you are using this product with a Cyclocomputer from another manufacturer, the method of pairing is different. Refer to the User’s Manual of the Cyclocomputer you are using.
Press [Search]. If the [Error Rate] shows an [OK} result, then connection has been successful. If the search continues for more than a minute, go back to 4.1Check the sensor modes. 1 to restart the sensor and try the search again.. Pairing of the right transmitter is completed.
5 Zero Calibration Zero Calibration can be performed using the Cycle Compuｔer SGX-CA500 1 Place the bicycle in a vertical, level position (Both wheels at the same height)using a roller or stand. 2 Rotate the crank at least three times to start up both sensors. 3 Place the crank arm in a vertical position (with the pedals attached) Select Zero Calibration.
Checking the Calibration Results Check that the sensor has been calibrated correctly. 5.3.1 Check that the crank is detecting no load. In the Force Preview screen of the SGX-CA500, the figures shown should be within the following range. Tangential Force : 0 +/- 3N Radial Force: 0 +/- 3N If numbers outside this range are shown, it is possible that the crank moved during the calibration.
6 Copy pedal Copy pedal is enabled only in pedaling monitor mode. If only the sensor on one side is operating, you can copy the data on the other side also to display it for both sides on the Cyclocomputer and record it in the log. You can select copy pedal of the current bike and set the balance. Press the menu button on the CycloMeter screen.
7 Operation Check(Using the SGX-CA500 only) Using the pedaling monitor mode only：• After Completing 3.3Magnet Calibration and 5Zero Calibration ride the bicycle to confirm that the Pedaling Vectors are shown correctly on the CycloComputer Display. If the Vector directions are not correct, it is possible that Magnet Calibration was not done correctly, so try again. If the Vectors are not shown, check if the sensors are in Power Meter Mode.
8 Troubleshooting Question Answer Pedaling Monitor A long push on the button The operation of the Mode Change Sensor in the right transmitter function is different in the SGY- SGY- does not change the PM910H2. The same is true if the PM910H2/HL/H Mode.
It is not possible to change the mode of a lone sensor. After replacing the For the SGY-PM910H2, or an batteries, the system does updated SGY-PM910H, removal of not return to Pedaling the battoery does not clear the Mode.
Question Answer Cyclecomputer There is no menu for Update the SGX-CA500 switching modes. cyclecomputer to the latest firmware version. The menu should then be available under [Options] -> [Pedaling Settings] -> [Mode Switching] It is not possible to switch The SGY-PM910H sensors are not modes using the SGX- capable of Mode Switching.
Question Answer Cyclecomputer In Magnet Calibration Once the count increasing with Mode on the SGX-CA500, each rotation has been confirmed, the results of the with the magnets attached calibration cannot be temporarily, Fix the magnets in place stored. and press the [Measure] button. The display will show the count as 0/5.
9 Error Code (Using the SGX-CA500) An error code is displayed if an error occurs while doing calibrations. Code Description of error Correspondence 2 Insufficient battery poweｒ Battery exchange 3 There is a possibility of disconnection. Please contact your dealer or service representative. 1.it is possible that the crank moved during the calibration.