Know your riding, and pursue your ideal form.
Next-Generation High-Performance Cycle Computer Slim, lightweight advanced form. Real-time display of over 100 types of data with support for ANT+™ and Wi-Fi. Take it training, racing, or wherever you ride.
By updating the SGX-CA500 it is possible to use the "Training Assistance function".
The various training menus created in the Cyclo-Sphere are sent to the SGX-CA500, which guides training.
Menu *Step notifications are displayed when necessary with a sound and a pop-up display.
Also, the SGX-CA500 now has an interval timer function, and the target power value can be freely set for warm-up, interval, rest, and cooldown times.
A useful function for athletes who are already doing their own power training.
*The menu can hold up to 30 items in memory on the SGX-CA500.
The slim, lightweight body is designed for practical situations,
and fitted with a 1.87-inch monochrome LCD featuring high outdoor visibility,
and IPX6/IPX7-equivalent water resistance for use in even the harshest training or racing environments.
Link up with SGY-PM910H2, SGY-PM910H or SGY-PM900H series pedaling monitor sensors
to measure "force magnitude" and "force angle" at 12 positions per pedal rotation, independent for each leg.
Displaying a real-time graphical representation of pedaling conditions makes
new forms of specialized pedaling skill improvement training possible.
ANT+™ sensor support allows connection to a variety of sensors,
providing real-time access to a wide variety of data.
Pedaling graph, pedaling efficiency, power, balance, distance, speed*, heart rate*, temperature, atmosphere, elevation, gradient, and more.
Over 100 types of measurable data available.
With 16 layout patterns, measurement reporting can be adapted to training, races,
and any other setting in which an athlete might perform.
* ANT+™ standard sensor required.
The SGX-CA500 now displays a wide variety of transmission information,
such as the number of front and rear teeth, gear ratios, and battery information,
that can be displayed on-screen, graphically or numerically.
Gear changing technique is essential for any cycling athlete as it allows the maintenance of speed in a variety of conditions,
preserves stable cadence and torque, and prevents fatigue while riding.
Transmission information can also be used as log data (total number of gear shifts, average gear shift intervals)
for "Cyclosphere", our online analysis tool.
By comparing the transmission information against other data, you can gather new insights for your training and racing analysis.
|Compatible Di2 Systems|
|Additional Systems Necessary for the Above|
|Wireless Transmission Unit||SM-EWW01（SHIMANO)|
By Shintaro Suda (WALKRIDE Corp.)
The resistive-film system touch panel is easy to operate, even wearing full-finger gloves.
Intuitive controls allow easy zooming and scrolling. The screen can also be customized to suit specific purposes.
A tactile hardware button changes laps for ease of operation while riding, with an additional auto-lap function.
After riding, connect the SGX-CA500 via Wi-Fi* to upload log data to Cyclo-Sphere, our data analysis web service.
Data can also be checked immediately on tablets or other portable devices, without the need to connect to a PC via USB.
*Wi-Fi Internet connection required.
By inputting data like FTP (the maximum amount of power an athlete can maintain for one hour), CP (the amount of power an athlete can maintain for a set time), AWC (the maximum amount of work producible from an anaerobic energy system) and maximum oxygen intake into the "SGX-CA900" cycle computer, calculate high-level data for your ride.
Set a customizable GPS logging interval and create a detailed recording of speed, path taken, and other data.
* By inputting an athlete's FTP, power data can be returned as a % FTP value.
* By inputting an athlete's maximum oxygen intake, calorie expenditure can be calculated.
By viewing past data before departure, set a new value as the goal of the day's ride.
After the ride, compare the two sets of data (previous and current ride data) to easily evaluate performance.
* For detailed analysis of data, please use our analysis web service Cyclo-Sphere.
|Weight||About 75 g|
|Dimensions||58 mm (W) x 58 mm (H) x 19 mm (D)
(without projection parts)
|Water-resistance||This device has a water resistance rating of IPX-6/IPX-7|
|ANT+™ *1 standard|
|Communications method (network)||Wi-Fi|
|Atmospheric pressure sensor|
|Display||160x128 pixel, horizontal 1.87 inch outdoor type, Black and white Touch panel (resistive touch display)|
|Built-in flash memory||4 GB (user available capacity 3 GB)|
|-10 to 50°C|
|Charging temperature||0 to 45°C|
|Power supply voltage||DC 5V|
|Battery type||Lithium-ion battery|
|Battery operating time*2||Approximately 12 hours|
|Charging time||Approximately 4 hours (Power off or normal charging)|
|Accessories||Bracket, USB cable, Strap, Quick Start Guide, Warranty card, Important Information for the User|
*1 ANT+™ is a low-powered wireless communications standard using the 2.4GHz range.
*2 The battery operating time may decrease depending on the operating conditions.
*3 When used together with a pedaling monitor sensor
*4 Wi-Fi Internet connection required.
• Specifications and design are subject to change without notice.
|SGY-BR500||Exclusive bracket designed for SGX-CA500|
|SGY-BR500T||Exclusive TT bracket designed for SGX-CA500|
Minimum Width 65mm