Pedaling graph, pedaling efficiency, power, 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.
By displaying data in easy-to-read graphs, athletes can intuitively gain information even in mid-ride.
From the Pedaling Graph, used to grasp the characteristics of your pedaling at a glance, to the Time Series Graph, which displays heart rate and power on a time axis, there are many tools available to push yourself to the next level.
Displays information obtained from the sensors on a line graph as time advances.
Displays information obtained from sensors on a two- variable scatter plot.
Displays information obtained from sensors as a bar graph in accordance with data analysis conditions.
Displays the average power per hour relative to CP curve (a curve calculated from the continuous available power in a fixed time) as time advances on a line graph.
Shows the pedaling force value or direction (vector). Current power (W) is displayed in the center of the graph.
Shows a line graph of pedaling force values for each pedaling angle. (Twelve o’clock direction of the crank is 0° (degree).)
The adoption of touch panel technology enables quick, intuitive use even while riding.
Expand and zoom, use your finger to change pages left and right, or move up and down to adjust screen brightness.
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 AWC, a CP curve can be calculated in real time and displayed to the top-right of the CP graph.
* 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.
|Dimensions||70mm(W) X 85mm(H) X 21.5mm(D)|
|ANT+™ *1 standard|
|Atmospheric pressure sensor|
|Display||QVGA 320x240 pixel, 2.2” Touch panel (Resistive membrane type)|
|Built-in flash memory||8GB (6GB for user use)|
|-10 to 50°C|
|Power supply voltage||DC 5V|
|Battery type||Lithium-ion battery|
operating time *2
|Approximately 12 hours (brightness 5)|
|Charging time||Approximately 4 hours (normal charge);
Approximately 3 hours (fast charge)
|Accessories||Bracket (for 31.8mm diameter handlebar), bolt, USB cable, strap, mounting guide/user manual, warranty|
*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.
• Specifications and design are subject to change without notice.