Pyle PBKCM4WL

Pyle PBKCM4WL Bedienungsanleitung

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  • A cyclist symbol appears to the left of the
    speed. The wheel turns forward to
    indicate acceleration. The wheel turns
    backward to indicate deceleration.
    TRIPMETER (DST)
    (Trip Information Reset Mode)
    It is used to remind you for the parts replacement or to lubricate
    the chains and wheels after the peset distance is reached.
    Right after KM/ MILE selection, the preset total distance of
    600km (or miles) will flash, press the RIGHT button to select
    between 200, 400, 600 & 800km (or miles) and press LEFT
    button to confirm.
    For example, if 600 km is selected, the spanner ( ) will flash
    whenever the total distance (ODO) reach 600, 1200, 1800km
    (or miles).
    Press the LEFT button to stop flashing of spanner( ).
    START / STOP
    Art No.: BC-P3-GB
    FUNCTIONS
    ATTENTION: Computer Functions refer to the packing details.
    FEATURES
    MAINTENANCE PROGRAM
    CLOCK
    (12H / 24H)
    MAXIMUM SPEED (MXS)
    AVERAGE SPEED (AVS)
    TRIP TIMER (TM)
    TEMPERATURE
    ODOMETER SAVE FUNCTION
    MALFUNCTION PROBLEM
    SCAN
    FREEZE FRAME MEMORY
    ODOMETER (ODO)
    SPEED COMPARATOR
    (Cadence)
    SPEED TENDENCY (Acceleration & Deceleration)
    SPEEDOMETER (SPD)
    WHEEL SIZE INPUT
    KM / MILE SELECTION
    4 5 7 9 13 16
    Speedometer (SPD)
    - 0~99.9 KM/hr or M/hr
    Tripmeter (DST)
    - 0~999.9 KM or M
    Odometer (ODO)
    - 0~9999.9 KM or M
    Auto Trip Timer (TM)
    - 9: 59’ 59”
    Maximum Speed (MXS)
    - 0~99.9 KM/hr or M/hr
    Average Speed (AVS)
    - 0~99.9 KM/hr or M/hr
    Scan
    - for DST, MXS, AVS, TM
    Freeze Frame Memory
    - for TM, AVS, DST
    Speed Comparator
    - (+ or -)
    Speed Tendency or
    Digital Clock
    12 / 24 hour selectable
    Temperature
    (-10°C to +50°C)
    °C / °F Selection
    Odometer Save Function
    Maintenance Program
    INSTRUCTION MANUAL
    CYCLE COMPUTER
    Fig. 2
    COMPUTER
    EL BACKLIGHT (OPTIONAL)
    *EL BACKLIGHT (OPTIONAL)
    Slide the computer onto the mounting bracket until it snaps
    firmly into position. Press the release button to take out the
    computer as shown in Fig. 1.
    After the wheel size input, the following function is selection of
    kilometers or miles as the measurement for distance. Press the
    RIGHT button to choose between kilometer (KM) and Mile (M),
    press the LEFT button to confirm.
    To start the unit, press the RIGHT button to turn on the display
    and the wireless mounting system. To stop the unit, left unused
    for over 5-6 minutes and then the computer will automatically
    switch off to preserve batteries.
    A “+” or “-” sign appears to the right of the
    speed. “+” indicates you are travelling
    faster than your average speed (AVS). A
    “-” indicates you are riding slower than your
    average speed.
    Total distance travelled is indicated by
    ODO and display on the bottom line. To
    reset ODO, press and hold LEFT and
    RIGHT buttons for 2 seconds or remove
    the battery. Press the RIGHT button to
    enter DST mode.
    Trip distance measurement is indicated by
    DST and is displayed on the bottom line.
    Tripmeter is activated automatically with
    speedometer input. Reset DST to zero by
    pressing the LEFT button for 2 seconds;
    DST (Trip distance), TM (Trip Timer) & AVS
    (Average Speed) will also be reset at that
    time. Press the RIGHT button to enter
    MXS mode.
    Maximum speed measurement is indicated
    by MXS and is displayed on the bottom
    line. Maximum speed is stored in memory
    and updated only when a higher speed is
    reached. To reset MXS, press and hold the
    RIGHT button to enter AVS mode.
    Press and hold LEFT button for 2 seconds,
    ” °C ” will start to flash. Press RIGHT
    button to select “ °C” or “ °F” and press
    LEFT button to confirm.
    Press RIGHT button to enter the Scan
    mode.
    The EL backlight can be turned on either as follows:
    1) Holding the RIGHT button for 2 seconds, the EL light will be
    turned on for 8 seconds and the computer will then go to fast
    scan mode with trip distance, maximum speed, average
    speed and trip timer displayed once.
    2) Press once on the LEFT Button, the EL light will be turned
    on for 4 seconds and the comuter will go to the freeze frame
    menory mode as well.
    Inaccurate maximum
    speed reading
    No speedometer
    reading
    Slow display
    response
    Black display
    No trip distance
    reading alignment
    Display shows
    irregular figures
    Unknown atmospheric or RF
    interference
    Improper magnet/transmitter
    alignment
    Check battery and correct
    installation
    Temperature outside of operating
    limits (0-55 °C)
    Temperature too hot, or display
    exposed to direct sunlight too long
    Check correct transmitter / magnet
    Check battery and correct
    installation
    Take out computer battery and
    install again
    The Scan mode allows DST, MXS, AVS
    and TM to cycle on the screen without
    pressing any keys. Press the RIGHT
    button to enter the Clock mode.
    Press the LEFT button, Freeze Frame
    Memory can lock the display at the end of a
    ride segment and information TM, DST and
    AVS which will be flashing, can be read at a
    later time by pressing the RIGHT button.
    To release the memory, press the LEFT
    button until the display digit is static again.
    This is particularly useful when crossing
    the finish line of a time trial, since the TM
    cannot be stopped manually.
    The SAVE function allows you to keep the
    important data of total distance (ODO)
    even after replacement of battery.
    To set ODO, after battery replacement and
    wheel size setting, press RIGHT button to
    ODO mode and then press and hold LEFT
    button for 2 seconds until the last digit
    flickering. To adjust number, press the
    RIGHT button. Press the LEFT button to
    confirm. Repeat above sequence to reach
    the desired odometer value. Press the
    LEFT button again to return to normal ODO
    mode.
    Average Speed measurment is indicated
    by AVS and is displayed on the bottom line.
    AVS is calculated with the Trip Timer (TM),
    so AVS is the average speed only while
    riding. Press the RIGHT button to enter TM
    mode.
    Trip timer measurement is indicated by TM
    and is displayed on the bottom line. Trip
    Timer is activated automatically with
    speedometer input [On when you ride and
    off when you stop.] It records only the time
    spent actually riding.
    Reset TM to zero by pressing the LEFT
    button for 2 seconds in DST mode. Press
    the RIGHT button to enter Temperature
    mode.
    A 12 or 24-hour digital clock is indicated by
    the flickering colon on the bottom line. To
    switch between the 12 and 24 hour format
    or to adjust time, press the LEFT button for
    2 seconds. “24H” will start to flicker. Use
    the RIGHT button to select “12H” for12-
    hour format or “24H” for 24-hour format.
    Press the LEFT button to confirm. Next the
    hour digits will start to flicker. Use the
    RIGHT button to select the hour. To change
    minutes, press LEFT button again. The
    minutes will start to flicker. Use the RIGHT
    button to select the minutes. Press the
    LEFT button once more to return to
    CLOCK Mode. Press the RIGHT button to
    enter ODO mode.
    Instantaneous Speed is indicated on the
    top line. The range of measurement is
    from 0 to 99 KM/ hr [0 to 99 M/ hr] and
    accuracy is ± 0.5 KM/ hr [M/ hr].
    Press and hold LEFT and RIGHT buttons for 2 seconds or after
    the replacement of battery, the unit is switched to wheel size
    input mode. Multiply wheel diameter, d (Fig. 2) in millimeters by
    3.1416 to determine wheel factor, c.
    Press the LEFT button to select digit to be input and the RIGHT
    button to adjust the digit to the desired number (hold for fast
    advance). Press the LEFT button again to KM/MILE selection.
    (Note: removing battery will erase Wheel Size Input)
    distance in millimeter
    per one turn
    For convenience you can refer to the chart of wheel diameter
    size factor inputs.
    ATTENTION !! Refer to the appendix for installation reference.
    Release
    Fig. 1
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Pyle PBKCM4WL-Spezifikationen

Allgemeines
Marke Pyle
Model PBKCM4WL
Produkte Sportuhr
EAN 68889023749
Sprache Englisch
Dateityp PDF
Technische Details
Produktfarbe Schwarz
Distanzmaßsystem Metrisch
Leistung
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