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SETTING THE WHEEL SIZE FOR THE CATEYE VELO8 OR VELO9


Click HERE to view or download the instructions for setting the WS for the Cateye Velo 8 and/or Velo9.


For the CATEYE Velo8 or Enduro8:
     the WS for mph or kph is 114
     the WS for knots is 100 (select k or m for units and ignore them)
     Instructions:SETTING THE WS for VELO8

NOTE: new units are provided calibrated to mph (clock not set). If this is acceptable you do not need to do anything - just connect the wires to the wind sensor and enjoy. But if you want to set the display to kph or knots or if you want to set the clock - refer to these instructions or to the printed Cateye instructions included with the product.

NOTE 2: To conserve battery life, do NOT take it out - you will have to recalibrate (reset the WS). Simply disconnect it from the wind sensor by either disconnecting the wires or popping the display out of the backing - this will cause the display to go to "sleep". Reconnecting it will cause it to wake up automatically...

OK, so things happen.

Here are some tidbits to help you get your Vortex back on track.

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Sigma Sport BC1200

Cateye Velo8

SETTING THE WHEEL SIZE FOR SIGMA SPORT DISPLAYS


If you have replaced the battery or need to set the WS on one of your displays, here are some Wheel Sizes (WS) and selected instructions on how to do it:

This document is helpful for Changing Settings/WS on the Sigma Sport BC1200

For the SIGMA SPORT BC1200 and D2 Rotor:
     the WS for mph is 0711
     the WS for kph is 1144
     the WS for knots is 0641 (select k or m for units and ignore them)
     Link to Instructions

For the SIGMA SPORT BC906 and D2 Rotor (see photos below):
     the WS for kph or mph is 1144
     cannot set it to knots (cannot set a WS small enough...! sorry!)
     Link to Instructions

For the SIGMA SPORT BC1200 and M1 Rotor (see photos below):
the WS for mph is 0952
the WS for kph is 1532

If this display is alive, but there is no wind reading, chances are the wind sensor is not working. Test the display by disconnecting the wind sensor and tapping the bare wires of the display together. This should produce a reading.

(Check out the Troubleshooting Video link above)