Login required to started new threads
Login required to post replies
1. Power2Max, can you confirm the effective distance between these 2 devices?
2. Is there a unit of measurement standard of how strong the transceiver is in the Power2Max Type s model? (Does Ant+ have a signal strength unit of measurement?)
3. Will the transceiver in the new NG model be improved (as in greater distance of transmission) to prevent data transmission dropouts?
I just bought the type s for my small frame speed concept. I put my Garmin 820 on the aerobars just behind my shifters. I have been experiencing random "dropouts" of power and cadence on the display of my Garmin.
Dropouts meaning, the power and cadence disappears from the screen of the Garmin 820, randomly, several times while riding.
I installed a new battery on the power meter and I am showing that the battery on the power meter is good.
My Garmin 820 has the latest firmware update as of 12/4/16.
My gut says the distance from the Garmin and the Power2Max typs s meter is too far away from each other.
Was there ever an swer to this? I have a type S and notice some drops to a garmin 520 on an out front mount.
actually, what happens if you remove the battery? With my NG recharging led to the blinking again. Perhaps the NG Eco behaves differently?
my question is: in case it will be damage and not working anymore, can I just replace the spider of Type S (I have Rotor 3D+ with cranks) with the new NG? If yes, can you point me out the link to the exact model I should order? I am never sure which to pick on the website (Cervelo S3, model 2016).
Installed a new battery and the light flashed green like normal but it won't pair with any of my 3 Garmins nor will it pair with her Wahoo. It's like the transmitter has failed or something.
Is there anything else I can do, any other diagnostics, that might reveal the issue? The cranks were only fitted a month or so ago so I don't really want to pull them off the bike and send them in (especially as it's definitely out of warranty). Any suggestions appreciated. Cheers, hip