bpm rpm Power calculation watt ES ALTITUDE expansion cadence IT heart rate kmh FR USA/GB DE BIKE COMPUTER ROX 9.
TABLE OF CONTENTS 38 1 1.1 1.2 Preface and Contents of package ..................................................................................................40 Preface .......................................................................................................................................................... 40 Contents of package ................................................................................................................................. 40 2 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.
TABLE OF CONTENTS Using the SIGMA ROX 9.1 .............................................................................................................. Favorites A and B ....................................................................................................................................... Logbook functions ...................................................................................................................................... Save interval .....................................
1 PREFACE AND CONTENTS OF PACKAGE 1 PREFACE AND CONTENTS OF PACKAGE 1.1 PREFACE Congratulations on choosing a bicycle computer from SIGMA SPORT®. Your new SIGMA ROX 9.1 will be a faithful cycling companion for years to come. To learn about the various functions on your new bicycle computer, please read these operating instructions carefully. SIGMA SPORT® hopes that you enjoy using your SIGMA ROX 9.1. k Information about the ride – speed, time, distance etc.
1 PREFACE AND CONTENTS OF PACKAGE 1.2 CONTENTS OF PACKAGE k Docking station k Attachment fittings k SIGMA DATA CENTER software CD USA/GB k Bracket 2 INSTALLING THE SIGMA ROX 9.1 AND ITS ACCESSORIES Illustrations regarding to these assembly notes can be found in the enclosed folded sheets! 2.1 INSTALLING THE BRACKET 2 3 4 5 k Handlebars or front end k Remove yellow film 2.
2 ASSEMBLING THE SIGMA ROX 9.1 AND ITS ACCESSORIES 2.5 SYNCHRONIZATION Once active, the SIGMA ROX 9.1 is ready for synchronization with the transmitters – speed, cadence, and heart rate. During speed synchronization the speed portion of the display flashes. Once pairing is complete, the display stops flashing and the SIGMA ROX 9.1 shows the current speed. The cadence transmitter and the chest belt automatically synchronize at this time.
3 EVERYTHING ABOUT THE SIGMA ROX 9.1 3 EVERYTHING ABOUT THE SIGMA ROX 9.1 3.1 INITIAL WAKE-UP 5 seconds to wake-up the SIGMA ROX 9.1. Follow the instructions on the display. USA/GB When purchased the SIGMA ROX 9.1 is in a sleep mode. Press and hold any button for n Press and hold any button for 5 seconds n Select required language with +/- button and press “SAVE”. n The display jumps to “Main Menu – Favorites A” 3.2 NAVIGATION PRINCIPLE OF THE SIGMA ROX 9.1 The SIGMA ROX 9.
3 EVERYTHING ABOUT THE SIGMA ROX 9.1 3.3 LAYOUT OF BUTTONS Function button 2 Function button 1 Use this button to exit the submenus or to save the set values. Use this button to enter a submenu or change the top section of the display – ZOOM Logbook function button Enter logbook. Use this button to open the logbook menu and to set the route points. Plus function button Minus function button Scroll forwards in a menu level… Scroll backwards in a menu level… …or increase/change the value displayed.
3 EVERYTHING ABOUT THE SIGMA ROX 9.1 3.4.1 UPPER DOT MATRIX BLOCK This section shows various information depending upon the menu. USA/GB 3.4.1.
3 EVERYTHING ABOUT THE SIGMA ROX 9.1 3.4.2 MIDDLE SECTION/ICON DISPLAY The display on this section shows you the current speed, for example. The following symbols are also visible in this part of the display: Wheel I/Wheel II symbol Speed comparison against average speed Preset unit (km/h or mph) Stopwatch active Countdown active Alarm active REC Logbook active 3.4.3 LOWER DOT MATRIX BLOCK This section shows the selected active function, irrespective of the menu/submenu you are in. 46 www.sigmasport.
3 EVERYTHING ABOUT THE SIGMA ROX 9.1 3.5 MENU TREE/ORGANIZATION OF THE SIGMA ROX 9.
3 EVERYTHING ABOUT THE SIGMA ROX 9.1 3.6 WHAT ARE THE FUNCTIONS AND PROPERTIES OF THE SIGMA ROX 9.1? The SIGMA ROX 9.1 is a very versatile computer, which helps track and evaluate a race/training session. 3.6.1 SCOPE OF FUNCTIONS The SIGMA ROX 9.1 is equipped with very versatile functions. In addition to the classic bicycle functions, the SIGMA ROX 9.1 also features heart rate, cadence, altitude and inclination functions; therefore providing the most important trip data. The SIGMA ROX 9.
3 EVERYTHING ABOUT THE SIGMA ROX 9.1 3.6.3 FAVORITES You use the favorites to save the chosen trip functions that you want to see during the ride. You can store up to 10 items in each of the favorites. Now you no longer need to click through 30 functions and 5 levels during the ride. You see the functions that you customized.
3 EVERYTHING ABOUT THE SIGMA ROX 9.1 3.6.6 PC Interface As mentioned above, the SIGMA ROX 9.1 is PC-compatible, meaning that it can be connected to a PC. The docking station included allows the saved data to be sent from the SIGMA ROX 9.1 to your PC. You can also program the SIGMA ROX 9.1 through your PC. Once you enter the appropriate settings into the SIGMA SPORT® software on your PC, the data will be transferred to the bicycle computer. In this way you can set your SIGMA ROX 9.
5 DESCRIPTION OF FUNCTIONS (functions shown during the ride) 5 DESCRIPTION OF FUNCTIONS 5.1 Favorites A and B The pre-programmes favorites settings are intended for flat land (A) and mountains (B). USA/GB Up to 10 functions can be stored in the favorites A and B. This is fully customizable.
5 DESCRIPTION OF FUNCTIONS (functions shown during the ride) 5.2 BICYCLE FUNCTIONS This is a separate distance counter (either distance + or distance -). This distance counter allows an interval training or a trip according to a Roadbook. It is pre-programmable and can be changed from + to without having to go into the main settings. Optimization of the gear shift Expansion denotes the distance traveled by a bike by a turn of the crank.
5 DESCRIPTION OF FUNCTIONS (functions shown during the ride) 5.3 HEART RATE FUNCTIONS All heart rate functions can be found under: “Trip data/heart rate”. The following functions belong to this submenu: k Time in the second training zone k Time in the third training zone k Calories burnt USA/GB k % of the maximum heart rate k Average heart rate k Maximum heart rate k Time in the first training zone The SIGMA ROX 9.1 has 3 heart rate zones.
5 DESCRIPTION OF FUNCTIONS (functions shown during the ride) 5.5 UPHILL FUNCTIONS All uphill functions can be found under: “Trip data/uphill”. The following functions belong to this submenu: k Trip climb meters k Maximum altitude k Distance uphill k Distance downhill k Average speed uphill k Average expansion uphill k Rate of ascent k Maximum rate of ascent uphill k Average rate of ascent k Maximum rate of ascent The rate of ascent shows you the vertical, current speed in meters/feet per minute.
5 DESCRIPTION OF FUNCTIONS (functions shown during the ride) 5.7 TIME FUNCTIONS All time functions can be found under: “Time”. The following functions belong to this submenu: USA/GB k Clock k Date k Stopwatch k Countdown timer k Alarm clock The stopwatch is started and stopped with the top right-hand button. You can use the left button to reset the stopwatch to zero. The stopwatch runs independently from the ride time and must therefore be manually started and stopped.
5.8 SPECIAL FUNCTIONS 5.8.2 CALIBRATING THE ALTITUDE in the SIGMA ROX 9.1 (so-called calibration). Measuring the altitude on the SIGMA ROX 9.1 is done with barometric pressure. Every change in the weather means a change in the air pressure, which can lead to a change in the current altitude. To compensate for this change in air pressure, you must enter a reference altitude n n You can also perform the calibration process manually.
5.8 SPECIAL FUNCTIONS 5.8.3 PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT – HOW DOES IT WORK? The calculation of performance is based on a formula lodged within the ROX 9.1. Here the calculated performance is the power that is needed to move the bike, not the power acting on the pedals. The performance values shown are approximate figures and are calculated assuming an average wind speed and average road quality. USA/GB The ROX 9.1 is equipped with a new function: The PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT.
6 USING THE SIGMA ROX 9.1 6 USING THE SIGMA ROX 9.1 In this chapter we explain all the functionalities of the SIGMA ROX 9.1 so that you can ride efficient. 6.1 Favorites A and B The favorites A and B are two sections where you can program the functions that are most important to you. Both favorites come with certain preset functions, but these can be changed at any time. A total of 10 functions can be stored in each of the two favorites.
6 USING THE SIGMA ROX 9.1 6.2.2 START/STOP LOGBOOK The logbook can only be started if the SIGMA ROX 9.1 has been fitted to the bracket. The function must be manually started and stopped, however. USA/GB 22.214.171.124 STARTING/STOPPING THE LOGBOOK ! n n - /+ SELECT ! n 126.96.36.199 SETTING ROUTE POINTS You can set so-called route points during the ride. A route point is a marker during the ride that you would like to make a note of after the ride. For example the start of a hill climb or a certain place.
6 USING THE SIGMA ROX 9.1 6.3 SETTING TO ZERO/STORING INDIVIDUAL TRIPS (CURRENT VALUES) The trip values from the SIGMA ROX 9.1 are not automatically saved. Saving in the “7 trips” memory is done manually. In this way you can save only the interesting rides. ! BACK ! BACK RESET ! RESET ! YES ! NO ! If the trip data has already been deleted, the following appears on the display: “Trip data saved and set to zero”.
7 SETTINGS All the functions that can be set are found in the main menu “Setting”. These functions are divided into the following submenus: k 7. Favorites B k 8. Totals k 9. Factory settings k 1. Unit k 2. Bicycle I k 3. Bicycle II k 4. Home altitude k 5. User k 6. Favorites A All the functions contained there can either be set directly in the SIGMA ROX 9.1, or set on a PC and transferred to the SIGMA ROX 9.1 afterwards. Please refer to Chapter 8 for how to set the SIGMA ROX 9.1 using a PC.
7 SETTINGS 7.2.2 SETTING/USER/BIRTHDAY ENTER ! DONE ! n - /+ n - /+ NEXT ! SAVE ! n - /+ 7.3 UNIT k Language k Kmh/mph k Clock k Date 7.4 Bicycle I k Bike type k Wheel size k Bike weight 62 www.sigmasport.
7 SETTINGS 7.5 Bicycle II USA/GB k Bike type k Wheel size k Bike weight 7.6 HOME ALTITUDE k Home altitude 1 k Home altitude 2 k Home altitude 3 7.7 USER k Gender k Birthday k Weight k Height k Shoulder width k Maximum heart rate k 1. Heart rate zone k 2. Heart rate zone k 3. Heart rate zone 7.8 FAVORITES A AND B 7.8.1 Favorites A 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Distance Trip time Average speed Maximum speed GHOST RACE 6. % of the maximum heart rate 7. Actual performance 8. Stopwatch 9. Actual temperature 10.
7 SETTINGS 7.8.2 Favorites B 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Distance Ride time Average speed GHOST RACE Trip alti. uphill 6. 7. 8. 9. Distance uphill Rate of ascent Actual performance % of the maximum heart rate 10. Clock 7.9 TOTAL VALUES 7.9.1 CYCLING k Distance bike I k Distance bike II k Ride time bike I k Ride time bike II 7.9.2 HEART RATE k Calories burnt bike I k Calories burnt bike II 7.9.3 UPHILL k Trip alti. uphill bike I k Trip alti.
7 SETTINGS 7.9.4 DOWNHILL Total climb meters bike I Total descend meters bike II Distance downhill bike I Distance downhill bike II k Ride time downhill bike I k Ride time downhill bike II USA/GB k k k k 7.10 FACTORY SETTINGS You can reset your SIGMA ROX 9.1 to the factory settings at any time. By doing this, all total values are set to zero and all default settings will be restored. ENTER ! To reset to factory settings, see illustrations below: ENTER ! LOAD ! YES ! n - /+ Once the SIGMA ROX 9.
8 PC Interface/SIGMA DATA CENTER 8 PC Interface/SIGMA DATA CENTER With the aid of the interface between the SIGMA ROX 9.1 and your PC, you can transfer the logged data or the trip and total values to your PC. To do this, first install the software supplied then connect the docking station to your PC. Using the SIGMA SPORT® software, you can perform the following actions: k Set all functions on the SIGMA ROX 9.
8 PC Interface/SIGMA DATA CENTER 8.3 Installing the docking station 1. Connect the docking station supplied to a free USB port on your PC. 2. Your operating system will automatically detect new hardware and install the appropriate driver. 3. Should automatic installation fail, you can also install the driver manually using your Device manager. You will find the driver file on the SIGMA installation CD in the “Drivers” directory. 4. Windows warns you about an uncertified driver.
9 IMPORTANT NOTES/TROUBLESHOOTING/FAQ 9.3 TRAINING TIP Consult your doctor before beginning any exercise program. This is particularly important if you have underlying cardiovascular problems. For people with pace makers, we recommend checking the compatibility of the SIGMA ROX 9.1 and your pace maker with your doctor before using the chest belt. 9.
9 IMPORTANT NOTES/TROUBLESHOOTING/FAQ 9.5 FAQ (FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS) Can another person with another bicycle computer/heart rate monitor cause interference? The digital transfer system is encoded. This almost completely rules out mutual interference between two units. When synchronizing the receiver with the transmitter, make sure that there are no other SIGMA ROX units nearby.
10 BATTERY CHANGE 10 BATTERY CHANGE The battery status on the unit and that of the respective transmitter is conveyed to the receiver shortly before the battery life comes to an end. The display looks like this: Please refer to the enclosed sheet for how to change the battery on the relevant units. 11 TECHNICAL DATA 11.1 MAX/MIN/DEFAULT VALUES Unit Default Min. Max. Bike Speed 70 kmh/mph 0,0 0,0 199.8/119.8 Distance km/mi 0,0 0,0 9,999.
11 TECHNICAL DATA 11.1 MAX/MIN/DEFAULT VALUES Unit Default Min. Max. Current heart rate bpm 0 40 240 % of max. HR % 0 17 150 Average heart rate bpm 0 40 240 Maximum heart rate bpm 0 40 240 Time in the training zone hh:mm:ss 00:00:00 00:00:00 99:59:59 Calories burnt kcal 0 0 99,999 °C/°F Act. Temp. -10.0/14.0 +70.0/+158.0 USA/GB Heart rate Temperature Actual/Min./Max. temperature Altitude Current altitude m/ft 0 -999 4,999/9,999 Trip alti.
11 TECHNICAL DATA 11.1 MAX/MIN/DEFAULT VALUES Unit Default Min. Max. Settings Volume 3 Wheel size 1/2 mm 2,150/ 2,000 1 5 800 3,999 Bike type non Road/MTB non non Bike weight kg/lb 20/40 5/10 50/100 Home altitude 1/2/3 m/ft 0 -999 4,999/9,999 31.03. 1979 01.01. 1900 31.12. 2099 Birthday dd.mm.
11 TECHNICAL DATA k Bicycle computer Ambient temperature +60°C/-10°C Battery type CR 2450 (Art. No. 20316) k Cadence transmitter Ambient temperature +60°C/-10°C Battery type CR 2032 (Art. No. 00396) k Speed transmitter Ambient temperature +60°C/-10°C Battery type CR 2032 (Art. No. 00396) k Chest belt Ambient temperature +60°C/-10°C Battery type CR 2032 (Art. No. 00396) USA/GB 11.
NOTICE This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules and with RSS-210 of Industry Canada. Operation is subject to the following two conditions. (1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. Changes or modifications made to this equipment not expressly approved by SIGMA may void the FCC authorization to operate this equipment.
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1 CALCULATE WHEEL SIZE INSTALLING THE BRACKET 2.1 2 2.1 4 INSTALLING THE TRANSMITTERS 2.2 6 2.2 8 2.2 9 2.3 17 2.3 18 BIKE COMPUTER 2 km/h: WS = mm x 3,14 mph: WS = mm x 3,14 mm x 3,14 1x bpm cadence expansion = WS (mm) k Remove the yellow foil Power calculation watt ETRTO ETRT O kmh mph 16 x 1.7 5 x 2 47-305 47-406 37-540 47-507 23-571 40-559 44-559 47-559 50-559 54-559 57-559 37-590 37-584 20-571 ROX 8.1/9.1 INSTALLATION ON THE BIKE 16x1.75x2 20x1.75x2 24x1 3/8 A 24x1.
Oder Or Ou Installing the SIGMA ROX to the bracket CLI 2.3 19 2.