Manual Asaklitt 401-KS20TUL Cycling Computer

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GREAT BRITAIN • CUSTOMER SERVICE
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ENGLISH
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Ver. 20150211
Wireless Cycle
Computer
Art.no 31-5371 Model 401-KS20TUL
Please read theentire instruction manual before using
theproduct and save it for future reference. Wereserve
theright for any errors in text or images and any neces-
sary changes made to technicaldata. Ifyou have any
questions regarding technical problems please contact
our Customer Services.
Product description
Speedometer (0–99.9 km/h or mph)
Trip meter (0–999.99 km or miles)
Odometer (0–999.99 km or miles)
Theodometer can be reset after battery changes or
if thecyclecomputer is reset to factory settings.
Automatic trip timer (up to 9:59:59 hours)
Max speed history (up to 99.9 km/h or mph)
Clock (12/24 hour)
Average speed display (0–99.9 km/h or mph)
Auto Scan (alternating display of trip distance,
maxspeed, averagespeed and trip time)
Relation to (above or below) average speed display
Speed tendency; accelerating or decelerating
Service reminder
Thermometer (-10 to +50 ºC or 14 to 122 ºF)
Approximate calorieburn
Backlight
Approximate fatburn
Automatic activation and deactivation
Contents
1. Quick-release
bracket
2. Framemounting
plate
3. Sensor/transmitter
4. Rubberpad
5. Magnet
6. Batteries for
thecomputer
and sensor
(2×CR2032, 3 V)
7. Cableties
8. Cyclecomputer
Assembly
1. Thequick-release bracket (1) can be attached to
different parts of theframe, such as thehandlebar or
thestem. Themounting plate (2) can be aligned in
one of two ways when it is attached to theback of
thequick-release bracket.
2. Clamp thequick-release bracket and themounting
plate together and fasten them to theframe using
thecable ties (7).
3. Insert 1×CR2032 battery into thesensor/
transmitter (3) and attach it, together with therubber
pad onto thefrontfork. Makesure that thesensor
is facing thespokes. Note: Don’t completely tighten
thecable ties (7) that hold thesensor straightaway.
Itmust be possible to adjust theposition of
thesensor/transmitter (3) so that it is within range of
themagnet (5).
4. Attachthemagnet (5) to one of thespokes.
Themagnet’s clamp will fit spokes of different
thicknesses.
5. Adjustthemagnet and thesensor/transmitter so
that they face each other with agap of 2mm.
6. Insert1×CR2032 battery into thecycle computer
(8) with thepositive terminal (+) facingup. Makesure
that theo-ring is seated correctly before screwing
thelidon. Pushthecomputer into thequick-
release bracket until it clicks intoplace. Toremove
thecomputer, press down thesnap buckle and pull
out thecomputer.
Setting
9. Leftarrow button: Pressto confirm or select
asubmenu.
10. Showswhich menu isopen. Thisfield is empty in
setupmode.
11. Showsif speed is increasing (wheel spins forwards)
or decreasing (wheel spins backwards).
12. A“+” appears if speed is above average speed;
a“–”appears if speed is below averagespeed.
13. Showscurrentspeed.
14. Showsdistance travelled (trip meter).
15. Rightarrow button: Pressto turn thecomputer on
or select afunction.
Setting the wheel size
(circumference in mm)
When thebattery is inserted for
thefirst time or when thecycle
computer has been reset to its
factory settings, thewheel size
setting will appear on thedisplay
and thelast digit of thesetting
willflash.
Enter thelast digit of thecircumference with theright
arrow button, confirm and proceed to thenext digit with
theleft arrow button. Continueuntil all thedigits have
been entered.
When thewheel circumference has been entered, go to
thenext menu by pressing theleft arrow button.
How do Ifind out thecircumference of thewheel?
Use thetable on theright to find thecorrect value
for thecircumference of thewheel. Iffor example
thewheel is 26 (650A), thevalue you should enter
is2073.
Use theformula C = 3.14 × diameter to calculate
thecircumference of thewheel.
One method of measuring thecircumference:
Makeamark on thetyre and on theground
where thetyre makes contact.Rollthecycle/
wheel forwards until themark on thetyre is
once again at thecontact point with theground.
Thewheel has now travelled through one revolution.
Markthesecond point on theground and measure
thedistance between thetwo marks to get
thecircumference of thewheel.
Wheel Circum-
diameter ferenceof
wheel (mm)
------------------------------------
20 1596
22 1759
24 1916
26 (650A) 2073
26.5 (Tubular) 2117
26.8 (700×25C) 2124
26.8 (700×28C) 2136
27 (700×32 C) 2155
28 (700B) 2237
(w/tire)
Wheel Circum-
diameter ferenceof
wheel (mm)
--------------------------------------
ATB 24×1.75 1888
ATB 26×1.4 1995
ATB 26×1.5 2030
ATB 26×1.75 2045
ATB 26×2 (650B) 2099
27×1 2136
27×1 1/4 2155
Km or miles
Select either KM or M by pressing
theright arrow button repeatedly.
Presstheleft arrow button to
confirm and proceed to thenext
setting:
Age
Enter thelast digit of thevalue with
theright arrow button, confirm
and proceed to thenext digit with
theleft arrow button. Continue
until all thedigits in theage have
been entered. Whenthewheel
circumference has been entered,
go to thenext menu by pressing
theleft arrow button.
Weight
Enter thelast digit of thevalue with
theright arrow button, confirm
and proceed to thenext digit with
theleft arrow button. Continue
until thecorrect weight has been
entered. Whentheentire value has
been entered, go to thenext menu
by pressing theleft arrow button.
Note!If you selected km in theprevious menu,
theweight will appear inkg. Ifyou selected miles in
theprevious menu, theweight will appear in pounds.
Reminder to service your bicycle
Select either 200, 400, 600 or 800
km by pressing theright arrow
button repeatedly. Presstheleft
arrow button to confirm. Aspanner
flashes in thedisplay when thepreset
distance to thenext service has been
reached. Oncetheservice distance
has been reached theflashing
spanner can be turned off by
pressing theleft arrow button.
Note! Ifyou begin any of theabove settings and do not
confirm them, thecomputer shuts off automatically after
5 minutes. Pressing any button will turn thecomputer
back on and revert to thewheel size input setting.
Setting the clock
1. Holddown theleft arrow button
for 2 seconds to enter theclock
settingmode.
2. Selecteither 24 Hr or 12Hr
(12-or 24-hour clock) by pressing
theright arrow button repeatedly.
Presstheleft arrow button to
confirm and proceed to thenext
setting.
3. Set thetime (hours and minutes.
Setthehours by pressing theright
arrow button, confirm and proceed
to theminutes by pressing theleft
arrow button. Settheminutes
in thesame way as thehours.
Presstheleft arrow button when
you have finished (theminutes will
stop flashing).
Note! Presstheright arrow button to advance through
themenus, in thisorder:
ODO (total distance travelled)
In order to set thetotal distance
travelled on theodometer after
changing thebattery: Holddown
theleft arrow button for 2 seconds
to enter thesettingsmode.
Changethevalue with theright arrow
button and advance to thenext digit
using theleft arrow button in thesame
way as before. Presstheleft arrow
button to display theODO setting.
Presstheright arrow button to
advanceto:
DST (trip meter)
Hold down theleft arrow button for
2 seconds to reset thetrip meter,
trip timer and average speed tozero.
Presstheright arrow button to
advanceto:
MXS (top speed history)
Hold down theleft arrow button for
2 seconds to zero-reset thevalue of
thetop speed reached. Presstheright
arrow button to advanceto:
AVS (average speed)
Hold down theleft arrow button for
2 seconds to zero-reset thevalue of
theaveragespeed. Presstheright
arrow button to advanceto:
TM (trip timer)
Hold down theleft arrow button for
2 seconds to reset thetrip timer
tozero. Presstheright arrow button to
advanceto:
Temperature
Hold down theleft arrow button for
2seconds to display thetemperature in
ºC orºF. Selectthedesired temperature
scale using theright arrow button,
confirm by pressing theleft arrow
button. Presstheright arrow button to
advanceto:
SW (stopwatch)
Min, sec, 1/10sec. Presstheleft arrow
button once to start thestopwatch
and once again to stopit. Holddown
theleft arrow button for 2 seconds to
zero-reset. Presstheright arrow button
to advanceto:
CAL (calories)
Hold down theleft arrow button for
2 seconds to reset thecalories value
tozero. Presstheright arrow button to
advanceto:
F (fat burn in grams)
Showshow many grams of fat have
been burned. Holddown theleft arrow
button for 2seconds to reset thefat
burn tozero. Presstheright arrow
button to advanceto:
SCAN
Alternating 4-second display of trip
distance, top speed, average speed
and triptime. Presstheright arrow
button to exit thesetupmenus.
Resetting the cycle computer
to factory settings
Thecycle computer resetsif:
Thebattery is removed.
Theleft and right arrow buttons are held in together
for 2 seconds.
Switching the cycle
computer on/off
Turn thecycle computer on by pressing any button.
If thecomputer is not used for 5 minutes it shuts off
automatically to preserve thebattery. Pressing any
button will turn thecomputer back onagain.
Automatic shut-off
Thecycle computer shuts off automatically after
5minutes inactivity.
Backlight
Thebacklight can be activated in twoways.
Holdtheright arrow button down for 2 seconds to
switch thebacklight on for about 8 seconds. Thetrip
distance, top speed, average speed and trip time will
all appear once briefly on thedisplay.
Presstheleft arrow button once to switch
thebacklight on for ashort time (4 seconds).
Troubleshooting guide
No speedometer
reading.
Check thedistance between
themagnet and sensor/transmitter.
Thedisplay
is sluggish,
shows delayed
readings.
It is too cold, theworking temp is
0–55ºC.
Black display. Thetemperature is toohigh.
Display has been exposed to
sunlight toolong.
Thesymbols
on thedisplay
areweak.
Check thebattery in
thesensor/transmitter and
thecycle computer and make
sure that they are correctly
inserted.
Replace thebatteries if
necessary.
Thespeed
and distance
travelled are not
displayed.
Check thedistance between
themagnet and sensor/
transmitter.
Check thebattery in thesensor/
transmitter and thecycle
computer and make sure that
they are correctly inserted.
Replace thebatteries if
necessary.
Irregular
characters
appear on
thedisplay.
Remove thebattery from thecycle
computer and insert itagain.
Thecycle
computer is
reset or displays
thewrong top
speed due
to external
interference from
amobile phone
or electronic
device.
Move thecause of
theinterference away from
thecycle computer.
Remove thebattery from
thecycle computer and insert
itagain.
Press thechannel selector
button on thesensor/
transmitter to change
thechannel.
External
interference
of thecycle
computer
caused by other
transmitters in
thevicinity.
Change thedigital ID code
between thesensor/transmitter
and thecomputer as follows:
1. Pressthechannel selector
button on thesensor/
transmitter.
2. Keeppedalling to activate
thesensor/transmitter.
3. Thenew ID code will be
registered after about 1minute.
Thedisplay will be blank whilst
thechanges takeplace.
Disposal
This product should be disposed of in accordance with
local regulations. Ifyou are unsure how to proceed,
contact your localauthority.
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Brand Asaklitt
Model 401-KS20TUL
Category Cycling Computers
File type PDF
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Why do I need to enter the size of my wheel? Verified

To calculate the traveled distance, the cycling computer uses the number of revolutions. The number of revolutions multiplied by the size of the wheel equals the traveled distance.

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How many miles is one kilometer? Verified

One kilometer equals 0,621 mile. Ten kilometers makes 6,21 miles. One mile equals 1,609 kilometer. Ten miles makes 16,09 kilometers.

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A battery in my device is oxidized, can I still safely use it? Verified

Ja, the device can still be safely used. Firstly, remove the oxidizd battery. Never use bare hands to do this. Then clean the battery compartment with a cotton swab dipped in vinegar or lemon juice. Let it dry and insert new batteries.

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