Manual Planet Bike Protege 9.0 Wireless Cycling Computer

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ODOBIKE
AVS
MAX
AVS
ODO
MAX
AVS MAX
ODO
R
T
M
D
S
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CHANGE MODE TO SCREEN 2-4 BY PUSHING COMPUTER FORWARD IN BRACKET TO ACCESS:
CURRENT SPEED • Miles or Kilometers per hour • 0-99.9 mph/Kph • Increments of 0.1 mph/Kph
RIDE TIME, "RTM" • Up to 9:59:59 • Increments of 1 second
RIDE DISTANCE, "DST" • Up to 999.99 M or K • Increments of 0.01 M or K
ODOMETER, "ODO" • Up to 999.99 M or K • Increments of 0.01 M or K
(ODO= Cumulative distance for BIKE 1 and BIKE 2)
1. Parts List
MOUNTING BRACKET
LINE : LCD Specification : Line 1, 2 and 3 modes do not change
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
SCREEN:
4
MOUNTING SENSOR
1
MOUNTING MAGNET (Front Wheel)
2
3
2. Mounting Instructions
3. Functions & Specifications
OR
OR
OR
AVERAGE SPEED, "AVS" • 0-99.9 mph/Kph • Increments of 0.1 mph/Kph
MAXIMUM SPEED, "MAX" • 0-99.9 mph/Kph • Increments of 0.1 mph/Kph
TEMPERATURE • -19˚ to 120˚F/ -19˚ to 50˚C
CLOCK • 12 Hr format • Indicated by flashing colon ":"
BIKE ODOMETER, "BIKE ODO" • Up to 99,999 M or K • Increments of 0.1 M or K
This is the distance for the wheel size currently being used, it only appears when distance is registered
on both BIKE 1 and BIKE 2.
PUSH AND RELEASE FOR
MODE
CHANGE
CAUTION:
HOLD FOR
LESS THAN ONE SECOND
OR YOU WILL RESET ALL
OF THE RIDE DATA
SEE TOP OF
NEXT PAGE.
Thank you for purchasing the Planet Bike Protegé 9.0
Wireless bicycle computer. Planet Bike will donate 25% of
our profits from this purchase and any other Planet Bike
products you buy to grassroots bicycle advocacy groups
that work to improve conditions for cyclists. Enjoy your
new Protegé bicycle
computer and thank
you for making a
difference!
COMPUTER HEAD REMOVAL
5
Front
of bike
Rear
of bike
STEP 1: Thread the quick ties through the slots in the wheel sensor and attach to the
right or left fork arm so that it is on the same side as the mounting bracket, making sure
that the battery cover is facing the wheel (diagram #1).
STEP 2: Attach magnet to spoke using a screwdriver (diagram #2) so that the magnet
lines up with the top or bottom glossy line on the wheel sensor. Do not over-tighten
magnet screw.
STEP 3: Unthread sensor knob until sensor can swivel freely and rotate the sensor until
it is within 2mm of the magnet (diagram 3). Tighten the knob to fix sensor position.
STEP 4: Attach the computer bracket to the handlebars near the stem (diagram #4).
For 31.8 handlebars, no rubber shim is needed. For smaller diameter handlebars, use the
large shim to achieve a snug fit. Tighten the screw so the bracket will not rotate on the
handlebars. Slide the computer head into the bracket until it "snaps" into place.
STEP 5: Test for proper alignment of the magnet and sensor. First, push the computer
towards the front of the bike to activate. Now, spin the front wheel. Speed will begin to
register if the magnet and sensor are properly aligned.
TO REMOVE COMPUTER FROM BRACKET: Push the computer in the opposite
direction of when you snapped it into the bracket (diagram 5). The computer head will
“snap” out. Note that you may need to push hard. Don’t be afraid of breaking anything,
the computer will pop out.
W I R E L E S S
1. 31.8 mm Mounting Bracket 3. Computer Case
2. Wheel Sensor
5. Wheel Magnet
7. Quick Ties6. Rubber Shims
Line up Sensor
and Magnet at
same level
* Less than
2 mm apart
* DO NOT line
up Magnet
between
GLOSSY LINES
on Sensor.
TURN KNOB
COUNTER
CLOCKWISE
TO ADJUST ANGLE
ODO
AVS
MAX
BIKE
BIKE
BIKE
4. Battery
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Brand Planet Bike
Model Protege 9.0 Wireless
Category Cycling Computers
File type PDF
File size 0.4 MB

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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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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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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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Manual Planet Bike Protege 9.0 Wireless Cycling Computer

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