Manual Vetta RT Classic Cycling Computer

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RT Classic & RT233
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RT Classic RT233
Speed (Current)
Speed (Avg / Max)
Cumulative Odometer
Trip Distance
Freeze Frame Memory
LCD Screens
12 /24 Hour Clock
Interchangeable Front Cover
EZ Tire Setup
2
2
Service Timer
HEAD UNIT (RT233)
HEAD UNIT (RT Classic)
Vetta cycle computers are sophisticated electronic instruments. Vetta recommends that
this product be installed only by a qualified bicycle retailer. Failure to read these instructions
and/or improper installation of this device may void the warranty. If in doubt about any
aspect of the installation or operation of this product, consult your local bicycle retailer for
clarification.
RT Classic:
RT233:
Attach the Wired Speed Sensor with the Zip-Ties supplied and tighten the Bladed Spoke
Magnet to the bicycle.
Mounting the sensor as high up on the fork leg as possible. (see
Fig.A).
Adjust the sensor and magnet spacing with the Spacer. Remove the Spacer
after
tightening the Zip-Tie down to hold the sensor in its final position.
MOUNTING BRACKET & HEAD UNIT
Wired Mounting Bracket
Head Unit
Head Unit
UNLOCK
Loocking Tab
Wired Mounting Bracket
UNLOCK
Loocking Tab
Step 1:
Advance the computer to the SPD screen mode using Buttong #2.
Step 2:
Pick up the front of the bicycle and spin the front wheel or ride the bicycle a short distance.
The LCD should display a speed reading within 2-3 seconds.
If there is no speed reading, check the alignment and spacing between the magnet and sensor.
Make sure that the Head Unit is completely locked into position. If these checks do not solve the
problem, talk to an Authorized Vetta’s Retailer or connect to www.vetta.com/support.asp.
CLASSIC
CLASSIC
CLASSIC
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The head unit is water resistant and sealed to withstand wet weather conditions. However,
do not deliberately place it in water.
Avoid leaving the head unit exposed to extremely hot weather conditions.
Vetta encourages you to ride safely. Wear a helmet every time you ride, use front and rear
lights at night, and always keep your eyes on the road ahead of you.
1
Set / Select Button (Left)
2 Mode / Advance Button (Right)
A Upper Display (Speed)
B Service Timer Icon
C Speed / Distance Units
D Lower Display
E Function Icons
A
Contact Points
B
Battery Compartment
C
Battery Coner
Important:
Use the tapes provided with the package (NOT ZIP-TIES) to hold wires to the
frame, fork, bars or stem to avoid damaging or cutting the wires accidently. Make sure excess
wire is taped down or wrapped around brake cable housing to secure it.
The Head Unit uses a CR2032 3-Volt Lithium
button cell battery.
Battery Run Time (1 hour training / day): Approx. 12 months
Important: Most cycle computer problems are caused by weak or
dead batteries. See the Trouble Shooting section near the end of
the manual for details.
1. Remove the battery cap from the bottom of the
Head Unit using a coin.
2. Install a new battery as shown with the positive
(+) side facing out. Do not touch or bend any
of the battery contacts during installation.
3. Screw the battery cap firmly into place making
sure the O-ring seal does not get pinched or distorted.
Caution: To avoid damage to the battery cap, do not over tighten.
Press momentarily
Press & hold for 2 seconds
1 Set / Select Button (Left)
2 Mode / Advance Button (Right)
Button & when the lowest screen is in the CLK Mode: NOM Setup
1
2
Button & when the lowest screen is in the DST Mode: Reset Ride Data
1
2
Note: Secure wire with tape supplied and by winding it around cables. Be sure to leave
enough slack in the wire to accommodate the movement of fork and handlebars.
Attach Mounting Bracket to the handlebar on the “Sensor Side”. Adjust its position to your liking
and fasten the screw.
Slide the Head Unit into the Wired Mounting Bracket as shown until it clicks into position.
Remove by pressing in the locking tab as shown.
Once installation is complete, the computer should be tested to make sure it is working properly.
Important: Once the sensor is aligned, tighten the magnet’s locking screw and Mounting Bracket
Strap.
Service Timer could be programmed with a selected number of ride
time hours as the interval for servicing the bicycle or any component
on it, such as a front or rear shock.
Accumulated Ride Time is displayed on the upper line and Service
Time is displayed on the lower line. To set the service Time, press
Button #2 to advance hour digits. (The hour digits appear on the
lower level with the right hand digit flashing.) Press Button #1 to
select and advance to next digit. (Maximum hour setting=1999 hours)
The default setting for the Service Timer is “0000” hours, which
means the Service Timer is turned off.
Service Timer could be programmed with a selected number of ride time (hours or days)
or distance as the interval for servicing the bicycle or any component on it, such as a front
or rear shock.
Press to scroll flashing hr (hour), day or dst (distance) as the Service Time unit. Press
to select the desired Service Timer unit.
When the desired Service Timer unit has been chosen, press to scroll the flashing digit
to the desired number. Press to select this number and advance to next digit. Repeat
this procedure until all digits are selected.
Press to advance the next setup Mode. (Maximum settings: hour / day / distance=1999
/ 199 / 9999)
1
2
1
2
1
When the Ride Time (the elapsed time for Service
Timer) or the elapsed
distance begins
to flash, press & hold to reset to zero;
OR press to reserve the digits, and advance to the next Setup Mode.
1
2
Important: In the Initial Setup, the elapsed time [ distance] for Service Timer doesn’t exist.
Press Button #2 to switch between “M/hr” and “KM/hr” and Button #1 to select desired units
and advance. (To change units in SPD / ODO
screen mode, press and hold Buttons #1 and
#2 simultaneously for 2 seconds until “M/hr” begins
to flash).
In Setup, Button is used to select or set a value and to advance to the next digit or Mode.
Button is used to switch between settings and to increase values.
1
1
2
2
RT233 (RT Classic) is programmed to enter the Initial Setup Mode after new battery replacement.
In the Initial Setup, riders can program the Basic Settings for the computer, the content of
settings are same as NOM Setup for Basic Setting.
Initial Setup
NOM Setup
After completed the Initial Setup, riders can change any values or correct any errors by re-entering
the NOM Setup. To enter the NOM Setup Mode, press & hold & simultaneously when the
lowest screen is in the aclk Mode.
Important:
Computer CANNOT exit during the Setup Mode until all the Basic Settings are finished.
Press to toggle between flashing 12 and 24 hour formats. Press to select your desired
format (without PM icon implies AM in 12 hour format) and advance to Time setting.
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
Press to advance hour digits to correct hour (hold button for rapid advacne). Press to select
and advance to minute setting. Press to advacne minute digits to correct minute. Press to
select and advance to the next Setup Mode.
Press to toggle between flashing M/hr and KM/hr.
Press to select and advance to teh next Setup
Mode.
1.
Wired Speed Sensor with Mounting Bracket
2. Extra Clear Front Cover
3. Bladed Spoke Magnet
4. Spacer
5. Head Unit Battery (CR2032, 3-Volt)
6. Wire Securing Tape
7. Zip-Ties
8. Screw Strap
1. Button 3. Main Display 5. Battery Compartment
2. Button 4. Contact Pins 6. Battery Cap
1
2
(RT Classic)
(RT Classic)
(RT233)
The default settings “0000” means the Service Timer is turned off.
(RT Classic)
(RT233)
(RT Classic)
(RT Classic)(RT233)
(RT233)(RT233)
(RT233)(RT233)
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Brand Vetta
Model RT Classic
Category Cycling Computers
File type PDF
File size 0.83 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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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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