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Planet Bike Protege 5 0Planet Bike 5.0 Protege Computer: Five Function: Black 8000
Planet Bike Protege 5.0 5-function cycling computer comes with a four-line, easy-to-read macromonitor LCD display that provides up to five pieces of data at a glance. Mode changing is easy because there is no need to fumble with buttons, just push the computer forward in the spring loaded bracket, the computer is the button. Auto start/stop and LCD shut off. Heavy-duty, over sized wire harness and ultrasonically welded case ensure a durable, weatherproof unit.

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Brand: PLANET BIKE
Part Numbers: 111623, 130917, 8000, COMP4705
UPC: 0642016800009, 642016800009

 

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Comments to date: 10. Page 1 of 1. Average Rating:
MMan 5:33pm on Thursday, October 21st, 2010 
Its nice and does what it says. My son says it is a great gameing system, and has blue ray also. Performs great. Came with remote and hdmi cable, a plus.
akho 6:07am on Thursday, October 14th, 2010 
is still an excellent console with blue-ray, 3d, free online play. I been a playstation player since 1995, I own playstation one and two, and this two sytems are great, the ps3 is sucks.
saublewolf 10:02pm on Tuesday, September 7th, 2010 
Nice looking in its new sleeker format. Excellent features, though it does take time to explore and understand all of the PS3 features
creperum 8:12pm on Monday, August 23rd, 2010 
Disk Read problem 2 months After Warranty Expiration This was a very exciting game system for my son. Bought 1 year and 2 months ago.
bconnors 9:27am on Tuesday, July 20th, 2010 
Not like the old customer service My family was very excited to upgrade from the Playstation 2 console to all the great things that can be done with a... A review from someone who owns all three next gen consoles I own all three next gen consoles and have nothing bad to say about any of them at all.
walterw 7:59pm on Thursday, June 17th, 2010 
the ps3250 is just plain awesomethis.[...]it just doesnt get any better than this.t[...] Fun For All Ages, Great Graphics, Easy To Set Up.
johnmartin 1:57pm on Friday, June 11th, 2010 
This is very nice the remote is universal and works with other items as well was easy to set up and we were able to get this online to play games and ...
J44xm 3:23pm on Friday, May 28th, 2010 
Possibly a must-own device to have in your home! Having upgraded to the latest PlayStation 3 Slim.
BillLee 3:26am on Thursday, May 13th, 2010 
Good Graphics. Sports, Great Graphics, Lots of Game Choices, Fun For All Ages Older Models can freeze, Online not as good xbox
electric 2:36pm on Thursday, May 6th, 2010 
Purchased this ps3 to go along with the lg 55lh55 lcd that I ordered from Vanns. The ps3 deffinately lives up to its billing It Only Does Everything! This console is great! Im not much on gaming but I use the Bluray portion of the console alot. The picture and sound quality are awesome!

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1. Parts List

1. Mounting Bracket

Congratulations and thank you for your purchase of the Planet Bike Proteg Bicycle Computer. The Proteg represents a breakthrough in bicycle computer design and function. The MacroMonitor LCD display, "buttonless" design, and overall compact size offer advantages to you the cyclist that no other computer can match. In addition, Planet Bike will donate 25% of our profits from this purchases and any other Planet Bike product you buy, to non-profit bicycle advocacy groups to further benefit your cycling experience. Enjoy your new Proteg Bicycle Computer and thank you for making a difference!

3. Computer Case

6. Quick Ties

1 mm 2 mm

2. Wheel Sensor 4. Rubber Shims 5. Wheel Magnet

2. Mounting Instructions

STEP 1: Attach the wheel sensor to the right or left fork using two quick ties (diagram #1).
MOUNTING SENSOR MOUNTING MAGNET (Front Wheel) Note: Do not fully tighten quick ties until final placement is determined. We recommend a sensor placement of 1-2 inches up from hub axle (diagram #1). Position sensor and wire on backside (toward rider) of fork blade to offer protection from debris while riding. STEP 2: Attach magnet to spoke using screwdriver (diagram #2) so magnet lines up directly across from one of the flat round dots at the lower or upper portion of wheel sensor with a distance of 1-2 mm between sensor and magnet (diagram #3). Caution: Do not over-tighten magnet screw. STEP 3: Attach the wire harness to the fork using quick ties (diagram #1). Excess wire can be wrapped around brake cable before securing bracket to handlebar. Note: Allow slight wire slack between fork and brake cable for turning handlebars. STEP 4: Attach the computer bracket to the handlebars near the stem (diagram #4). Use any combination of rubber shims to fit different diameter handlebars. Tighten the screw so the bracket will not rotate on the handlebars. Slide the computer head into the bracket until it MOUNTING BRACKET "snaps" into place. STEP 5: TEST. Install computer head into bracket and rotate front wheel to test for proper function of magnet/wheel sensor alignment. The mph/kph indicator will flash if the sensor and magnet are properly aligned. Tighten quick ties on sensor when correct alignment is acheived. TO REMOVE COMPUTER HEAD FROM BRACKET: Push the computer in the opposite direction you would to mount it (diagram #5). The computer head will "snap" out. Note: You may have to push hard, do not be afraid of breaking it, it will pop out.
Line up Sensor and Magnet at same level * 1-2 mm apart * DO NOT line up Magnet between flat round dots on Sensor.
COMPUTER HEAD REMOVAL Front of bike Rear of bike
3. Functions, Specifications & Additional Features
LINE : LCD Specification : Line 1, 2 and 3 modes do not change

SCREEN:

Additional Features:
1 CURRENT SPEED Miles or Kilometers per hour 0-99.5 mph/Kph Increments of 0.5 mph/Kph 2 RIDE TIME, "RTM" Up to 9:59:59 Increments of 1 second 3 RIDE DISTANCE, "DST" Up to 999.99 M or K Increments of 0.01 M or K 4 ODOMETER, "ODO" Up to 999.99 M or K Increments of 0.01 M or K

CHANGE MODE TO SCREEN 2 BY PUSHING COMPUTER FORWARD IN BRACKET TO ACCESS:
CLOCK 12 Hr Format Indicated by flashing colon ":"
+ Auto-Start/Stop - Automatically starts recording data or stops recording data when you start or stop riding + Auto LCD Off - LCD automatically shuts off to conserve power after 5 minutes of non-use. Clock will still be displayed. + MacroMonitor LCD display displays up to 4 functions at once, allowing for fewer mode changes. + "Buttonless" design for ease of use - push computer forward in bracket to change modes. + Weather proof construction and heavy duty wire harness for all-weather use.
PUSH AND RELEASE FOR MODE CAUTION: CHANGE HOLD FOR LESS THAN ONE SECOND OR YOU WILL RESET ALL OF THE RIDE DATA
4. Computer Setup and Programming
The Proteg comes with the battery preinstalled. Setup and Programing are facilitated by using the "set" and "mode" buttons loc ated on the SET underside of the computer case (diagram #6). To initiate programming, press "mode" button to display SCREEN 1, with "ODO" displayed on line 4. Depress and hold the "set" button for 3-4 seconds (use a pen or other such pointy object). Upon release, the M/H or K/H icon will flash. 1) Miles or Kilometers Selection: Once "M/H" or "K/H" is flashing, press "mode" to switch to desired selection. Press "set" to lock in your selection and advance the screen to Wheel Size Setting. 2) Wheel Size Setting (WSS): The screen will now display "2154" with the "4" flashing. This is the default "WSS". * Background information: The bicycle computer calculates information based upon the distance traveled each time your wheel goes around. The wheel size setting equals the distance in mm traveled in one revolution of your wheel. There are two methods to determine the wheel size setting. Method 1: Read the tire size on the side wall of your tire and input the number that corresponds to your tire size on the wheel size chart to the right. Since there are many tire manufacturers and designs, tires listed as the same size from different manufacturers can actually vary significantly in their actual circumference. Therefore, we recommend for maximum accuracy in you computer readings, to use Method 2. Method 2: Wheel Roll Out: For best results, find a flat smooth surface to perform the wheel roll out and inflate your tires to riding pressure. 1) Place a piece of masking tape or draw a line on the surface to determine a starting position. 2) Position the front tire valve at the 6:00 position (diagram #7) directly above the staring position. 3) Roll the bicycle forward one revolution of the wheel on a straight line until the valve stem is again at the 6:00 position. (Note: Putting pressure on the handle bars to simulate body weight on the tire will give more accurate results.) Mark the finishing position with masking tape or a line. Repeat the procedure if necessary and average the results. Measure the distance between the starting and finishing positions in mm, this is your WSS. (Note: If you use an inch measuring tape, multiply inches by 25.4 to achieve mm.) This is your WSS in mm.

NOT USED IN THIS MODEL MODE
TIRE SIZE 20 x 1.x 1.x 1.x 2.x 1.x 1.x 1.x 2.x 2.x 1 (559 mm) 26 x 1 (650 c)

BATTERY REMOVAL

Imputing Wheel Size Setting (WSS)
A) Press "mode" button to change "flashing" first digit to desired selection. B) Press "set" button to lock in your selection and advance to the next flashing digit. C) Repeat steps A-B until all four digits are set. After the forth digit is set, it will advance the screen to Odometer setting.

WSS 1925

TIRE SIZE 700 x 18C 700 x 20C 700 x 23C 700 x 28C 700 x 32C 700 x 38C

WSS 2160 2184

For future reference, write your WSS here:
3) Odometer Setting: The digit on the far right will be flashing. (If you don't need to set the
FINISHING POSITION Odometer, repeatedly press "set" to advance to clock setting.) Repeat steps A-B again to set the Odometer. 4) Clock Setting: The hour digit on the far left will be flashing. Repeat steps A-B again to set the time. To reset the clock only, press mode button until clock function is displayed on line four. Press "set" button to initiate clock reset. Follow steps A-B above to set the time. When you are done, the computer will enter normal operating mode. Replace the computer in its bracket and you are ready to ride! To reset any other settings, press the mode button until "ODO" appears on line 4. Press and hold the set button for 3-4 seconds. Upon. release, the computer will enter "reset" mode. Follow the instructions as above.

STARTING POSITION

ONE REVOLUTION = WHEEL SIZE SETTING (mm)

5. Computer Operation

PRECAUTION: When using the Proteg Bicycle Computer, you should ride safely and pay primary attention to the road, traffic or trail conditions at all times.
MODE CHANGE: Push the computer forward in the bracket as far as it will go and release. The forth line will change functions. It is
recommended that the thumb be positioned in the center of the computer when activating mode changes. Note: Do not hold the computer forward in the bracket for more than one second or Ride Data will be reset to "0". RESETTING RIDE DATA: After your ride or before your next ride, you can reset "ride" data (Ride Time, Ride Distance) to "0" by pushing the computer forward in the bracket and holding for three seconds until ride data clears to "0". Release computer immediately when ride data clears to "0". BATTERY INSTALLATION: The Proteg Computer comes with the battery preinstalled prior to purchase. The battery should last for 1-2 years with normal use. If you find it necessary to replace the 1) Display is blank or shows partial digits battery, remove the computer from its bracket. (Hint: Remove and reinsert battery. If problem persists, a new battery may be required. Record your Odometer mileage before replacing the battery, so you can re-input your Odometer reading 2) LCD displays numbers but does not record data when riding. after the battery is installed.) Turn the computer over Check for proper wheel sensor/magnet alignment (See Section #2, Step #2). Check and remove battery cover using a coin (diagram #6). and clean contacts on bracket and computer. Use mild detergent and water and dry Install the battery (Model CR2032 3V Lithium) with the completely. DO NOT use alcohol or any kind of solvent. "+" side facing up. Snap battery cover into case until secure. Make sure the rubber water seal gasket is in 3) LCD screen is dark place and the battery cover is flush with battery case. This is normally caused by overheating when computer is left sitting in the sun. Allow Refer to Computer Setup and Programming to re-input the computer to cool and it will return to normal. setup data. Replace the computer in the bracket. If you experience any other problems, Contact your Planet Bike dealer or Planet Bike.

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1. Parts List

1. Mounting Bracket
Congratulations and thank you for your purchase of the Planet Bike Proteg Bicycle Computer. The Proteg represents a breakthrough in bicycle computer design and function. The MacroMonitor LCD display, "buttonless" design, and overall compact size offer advantages to you the cyclist that no other computer can match. In addition, Planet Bike will donate 25% of our profits from this purchases and any other Planet Bike product you buy, to non-profit bicycle advocacy groups to further benefit your cycling experience. Enjoy your new Proteg Bicycle Computer and thank you for making a difference!

3. Computer Case

6. Quick Ties

1 mm 2 mm

2. Wheel Sensor 4. Rubber Shims 5. Wheel Magnet

2. Mounting Instructions

STEP 1: Attach the wheel sensor to the right or left fork using two quick ties (diagram #1).
MOUNTING SENSOR MOUNTING MAGNET (Front Wheel) Note: Do not fully tighten quick ties until final placement is determined. We recommend a sensor placement of 1-2 inches up from hub axle (diagram #1). Position sensor and wire on backside (toward rider) of fork blade to offer protection from debris while riding. STEP 2: Attach magnet to spoke using screwdriver (diagram #2) so magnet lines up directly across from one of the flat round dots at the lower or upper portion of wheel sensor with a distance of 1-2 mm between sensor and magnet (diagram #3). Caution: Do not over-tighten magnet screw. STEP 3: Attach the wire harness to the fork using quick ties (diagram #1). Excess wire can be wrapped around brake cable before securing bracket to handlebar. Note: Allow slight wire slack between fork and brake cable for turning handlebars. STEP 4: Attach the computer bracket to the handlebars near the stem (diagram #4). Use any combination of rubber shims to fit different diameter handlebars. Tighten the screw so the bracket will not rotate on the handlebars. Slide the computer head into the bracket until it MOUNTING BRACKET "snaps" into place. STEP 5: TEST. Install computer head into bracket and rotate front wheel to test for proper function of magnet/wheel sensor alignment. The mph/kph indicator will flash if the sensor and magnet are properly aligned. Tighten quick ties on sensor when correct alignment is acheived. TO REMOVE COMPUTER HEAD FROM BRACKET: Push the computer in the opposite direction you would to mount it (diagram #5). The computer head will "snap" out. Note: You may have to push hard, do not be afraid of breaking it, it will pop out.
Line up Sensor and Magnet at same level * 1-2 mm apart * DO NOT line up Magnet between flat round dots on Sensor.
COMPUTER HEAD REMOVAL Front of bike Rear of bike
3. Functions & Specifications
LINE : LCD Specification : Line 1, 2 and 3 modes do not change

SEE TOP OF NEXT PAGE.

SCREEN:
OR CHANGE MODE TO SCREEN 2-4 BY PUSHING COMPUTER FORWARD IN BRACKET TO ACCESS: 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 120F/ -19 to 50C (Proteg 9.0 ONLY) CLOCK12 Hr format Indicated by flashing colon ":" BIKE ODOMETER, "BIKE ODO" Up to 99,999 M or K Increments of 0.1 M or K
1 CURRENT SPEED Miles or Kilometers per hour 0-99.9 mph/Kph Increments of 0.1 mph/Kph 2 RIDE TIME, "RTM" Up to 9:59:59 Increments of 1 second 3 RIDE DISTANCE, "DST" Up to 999.99 M or K Increments of 0.01 M or K Up to M or K 4 ODOMETER, "ODO" (ODO= 999.99 M or K Increments of1 0.01 BIKE 2) Cumulative distance for BIKE and
PUSH AND RELEASE FOR MODE CHANGE CAUTION: HOLD FOR LESS THAN ONE SECOND OR YOU WILL RESET ALL OF THE RIDE DATA
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.

4. Additional Features

SPEED COMPARATOR: Indicated by " " and "."

" " " indicates your current speed is faster than your current average speed. " indicates your current speed is slower than your current average speed.

ADDED FEATURES:

+ Auto-Start/Stop - Automatically starts recording data or stops recording data when you start or stop riding + Auto LCD Off - LCD automatically shuts off to conserve power after 5 minutes of non-use. Clock will still be displayed. + MacroMonitor LCD display displays up to 4 functions at once, allowing for fewer mode changes. + "Buttonless" design for ease of use - push computer forward in bracket to change modes. + Weather proof construction and heavy duty wire harness for all-weather use.
DUAL WHEEL SIZE SETTINGS: Indicated by "
" or "." Allows user to program two separate wheel sizes so the computer can be used for two separate bikes with purchase of second handlebar bracket/wire harness (part #8000-1). " " represents an ATB or Hybrid tire. This allows you to know which wheel size " " represents a Road or smooth tire. corresponds with which bike you are riding.
5. Computer Setup and Programming
The Proteg comes with the battery preinstalled. Setup and Programing are facilitated by using the "set" and "mode" buttons loc ated on the underside of the computer case (diagram #6). To initiate programming, press "mode" button to display SCREEN 1, with "ODO" displayed on line 4. Depress and hold the "set" button for 3-4 seconds (use a pen or other such pointy object). Upon release, the M/H or K/H icon will flash. 1) Miles or Kilometers Selection: Once "M/H" or "K/H" is flashing, press "mode" to switch to desired selection. Press "set" to lock in your selection and advance the screen to Wheel Size Setting. 2) Wheel Size Setting (WSS): The screen will now display default WSS "2154" with the "4" flashing. * Background information: The bicycle computer calculates information based upon the distance traveled each time your wheel goes around. The wheel size setting equals the distance in mm traveled in one revolution of your wheel. There are two methods to determine the wheel size setting. * For WSS less than 1000mm, input your WSS in WSS. WSS does not allow a size less than 1000mm. Method 1: Read the tire size on the side wall of your tire and input the number that corresponds to your tire size on the wheel size chart to the right. Since there are many tire manufacturers and designs, tires listed as the same size from different manufacturers can actually vary significantly in their actual circumference. Therefore, we recommend for maximum accuracy in you computer readings, to use Method 2. Method 2: Wheel Roll Out: For best results, find a flat smooth surface to perform the wheel roll out and inflate your tires to riding pressure. 1) Place a piece of masking tape or draw a line on the surface to determine a starting position. 2) Position the front tire valve at the 6:00 position (diagram #7) directly above the staring position. 3) Roll the bicycle forward one revolution of the wheel on a straight line until the valve stem is again at the 6:00 position. (Note: Putting pressure on the handle bars to simulate body weight on the tire will give more accurate results.) Mark the finishing position with masking tape or a line. Repeat the procedure if necessary and average the results. Measure the distance between the starting and finishing positions in mm, this is your WSS. (Note: If you use an inch measuring tape, multiply inches by 25.4 to achieve mm.) This is your WSS in mm.

PRESS HERE TO SWITCH BETWEEN AND MODE
TIRE SIZE 20 x 1.x 1.x 1.x 2.x 1.x 1.x 1.x 2.x 2.x 1 (559 mm) 26 x 1 (650 c)

BATTERY REMOVAL

WSS 1925 TIRE SIZE WSS 700 x 18C x 20C x 23C x 28C x 32C x 38C 2184 FOR FUTURE REFERENCE, WRITE YOUR WSS HERE:
Imputing Wheel Size Setting
A) Press "mode" button to change "flashing" first digit to desired selection. B) Press "set" button to lock in your selection and advance to the next flashing digit. C) Repeat steps A-B until all four digits are set. After the forth digit is set, it will advance the screen to Odometer setting.

3) Odometer Setting

STARTING POSITION

FINISHING POSITION

ONE REVOLUTION = WHEEL SIZE SETTING (mm)
: The digit on the far right will be flashing. (If you don't need to set the Odometer, repeatedly press "set" to advance to WSS.) Repeat steps A-B again to set the Odometer. 4) Wheel Size Setting (WSS): The screen will now display default WSS "0000" with the first "0" flashing. Repeat steps to set WSS. 5) Odometer Setting : Repeat steps to set Odometer. 6) Clock Setting: The hour digit on the far left will be flashing. Repeat steps A-B again to set the time. To reset the clock only, press mode button until clock function is displayed on line four. Press "set" button to initiate clock reset. Follow steps A-B above to set the time. When you are done, the computer will enter normal operating mode. Replace the computer in its bracket and you are ready to ride! To reset ride settings other than the clock, press the mode button until until the forth line displays any function except "CLOCK" or "BIKE ODO." Press and hold the set button for 3-4 seconds. Upon. release, the computer will enter "reset" mode. Follow the instructions as above.

6. Computer Operation

PRECAUTION: When using the Proteg Bicycle Computer, you should ride safely and pay primary attention to the road, traffic or trail conditions at all times.
MODE CHANGE: Push the computer forward in the bracket as far as it will go and release. The forth line will change functions. It is
recommended that the thumb be positioned in the center of the computer when activating mode changes. Note: Do not hold the computer forward in the bracket for more than one second or Ride Data will be reset to "0". RESETTING RIDE DATA: After your ride or before your next ride, you can reset "ride" data (Ride Time, Ride Distance) to "0" by pushing the computer forward in the bracket and holding for three seconds until ride data clears to "0". Release computer immediately when ride data clears to "0".

PUSH AND RELEASE FOR PUSH AND HOLD FOR CHANGE

MODE THREE SECONDS TO

RESET RIDE DATA

CHANGING WHEEL SIZES:

Press 1/2 button on backside of computer. (diagram # 6) BATTERY INSTALLATION: The Proteg Computer comes with the battery preinstalled prior to purchase. The battery should last for 1-2 years with normal use. If you find it necessary to replace the battery, remove the computer from its bracket. (Hint: Record your Odometer mileage before replacing the battery, so you can re-input your Odometer reading after the battery is installed.) Turn the computer over and remove battery cover using a coin (diagram #6). Install the battery (Model CR2032 3V Lithium) with the "+" side facing up. Snap battery cover into case until secure. Make sure the rubber water seal gasket is in place and the battery cover is flush with battery case. Refer to Computer Setup and Programming to re-input setup data.

7. Trouble Shooting

1) Display is blank or shows partial digits
Remove and reinsert battery. If problem persists, a new battery may be required.
2) LCD displays numbers but does not record data when riding.
Check for proper wheel sensor/magnet alignment (See Section #2, Step #2). Check and clean contacts on bracket and computer. Use mild detergent and water and dry completely. DO NOT use alcohol or any kind of solvent. Planet Bike, PO Box 259267, Madison, WI 53725 www.planetbike.com 2002. Planet Bike. All Rights Reserved.

3) LCD screen is dark

This is normally caused by overheating when computer is left sitting in the sun. Allow the computer to cool and it will return to normal. If you experience any other problems, Contact your Planet Bike dealer or Planet Bike.

 

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