Bell F20 Bike Computer
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|legendlcox||1:06am on Tuesday, June 21st, 2011|
|I have one of these f20 bike computers and I like it a lot but the problem with it is you can't reset individual things like the times or say you want to reset the trip odometer function. You have to reset the device then enter in all the information such as the odometer and the weight and the wheel size and start from scratch by entering in all the data manually. But overall I like it But be sure to save your wheel size and miles in an excel document because it could get erased by accident and you could forget how many miles you have on your bike.|
|bernd.salewski||11:21am on Tuesday, August 31st, 2010|
|Looks great, Sturdy construction, Great resolution and brightness None. I love em so much i bought 2.|
|shreks||12:44pm on Sunday, June 20th, 2010|
|Great Monitor I bought this monitor from computer direct a couple months ago, and I have been very satisfied with it so far.|
|critteranne||6:53am on Thursday, June 10th, 2010|
|LCD Failure (inverter issue) within 6 months/ Poor warranty Although it looks fancy. Acer Ferrari Wins again A great products. looks good. works great. right price BUT expensive and difficult to ship to Australia|
|GaryJanssen||5:49am on Monday, May 17th, 2010|
|I have been using the 19-inch Dell UltraSharp 1905FP LCD monitor for over 3 years. top design and finish, great picture, easy to use. More expensive than a standard model. I have had my monitor for nine months now and although it was a little more expensive than other monitors, its sheer stunning looks and performance.|
|enoch||11:16am on Saturday, March 13th, 2010|
|Decent Price Point, Good Quality Crisp clear screen, amazing viewing angle. Perfect vision Prize Small screen actually, when will appear the 24 model|
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Bell Wireless Speedometer
Installation BATTERY Make sure to write down the Odometer value
before changing the battery so you can later re-enter it in the odometer. Install the new battery with the positive (+) pole facing outward (Figure 1). After changing the battery all settings are erased. Clamp the magnet to a spoke on the right side of the front wheel (Figure 2). Make sure that the magnet is facing the outside of the wheel so that the flat side of the magnet passes in front of the sensor. Attach the speedometer sensor to the right fork leg using the two cable ties provided. Make sure the metal side of the sensor is facing the wheel. Do not fully secure the cable ties yet, as the sensor location might require further adjustments (Figure 3). Adjust the sensor and magnet location so that clearance between the two is no greater than 1/5" (5mm) (Figure 4). Magnet should pass by the tip of the sensor. Remove the adhesive tape shield on the back of the bracket and position the bracket on the handlebar of the bicycle. Fasten the O-ring around the top edge of the bracket and wrap around the underside of the handlebar and attach to the bottom edge of the bracket. Insert the computer into the mounting bracket and twist to the right to lock into place. Sensor Computer Unit
Programming the Computer
Wheel Size Input The flashing number "2124" is the preset value. To determine the correct wheel factor, refer to the table shown. Set the wheel factor by pressing the Right button until the correct setting appears. Press the Left button to lock in the correct digit. Repeat until all four digits are entered.
Now that the speedometer is configured, insert the computer into the bracket and twist to the right to lock in place. To check for proper installation, spin the front wheel. The speed tendency icon in the upper left corner of the screen should be turning as the computer starts recording data (Refer to Troubleshooting in case of problems).
20" 22" 24" 26" 1916 2073
24" 26" 27" 28" 2155 2237
Current Speed (SPD) 0199.9 Km/hr or M/hr Calories Burned (CAL) 0999.9 Calories Burned Speed Comparison (+ or -) Speed Tendency
27"/ 700c 2124
Computer Battery (3.0V/CR2032)
Km or Mile Selection After setting the Wheel Factor the Km/M selection will appear. Press the Right button to choose kilometer or mile. Press the Left button to confirm. 12 or 24 Hour Format Selection After the Km/M input selection, the clock format screen will appear. Press the Right button to choose between the two formats. Press the Left button to confirm.
Trip Distance (DST) 0999.9 Km or M Trip Timer (TM) 9 hrs 59 min 59 sec Odometer (ODO) Average Speed (AVS) Maximum Speed (MXS) Clock
Cable Ties (2)
KG or LB Selection After the hour format selection, the Kg/Lb selection will appear. Press the Right button to choose between Kilograms (Kg) or Pounds (Lb). Press the Left button to confirm choice.
Once the weight unit is selected, the computer will ask the user to enter his/her weight. This will allow the computer to accurately estimate the number of calories burned while riding. To enter the correct weight, press the Right button until the correct digit appears. Press the Left button to lock in the correct digit. Repeat until all digits are entered. NOTE: The weight entered should be between 80499Lb or 35199Kg. The speedometer is now ready to use.
Sensor Sensor Sensor
Bicycle fork Bicycle fork Bicycle fork
or or or Magnet Magnet Magnet
Magnet Magnet Magnet 5mm 5mm 5mm Sensor Sensor Sensor Sensor Sensor Sensor
Current Speed (SPD) Current Speed represents instantaneous speed. It is displayed on the upper screen. The speedometer measures speeds up to 200Km/hr or 125 M/hr. If no keys are touched and no movement sensed from the bicycle for five minutes, the speedometer will go into sleep mode. Press any key to reactivate. Calories Burned (CAL) Calories Burned is displayed on the upper screen. It represents the accumulated number of calories burned while riding. The calorie count on the screen will start over once 999 calories have been burned. Calories Burned can be reset at any time by pressing and holding the Left button when "CAL" is displayed on the screen. Speed Comparison (+ or -) "+" or "-" appears next to the current speed. This function shows the positive or negative acceleration of your Continued On Reverse Side
Top View Top View Top View
Improper installation of this or any other bike computer can result in an accident. Read instructions carefully. Call 1-800-456-BELL if you have any questions about installation.
Check mounting hardware and transmitter installation before each ride for adjustment and secure fit. This computer will not fit all bikes. If you cannot get a secure installation per the instruction manual, do not use this computer.
Clock Set the time by pressing and holding the Right button until the hour is flashing. To set, press the Right button until desired setting is displayed. Press the Left button to confirm. Repeat steps for the minute setting.
current speed. If the current speed is higher than the average speed, a "+" is displayed on your screen. If the current speed is lower than the average speed, a "-" is displayed on the screen. Shows only when SPD function is on upper screen.
Odometer (ODO) Odometer is displayed on the lower screen. Just like a car, it measures distance ridden over time. After changing the computer battery, ODO will be set to zero. The odometer can be reset to the previous value by pressing and holding the Left button for two seconds when "ODO" is displayed on the screen. Average Speed (AVS) Average Speed is displayed on the lower screen. It represents the average speed while riding. Press the Right button until the "AVG" appears. The average speed is measured over the total cycling time for each trip. A figure can be expressed in Km/hr or M/hr. The average speed can be reset at any time by pressing and holding the Right button for two seconds when the AVS is displayed on the screen.
NOTE: Resetting the Average Speed will automatically reset the Trip Timer and Trip Distance. Hold either left or right main button for more than 1 second to activate the backlight feature & illuminate the display screen
Speed Tendency "Graphic" is the animation of the wheel moving. Trip Distance (DST) Press the Right button until "DST" appears. Trip Distance is displayed on the lower screen. It is activated automatically with the bicycle in motion. Trip Distance can be reset by pressing and holding the Right button for two seconds when "DST" is displayed on the screen.
NOTE: Resetting Trip Distance will automatically reset Trip Timer and Average Speed.
Problem Possible Cause Recommended Action
No speedometer display and/or no data reading
Interference from electrical sources Improper magnet/sensor alignment Poor battery contact or low/dead battery
Move computer to different area Ensure sensor & magnet are properly installed and aligned (p. 1) Replace battery Only use computer when temperature is within operational limits Replace battery
Slow display response
Temperature outside of operational limits (0-60C or 32-140F) Poor battery contact or low/dead battery Temperature too hot or display exposed to sunlight too long Computer damaged or dropped
Trip Timer (TM) Trip Timer is displayed on the lower screen. It is activated automatically with the bicycle in motion: it is on when you ride and off when you stop. To display the timer, press the Right button until "TM" appears. The timer records the total cycling time for each trip. Trip Timer can be reset at any time by pressing and holding the Left button for two seconds when the "TM" is displayed on the screen. Note: Resetting Trip Timer will automatically reset Trip Distance and Average Speed.
Maximum Speed (MXS) Press the Right button until the "MXS" appears. This display will show the maximum speed during your ride. Maximum Speed can be reset at any time by pressing and holding the Left button for two seconds when the MXS is displayed on the screen. Whats Not Reset
Clock Odometer (ODO) Maximum Speed
Display shows irregular features Black display
Only use computer when temperature is within operational limits. Remove from sunlight Computer is broken
Press both main left and right buttons down for 2 seconds Press YELLOW button on Left back of speedometer with a pencil tip This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. 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. Warning: Changes or modifications to this unit not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user's authority to operate the equipment. NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. Increase the separation between the equipment & receiver. Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
Calories Burned (CAL) Trip Distance (DST) Trip Timer Average Speed (AVS) Above functions plus: Wheel Circumference KM or Mile Selection 12-24 Hour Format KG or LB Selection User Weight Clock Max Speed (MXS) All functions, including Odometer (ODO) are reset (same as when you change the battery)
Press RED button on Right back of speedometer with a pencil tip
2006 Bell Sports, Inc. Rantoul, IL 61866 www.bellbikestuff.com
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