Cateye Cordless 7
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CAT EYE Cordless 7
Do not concentrate too much on the computer operations while riding. Be sure to securely mount the magnet, sensor and bracket on your bicycle, and alweys check to insure they are mounted securely. Used batteries must be disposed of properly and in accordance with all local regulations. Never disassemble the computer. For cleaning, use mild soap and a soft cloth. Wipe dry with a soft cloth. Paint thinner, benzine, alcohol or other chemicals may damage the surface.
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.
CYCLOCOMPUTER CC-FR7CL E OWNERS MANUAL
Installation of Computer:
The FCC requires the user to be notified that any changes or modifications made to this device that are not expressly approved by Cat Eye Co., Ltd. may void the users authority to operate the equipment.
U.S. Pat. Nos.4633216/4636769/4642606/5236759 Pat. and Design Pat. Pending Copyright 2002 CATEYE Co., Ltd. CCMFR7CL-021210 Printed in Japan 066600165 1
About cordless system
The sensor picks up the wheel revolution signal and transmits the signal to the computer; the computer calculates and displays the data on the screen. CAUTION: In order to prevent external signal interference, the signal reception range is limited. For best performance, the distance between the sensor and the computer must be kept within 70cm. Attach the sensor at the upper part of your fork so that the distance becomes less than 70cm. The signal reception range may shorten as a result of low temperature or lowered battery power. In the following places and circumstances, interference may occur, resulting in malfunction: Near railroad crossing; in train cars. Near other cordless devices/television/personal computer/high power lighting system. Near the places where strong electromagnetic wave is generated; near television/ radio station; near radar base. When being very close to another bicycle which also has a cordless cyclocomputer on its handlebar.
IMPORTANT! PLEASE READ INSTRUCTIONS COMPLETELY BEFORE ATTEMPTING TO INSTALL AND USE YOUR CAT EYE CORDLESS 7 COMPUTER.
Max. Distance 70 cm
2 Sensor (Transmitter)
Computer Set-up (for first use, or after replacing battery)
Nylon Ties (L x 2) Nylon Ties (S x 2)
Press All-Clear button (AC). Stored data is erased. Computer power is started. Total Odometer read's "zero". All digits shown then fades. Flashing "km/h" remains.
AC Button SET button ST./STOP button MODE button AC button
Secure bracket to handlebar with nylon ties (fig. A). Slide computer into mount until it snaps in place.
Adjust between mph or km/h by pressing the MODE button.
Get your wheel circumference
Use the below table as the rough guide.
L(mm) Tire Size 12 x1.14 x 1.14 x 1.16 x 1.16 x 1.18 x 1.18 x 1.20 x 1.20 x 1-3/22 x 1-3/22 x 1-1/24 x 24 x 3/4Tubular x 1-1/24 x 1-1/24 x 1.24 x 2.24 x 2.26 x 7/26 x 1(59) x 1(65) x 1.26 x 1-1/26 x 1-3/26 x 1-1/26 x 1.26 x 1.26 x 1.26 x 1.26 x 2.26 x 2.26 x 2.26 x 2.26 x 3.27 x 27 x 1-1/27 x 1-1/27 x 1-3/650 x 35A x 38A x 38B x 18C x 19C x 20C x 23C x 25C x 28C x 30C x 32C 2155 700C Tubular x 35C x 38C x 40C 2200 The tire size is marked on both sides of the tire.
Mount the wheel magnet to a spoke on the front wheel (fig.B), so the magnet faces the sensor.
(fig. B) Spoke Secure the sensor to fork leg as shown (fig. C). NOTE: The distance between the computer and the sensor must not exceed 70 cmif the sensor is too far away from the computer head, the speed signal will not register on the computer. For best results, mount the sensor as high on the fork leg as reasonably possible, so that the sensor is within Front Fork transmission range to the computer. However, the sensor must be close enough to spokes to allow proper disSensor Screw 4 tance to magnet (see below).
Press the SET button to lock in your choice---OR--if you want to input previous mileage, hold the MODE button (before pressing the SET button) for 2 seconds. Flashing Odometer digits will appear. MODE button increases the digit number. START/STOP button moves to the next digit. Press the SET button when complete.
increase the figure
move to the next digit
NOTE: When the wheel rotates, the magnet MUST line up with the mark on the sensor. ALSO NOTE: Magnet must pass within 5 mm of the sensorif not, it will not trip the sensor as it passes, and the computer will not register speed. Adjusting the sensor position higher or lower on the fork leg or by rotating the sensor on the fork mount may be required to achieve proper distance to the wheel magnet.
Less than 5mm
Wheel circumference number is shown. Look at chart to find TIRE SIZE in "mm". To increase TIRE SIZE press MODE button. To decrease press START/STOP button. 10-2999 mm can be registered. Press SET button when finished.
Test by spinning the front wheel. Computer screen should show speed. If not, make sure 1) the magnet is close enough to sensor (within 5 mm); and 2) the sensor is close enough to computer head (within 70 cm) and 3) nothing is obstructing the line of sight between the sensor and the computer head.
decrease the figure
Sensor Pulse Indicator
Setup Completed (To Tm)
In this state Auto Time is ON.
Operation of Computer
Speed Scale Indicator - mph or km/h on main display flashes when computer is measuring speed. Display Modes - Press MODE button to shift lower display from one mode to the next. The display modes change from Elapsed Time (Tm), to Average Speed (Av), to Maximum Speed (Mx), to Total Odometer (Odo), to Trip Distance (Dst). CLOCK TIME - Hold MODE button for 2 seconds to display Clock Time (this works in any of the display modes). [To set correct Clock Time, press SET button when Clock Time is showing in lower display. Use MODE button to increase the digit number, and press SET to change to next digit. Press SET button when complete]. - When this is activated, the computer will autoAUTO TIME matically start and stop measuring Elapsed Time (Tm), Average Speed (Av), and Trip Distance (Dst), as soon as the bike starts icon shows in main moving. AUTO TIME is activated when display. To turn feature on or off, press SET button while lower display is in Elapsed Time (Tm), Average Speed (Av), or Trip Distance (Dst) activated. mode. For best results, operate the computer with MANUAL MODE - Press the START/STOP button to start the Elapsed Time (Tm), Average Speed (Av) and Trip Distance (Dst) is not activated. measurement, ONLY IF AUTO TIME Reset Time, Distance, Average - To reset (zero out) ride data (Elapsed Time, Trip Distance, Average Speed, and Max. Speed), press MODE and START/STOP simultaneously. [Total Odometer is not reset].
Speed Scale Indicator
Speed (upper display)
0.0(4.0)-105.9 km/h [0.0(3.0)-65.9 mph]
No signal 10 minuets
Power Saving Function
(When the unit doesn't receive signal for ten minutes, it enters into power saving mode.)
Sensor Pulse Indicator Flashes in synchronization with signal from sensor. Wheel Icon Shows which wheel is selected Auto Time Icon Starts/stops measuring automatically.
2 weeks later Power Saving Mode
When wheel starts rotating, it returns to normal mode.
To wake up the unit, press MODE button or ST./STOP button.
How Mode Shifts in Lower Display
Pressing MODE and ST./STOP button simultaneously for a few seconds in Mx mode, the computer will go to sleep mode.
Dual Tire Size You can set 2 different wheel circumferences How to Switch Wheel and
Tm Av SET Dst Press SET button in Tm, Av or Dst
0.0-105.9 km/h [0.0-65.9 mph]
If Elapsed Time exceeds 27 hours or Trip Distance exceeds 999.99km, Average Speed shows E. and ceases calculation.
In any functions other than Odo
Hold down 2 seconds In Odo Road Racer MTB
Press simultaneously 2 seconds
How to Change Wheel Circumference
0.0-99999 km [mile]
Default figure Wheel A: 2096 Wheel B: 2050 Increases figure
Power Saving Function: Power saving mode ------- No signal for 10 minutes. Sleep mode ----------------- No signal for 2 weeks. Wake mode ----------------- Press MODE or START/STOP button. Dual tire size: Two different wheel size can be programed. Press MODE and START/STOP simultaneously for 2 seconds to switch size and. is designed for road bikes. Wheel size is designed for slower speeds Wheel size that can be typical for mountain bikes.
Hold down 2 seconds MODE
0.00-999.99 km [mile] From any mode MTB
How to Adjust Clock
If Km/h is selected for speed scale, it becomes 24-hour clock. If mph is selected, it becomes 12-hour clock.
Returns to above mode
No display. The battery in the computer run down? Replace it with a new one and do all clear operation. Incorrect data appears. Do all clear operation. (Before this operation, write down your Odo data, and input it again after all clear operation. In this way you can continue to accumulate your Odo.) Cannot start measuring by START/STOP button. Is the icon on? To operate manually, switch off the Auto Time. Sensor pulse indicator does not flash. (Current speed does not appear.) [If the sensor pulse indicator fails to flash, first spin front wheel to align computer with sensor. Indicator will flash if computer is working. If not, this will pinpoint the problem to be: 1. dead battery; 2. distance between sensor and unit is over 70cm.] Is the clearance between the sensor and the magnet too large? Are the magnet's center and the sensor's marking line aligned? Re-adjust the positions of the magnet and the sensor. Is the distance between the computer and the sensor too long? Adjust the sensor's position so that the distance becomes less than 70cm. The battery in the sensor run down? Replace it with a new one. *In winter, battery's performance is degraded. The battery in the computer run down? Replace it with a new one and do all clear operation.
Battery ------------------------------ Computer: Lithium Battery CR2032 X 1 Sensor: Lithium Battery CR2032 X 1 Battery Life ------------------------- Computer: approx. 1 year (in the case of being used for 1 hour every day) Sensor: until Total Distance reaches about 10,000km (6,250mile) *This is the average figure of being used under 20C temperature and the dis tance between the computer and the sensor is 65cm. Controller -------------------------- 4-bit 1-chip microcomputer (crystal controlled oscillator) Display ----------------------------- Liquid crystal display Sensor ------------------------------ No contact magnetic sensor Wheel Circumference Range ---- 10mm-2999mm (default figure: A: 2095mm, B: 2050mm) Working Temperature ------------ 0C - 40C (32F - 104F) Dimension/Weight ---------------- 1-19/32 x 2-7/32 x 27/32" (40 x 56.5 x 21mm) / 1.06oz (30g) * The factory-loaded battery life might be shorter than the above-mentioned specification. * The specifications and design are subject to change without notice.
2-year warranty for computer/sensor only (excluding parts and batteries) If trouble or damage occurs during normal use, the product will be repaired or replaced free of charge. Type your name, address, date of purchase and the situation of trouble clearly on the warranty certificate, and send it back to the appropriate service center together with the product. Insurance, handling and transportation charges shall be borne by the customer. After being repaired or replaced, the product will be shipped back to the customer. CO.,LTD. 2-8-25, Kuwazu, Higashi Sumiyoshi-ku, Osaka 546-0041 Japan Attn.: CAT EYE Customer Service Section Service & Research Address for United States Consumers: CAT EYE Service & Research Center 1705 14th St. 115 Boulder, CO 80302 Phone: 303-443-4595 Toll Free: 800-5CATEYE Fax: 303-473-0006 e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org URL: http://www.cateye.com The following parts are available. #169-6693 Parts Kit #169-6673 Sensor #169-6663 Bracket Kit
To clean the computer or accessories, use diluted neutral detergent on a soft cloth, and then wipe it off with a dry cloth. If the gaps between the buttons and the unit get clogged with mud or sand, wash with water.
Computer If the screen gets dim, please replace the battery. (Before replacing battery, write down your Odo data, and input it again after all clear operation. This way you can retain your Odo data and continue to count, even after replacing the battery.) Insert a new lithium battery (CR2032) with the (+) mark facing up. After replacing battery, do all clear operation and set up the unit again. Sensor If the sensor pulse symbol on the display gets dim, please replace the battery. After replacing the battery, check the position of the sensor and magnet again.
#169-6773 Attachment Kit
#166-5150 Lithium Battery (CR2032)
#169-6667 Center Mount Kit
#169-6669 Stem Mount Kit
#169-9760 Magnet for Composite Wheel
#169-9690 Hi-Power Wheel Magnet
If your Cordless 7 sensor is not functioning properly, please refer to the following points:
Sensor and Magnet position
Position the magnet so that it passes in front of the sensor marking line.
Spacing between the sensor marking line and the magnet should be less than 5mm.
Magnet Less than 5mm
Sensor marking line
Best positions for the magnet and sensor
Try to position the face of the sensor towards the magnet as much as possible. Refer to the pictures below. Area and distance where magnet sensitivity is optimized
Less than 5mm
The round 'bump' on the sensor should not face the magnet.
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