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Based on Cateye Mity 3
41.00 37.51 63.00 81.23 81.00 81.00 90.00 154.00 63.00 158.16
16.6 18.3 14.4 17.3 17.8 17.1 16.7 15.5 13.9 17.4
23.5 24.0 31.0 33.5 29.5 30.0 28.0 43.0 31.5 34.5
11.65 11.76 15.23 23.85 24.06 23.85 25.12 40.02 14.78 34.48
116.00 128.83 144.31 168.70 192.77 216.62 242.00 282.48 297.27 331.92
96.00 176.00 115.00 110.24 150.09 222.00 115.22 156.54 117.00
11.8 16.8 17.6 18.5 17.0 13.0 17.6 16.4 17.4
35.5 34.5 28.0 30.5 23.0 36.0 32.5 39.0 30.5
18.92 49.16 34.04 34.23 42.52 43.84 34.04 42.92 34.37
351.49 49.16 83.73 119.44 161.98 205.87 240.41 283.84 318.22
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117.00 03/09/2009 128.90 03/12/2009 144.40 03/26/2009 168.80 04/06/2009 192.80 04/07/2009 216.65 04/21/2009 242.00 02/24/2009 282.50 04/26/2009 297.30 04/29/2009 332.00 05/01/2009
Sunny and Cold Sunny and Cool overcast mild Sunny Warm Sunny and mild sunny partly cloudy cool and partly sunny partly cloudy Partly Sunny Side / head wind Sunny and warm Mostly Sunny and Hot Sunny, slight tailwind sunny warm almost perfect sunny warm sunny, cool Sunny and Warm Sunny and HOT Sunny and 70's
Tuckwila to Auburn Tukwila to Auburn I-90 to Seattle Work to Auburn Work to Auburn Work to Auburn Work to Auburn + some Vashon Southworth Gig Harbor Work to Tukwila Work to Puyallpu Work to Seattle Foothills Trail to Fairfax Bridge Work to Puyallup work to puyallup Yelm to Lacey Round trip Van Lierops to Alder lake Work to Puyallup Work to Puayllup 8 Work to Puyallup
351.60 05/15/2009 400.70 05/16/2009 435.30 05/18/2009 471.00 05/22/2009 513.50 05/23/2009 557.40 05/25/2009 592.00 05/27/2009 634.90 05/29/2009 669.80 06/01/2009
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127.47 129.29 263.36 166.00 138.00 133.00 177.00 160.45 94.43 346.00
17.7 16.0 15.3 14.9 16.4 17.0 14.1 16.3 16.1 14.3
31.0 28.5 39.0 29.5 28.5 32.0 37.0 34.0 37.0 39.0
37.75 34.70 67.48 41.54 37.76 37.87 41.76 27.11 25.54 82.70
38.31 73.25 140.73 182.28 220.56 258.61 300.38 327.62 353.29 82.70
94.54 110.48 273.04 109.55 94.00 135.00 201.57
16.0 17.8 15.2 19.1 17.3 15.3 17.6
34.0 27.5 42.0 29.0 32.0 37.0 32.0
25.38 32.96 69.09 35.08 27.40 34.77 65.33
108.17 141.31 69.09 104.69 132.10 166.94 232.28
70.43 130.28 103.33
10.1 17.1 13.5
20.5 38.5 33.5
11.92 37.38 23.48
245.21 282.59 306.16
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708.30 06/03/2009 743.20 06/05/2009 810.70 06/06/2009 852.20 06/09/2009 890.50 06/10/2009 928.60 06/11/2009 970.30 06/13/2009 997.60 06/15/2009 1023.30 06/17/2009 1106.00 06/20/2009
Sunny and Warm Overcast cool headwind Overcast cool Clear - Evening time Sunny and mild Sunny and mild Overcast then Sunny Sunny and tail wind Overcast Sun, Rain, Clouds, Cool Overcast Sunny , Tailwind Sunny, Burnt TAILWIND low 90's sunny low 80's Sunny Overcast to Breaking Clouds Overcast Cool Partly Cloudy Sunny and Perfect
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Work to Home Work to Puyallup Loop to Black Diamond and back Loop to Pt Defiance Work to Home Work to Home Home to Columbia City Tukwila to home via North Hill Tukwila to home via North Hill Hwy 504 to Johnson Ridge Observatory Tukwila to hom via North Hill Work to Mel and Jer's SEA INTL Randoneers Work to Puyallup To Leaf's Loop Orting, Buckley, Bonney Lake Eatonville to Longmire Loop Olympia Woodlands Trail McMillan to Carbonado Loop Tacoma, Pt Defiance, Narrows Bridge Loop
1131.40 06/23/2009 1164.60 06/25/2009 1233.70 06/27/2009 1269.30 06/30/2009 1296.70 07/03/2009 1331.60 07/04/2009 1396.90 07/09/2009
1409.80 07/12/2009 1447.20 07/13/2009 1470.80 07/14/2009
111.53 180.00 147.19 117.16 50.40 89.10 237.00 256.00 315.38 92.07 240.46
13.4 16.8 13.2 17.8 13.3 16.6 15.8 18.6 16.5 16.7 13.8
36.5 40.0 34.5 40.0 28.0 39.0 39.5 41.0 37.5 30.0 34.5
25.13 50.56 23.72 34.98 11.36 24.74 62.71 60.77 60.60 25.70 55.95
331.33 381.90 405.63 34.98 138.28 163.03 226.82 288.52 351.08 376.82 479.62
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1496.00 07/17/2009 1546.60 07/20/2009 1570.30 07/21/2009 1605.30 07/23/2009 1708.60 07/28/2009 1733.30 07/29/2009 1797.20 08/01/2009 1858.90 08/02/2009 1921.50 08/03/2009 1947.20 08/05/2009 2050.00 09/27/2009
Sunny and Hot Clear Skies Hot then Cool Evening cool Evening ride Africa Hot! Early Morning Day 1 Courage Classic Day 2 Courage Classic Day 3 Courage Classic Tukwila to Eastgate Loop Ride 4 Ultra Sound
Pt Defiance - Gig Harbor Loop Seattle to Home The Hub Loop South Hill, Orting loop The Hub short loop Kent to Home Hot Really Hot Hot cool and overcast Beautiful Weather
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Fascetta universale per fissaggio sensore
2-8-25, Kuwazu, Higashi Sumiyoshi-Ku, Osaka 546-0041 JAPAN ATT: CAT EYE Customer Service Section
Kabelbevestigingset (Voor extra dikke vork)
Elementos de fijacin (Para horquilla extra larga)
Wheel Magnet for Composit Wheel Pour roue composite
Wheel Magnet Aimant de Roue
Magnete per ruote
Magnete per ruota
Voor o.a, carbonwielen
Para rueda de palos
Imn de Rueda
Lithium Battery (CR2032) Pile au Lithium (CR2032) Batteria al litio (CR2032)
Batera de Litio (CR2032)
A. Upper Display (Usually Current Speed) B. Mode Symbol C. Average Pace Arrow D. Speed Scale E. Auto Mode Symbol F. Wheel Selection Symbol G. Lower Display (Selected Function) H. Mode Button I. S Button (Start/Stop) J. SET Button K. Battery Cover L. Contact
Don't pay too much attention to your computer functions while riding. Keep your eyes on the road and pay attention to traffic conditions. Securely attach the magnet, sensor and bracket to your bicycle. Periodically check if the screws and secure bands have loosened. Safely dispose of the old battery. Do not place it within children's reach. If swallowed by mistake, consult a doctor immediately. Do not leave the main unit exposed to direct sunlight. Never disassemble the main unit. For cleaning, use neutral detergent on soft cloth, and wipe off with dry cloth. Do not apply paint thinner, benzine or alcohol, to avoid damages on the surface. If there is mud, sand or the like clogged between the button and the body, button operation can become impaired. Softly wash away such objects with water. Before each ride, insure the computer is completely and securely mounted to the bracket.
HOW TO ATTACH TO BICYCLE
Refer to the "Installation Manual".
All Clear Operation
SET (on back)
In Clock Time Setting Display:
Just press Hold down (2 sec.)
MAIN UNIT PREPARATION
Using this unit for the first time After replacing battery
Press all the three buttons simultaneously.
If SET button is pressed in (stop state), clock time setting display appears. SET (on back)
Completes setting Ready for measuring Increases the figure by one
Rapidly increases the figure
Press all the three buttons simultaneously. All displays illuminate, and then "K" symbol flashes.
In Wheel Circumference Setting Display:
If SET button is pressed in Odo display (stop state), wheel circumference setting display appears.
Speed Scale Selection
Press MODE button and select "K"(=km) or "M"(=mile).
Odo Data Input
Hold down MODE button to reach Odo input display. Input the figure by MODE button. Press S button to change the flickering digit.
Wheel circumference setting is the actual distance in centimeters on the ground of one wheel revolution measures. For the most accurate settings, do this roll-out. Otherwise, consult the Cross Reference Table for approximate setting.
Ready for measuring
Moves from hour digits to minute digits When "M" (=Mile) was chosen for speed scale, the clock time is in 12-hour. If "K" (=Km), the clock time is 24-hour.
Moves between wheel circumference A and B Increases the figure by one
Wheel Circumference A & B
(Can switch between A & B any time) A: Best for road bikes and riding [Initial figure =210 cm] B: Best for MTB riding and low speed sensitivity [Initial figure =205 cm] When MODE button and S button are pressed simultaneously in Odo display, first the wheel circumference value appears. If these buttons are further held down for more than 3 seconds, the wheel circumference moves between A or B.
Rapidly increases the figure Decreases the figure by one Rapidly decreases the figure
Press S or SET button to fix it Wheel Circumference Setting
Input wheel circumference A by S button () or MODE button (+). For inputting wheel circumference B, hold down SET button; the display changes to B. Input the figure in the same way.
In Measuring Functions:
When measuring, the speed scale flashes.
In Tm, Av and Dst(1, 2) display Switches on/off Moves between wheel circumference and Moves to the next function
(How the display changes by MODE button)
Av Dst1 Mx Dst2 Odo
Moves to the next function Shifts Tm/Av/Mx data to the upper display Starts/stops measuring
Press SET button to fix it
When is on: is off:
Press S and MODE buttons simultaneously for 1 second
Set the Clock time
Shifts Tm/Av/Mx data to the upper display
Data to be reset: In Tm, Av, Mx, Dst1 and display: ---- Resets Tm, Av, Mx and Dst1 data all together In Dst2 display: -------------- Resets only Dst2 data
Wheel A: 0.0(3.0)-65 mph 1 mph(under 31 mph)[0.0(4.0)-105km/h 1km/h] Wheel B: 0.0(2.0)-65 mph 1 mph(under 31 mph)[0.0(2.5)-105km/h 1km/h]
Automatic Start/Stop Function
When the symbol is on, the unit automatically starts and stops measuring while a wheel pulse is detected. (See the above In Measuring Functions for how to switch on/off.)
Usually displayed on the upper display and updated once a second. When Av or Mx data is shifted to the upper display, Spd shifts to the lower display.
Power Saving Function
When the main unit does not receive a signal, or a button has not been pressed for 60-70 minutes, the power supply is shut down and the main unit will only display the clock. By pressing either MODE or S button, or by receiving signal, this function is released.
Average Pace Arrow
Shows whether the current speed is faster or slower than the average speed. ------ Faster than the average speed ------ Slower than the average speed When the average speed is zero, or when in the stop state, no pacer symbol appears.
When the main unit or the contact gets wet, dry it off with a cloth; rust will cause functional errors.
Total Distance (Odometer)
0.0 - 9999.9 /10000 - 99999 mile[km] 0.1 mile[km]
No display. Has the battery in the main unit worn out? Replace it with a new one. Incorrect data appears or the screen is frozen. Do "All Clear" operation. (If possible, write down the Odo data before all clear operation, and input it again after the display returns normal.) Current speed does not appear. (When current speed does not appear, first short-circuit the contact on the back with metal; if the speed display appears, the main unit is normal and the problem must be in the bracket or the sensor.) Is there anything on the contact of the main unit or of the bracket? Wipe the contact clean. DO NOT use abrasives, sandpaper, etc. Is the distance between the sensor and the magnet too far? Are the marking line of the sensor and the center of magnet aligned? Adjust the position of the sensor and magnet again. Is the wire broken? Replace it with a new one. Close
Continuously measured until battery wears down. Displayed with 0.1 resolution up to 9999.9 km and with 1.0 resolution up to 99999 km. (With all clear operation, it returns to zero; to continue accumulation of data, input the previous Odo data after all clear operation.)
Trip Distance(1, 2)
0.00 - 999.99 mile[km] 0.01 mile[km]
The trip distance from start to current point is displayed. Two different start points can be set (Dst1 and Dst2). Dst2 is best for measuring a sectional distance. With Reset operation, it returns to zero. [Reset of Dst1 is always done with reset of Tm, Av and Mx all together. Reset of Dst2 is done independently of the other reset and does not affect the other data.]
0:00'00" - 9:59'59" 0.003 %
Tm moves up as Main Display
Elapsed time is measured from start to current point, in units of hours, minutes and seconds. At 10 hours, it returns to zero and counting begins anew. With the press of S button, Tm data shifts to the upper display. In this case, the lower display shows the hour digits of Tm data (instead of Spd). With Reset operation, it returns to zero.
How to Replace Battery
Insert a new lithium battery (CR2032) with the (+) pole upward. Perform ALL CLEAR OPERATION after replacing the battery. In order to continue accumulation of Odo data, write down the stored Odo before replacing the battery.
0.0 - 65 mph [105 km/h] 0.3 mph [km/h]
Av moves up as Main Display
The average speed from start to current point is displayed. If the elapsed time exceeds 27 hours or Dst1 exceeds 999.99km, (.E) is displayed and calculation ceases. With the press of S button, Av data shifts to the upper display. In this case, Spd data is shifted to the lower display. With reset operation, it returns to zero.
Continuing Accumulation of Odo Data
Although the Odo data returns to zero by all clear operation, you can continue accumulation of data by inputting the previous Odo data. Be sure to write down the data before replacing the battery. Specifications
Applicable Wheel Circumference --- 100cm - 300cm Applicable Fork Diameter ------------ ED200; 11 to 40 (Sensor Band S: 11-26, Sensor Band L: 21-40) ---------------------------------------------- MT300; 11 to 36 (Sensor Band S: 11-26, Sensor Band L: 21-36) Length of Wire -------------------------- 70cm Power Supply ---------------------------- Lithium Battery (CR2032) x 1 Battery Life ------------------------------- Approx. 3 years (The life of the first factory-loaded battery may be shorter than this period.) Dimension/Weight ---------------------- 1-13/16 x 1-17/32 x 9/32 [46 x 39 x 17mm] / 0.92 oz [26 g] * The specifications and design are subject to change without notice.
0.0(3.0) - 65 mph [105 km/h] 1 mph [km/h]
Mx moves up as Main Display
Displays the highest recorded speed. With the press of S button, Mx data shifts to the upper display. In this case, Spd data is shifted to the lower display. With reset operation, it returns to zero.
1:00' - 12:59' or 0:00' - 23:59' 0.003 %
If "M" is selected for speed scale, the clock time is in 12 hour. If "K", the clock time is 24 hour.
CAT EYE MITY3
1 Bracket 2 Wire 3 Sensor 4 Sensor Bands-A 5 Sensor Band-B 6 Magnet 7 Sensor Band Rubber Pad 8 Bracket Rubber Pad 9 Nylon Tie 0 Sensor Band Screw
Slide the main unit onto the bracket according to " How to Attach Main Unit to Bracket" (below). Make sure the computer is fully attached to the bracket. Spin the front wheel and check if the speed display appears. (If not, adjust the relative positions of magnet and sensor again.) Fasten the sensor securely, and remove the main unit.
Attach the sensor temporarily. Note: Sensor Band-A (Small) --------- 11-26 (Large) --------- 21-36
Secure the wire along the fork with the nylon ties 9, and wind it round the brake cable(3) up to the handlebar. Note: Allow enough wire length in the area marked with in the illustration, to insure full movement and unhindered operation of the handlebar.
Test the alignment of the magnet and sensor with the main unit attached.
Align the magnet's center(1) and the sensor's marking line(2). Make sure of approx. 2mm clearance between the magnet 6 and sensor 3.
How to Attach Main Unit to Bracket
Slide main unit onto the bracket from front until it clicks into position. To remove, pull it off forward while pushing down the lever(4).
ORIGINAL SET UP FOR THE MITY 3 AND ENDURO 2
ALL CLEAR OPERATION
ST./STOP button (S) MODE button
decrease the digits
SET UP FOR RIDING
K (km/h)= 24hr. clock M (mph) = 12hr. clock
The complete screen will light up for a moment and then all fade away. The only thing on the screen will be a flashing "K". Select the speed scale you would like by pressing the MODE Button. "K" for kilometers and "M" for miles per hour. Note that the speed scale you select DICTATES CLOCK function in 12 or 24 hours. "K" will select a 24 hour clock. "M" will select a 12 hour clock. Set the speed scale by PRESSING the ST./STOP (S) Button.
increase the digits
To set up your computer for the first time, perform an ALL CLEAR OPERATION first by pressing ALL THREE BUTTONS AT THE SAME TIME. Hint: Hold the computer upside down holding the MODE and START/ STOP (S) Buttons DOWN. Now PRESS the SET Button with a pencil or other pointed object.
The number "210" will flash. This is a preset tire setting for 700X23C tires. Refer to the tire calibration chart in your manual or on our web site <www.cateye.com>. Please note that this number is actually the DISTANCE in Centimeters your tire rolls with each revolution while you are on the bike. If you want to input the most accurate number you will need to do a wheel roll out.
Increase the digits by PRESSING the MODE Button. Decrease the number by PRESSING the ST./STOP (S) Button. Set the number by PRESSING the SET Button on the back. Your computer is now set up for riding.
Time Average Speed Distance One Time
DISTANCE ONE (Dst1) has two sub-functions. PRESS and HOLD the MODE Button for 2 seconds to access DISTANCE TWO (Dst2). DISTANCE TWO is a separate Trip Distance that can be reset without resetting the other functions. To reset DISTANCE TWO, PRESS and HOLD the ST./STOP (S) and MODE Button for ONE SECOND. From DISTANCE TWO (Dst2) you can access the ODOMETER function (Odo). PRESS and HOLD the MODE Button for TWO SECONDS in DISTANCE TWO and you will now be in ODOMETER (Odo.). To navigate out of either of these two sub-functions to DISTANCE ONE, press the mode button.
The right Button is the MODE Button. The left button is the START/STOP (S) Button. You use the MODE Button to navigate through the modes. From the ELAPSED TIME function (Tm on the computer screen), you can PRESS the MODE Button to access the AV- ST./STOP(S) MODE ERAGE SPEED function (Av). PRESS the MODE Button to access the DISTANCE ONE (Dst1) function. This is the standard ride distance function. Now PRESS the MODE Button to get back to the TIME (Tm) function.
TIME has a sub-function of CLOCK. You access this by PRESSING and HOLDING the MODE Button for 2 Seconds. To get out of the CLOCK press the MODE Button. You are now back in TIME. AVERAGE SPEED (Av) has a sub-function of MAXIMUM SPEED (Mx). To access MAX SPEED PRESS and HOLD the MODE Button when in AVERAGE SPEED. To get out of MAX SPEED PRESS the MODE Button.
Resetting TIME and DISTANCE functions
To reset the TIME, DISTANCE ONE, AVERAGE and MAX SPEEDS, PRESS AND HOLD the MODE and ST./STOP (S) Buttons for ONE SECOND.
PRESS the SET Button on the back of the computer. The hours will start flashing. The MODE Button advances the digits. The ST./STOP (S) Button changes from Hours to Minutes. PRESS the SET Button on the back to set the CLOCK. The CLOCK is set to either 24 HOUR or 12 HOUR depending on the SPEED SCALE selected. In K (Kilometers per hour) a 24 HOUR CLOCK is selected. In M (Mile per hour) a 12 HOUR CLOCK is selected.
WHEEL SETTING A or B
The computer has two wheel settings for quickly and conveniently moving the between two bikes with different size of tires. You can tell which WHEEL SETTING you are in by the semicircle symbol with an "A" or "B" on the computer screen. Wheel setting "A" has been preset with a tire size for a 700 X 23C road tire. Wheel setting "B" is preset for a mountain bike tire of 26 x 1.95. Wheel setting "B" is also specifically programed for low speed sensitivity. If you are using the computer on a mountain bike we recommend that you use Wheel setting "B". To select Wheel setting "A" or "B", HOLD the SET Button except in ODOMETER function.
DISTANCE TWO (Dst2) can only be reset while in DISTANCE TWO.
REPLACING MILEAGE INTO THE ODOMETER
This is done after replacing the battery in the unit or for transferring mileage from another computer. First PRESS ALL THREE BUTTONS, the MODE Button, the ST./STOP (S) Button and the SET Button on the back. Now the "K" flashes indicating speed scale. PRESS the MODE Button to select between "K" for Kilometers or "M" for Miles per hour reading. To add previous mileage or kilometers you must NOW PRESS AND HOLD the MODE Button. ".0" will be flashing. Input the number with the MODE Button. PRESS the ST./STOP (S) Button to change to the next digit. You will be able to set distance up to 00,000.0 digits. Now press the SET Button on the back.
You can set the computer to record TIME, DISTANCE, MAX and AVERAGE SPEED automatically (AUTO MODE) or manually (STANDARD MODE). In STANDARD MODE you must press the ST./STOP (S) Button to begin recording TIME and DISTANCE. In AUTO MODE (AT) the computer starts and stops when ever it records a signal from the sensor at the wheel. To set the computer to AUTO MODE with the computer in the DISTANCE function or TIME function, press the SET Button on the back of the computer. A small symbol with the letters AT will appear on the screen indicating AUTO MODE. You take the computer out of AUTO MODE the same way.
DISTANCE, AVERAGE on back or TIME function
change from Hours to Minutes advance the digits
Moving TIME, AVERAGE and MAX SPEED to upper display
When the computer is set in AUTO MODE (AT), the functions of TIME, AVERAGE and MAX SPEED can be switched to the upper display by PRESSING the ST./ STOP (S) Button. You can move SPEED back to the upper display by pressing the ST./STOP (S) Button again.
CHANGING the WHEEL SETTING CALIBRATION NUMBER
When you are in the ODOMETER (Odo) function, you can view the WHEEL CALIBRATION NUMBER by PRESSING the ST./STOP (S) and the MODE Button. To change the CALIBRATION NUMBER PRESS the SET Button on the back of the computer in ODOMETER (Odo) function. The WHEEL CALIBRATION NUMBER will flash on the screen. PRESS the MODE Button to increase the digits. PRESS the ST./STOP (S) button to decrease the digits. PRESS the SET Button on the back to set the new number.
change to the next digit Input the number
Setting the CLOCK
To set the CLOCK the computer must be turned off and the speed scale symbol (either M for Miles or K for Kilometers) must not be flashing. In the Time function PRESS AND HOLD the MODE Button. You will see little CLOCK symbol. Now In STANDARD MODE (AT symbol is off) PRESS and HOLD ST./STOP (S) Button for 2 seconds.
Now you must input your tire calibration number. Please note that this number is actually the DISTANCE in Centimeters your tire rolls with each revolution while you are on the bike.
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