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CYCLECOMPUTING

BEDIENUNGSANLEITUNG INSTRUCTION MANUAL MANUEL DINSTALLATION ET DUTILISATION MANUALE DINSTALLAZIONE E FUNZIONAMENTO INSTALACION Y OPERACIN MANUAL HANDLEIDING

C1 C2 C3 C4

*Watch out: old batteries require special disposal

1-5 mm

OPEN CLOSE

Battery

AC-button

WS in mm / inch

Tire size 47-305 47-406 34-540 47-507 23-571 40-559 44-559 47-559 50-559 54-559 57-559 37-590 20-571 16x1,75 20x1,75 24x1 3/8 24x1,75 26x1 26x1,5 26x1,6 26x1,75 26x1,9 26x2,00 26x2,125 26x1 3/8 26x3/4 WS in mm KMH WS in inch MPH 1954 50,1 62,6 76,7 75,1 77,7 79,8 80,7 81,5 82,2 83,2 84,0 82,9 76,9 Tire size 32-630 40-622 47-622 40-635 37-622 18-622 20-622 23-622 25-622 28-622 32-622 37-622 40-622 27x1 1/4 28x1,5 28x1,75 28x1 1/2 28x1 3/8 700x18C 700x20C 700x23C 700x25C 700x28C 700x32C 700x37C 700x40C WS in mm KMH WS in inch MPH 2224 86,6 87,6 89,3 89,2 86,8 82,8 83,2 84,0 84,5 84,6 85,6 86,8 87,6
IMPORTANT: General hint to read this manual: This manual is valid for all VDO Series-C models. Some functions and features are not available with all models. The ag icon on the beginning of a chapter indicates which model this chapter is relevant for.
= valid for models C1, C2, C3 & C4
= valid for models C3 & C4

Preface

Congratulations! With your choice of a VDO cycle computer, you have decided to own the most advanced technology available. To enjoy the full potential of your computer and benet from all the technical features, we recommend you thoroughly study this manual. You will nd crucial hints for its operation as well as many more tips. We wish you many enjoyable rides and trips on your bike with your VDO cycle computer. CYCLE PARTS GMBH

Contents

>>> P01
Please check package contents for its completeness: 1 VDO computer (model code) 1 Battery 3V CR2032 for the computer 1 Battery door for the computer 1 Handle bar mount w/cable and sensor 1 Rubbershim 1 Fixing clamp 1 Spoke magnet 5 Cable ties to x sensor and cable
Index part I 1.1 Welcome to the club: your VDO-USER-CARD 1.2 Functions 1.3 Optional features 2. Installation 2.1 Mounting sensor and magnet 2.2 Mounting cable and VDO any-size handlebar mount 2.3 Battery installation (computer) 2.4 TWIST-CLICK mounting of the computer 2.5 The 4-line VDO display 2.6 The VDO EMC-operating-system (Easy-Menu-Control) 2.7 Functions / menu structure Fundamental instructions to read this manual 3. Initial operation, AC-auto-clear 4 Basic settings 4.1 Language selection
4.2 4.3 4.4 4.5 4.6 5. 6. Measuring and setting the wheel size(s) Setting the clock Setting the odometer Changing wheel sizes from bike 1 to bike 2 Reset functions Service-Interval-Indicator Sleep-Mode
Index part II 7. Stopwatch
Index part III 8. NAVIGATOR functions
Index part IV 9. Timing functions 9.1 Selecting timing functions 9.2 Timer/countdown programming 9.3 Timer/countdown/stop watch start/stop/reset 9.4 Additional countdown functions Index part V 10. Troubleshooting 11. Warranty disclaimer 12. Technical specications
Important hint: >>> P04 links at the beginning of a chapter are related to the respective picture in the picture book!
1.1 The VDO-USER-CARD Welcome to the Club. With the purchase of this product, you have become a member of the VDO-USER Club. The VDO-USER-CARD (waterproof plastic) gives you three advantages: A. The white boxes allow you to write down your personal wheel size settings, if you have several bikes or if you use different tires. B. The VDO-User-ID allows you access to the restricted VDO-User area on the VDO Homepage www.vdocyclecomputer.com. Here you can nd many useful information and additional hints. C. The quick-reference manual helps you if you have not used your computer for a while and cant remember how to use it. 1.2 Functions Information-Functions C1, C2, C3, C4: TRIPDISTANCE trip distance ODO BIKE1 total odometer for bike 1 ODO BIKE2 total odometer for bike 2 RIDE TIME trip ride timer
AVG SPEED average speed CLOCK time display in 12 or 24 h mode Information-Functions C2, C3, C4: MAX SPEED maximum speed STOPWATCH stop watch Information-Functions C3, C4: SUM RIDE TM1/2 total ride timer (bike 1 / bike 2) TOT RIDE TM total ride time for bikes 1 + 2 NAVIGATOR second, programmable trip counter Information-Functions C4: TIMER 1/2 Timer 1 / Timer 2 COUNTDOWN countdown timer FORECAST KM(MI) trip distance prediction (at countdown) REMAIN KM(MI) trip distance remainder (at countdown) Additional Functions C1, C2, C3, C4: comparison between actual and average speed by indicators

WS1/2 - 2 wheel sizes programmable for bike 1 + bike languages selectable, full text display Service-Interval-Indicator (wrench symbol) Additional Function C2, C3, C4: Timing Indicator Additional Function C4: Audible signal (beeper) for timing-functions 1.3 Optional features The following genuine VDO parts are available at your Bike Shop - set sensor/cable/stem mount (support rotated by 90) - set sensor/cable/handlebar mount - set sensor/handlebar mount/cable 1.5 m for rear wheel mounting 2.1 Mounting cable sensor and magnet >>> P02 Important: mount the sensor rst, then mount the wired handlebar holder as described under 2.2. Check the following while mounting: a. Distance between the sensor and magnet: 1 to 5 mm

C1 C2 C3 C4 C1 C2 C3 C4

b. When mounting the sensor on a suspension fork, dont forget to allow extra length for the cable. WATCH OUT: cable may tear step 1 Loosely attach the sensor on the fork leg with cable ties (do not tighten yet). step 2 Mount the magnet on a spoke. Adjust the magnet to the marking on the sensor (distance 1-5 mm). step 3 when unit is working, nalize transmitter and magnet mounting by tightening cable ties and clamping the magnet 2.2 Mounting cable and VDO any-size handlebar holder >>> P03 step 1 Run the cable up the fork, pass it around the brake cable from the already xed sensor to the handlebar. Use the enclosed cable ties or duct tape. Spiral the wire around the brake cable (this has proven to be the best solution). step 2 position the holder on the handlebar.
step 3 feed the xing clamp through the slot below the holder socket, pass the clamp around the handlebar and tighten it with a small screw driver. Do not overtighten, the plastic screw might be damaged. Readjust the cable so that it will not be stretched during steering. Finally tighten the zip ties holding the sensor. >>> P04 2.3 Battery Installation (computer) Your VDO computer comes with a 3 V battery (type 2032). step 1 insert the battery into the computer, positive pole face-up step 2 watch out not to edge over the battery step 3 watch out that the rubber washer lies levelled on the inside of the battery compartment. step 4 insert the battery door into the opening, twist it with a coin to the right until the stop after approx. 1/3 turn. Battery Change TIP: VDO recommends an annual battery change. Buy the spare battery from your Bike Shop

in good time to avoid unintended data loss. Changing the battery resets your computer to default settings. You must note your wheel sizes and the odometer totals for bikes 1 + 2. After inserting the new battery, you are then able to easily reprogram your personal data into the computer. 2.4 Twist-Click mounting of the computer >>> P05 The VDO Twist-Click-System securely connects the computer with the handlebar holder. step 1 Hold the computer in the 10 Oclock position (approx. 45 to the left) and place it into the socket. step 2 turn the computer to the right twist until it engages in the socket. step 3 for removal turn the computer to the left (do not press or yank)
2.5 The new 4-line VDO display Indicator elements (Icons) Service Indicator, TIMING Indicator, Indicator Bike 1/Bike 2 and measuring system (km or mi), comparison of actual and average speed, Menu control indicator (ashes for further menu options selectable) Digit elements Time (clock), Speed, Chosen display function Text lines Upper text line: full text description of the information displayed or in set-up menu: description of set-up function Lower text line: indicates the sub-menu to enter by pushing the M-key or in set-up menu: indicates available set-up menus to be Entered.
Timing Indicator C2, C3, C4 Service Indicator Time (clock) Variation / difference actual speed to average speed Text line 1 Text line 2 Selected measuring unit Indicator bike 1/2 Actual (current) speed Reading of the function selected in text element 1 Menu control indicator
2.6 The VDO EMC-operating system EMC = Easy Menu Control EMC eases operating the computer by a full text menu control well known from most cellular phones. 4 keys combined with the 4-line display provide comfortable and user-friendly operation. Menu indicators will always show further menu options by ashing. In fact, you do not need the manual any more form here. Your VDO computer leads you step by step through all the menus. Enjoy navigating!
The 4 keys and their functions:
Menu navigation upwards or in SET-mode (number ashes): increase number Menu navigation downwards or in SET-mode (number ashes): decrease number choose/accept option displayed (enter next menu level) (push once) cancel last entry / go back one menu level (hold) return to main menu

2.7 Functions / menu structure IMPORTANT: In information menu (IM1 to IM7, see below) the lower text line indicates the entry to a sub-menu. Within such a sub-menu the upper text line indicates the chosen information while the lower text line may offer available options (START/STOP/RESET). IM = Information Menu EM = Set- or sub-menu

2.7.1 Information Menus

all all menu available for models: C3/C4 C2/C3/C4 C2/C3/C4 all all
IM1. TRIPDISTANCE/SETTINGS
IM2. ODO TOTAL/MORE IM3. NAVIGATOR/SELECT IM4. TIMING-Function/START* IM5. MAX SPEED IM6. AVG SPEED/C4: MORE IM7. RIDE TIME/C3/C4: MORE = See Set-up Menu at chapter. C4: IM6.1.** FORECAST KM C4: IM6.2.** REMAIN KM C3/C4: IM7.1. SUM RIDE TM1 C3/C4: IM7.2. SUM RIDE TM2 C3/C4: IM7.3. TOT RID TM ** Only if COUNTDOWN has been selected IM2.1. ODO BIKE 1 IM2.2. ODO BIKE 2 EM2.1. NAVIGATOR/SET EM2.2. NAVIGATOR/RESET *Depending on selection in Set-up-Menu

2.7.2 Set Menus

all EM1. DATA/RESET EM1.1. TOUR DATA/RESET EM1.2. ODO TOTAL/RESET C3/C4: EM1.3. TOT RID TM/RESET EM2.1. TIMING/?SELECT? EM2.1.1. TIMER 1/?SELECT? EM2.1.2. TIMER 2/?SELECT? EM2.1.3. TIMER 1+2/?SELECT? EM2.1.4. COUNTDOWN/?SELECT? EM2.1.4. STOPWATCH/?SELECT? EM2.2. TIMING/?SET? EM2.2.1. TIMER1/?SET? EM2.2.2. TIMER2/?SET? EM2.2.3. COUNTDOWN/?SET? EM2.1. NAVIGATOR/SET EM2.2. NAVIGATOR/RESET
all EM2. LANGUAGE/SELECT menu available for models: all EM2. WHEELSIZE/SET all EM2. ODOMETER/SET all EM2. CLOCK/SET all EM2. WHEELSIZE/SELECT C4 EM2. TIMING/SELECT
C3/C4 EM2. NAVIGATOR/SELECT
General hint to read the following chapters: In the following you will often see this icon. Whenever you see this icon, use the UP/DOWN keys to nd the relevant menu option and accept it by pushing the M-key. 3. Initial operation, AC-(Auto clear)-button >>> P06 After installing the battery, your VDO computer brings up an English main menu. Select your language to begin with. a c TRIPDISTANCE / SETTINGS a c LANGUAGE / SELECT a c choose your language The computer then automatically returns to the main menu TRIPDISTANCE/SETTINGS (in your selected language).
Should your computer not function properly after installing the battery or you want to reset it to default values, push the AC-button on the rear of the housing. 4. Basic settings Basic settings are settings crucial to data measuring and operating the computer. Such as language, wheel size(s), clock. WATCH OUT: Any SET procedure must be completed (menu question ?SET OK? gets accepted by pushing M). Should a SET procedure not be completed, any data entered is not stored. 4.1 Language selection In case you want to change the language at any time, proceed as described under chapter 3.

4.2 Measuring and setting the wheel size(s) >>> P07 In order for your VDO computer to precisely calculate speed and distance, you have to measure the circumference of your wheels With an incorrect wheel size set, all related values like speed, trip distance, odometer etc. come out false. To make the use of your VDO computers possible on 2 bikes, i.e. Mountain Bike and Road Bike, you are able to set up 2 different wheel sizes. Measuring both wheel circumferences: step 1 Place the front wheel valve perpendicular to the ground step 2 Mark this spot on the ground for example with chalk step 3 Turn the wheel forward for one full circle until the valve is perpendicular to the ground again step 4 Also mark this spot. step 5 Measure the distance between the two spots (markings) This is your wheel size. step 6 Set-up your wheel size in your VDO computer as described below.
If you have selected the Metric system (KM) you have to enter your wheel size/s in millimeters. If you have selected English system (MI) you have to enter your wheel size/s in inches. TIP: Write down your wheel sizes on your VDO-User-Card for easy reference. The values listed in the chart are approximate. Depending on the tire brand, it is possible that these numbers deviate from your real tire circumference since height and tread pattern are likely to be different. Setting the wheel sizes : a c TRIPDISTANCE/SETTINGS a c WHEELSIZE/SET a c KMH-DISPLAY or MPH-DISPLAY to be selected <<actual wheel size 1 ashes>> a set wheel size 1 in [mm] or [in] (Press up/down key briey for 1 mm, keep pressing key for fast forward run) c ?SET OK? accept or return by pressing b and correct your entries. WHEELSIZE 1 / SET DONE pops up briey, to indicate data storage. Your computer now wants you to set wheel size 2.
If applicable, enter wheel size 2 as described above If you dont need to enter the second wheel size, hold the b key until the computer returns to main menu TRIPDISTANCE/SETTINGS. Watch out: Default settings for the wheel sizes are as follows: Bike 1 = 2155 mm and Bike 2 = 2000 mm. In case you dont set your individual wheel sizes, the computer works with default values. Readings for speed therefore are likely to deviate signicantly from the actual values.

4.3 Setting the clock

a c TRIPDISTANCE / SETTINGS a c CLOCK / SET a c CLOCK 24-H-DISPLAY or CLOCK 12-H-DISPLAY <<ashing numbers>> are ready to be set: a set hours c ?CONTINUE? for minutes a c set minutes c ?SET OK? accept (or b to return and correct entries) Your VDO-Computer automatically returns to main menu TRIPDISTANCE/SETTINGS.

4.4 Setting the odometers
You can set odometers anytime or after a battery change. Note the odometer readings for bike 1 and 2 before changing the battery a c TRIPDISTANCE/SETTINGS a c ODOMETER / SET a c ODO BIKE 1 / SET or ODO BIKE 2 / SET <<ashing numbers>> are ready to be set a set value c ?NEXT DIGIT? After you have set the last number on the left = rst of your value c ?SET OK? accept SET DONE Your VDO-Computer automatically returns to main menu TRIPDISTANCE/SETTINGS.
4.5 Changing wheel sizes from bike 1 to bike 2 If you have programmed 2 wheel sizes for 2 bikes you have to adjust your computer accordingly prior to your trip. a c a c a c c TRIPDISTANCE/SETTINGS WHEELSIZE/SELECT, accepted by c WHEELSIZE 1 or WHEELSIZE 2 accept / select
Change of wheel size is conrmed by WHEELSIZE 1-2 DONE. WATCH OUT: Changing to the other wheel size automatically results in resetting / deleting all data of your last tour (trip distance, ride time, average and maximum speed) of the previous wheel size setting.
4.6 Reset functions To reset / delete certain or all tour data a c TRIPDISTANCE/SETTINGS a c DATA / RESET a TOUR DATA / RESET or ODO TOTAL / RESET or TOT RIDE TM / RESET (only C3, C4) c accept / select RESET Safety check back: Are you sure you want to reset? c accepts ?RESET? and deletes NOTE: Accepting the reset by pressing c deletes the respective data. This step can not be made undone. RESET DONE appears briey and your VDO-Computer automatically returns to main menu TRIPDISTANCE/SETTINGS.
Following data is deleted by these corresponding reset modes: TOUR DATA RESET: trip distance, ride time, average speed, maximum speed. ODO TOTAL RESET: odo total, km/mi bike 1, km/mi bike 2 TOT RID TM RESET: total ride time, ride time bike 1, ride time bike 2 (C3, C4)
5. Service-Interval-Indicator Your VDO computer features a Service-Interval-Indicator for bike 1 and bike 2. Like the indicator in some cars, the Service-Interval-Indicator reminds you to have your bike checked and serviced in a shop. When you reach 750 km/mi on one bike: - The Service-Interval symbol (wrench) ashes in the display - The information line displays BIKE CHECK Now it is suggested to either service your bike yourself or take it to a pro shop of your choice

to have it checked. Press any key. The text BIKE CHECK will disappear again After further 50 km/mi the Service-Interval-Indicator symbol (wrench) will also disappear. 6. Sleep-Mode Your VDO-Computer features a sleep mode function to save battery power. During Sleep Mode the major portion of your display is shut down to save battery power. Only the clock, the Service-Interval-Indicator (if applicable) and the TIMER symbol (if activated) are displayed. a. The computer will go into Sleep-Mode when no speed impulses have been processed for 5 minutes and no key has been pressed during that time. b. Sleep-Mode is cancelled once speed impulses are processed (you start riding) or any key is pressed.
7. Stopwatch Manual stop watch to measure riding time of certain trip sections. Starting Stopwatch Select STOPWATCH in your information display: a STOPWATCH /START c START / STOP Indicator Symbol << >> Resetting Stopwatch: a STOPWATCH select the appropriate menu. c Hold for 3 seconds After 3 seconds the STOPWATCH is reset to zero.

8. NAVIGATOR functions

Your VDO computer features a NAVIGATOR function that makes it possible to follow route (Road-Book) instructions. Road-books are trip maps outlining mileage values based on certain landmarks. Your VDO-Navigator is a further independent trip counter, it either counts forward or backwards. Mileage can be set at any point of the trip. You might as well get in on a trip or adjust your mileage in case you have gotten lost. Setting the NAVIGATOR a c NAVIGATOR / SELECT a c NAVIGATOR / SET a c FORWARD or BACKWARD to be selected <<ashing numbers>> are ready to be set: a enter / set
c ?NEXT DIGIT? accept or return by b continue with next digit or correct previous entry b At the end of the set procedure you will be asked c ?SET OK? accept SET DONE appears briey and your VDO-Computer automatically returns to main menu TRIPDISTANCE/SETTINGS. Note: the NAVIGATOR is always counting, even if you dont set it. Reset NAVIGATOR to zero. a c NAVIGATOR / SELECT a c NAVIGATOR / RESET Check back: NAVIGATOR ?RESET? c accept RESET DONE appears briey and your VDO-Computer automatically returns to main menu TRIPDISTANCE/SETTINGS.
9. Timing functions Your VDO-Computer features 5 individual timing functions. With any of the functions selected the TIMING indicator << >> is activated in the upper left part of the display. Set-/measuring range for all timing functions: 0:00:00 h to 24:00:00 h TIMER 1: You can program a time window, i.e. for interval training. TIMER 1 counts on from zero. A single beep indicates the end of TIMER 1. TIMER 2: You can program another time window, i.e. for a break in your interval training TIMER 2 counts on from zero. A double beep indicates the end of TIMER 2. TIMER 1+2: With this TIMING-function selected, TIMER 1 and TIMER 2 time windows are continuously cycled one after the other. A single beep indicates the end of TIMER 1, a double beep indicates the end of TIMER 2. TIMER 1+2 is activated, until you stop TIMER 1+2 by pressing the M-key

COUNTDOWN: You can program a time window from which is counted backwards. A single beep indicates the end of the COUNTDOWN timer. Only with COUNTDOWN selected and started you have access to additional functions MORE in AVG SPEED menu. See also 9.4. STOPWATCH: manual stop watch to measure riding time of certain trip sections. 9.1 Selecting timing functions a c TRIPDISTANCE / SETTINGS a c TIMING / SELECT c TIMING / ?SELECT? Note: By accepting ?SELECT? either default setting STOPWATCH or last selected timing function is displayed. a STOPWATCH / COUNTDOWN / TIMER 1 / TIMER 2 or TIMER 1+2 c SELECTION to be conrmed / accepted DONE appears briey and your VDO-Computer automatically returns to main menu
TRIPDISTANCE/SETTINGS. The TIMER function of your choice is then displayed in your information menu IM4. With TIMER or COUNTDOWN selected, you have to program your time window, otherwise your information menu displays the hint TIMER ERROR or COUNTDOWN ERROR. 9.2 TIMER/COUNTDOWN programming While the STOPWATCH does not need any further presetting, for the TIMER and COUNTDOWN functions the time windows have to be programmed in the rst place a c a c a c a c
TRIPDISTANCE / SETTINGS TIMING / SELECT TIMING / ?SET? TIMER 1 or TIMER 2 or COUNTDOWN accept / select <<ashing numbers>> are ready to be set
a c hours a c minutes a c seconds c ?SET OK? accept TIMER1/TIMER2/COUNTDOWN SET DONE appears briey and your VDO-Computer automatically returns to main menu TRIPDISTANCE/SETTINGS. 9.3 Timer/Countdown/Stopwatch start, stop and reset / Beep Starting Timer/Countdown/Stopwatch Select the timing-function of your choice in your information display: a c TIMER 1 /START or TIMER 2/START or TIMER1+2/START or COUNTDOWN /START or STOPWATCH /START START / STOP
Resetting Timer/Countdown/Stopwatch Timer and Countdown feature a fast reset function:
a c TIMER1/TIMER2/TIMER1+2/COUNTDOWN/STOPWATCH select the appropriate menu. Hold for 3 seconds
After 3 seconds the TIMER is reset to zero or the COUNTDOWN is reset to the previously programmed START time. Check back COUNTDOWN With COUNTDOWN-time elapsed an automatic check back appears: ?RESET?. If you accept this by pressing c, the previously programmed COUNTDOWN time is displayed. The COUNTDOWN is now ready to be started again. 9.4 Additional Countdown Functions In COUNTDOWN mode you get to FORECAST KM/MI and REMAIN KM/MI by information menu AVG SPEED:
a c AVG SPEED/MORE a FORECAST KM or MI b REMAIN KM or MI Note: The forecasted km/mi reect your computers projection for the distance you accomplish at the end of your countdown time. This information is determined by your actual average speed during the countdown time period. Respective data is updated every 10 seconds. Remaining km/mi is your estiamted distance left in the remaining countdown time. Here also, respective data is updated every 10 seconds. As long as you have not reset your COUNTDOWN by ?RESET?, you are able to review the projected FORECAST KM/MI of your last COUNTDOWN by the FORECAST KM/MI menu option.

10. Troubleshooting Heres a listing of possible malfunctions, the probable causes and suggested solutions. Malfunction Partial text segments in display (i.e. after battery change No speed reading in display No speed reading in display Probable Cause Computer-software is not running smoothly after battery change Sensor and magnet are too far apart Computer is not precisely engaged into handlebar holder socket. Remedy / Repair Reset the software by pressing the AC-button on the rear housing Readjust position of sensor and magnet Place computer into socket and TWIST to the right until it engages (CLICK
No speed reading in display Display fades Display fades Wheel size is not correctly set up = Wheel size is ZERO Battery is weak Temperatures below 5 C (41 F) make your LCD display fade Program your wheel size
Check battery, and replace eventually Higher temperatures will m ake your display work properly
11. Warranty disclaimer VDO Cycle Parts warrants your VDO-Computer for 5 years from date of purchase. This warranty covers defects in material and workmanship. Defects on cables, senders, transmitters and mounting materials resulting from normal wear and tear, improper care, accidents, abuse or alteration are not covered by our warranty. Opening the computer housing (except for the
battery door) is considered abuse, thus not covered by our 5 year warranty. Please keep your sales receipt to prove that your computer is covered under the warranty in case of legitimate complaints. In case of legitimate complaints you are entitled to have your computer either repaired or replaced with a comparable model. Due t possible model changes, your model might have been discontinued. In the event that you should have a complaint, please rst contact the retailer where you purchased your VDO computer. If the retailer is unable to help, you can return your computer to: Cycle Parts GmbH, Groe Ahlmhle 33, D-76865 Rohrbach. In case of technical queries, please contact our customer-service-hotline: +49-6349-9635-10. Further technical information is available on our website: http://www.vdocyclecomputer.com Technical specications of our computers are subject to change without notice.
12. Technical Specications
C1 C2 C3 C4 Computer: approx. 45 x 52 x 16 mm, weight 45 g Handlebar holder: weight 15 g Sensor: weight20 g Battery Computer: 3V, Type 2032 Battery life: r 600 hours of use, approx. 12000 km (7400 mi) Operating temperature of LCD display: -15 C to +60 C (5 F to 140 F) Speed reading range: at wheel size 2155 mm (84.8 in) min 2.5 km/h (1.55 mi) / max 199.5 km/h (124 mi) Riding Time Measuring Range: up to 23:59:59 HH:MM:SS Stop Watch Measuring Range (only C2, C3, C4): up to 23:59:59 HH:MM:SS Trip Distance Counter Measuring Range: up to 999.99 km or mi NAVIGATOR Measuring Range (only C3, C4): up to 999.99 km or mi Total odometer either Bike 1 or 2 Measuring Range: Up to 99.999 km or mi Total Odometer measuring Range: up to 199.999 km or mi Wheel size Set Range: 100 mm (3.9 in) minimum / 3999 mm (157.4 in) maximum

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EASY SET-UP

Language Selection
KMH 1 KMH 2 KMH 2 KMH 2 KMH 1

TRIPDISTANCE

SETTINGS

LANGUAGE

SELECT

ENGLISH

Choose your Language

Setting the wheelsize(s)

KMH 1 KMH 2 KMH 2 KMH 2 KMH 2

WHEELSIZE

KMH-DISPLAY

WHEELSIZE1

?CONTINUE?

Setting wheelsize 2.

WHEELSIZE2

Clock Set

24-H-DISPLAY

SET HOUR

02:13 01:13 0:13 23:13 22:13

Setting the minutes.

SET MINUTE
14:15 14:14 14:13 14:12 14:11
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CYCLECOMPUTING

Initial Operations (Serie-C DS Modells)
Initial Operation 1. First install the battery in the transmitter
Absolutely stick with this order. Dont have another DS transmitter running!
2. Install the battery in the computer

3. Function Check

Any speed readout,

TAGESTOUR

EINSTELLMENU

Zero speed readout

run DIGI CONNECT RESET

DIGI CONNECT RESET

DIGI CONNECT RESET ? RESET ?
DIGI CONNECT RESET RESET DONE
BEDIENUNGSANLEITUNG INSTRUCTION MANUAL MANUEL DINSTALLATION ET DUTILISATION MANUALE DINSTALLAZIONE E FUNZIONAMENTO INSTALACION Y OPERACIN MANUAL HANDLEIDING

C1DS C2DS C3DS C4DS

*Watch out: old batteries require special disposal

Battery

1-6 mm

OPEN CLOSE

AC-button

WS in mm / inch

Tire size 47-305 47-406 34-540 47-507 23-571 40-559 44-559 47-559 50-559 54-559 57-559 37-590 20-571 16x1,75 20x1,75 24x1 3/8 24x1,75 26x1 26x1,5 26x1,6 26x1,75 26x1,9 26x2,00 26x2,125 26x1 3/8 26x3/4 WS in mm KMH WS in inch MPH 1954 50,1 62,6 76,7 75,1 77,7 79,8 80,7 81,5 82,2 83,2 84,0 82,9 76,9 Tire size 32-630 40-622 47-622 40-635 37-622 18-622 20-622 23-622 25-622 28-622 32-622 37-622 40-622 27x1 1/4 28x1,5 28x1,75 28x1 1/2 28x1 3/8 700x18C 700x20C 700x23C 700x25C 700x28C 700x32C 700x37C 700x40C WS in mm KMH WS in inch MPH 2224 86,6 87,6 89,3 89,2 86,8 82,8 83,2 84,0 84,5 84,6 85,6 86,8 87,6
IMPORTANT! This information will help you understand how the digital transmission of your VDO computer works. You really must follow the initial set-up steps in the order described below. ATTENTION: At a break during your ride the receiver will be switched off after 30 minutes (battery consumption). Before continuing your ride you need to switch on the receiver again = press M-button IMPORTANT HINT for cell (mobile) phone brackets on the handlebar. The digital wireless transmission of you VDO DS computer is likely to be disturbed if you are operating a cell (mobile) phone too close to the computer. We highly recommend not mounting your phone on the handlebar.
IMPORTANT: General hint to read this manual: This manual is valid for all VDO Series-C models. Some functions and features are not available with all models. The ag icon on the beginning of a chapter indicates which model this chapter is relevant for.

= valid for models C1DS, C2DS, C3DS & C4DS

C3DS C4DS

= valid for models C3DS & C4DS

Contents

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Please check package contents for its completeness: 1 VDO computer 1 VDO digital transmitter 2 Battery 3V CR2032 for the computer and transmitter 2 Battery door for the computer and transmitter 1 Handle bar mount 1 Fixing clamp 1 Spoke magnet 4 Cable ties to x transmitter

Preface

Congratulations! With your choice of a VDO cycle computer, you have decided to own the most advanced technology available. To enjoy the full potential of your computer and benet from all the technical features, we recommend you thoroughly study this manual. You will nd crucial hints for its operation as well as many more tips. We wish you many enjoyable rides and trips on your bike with your VDO cycle computer. CYCLE PARTS GMBH
Index part I 1.0 VDO DIGITAL SYTEM 1.1 Welcome to the club: your VDO-USER-CARD 1.2 Functions 1.3 Optional features 2. Installation 2.1 Battery installation (computer and transmitter) 2.2 Mounting sensor and magnet 2.3 Mounting cable and VDO any-size handlebar mount 2.4 TWIST-CLICK mounting of the computer 2.5 The 4-line VDO display 2.6 The VDO EMC-operating-system (Easy-Menu-Control) 2.7 Functions / menu structure Fundamental instructions to read this manual 3. Initial operation, AC-auto-clear 3.1 Manual Transmitter Search DIGI CONNECT RESET
4 4.1 4.2 4.3 4.4 4.5 4.6 5. 6. 7. Basic settings Language selection Measuring and setting the wheel size(s) Setting the clock Setting the odometer Changing wheel sizes from bike 1 to bike 2 Reset functions Service-Interval-Indicator Sleep-Mode Cadence (optional) Important hint: >>> P04 links at the beginning of a chapter are related to the respective picture in the picture book!

C2DS C3DS

Index part II 8. Stopwatch
Index part III C3DS 9. NAVIGATOR functions

C4DS C4DS

Index part IV 10. Timing functions 10.1 Selecting timing functions 10.2 Timer/countdown programming 10.3 Timer/countdown/stop watch start/stop/reset 10.4 Additional countdown functions Index part V 11. Troubleshooting 12. Warranty disclaimer 13. Technical specications
1.0 VDO DIGITAL SYTEM Your VDO cycle computer operates on digitally coded, wireless transmission. Different from analogue radio transmission, data is digitally transmitted (data packages step-by-step). With your actual speed varying, the reading will change stepwise. Individual coding of the signals ensures that only data coming from your transmitter is processed. No interference with signals coming from transmitters other than yours. Very rarely, even digital transmission may be interfered by high-voltage power lines, mobile phone poles, remote controls (car doors openers, garage door openers). What happens when digital transmission is interfered with? - speed display will read zero (0) - trip distance stops counting - ride timer stops counting The digital VDO transmitter features an internal memory, that stores up to 45 sec of data at a speed of 20 KMH (12,5 MPH). At a rare interference, no data is lost! The related data pack57

ages are sent after, once the interference is over. Following data is immediately updated when the re-send data is received : trip distance riding time average speed maximum speed odometer Hence, your current data may change erratically after a interference = Update of your computer. After a battery change, a new coding is automatically generated in the transmitter. The computer must learn this new coding. Therefore, you have to activate the manual transmitter search DIGI CONNECT RESET (3.1. Manual Transmitter Search DIGI CONNECT RESET)
1.1 The VDO-USER-CARD Welcome to the Club. With the purchase of this product, you have become a member of the VDO-USER Club. The VDO-USER-CARD gives you three advantages: A. The white boxes allow you to write down your personal wheel size settings, if you have several bikes or if you use different tires. B. The VDO-User-ID allows you access to the restricted VDO-User area on the VDO Homepage www.vdocyclecomputer.com. Here you can nd many useful information and additional hints. C. The quick-reference manual helps you if you have not used your computer for a while and cant remember how to use it. 1.2 Functions Information-Functions C1DS, C2DS, C3DS, C4DS: TRIPDISTANCE trip distance ODO BIKE1/2 total odometer for bike 1/2 ODO TOTAL total odometer for bike 1+2 RIDE TIME trip ride timer
AVG SPEED average speed Information-Functions C2DS, C3DS, C4DS: MAX SPEED maximum speed STOPWATCH stop watch Information-Functions C3DS, C4DS: SUM RIDE TM1/2 total ride timer (bike 1 / bike 2) TOT RIDE TM total ride time for bikes 1 + 2 NAVIGATOR second, programmable trip counter Information-Functions C4DS: TIMER 1/2 Timer 1 / Timer 2 COUNTDOWN countdown timer FORECAST KM(MI) trip distance prediction (at countdown) REMAIN KM(MI) trip distance remainder (at countdown) Additional Functions C1DS, C2DS, C3DS, C4DS: DIGI CONNECT RESET - Manual Transmitter Search CLOCK time display in 12 or 24 h mode
comparison between actual and average speed by indicators WS1/2 - 2 wheel sizes programmable for bike 1 + bike languages selectable, full text display Service-Interval-Indicator (wrench symbol) Additional Function C2DS, C3DS, C4DS: Timing Indicator Additional Function C4DS: Audible signal (beeper) for timing-functions 1.3 Optional features The following genuine VDO parts are available at your Bike Shop - set transmitter/magnet/handlebar mount - cadence set - stem mount

2.1 Installing the batteries in the digital transmitter and the computer >>> P02 C1DS Both, your VDO computer and your VDO transmitter are coming with a 3 V battery (type C2DS 2032).
A. First install the battery in the digital transmitter Step 1. Place the battery into the transmitter housing, +pole face-up. Step 2. Make sure the battery is not edged over. Step 3. Check if the rubber washer is atly positioned on the battery door. Step 4. Place the battery door on the compartment, take a coin and twist it to the right until detent (approx. 1/3 turn). B. Install the battery in the computer immediatly after the installation of the battery in the transmitter. At the initial putting into operation, the computer is automatically trying to nd the transmitter. By this, the computer also learns the transmitters coding
IMPORTANT: On inserting the battery into the transmitter, the coding of the digital signals is automatically generated. The computer is only able to nd the coded signal at the initial putting into operation. After a battery change, a new coding is generated in the transmitter. In this case, the computer wont nd the coded signal and a manual transmitter search is required (DIGI CONNECT RESET) see chapter 3.1. After every start a green LED at the transmitter ashes for 20 sec. only The ashing LED indicates a working transmitter. TIP for battery change: VDO recommends an annual battery change. Buy a spare battery in due time to avoid unwanted loss of data. When changing the battery, all basic settings are reset to default values. Note your individual wheel sizes and accumulated mileages (odometer WS 1 / odometer WS 2) for both bikes before you remove the battery. Reprogram this data after the new battery has been installed.
2.2 Mounting transmitter and magnet

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important mounting instructions: a) maximum distance transmitter computer = 150 cm (59 in) b) distance transmitter - magnet: 3 to max 10 mm (up to 0.04 in) c) mount the transmitter on the fork leg, same side where you want the computer to be on the handlebar. (not applicable for stem mounting with optional stem holder). Step 1 Prex the transmitter on the fork leg with cable ties (do not tighten yet) Step 2 Put the magnet around a spoke, do not x Step 3 Direct the magnet to the marking on the transmitter at a distance of around 3 mm and shut the clip-mechanism Step 4 Align transmitter and magnet and tighten the transmitters cable ties. Clip off the cable tie ends not needed.
2.3 Mounting the VDO any-size handlebar holder >>> P04

Step 1 Position the holder socket on the handlebar (stem optionally). Step 2 Feed the xing clamp through the slot below the holder socket, pass the clamp around the handlebar (stem optionally) and tighten it with a little screw driver. Do not overstress, the plastic screw might be damaged. 2.4 Twist-Click mounting of the computer >>> P05 The VDO Twist-Click-System securely connects the computer with the handlebar holder. step 1 Hold the computer in the 10 Oclock position (approx. 45 to the left) and place it into the socket. step 2 turn the computer to the right twist until it engages in the socket. step 3 for removal turn the computer to the left (do not press or yank)
2.5 The new 4-line VDO display Indicator elements (Icons) Service Indicator, TIMING Indicator, Indicator Bike 1/Bike 2 and measuring system (km or mi), comparison of actual and average speed, Menu control indicator (ashes for further menu options selectable) Digit elements Time (clock), Speed, Chosen display function Text lines Upper text line: full text description of the information displayed or in set-up menu: description of set-up function Lower text line: indicates the sub-menu to enter by pushing the M-key or in set-up menu: indicates available set-up menus to be Entered.
Timing Indicator C2DS, C3DS, C4DS Service Indicator Time (clock) Variation / difference actual speed to average speed Text line 1 Text line 2 Selected measuring unit Indicator bike 1/2 Actual (current) speed Reading of the function selected in text element 1 Menu control indicator
2.6 The VDO EMC-operating system
EMC = Easy Menu Control EMC eases operating the computer by a full text menu control well known from most cellular phones. 4 keys combined with the 4-line display provide comfortable and user-friendly operation. Menu indicators will always show further menu options by ashing. In fact, you do not need the manual any more form here. Your VDO computer leads you step by step through all the menus. Enjoy navigating!
The 4 keys and their functions:
Menu navigation upwards or in SET-mode (number ashes): increase number Menu navigation downwards or in SET-mode (number ashes): decrease number choose/accept option displayed (enter next menu level) (push once) cancel last entry / go back one menu level (hold) return to main menu
2.7 Functions / menu structure IMPORTANT: In information menu (IM1 to IM7, see below) the lower text line indicates the entry to a sub-menu. Within such a sub-menu the upper text line indicates the chosen information while the lower text line may offer available options (START/STOP/RESET). IM = Information Menu EM = Set- or sub-menu

2.7.1 Information Menus

all all menu available for models: C3/C4 C2/C3/C4 C2/C3/C4 all all
IM1. TRIPDISTANCE/SETTINGS
IM2. ODO TOTAL/MORE IM3. NAVIGATOR/SELECT IM4. TIMING-Function/START* IM5. MAX SPEED IM6. AVG SPEED/C4: MORE IM7. RIDE TIME/C3/C4: MORE = See Set-up Menu at chapter. C4: IM6.1.** FORECAST KM C4: IM6.2.** REMAIN KM C3/C4: IM7.1. SUM RIDE TM1 C3/C4: IM7.2. SUM RIDE TM2 C3/C4: IM7.3. TOT RID TM ** Only if COUNTDOWN has been selected IM2.1. ODO BIKE 1 IM2.2. ODO BIKE 2 EM2.1. NAVIGATOR/SET EM2.2. NAVIGATOR/RESET *Depending on selection in Set-up-Menu

2.7.2 Set Menus

all EM1. DATA/RESET all EM2. DIGI CONNECT/RESET all EM3. LANGUAGE/SELECT menu available for models: all EM4. WHEELSIZE/SET all EM5. ODOMETER/SET all EM6. CLOCK/SET all EM7. WHEELSIZE/SELECT C4 EM8. TIMING/SELECT EM1.1. TOUR DATA/RESET EM1.2. ODO TOTAL/RESET C3/C4: EM1.3. TOT RID TM/RESET EM8.1. TIMING/?SELECT? EM8.1.1. TIMER 1/?SELECT? EM8.1.2. TIMER 2/?SELECT? EM8.1.3. TIMER 1+2/?SELECT? EM8.1.4. COUNTDOWN/?SELECT? EM8.1.4. STOPWATCH/?SELECT? EM8.2. TIMING/?SET? EM8.2.1. TIMER1/?SET? EM8.2.2. TIMER2/?SET? EM8.2.3. COUNTDOWN/?SET? EM9.1. NAVIGATOR/SET EM9.2. NAVIGATOR/RESET
C3/C4 EM9. NAVIGATOR/SELECT
General hint to read the following chapters: In the following you will often see this icon. Whenever you see this icon, use the UP/DOWN keys to nd the relevant menu option and accept it by pushing the M-key. 3. Initial operation, AC-(Auto clear)-button >>> P06 After installing the battery, your VDO computer brings up an English main menu. Select your language to begin with. a c TRIPDISTANCE / SETTINGS a c LANGUAGE / SELECT a c choose your language The computer then automatically returns to the main menu TRIPDISTANCE/SETTINGS (in your selected language).
Should your computer not function properly after installing the battery or you want to reset it to default values, push the AC-button on the rear of the housing. 3.1 Manual Transmitter Search DIGI CONNECT RESET After a battery change, a new coding is automatically generated in the transmitter. The computer must learn this new coding. Therefore, you have to activate the manual transmitter search DIGI CONNECT RESET: a c call SETTINGS and accept a c call DIGI CONNECT and accept ?RESET? appears in display c accepts Now, an additional check back secures that you really want to reset the digital coding of your computer (?RESET? ashes), c accepts. If you start riding or turn the front wheel now, the computer automatically learns the transmitters new coding. This procedure may take a few seconds.
4. Basic settings C1DS Basic settings are settings crucial to data measuring and operating the computer. Such as C2DS language, wheel size(s), clock.
WATCH OUT: Any SET procedure must be completed (menu question ?SET OK? gets accepted by pushing c). Should a SET procedure not be completed, any data entered is not stored. 4.1 Language selection In case you want to change the language at any time, proceed as described under chapter 3.

4.2 Measuring and setting the wheel size(s) >>>P07 In order for your VDO computer to precisely calculate speed and distance, you have to measure the circumference of your wheels With an incorrect wheel size set, all related values like speed, trip distance, odometer etc. come out false. To make the use of your VDO computers possible on 2 bikes, i.e. Mountain Bike and Road Bike, you are able to set up 2 different wheel sizes. Measuring both wheel circumferences: step 1 Place the front wheel valve perpendicular to the ground step 2 Mark this spot on the ground for example with chalk step 3 Turn the wheel forward for one full circle until the valve is perpendicular to the ground again step 4 Also mark this spot. step 5 Measure the distance between the two spots (markings) This is your wheel size. step 6 Set-up your wheel size in your VDO computer as described below.
If you have selected the Metric system (KM) you have to enter your wheel size/s in millimeters. If you have selected English system (MI) you have to enter your wheel size/s in inches. TIP: Write down your wheel sizes on your VDO-User-Card for easy reference. The values listed in the chart >>>P08 are approximate. Depending on the tire brand, it is possible that these numbers deviate from your real tire circumference since height and tread pattern are likely to be different. Setting the wheel sizes : a c TRIPDISTANCE/SETTINGS a c WHEELSIZE/SET a c KMH-DISPLAY or MPH-DISPLAY to be selected <<actual wheel size 1 ashes>> a set wheel size 1 in [mm] or [in] (Press up/down key briey for 1 mm, keep pressing key for fast forward run) c ?SET OK? accept or return by pressing b and correct your entries. WHEELSIZE 1 / SET DONE pops up briey, to indicate data storage. Your computer now wants you to set wheel size 2.
If applicable, enter wheel size 2 as described above If you dont need to enter the second wheel size, hold the b key until the computer returns to main menu TRIPDISTANCE/SETTINGS. Watch out: Default settings for the wheel sizes are as follows: Bike 1 = 2155 mm and Bike 2 = 2000 mm. In case you dont set your individual wheel sizes, the computer works with default values. Readings for speed therefore are likely to deviate signicantly from the actual values.

4.3 Setting the clock

a c TRIPDISTANCE / SETTINGS a c CLOCK / SET a c CLOCK 24-H-DISPLAY or CLOCK 12-H-DISPLAY <<ashing numbers>> are ready to be set: a set hours c ?CONTINUE? for minutes a c set minutes c ?SET OK? accept (or b to return and correct entries) Your VDO-Computer automatically returns to main menu TRIPDISTANCE/SETTINGS.

4.4 Setting the odometers
You can set odometers anytime or after a battery change. Note the odometer readings for bike 1 and 2 before changing the battery a c TRIPDISTANCE/SETTINGS a c ODOMETER / SET a c ODO BIKE 1 / SET or ODO BIKE 2 / SET <<ashing numbers>> are ready to be set a set value c ?NEXT DIGIT? After you have set the last number on the left = rst of your value c ?SET OK? accept SET DONE Your VDO-Computer automatically returns to main menu TRIPDISTANCE/SETTINGS.
4.5 Changing wheel sizes from bike 1 to bike 2 C1DS If you have programmed 2 wheel sizes for 2 bikes you have to adjust your computer C2DS accordingly prior to your trip.

a c a c a c c

TRIPDISTANCE/SETTINGS WHEELSIZE/SELECT, accepted by c WHEELSIZE 1 or WHEELSIZE 2 accept / select
Change of wheel size is conrmed by WHEELSIZE 1-2 DONE. WATCH OUT: Changing to the other wheel size automatically results in resetting / deleting all data of your last tour (trip distance, ride time, average and maximum speed) of the previous wheel size setting.
4.6 Reset functions To reset / delete certain or all tour data a c TRIPDISTANCE/SETTINGS a c DATA / RESET a TOUR DATA / RESET or ODO TOTAL / RESET or TOT RIDE TM / RESET (only C3DS, C4DS) c accept / select RESET Safety check back: Are you sure you want to reset? c accepts ?RESET? and deletes NOTE: Accepting the reset by pressing c deletes the respective data. This step can not be made undone. RESET DONE appears briey and your VDO-Computer automatically returns to main menu TRIPDISTANCE/SETTINGS.
Following data is deleted by these corresponding reset modes: TOUR DATA RESET: trip distance, ride time, average speed, maximum speed. ODO TOTAL RESET: odo total, km/mi bike 1, km/mi bike 2 TOT RID TM RESET: total ride time, ride time bike 1, ride time bike 2 (C3DS, C4DS)
5. Service-Interval-Indicator Your VDO computer features a Service-Interval-Indicator for bike 1 and bike 2. Like the indicator in some cars, the Service-Interval-Indicator reminds you to have your bike checked and serviced in a shop. When you reach 750 km/mi on one bike: - The Service-Interval symbol (wrench) ashes in the display - The information line displays BIKE CHECK Now it is suggested to either service your bike yourself or take it to a pro shop of your choice to have it checked. Press any key. The text BIKE CHECK will disappear again
After further 50 km/mi the Service-Interval-Indicator symbol (wrench) will also disappear. 6. Sleep-Mode Your VDO-Computer features a sleep mode function to save battery power. During Sleep Mode the major portion of your display is shut down to save battery power. Only the clock, the Service-Interval-Indicator (if applicable) and the TIMER symbol (if activated) are displayed. a. The computer will go into Sleep-Mode when no speed impulses have been processed for 5 minutes and no key has been pressed during that time. b. Sleep-Mode is cancelled once speed impulses are processed (you start riding) or any key is pressed. ATTENTION: At a break during your ride the receiver will be switched off after 30 minutes (battery consumption). Before continuing your ride you need to switch on the Computer again = press c-button

7. Cadence (optional) C1DS Your VDO computer is prepared for cadence measuring. To make use of these functions, C2DS you need to purchase the optional CADENCE KIT (Articlecode: 4402) at your Bike-Dealer.
Operating instructions for cadence functions are described in detail in the CADENCE KITs extra manual. Contents of the optional kit CADENCE (Articlecode: 4402): Cadence transmitter and mounting parts, cadence-magnet, mounting parts 8. Stopwatch Manual stop watch to measure riding time of certain trip sections. Starting Stopwatch Select STOPWATCH in your information display: a STOPWATCH /START c START / STOP
Indicator Symbol << >>
Resetting Stopwatch: a STOPWATCH select the appropriate menu. c Hold for 3 seconds After 3 seconds the STOPWATCH is reset to zero.
9. NAVIGATOR functions Your VDO computer features a NAVIGATOR function that makes it possible to follow route (Road-Book) instructions. Road-books are trip maps outlining mileage values based on certain landmarks. Your VDO-Navigator is a further independent trip counter, it either counts forward or backwards. Mileage can be set at any point of the trip. You might as well get in on a trip or adjust your mileage in case you have gotten lost.
Setting the NAVIGATOR a c NAVIGATOR / SELECT a c NAVIGATOR / SET a c FORWARD or BACKWARD to be selected <<ashing numbers>> are ready to be set: a enter / set c ?NEXT DIGIT? accept or return by b continue with next digit or correct previous entry b At the end of the set procedure you will be asked c ?SET OK? accept SET DONE appears briey and your VDO-Computer automatically returns to main menu TRIPDISTANCE/SETTINGS. Note: the NAVIGATOR is always counting, even if you dont set it.
Reset NAVIGATOR to zero. a c NAVIGATOR / SELECT a c NAVIGATOR / RESET Check back: NAVIGATOR ?RESET? c accept RESET DONE appears briey and your VDO-Computer automatically returns to main menu TRIPDISTANCE/SETTINGS. 10. Timing functions Your VDO-Computer features 5 individual timing functions. With any of the functions selected the TIMING indicator << >> is activated in the upper left part of the display. Set-/measuring range for all timing functions: 0:00:00 h to 24:00:00 h TIMER 1: You can program a time window, i.e. for interval training. TIMER 1 counts on from zero. A single beep indicates the end of TIMER 1.

TIMER 2: You can program another time window, i.e. for a break in your interval training TIMER 2 counts on from zero. A double beep indicates the end of TIMER 2. TIMER 1+2: With this TIMING-function selected, TIMER 1 and TIMER 2 time windows are continuously cycled one after the other. A single beep indicates the end of TIMER 1, a double beep indicates the end of TIMER 2. TIMER 1+2 is activated, until you stop TIMER 1+2 by pressing the M-key COUNTDOWN: You can program a time window from which is counted backwards. A single beep indicates the end of the COUNTDOWN timer. Only with COUNTDOWN selected and started you have access to additional functions MORE in AVG SPEED menu. See also 10.4. STOPWATCH: manual stop watch to measure riding time of certain trip sections.
10.1 Selecting timing functions a c TRIPDISTANCE / SETTINGS a c TIMING / SELECT c TIMING / ?SELECT? Note: By accepting ?SELECT? either default setting STOPWATCH or last selected timing function is displayed. a STOPWATCH / COUNTDOWN / TIMER 1 / TIMER 2 or TIMER 1+2 c SELECTION to be conrmed / accepted DONE appears briey and your VDO-Computer automatically returns to main menu TRIPDISTANCE/SETTINGS. The TIMER function of your choice is then displayed in your information menu IM4. With TIMER or COUNTDOWN selected, you have to program your time window, otherwise your information menu displays the hint TIMER ERROR or COUNTDOWN ERROR.
10.2 TIMER/COUNTDOWN programming C4DS While the STOPWATCH does not need any further presetting, for the TIMER and COUNTDOWN functions the time windows have to be programmed in the rst place a c a c a c a c TRIPDISTANCE / SETTINGS TIMING / SELECT TIMING / ?SET? TIMER 1 or TIMER 2 or COUNTDOWN accept / select <<ashing numbers>> are ready to be set a c hours a c minutes a c seconds c ?SET OK? accept TIMER1/TIMER2/COUNTDOWN SET DONE appears briey and your VDO-Computer automatically returns to main menu TRIPDISTANCE/SETTINGS.
10.3 Timer/Countdown/Stopwatch start, stop and reset / Beep C4DS Starting Timer/Countdown/Stopwatch Select the timing-function of your choice in your information display: a c TIMER 1 /START or TIMER 2/START or TIMER1+2/START or COUNTDOWN /START or STOPWATCH /START START / STOP
Resetting Timer/Countdown/Stopwatch Timer and Countdown feature a fast reset function: a TIMER1/TIMER2/TIMER1+2/COUNTDOWN/STOPWATCH select the appropriate menu. c Hold for 3 seconds After 3 seconds the TIMER is reset to zero or the COUNTDOWN is reset to the previously programmed START time.

Check back COUNTDOWN With COUNTDOWN-time elapsed an automatic check back appears: ?RESET?. If you accept this by pressing c, the previously programmed COUNTDOWN time is displayed. The COUNTDOWN is now ready to be started again.
10.4 Additional Countdown Functions In COUNTDOWN mode you get to FORECAST KM/MI and REMAIN KM/MI by information menu AVG SPEED: a c AVG SPEED/MORE a FORECAST KM or MI b REMAIN KM or MI Note: The forecasted km/mi reect your computers projection for the distance you accomplish at the end of your countdown time. This information is determined by your actual average speed during the countdown time period. Respective data is updated
every 10 seconds. Remaining km/mi is your estiamted distance left in the remaining countdown time. Here also, respective data is updated every 10 seconds. As long as you have not reset your COUNTDOWN by ?RESET?, you are able to review the projected FORECAST KM/MI of your last COUNTDOWN by the FORECAST KM/MI menu option. 11. Troubleshooting Heres a listing of possible malfunctions, the probable causes and suggested solutions. Malfunction Partial text segments in display (i.e. after battery change No speed reading in display Probable Cause Computer-software is not running smoothly after battery change Transmitter and magnet are too far apart Remedy / Repair Reset the software by pressing the AC-button on the rear housing Readjust position of transmitter and magnet
No speed reading in display No speed reading in display Display fades Display fades Transmitter battery has been changed Wheel size is not correctly set up = Wheel size is ZERO Battery is weak Temperatures below 5 C (41 F) make your LCD display fade Activate manual transmitter search (DIGI CONNECT RESET) see chapter 3.1 Program your wheel size
Check battery, and replace eventually Higher temperatures will m ake your display work properly
12. Warranty disclaimer VDO Cycle Parts warrants your VDO-Computer for 5 years from date of purchase. This war94
ranty covers defects in material and workmanship. Defects on cables, senders, transmitters and mounting materials resulting from normal wear and tear, improper care, accidents, abuse or alteration are not covered by our warranty. Opening the computer housing (except for the battery door) is considered abuse, thus not covered by our 5 year warranty. Please keep your sales receipt to prove that your computer is covered under the warranty in case of legitimate complaints. In case of legitimate complaints you are entitled to have your computer either repaired or replaced with a comparable model. Due t possible model changes, your model might have been discontinued. In the event that you should have a complaint, please rst contact the retailer where you purchased your VDO computer. If the retailer is unable to help, you can return your computer to: Cycle Parts GmbH, Groe Ahlmhle 33, D-76865 Rohrbach. In case of technical queries, please contact our customer-service-hotline: +49-6349-9635-10. Further technical information is available on our website: http://www.vdocyclecomputer.com Technical specications of our computers are subject to change without notice.

13. Technical Specications
Computer: approx. 45 x 52 x 16 mm, weight 45 g Handlebar holder: weight 15 g Transmitter: weight20 g Battery: 3V, Type 2032 (Computer), 3V Type 2032 (Transmitter) Battery life: 300 hours of use, approx. 6000 km (3940 mi) only speedtransmitter use 250 hours of use, approx. 5000 km (3106 mi) speed plus cadence-transmitter use. Digital speed transmitter: 600 h Operating temperature of LCD display: -15 C to +60 C (5 F to 140 F) Speed reading range: at wheel size 2155 mm (84.8 in) min 2.5 km/h (1.55 mi) / max 120 km/h (74 mi) Riding Time Measuring Range: up to 23:59:59 HH:MM:SS Stop Watch Measuring Range (only C2DS, C3DS, C4DS): up to 23:59:59 HH:MM:SS Trip Distance Counter Measuring Range: up to 999.99 km or mi NAVIGATOR Measuring Range (only C3DS, C4DS): up to 999.99 km or mi Total odometer either Bike 1 or 2 Measuring Range: Up to 99.999 km or mi Total Odometer measuring Range: up to 199.999 km or mi Wheel size Set Range: 100 mm (3.9 in) minimum / 3999 mm (157.4 in) maximum 96

 

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