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NODE 1 & NODE 2 Owners Manual.
Thank you for buying a Bontrager NODE computer. We hope this computer gives you miles (or kilometers) of pleasure.
Please read this manual carefully. If you do not understand the information, or you have a question that this manual does not cover, consult your Bontrager dealer or contact us.
Safety When Riding
When riding your bicycle, do not stare at the computer for a long time (Figure 1). If you do not watch the road, you could hit an obstacle, which may cause you to lose control and fall.
Hold Press Reset Trip Restart Scroll Toggle
Press a button continuously for about three seconds. Push a button once, briefly.
Set all values in the memory to 0 (zero) and erase all settings. Set Trip values (only) in the memory to 0 (zero).
Press several times to change through a list of values or screen elements. Change back and forth between two values or screen elements.
Figure 1. Do Not Stare at Computer for Long Periods of Time.
Screen Elements and Abbreviations
There are two models of NODE computer:
NODE 1 NODE 2
CLOCK ALARM TEMPERATURE
Either model can be used on two bicycles with different wheel sizes, yet still calculate all the data correctly. You must set the wheel sizes and choose the bike setting that is appropriate for that bike before you start riding.
BIKE SELECTION bike1 bike2
BATTERY SPEED (main display)
SECOND FUNCTION DISPLAY
SPEED FUNCTION SELECTION current average maximum
ACTIVE SENSOR INDICATORS speed cadence power heart rate
MODE INDICATORS ride setting
SECOND FUNCTION SELECTION current average maximum
Figure 2. Screen Elements.
(can be restarted to 0 without affecting the total)
Cadence AVG and MAX Distance (TRP) Heart Rate AVG, MIN, and MAX; plus Zones 1 through 5 Power AVG, MIN, and MAX Speed AVG and MAX Altitude (ALT), +, , and Grade (%) AVG and MAX
Abbreviations and Screen Terms
Abbreviation ALT AVG BIKES CAL CLOCK CUR DV F FT HR INT M MAX MIN MT Meaning Altitude Average Bicycles, including bike1 and bike2 Calorie Clock Current, or now Dual View, showing two secondary functions simultaneously Female Feet Heart Rate Interval Male Maximum Minimum Meters Abbreviation NUTRI ODO OFF ON PWR REPS REST SENS SYSTEM TIME TRP TTL UNITS WGT Meaning Nutrition Odometer Off On Power Repetitions Rest Sensors System Time Trip Total Units Weight
The NODE computer has two modes:
Ride This is the mode you will use when riding your bike. Ride mode (Figure 3) displays the functions, the information gathered by the computer. This information can be the current data (your current speed, the current temperature, or data from other functions), or for some functions the NODE can display your average, total, or minimum/maximum data. You can learn more about each of these functions in the section that covers functions. Setting This is the mode you will use to prepare your computer for your first ride, or to set more advanced features. Setting mode (Figure 4) allows you to program the computer, allowing you to choose the units you prefer (e.g. miles or kilometers), input the correct time or altitude, or set alarms to alert you when you exceed your chosen minimum or maximum heart rate. If the computer is left in Setting mode, it automatically returns to the Ride mode.
Figure 4. Setting Mode.
Figure 3. Ride Mode.
Changing Modes Sleep (Standby)
To toggle the Ride and Setting modes, hold
for three seconds (Figure 5).
If the sensors do not send a signal to the NODE for 20 minutes, the computer goes into Standby to conserve battery power. After an additional 10 minutes, the NODE switches to Off. To extend battery life during long periods of non-use, remove computer from bracket to deactivate the Auto Start feature.
Figure 5. Changing Modes.
The NODE can compute information from four sensors:
Cadence Speed Heart Rate Power
Not all NODE computers are packaged with all the sensors. If your bicycle is appropriately equipped, you can purchase a combination speed/cadence sensor. You can also customize your computer by purchasing additional Bontrager NODE sensors or a power sensing system of your choice from your Bontrager dealer.
Functions of Sensors
Sensors sense impulses, either from the passing of magnets that are attached to a spoke or a crankarm, electrical impulses generated by the pumping of your heart, or the impulses from a power meter. When the sensor senses input, it sends a radio signal to the NODE computer. This signal has a range of about 5 feet (1.5 meters).
Sensors Require Power
Sensors require electrical power. Each sensor gets its own power from an individual battery. If the battery loses power, the sensor will no longer send signals to the computer.
Before Your First Ride
Pairing (Pair) Procedure
Before the NODE can display any data, it must identify each radio signal sent by the sensors (Figure 6). This process, which takes about one minute, is called Pairing (Pair). After the NODE creates a Pair, it remembers the signals, so normally this only occurs once (during the initial set up). Sensors only send signals when they are activated: The wheel must turn to activate the speed sensor The crankarm must rotate to activate the cadence sensor or the power sensor You must wear the chest strap to activate the heart rate sensor During the Pairing procedure, the 0 of the speed display flashes. This procedure can take up to 60 seconds. When it is complete, the icons for successfully connected sensors display at the bottom of the screen. If an icon for a sensor disappears, a pair was not created for that sensor.
The NODE only needs to perform the pair procedure once. If the Pair fails, or later you add another sensor, you can also force the Pairing procedure: In Ride mode, hold and for three seconds while you make the sensors send signals.
Figure 6. Locking onto Radio Signals from Sensors.
Connecting (Connect) Procedure
Each time you switch on the NODE, it automatically tries to Connect (lock on) to the signals it remembers from the Pairing procedure. Just like during Pairing, for the NODE to Connect to signals you must activate the sensors (make them send a signal). During the Connecting procedure, the 0 of the speed display ashes. After the Speed sensor connects, the 0 stops flashing but the icons of the other paired sensors continue to flash until the Connecting procedure is complete. This can take up to 60 seconds. When it is complete, the icons for successfully connected sensors display at the bottom of the screen (Figure 7).
If the Connecting procedure fails, the appears on the screen in each function where the sensor is switched to ON but the Connecting procedure failed. In addition, the icon for that sensor will disappear. These indications happen when the NODE does not receive a signal during the Connecting procedure. You can force the Connecting procedure: In Ride mode, hold signals. for three seconds while you make the sensors send
Figure 7. Icons Show Sensors are Connected.
Switching Sensors to OFF or ON
1. Hold for three seconds to go to Setting mode. to SENS.
2. When BIKES appears, scroll 3. Press.
4. To change Cadence to ON or OFF, press To select, press.
5. To change Power to ON or OFF, press To select, press.
6. To change Heart Rate to ON or OFF, press Press.
7. To save and exit, press To go to Ride mode, hold
. for three seconds.
When you install or replace the battery or perform the Reset procedure, the computer will automatically go through the Pairing and Connecting procedures and set the units for one bike.
Before starting this procedure, place the NODE within 5 feet (1.5 m) of all sensors, and be ready to activate the sensors as explained in Pairing. for three seconds. (You may need to 1. To switch on the computer, hold install the battery. See Battery Maintenance section near end of guide.) The NODE automatically goes to the Setting mode and bike1 and bike2 display with one highlighted. If it does not, push the Reset (erase settings) button on the back of the computer. 2. To change bike1 or bike2, press or. To select, press. You can go back from any selection: Press 3. To change the wheel size, press To select, press
NOTE (or) (3 sec)
You can also set a Custom wheel size. ODO displays, then Ride Total displays (this may be zero) with the rst digit underlined. 3.
4. To change the underlined digit, press To select, press.
5. Repeat Step 4 to change and select the other digits, then press 6. To change to MPH or KMH, press To select, press. or.
7. To change to C or F, press To select, press.
8. To change to 12hr or 24hr, press To select, press.
9. To change the underlined digit, press To select, press.
Repeat step 9 to change and select the other digits. If you selected the 12hr clock, you also must select AM or PM.
10. When PAIR appears, make the sensor(s) send a signal (spin the wheel, turn the crank, etc.). The computer indicates it is performing the Pairing procedure.
When the NODE changes to Ride mode with Speed displayed (Figure 8), it is ready for use. If an icon does not appear after the Pairing procedure, do one of the following: Force Pair Press the Reset (erase settings) button to start over See the Troubleshooting section.
Figure 8. Ride Mode with Speed Displayed.
This section explains how to perform setup for a second bike or set a custom wheel size.
To Perform Setup for a Second Bike
1. Hold for three seconds to go to Setting mode. or. 1.
(or) (3 sec)
2. When BIKES appears, press
3. To change from bike1 or bike2, press
To select, press
4. To change wheel size, press To select, press.
5. To save and exit, press To go to Ride mode, hold
Setting a Custom Wheel Size
Measure the roll-out (Figure 9).
Roll-out is the distance your bicycle travels in exactly one revolution of the wheel. If one wheel on your bicycle is bigger, measure the wheel with the magnet. 1. With the valve stem of the wheel directly over the floor, sit on the bike. Have your helper mark the oor at the valve stem. Roll the bike forward one revolution of the wheel, so that the valve stem is again directly over the floor. Mark the new location of the valve stem. Measure the distance between the marks. If needed, convert to millimeters. The result is your Custom Wheel Size.
Figure 9. Roll-out.
for three seconds to go to Setting mode. or.
3. To change bike1 or bike2, press
To select, press 4. Scroll Press. or
5. To change the underlined digit, press To select, press.
Repeat step 5 for the other digits.
6. To save and exit, press To go to Ride mode, hold
Every Ride After the First
To switch the NODE to On, simply push any button or send the NODE speed or cadence data: spin the crankarm or roll the wheel. The Connecting procedure will begin immediately.
To Restart (Change Trip Data to 0)
1. In Ride mode, hold
for three seconds.
Trip data includes this information: Cadence AVG and MAX Distance (TRP) Heart Rate AVG, MIN, and MAX; plus Zones 1 through 5 Power AVG, MIN, and MAX Speed AVG and MAX Altitude (ALT) +, , and Grade (%) AVG and MAX
To Select the Bike
The NODE can calculate data for two different bikes, even if they have different sizes of wheels. If you have not performed the Setting procedure for the second bike, see Advanced Setup. 1. Hold for three seconds to go to Setting mode. or.
3. To change bike1 or bike2, press 4. To select, press.
To go to Ride mode, hold
Understanding Your NODEs Functions
Speed is a measurement of how fast your bike is moving.
Features of Speed Function
In Ride mode, speed always displays (Figure 10). The NODE can also display your current (CUR), average (AVG), and maximum (MAX) speed. The NODE can do this for two bicycles, bike1 and bike2. Correct display of speed depends on selecting the bicycle before you ride, and on the wheel size setting.
Speed Sensor The sensor for speed is attached to the fork or chainstay of your bicycle. To sense the speed, the speed magnet must be correctly located on a spoke and the wheel must turn.
Figure 10. Speed Screen.
Viewing Speed CUR AVG MAX
1. In Ride Mode, scroll.
2. CUR changes to AVG, which changes to MAX.
Cadence is how fast you are pedaling, counted as the number of complete revolutions per minute (RPM) of the crankset.
Features of Cadence Function
When displaying the cadence function, the lower section of the screen displays CAD (Figure 11). The NODE can display Current (CUR), Average (AVG), and Maximum (MAX) cadence.
Cadence Sensor The sensor for cadence is attached to the left chainstay of your bicycle. The cadence magnet must be correctly located on the crankarm. The sensor must be switched to ON and send a signal.
Figure 11. Cadence Function.
Viewing Cadence CUR AVG MAX
1. In Ride Mode, scroll 2. Scroll. to CAD.
3. CUR changes to AVG, which changes to MAX.
Power is a measurement of the amount of work you are doing, or the horsepower. The metric equivalent of horsepower is joules.
Features of Power Function
If power data is sent to the NODE, the lower section of the screen displays PWR (Figure 12). The NODE can display Current (CUR), Average (AVG), and Maximum (MAX) power.
Power Sensor The NODE can receive signals from a variety of power meters (sensors) that work with the ANT+ protocol. However, Bontrager does not make a power meter. The sensor must be switched to ON and send a signal (spin the crank).
Figure 12. Power Function.
Viewing Power CUR AVG MAX
1. In Ride Mode, scroll 2. Scroll. to PWR.
To get the most accurate data, you should calibrate the power function before every ride. 1. In Ride Mode, scroll 2. Press. to PWR.
CALIB? (Calibrate?) appears.
3. To calibrate, press
As the NODE calibrates, the 0 (zero) of speed flashes each segment in a circular pattern. Then DONE (done) appears, and after one second the NODE returns to the PWR function.
If CALIB? appears, the NODE returns to the calibration screen because the calibration procedure failed. Repeat steps 2 and 3, or see Troubleshooting.
4. To return to PWR, press
HEART RATE (HR)
Heart rate is a measurement of the number of times your heart beats in a minute.
Features of Heart Rate Function
If heart rate data is sent to the NODE, the lower section of the screen displays HR (Figure 13). The NODE can display Current (CUR), Average (AVG), and Maximum (MAX) heart rate. You can also set fives zones. Each zone is a target heart rate within an upper and lower limit. The NODE computes the amount of time you have spent in each zone.
Heart Rate Sensor The sensor for heart rate is the NODE chest strap. The chest strap must be correctly located on your chest (Figure 14), against your skin, and will work better if the contact area is slightly moist. The chest strap needs to be snug to stay in place. Slide the buckles to adjust the length of the strap. The sensor must be switched to ON and send a signal.
Figure 13. Heart Rate Function.
Figure 14. Location for Chest Strap.
Viewing Heart Rate CUR AVG MAX
1. In Ride Mode, scroll 2. Scroll. to HR.
3. CUR changes to AVG, which changes to MAX. If you have set the heart rate zones, a number will display beside the CUR heart rate. This number is the current heart rate zone.
The NODE can compute and display the time your heart rate was in each zone. Before it can collect this data, you must first set the zones.
% of Maximum Heart Rate Setting 90100
1. In Ride Mode, scroll 2. Press.
3. When CAL appears, press
4. Zone 1 appears, showing the time spent in Zone 1 since the last Trip Restart. Scroll to see Zones 1 through 5.
5. To return to HR, press
Setting Heart Rate Zones
for three seconds to go to Setting mode. or to HR.
4. To change the MIN number, press. To go to MAX, press and go to step 6. 5. To change the underlined digit, press To select, press.
Repeat step 5 for the other digits. 4. 5.
6. To go to MAX, press
7. To change the MAX number, press
8. To change the underlined digit, press To select, press.
Repeat step 8 for the other digits.
9. To save and exit, press To go to Ride mode, hold
CALORIE OUTPUT (CAL)
This feature estimates the calories you are burning based on work and body weight (Figure 15). CAL is based on heart rate, so the sensor must be switched to ON and send a signal.
Figure 15. Calorie Output Function.
To View Calorie Output
3. To return to HR, scroll
. 1. 2. 3.
Setting Calorie Output
1. Hold for three seconds to go to Setting mode. to CAL.
4. To change M (male) or F (female), press 5. To select, press. or.
6. To change WGT kg or lb, press
7. To select, press
Intervals are periods of time of a set length, separated by set periods of time.
The interval clock runs separately from the Time function, so you can still use the stopwatch function and scroll through standard functions without stopping the interval clock. In the INT screen, there are two clocks above a box (Figure 16). When the clock on the left is running, it counts down the time that remains in the interval. When the clock on the right is running, it counts down the time that remains in the rest. The box gives the number of intervals that remain of the total repetitions, and a bar moves across the box to show the relative progress of the interval and rest clocks.
Figure 16. Intervals Function.
To View the Interval Clock
1. In Ride Mode, scroll to INT.
To Start the Interval Clock, or Restart at 0
1. In Ride Mode, scroll or to INT.
2. To start the clock from its current state, press
3. To restart the clock at 00:00, hold
To Stop the Interval Clock
1. In Ride Mode, scroll 2. Press. or to INT.
To Set Intervals
Setting intervals has four sections: ON/OFF (On/Off) TIME (the length of time of the interval) REST (the length of time between intervals) REPS (the number of repetitions) 1. Hold for three seconds to go to Setting mode.
to INT. 1.
4. To change from ON or OFF, press To select, press.
5. To change the Interval time, press. To skip to REST, press and go to step 9.
6. To change the underlined digit, press To select, press.
Repeat step 6 for the other digits. 7. To go to REST, press.
8. To change the Rest time, press. To skip to REPS, press and go to step 13. 9. To change the underlined digit, press To select, press. or.
Repeat step 9 for the other digits.
10. To go to REPS, press
11. To change the number of repetitions, press
12. To change the underlined digit, press To select, press.
Repeat step 12 for the other digits. 13. To save and exit, press To go to Ride mode, hold. for three seconds. 12. 13.
Trip is the distance you have traveled since the last Trip Restart. Odometer is the distance since the last Reset (erase of settings). The NODE adds distance values of Trip and Odometer from bike1 to those of bike2.
Features of Trip Function
In Trip, the lower section of the screen displays TRP (Figure 17). If the display shows the odometer, there are no letters displayed.
Sensor for Trip Data The speed sensor collects distance for the trip data. To sense the passing of the wheel magnet, the speed sensor must be correctly located.
Figure 17. Trip Function.
Viewing Trip (TRP) and Odometer
1. In Ride Mode, scroll 2. Toggle. to TRP.
The display changes from TRP to odometer (no screen abbreviation).
Setting the Odometer
1. Hold for three seconds to go to Setting mode. to SYSTEM.
4. When ODO appears, press
Repeat step 5 for the other digits. To go to Ride mode, hold for three seconds. 4. 5.
The NODE 2 can calculate ALT, or altitude. Altitude is the height above sea level. The NODE adds altitude values from bike1 to those of bike2.
Features of Altitude Function
The altitude function can calculate changes in altitude during a ride, including loss, gain, and total change (Figure 18). The altitude function can also calculate the current and maximum grade, the percent of climbing over a distance.
Figure 18. Altitude Function.
To View Grade (%), Trip (TRP), and Total (TTL)
MT = meters FT = feet
1. In Ride Mode, scroll 2. Scroll.
Grade (%) appears, then Trip altitude (TRP+) appears, then Total altitude (TTL+) appears. 1. 2.
3. To see the gain (+) or loss () in Trip or Total, scroll to that feature and toggle.
4. When % appears, toggle
to see current (CUR) and maximum (MAX).
Setting Current Altitude
The altimeter measures your altitude based on air pressure and temperature. Air pressure changes with the weather, so for the best accuracy you should set the current altitude before your first use and again whenever you are near a point of reference of known altitude. 1. Hold for three seconds to go to Setting mode. or to SYSTEM.
(3 sec) (or)
4. When ODO appears, scroll 5. Press.
6. To change from FT or MT, press
7. To change from + or , press To select, press.
Repeat step 8 for the other digits. To go to Ride mode, hold for three seconds. 8.
DUAL VIEW (DV)
Dual View splits the lower screen to show two of the secondary functions simultaneously (Figure 19). Speed, the primary function, always displays in Ride mode. With Dual View, in addition to Speed, your NODE can also display, for example, Power and Heart Rate. There are four functions available in Dual View:
HR (Heart Rate) TRP (Distance) CAD (Cadence) PWR (Power)
In order for these functions to be available in Dual View, they must switched ON, Paired, and Connected. (See Pairing Procedure, Connecting Procedure, and Switching Sensors to OFF or ON above.)
Figure 19. Dual View Function.
To Turn the Dual View Function On, Congure Display
for three seconds to go to Setting mode. or to DV.
4. To change to ON or OFF, push To select, press.
5. To change the function on the left, scroll
6. To change the function on the right, scroll 7. To save and exit, press To go to Ride mode, hold.
To View Dual View (DV)
1. In Ride mode, scroll
The NODE works with time in two ways:
Time of Day (clock)
HH:MM hours and minutes
Ride time (stopwatch)
HH:MM:SS, hours, minutes, and seconds
In Ride mode, the time function always displays (Figure 20). Ride time data is erased in a Trip Restart, but the Clock setting is not. When the Ride Time clock goes past 9:59:59, the first digit changes to show an H along with hours and minutes (H:00:00).
Figure 20. Time Function.
Viewing Clock and Ride Time
for three seconds to toggle Clock and Ride Time.
1. Hold for three seconds to go to Setting mode. or to SYSTEM.
4. When ODO appears, scroll 5. To change, press.
6. To change 12hr or 24hr, press To select, press.
7. To change the underlined digit, press To select, press.
Repeat step 7 for the other digits. If you selected the 12hr clock, you also must select AM or PM.
To save and exit, press To go to Ride mode, hold
The nutrition alarm displays an alarm bell (Figure 21) to remind you to eat at intervals you select. The intervals are based on the ride time clock, not the time of day, so the nutrition timer shows time as hours and minutes (HH:MM).
Figure 21. Nutrition Timer Alarm.
Setting Nutrition Alarm
for three seconds to go to Setting mode. to NUTRI.
2. When BIKES appears, scroll Press.
3. To change ON or OFF, press To select, press 4. Press again.
Repeat step 5 for the other digits. To go to Ride mode, hold for three seconds.
The NODE 2 has a screen backlight. The backlight provides a light source behind the screen so that the numbers are more visible.
To Switch the Backlight to ON
1. In Ride mode, hold for three seconds.
To save battery life, the backlight automatically switches to Off after five seconds.
This section explains how to attach the computer to the handlebar and attach the sensors and magnets to their locations. There are no wires.
Screwdriver, small slot type Screwdriver, small phillips type 2.5mm allen key (if installing a SpeedTrap or DuoTrap sensor)
To Attach the Computer to the Handlebar
1. Determine the diameter of your handlebar (25.4 mm, 26.0 mm, or 31.8 mm). 2. Insert the correct clasp into the computer base (Figure 22). 3. Slide the head of the clasp to the end of the slot in the base. 4. Insert the rubber pad with logo into the back of the base (Figure 23). 5. Wrap the clasp around the handlebar. 6. From the front side of the computer, insert the screw and tighten (Figure 24). 7. Slide the computer head into the base (Figure 25).
Figure 22. Clasp in the Back of Computer Base. Figure 23. Pad Inserted in Computer Base.
Figure 24. Tighten Screw.
Figure 25. Slide Computer into Base.
To Attach the Computer to the Stem
1. Insert the rubber pad with logo into the back of the computer base. 2. Position the base on the stem. 3. Secure the base to stem using zip-ties. 4. Slide the computer head into the base (Figure 25).
To Install the Speed Magnet
1. With the logo facing away from the wheel (Figure 26), wrap the magnet around a spoke. 2. Close the magnet so that the spoke is in the tunnel through the magnet (Figure 27). Squeeze the magnet until the clasp is engaged. 3. Slide the magnet up or down the spoke to align it with the sensor (Figure 28). 4. Tighten the clamp screw on the back of the magnet (Figure 29) to secure the position of the magnet.
Figure 26. Magnet on Spoke. Figure 27. Spoke Slot and Clasp.
Figure 28. Alignment of Magnet.
Figure 29. Tighten the Clamp Screw.
To Install the Cadence Magnet
1. Remove the left pedal. 2. Slide the cadence magnet (Figure 30) onto the crankarm with the magnet to the inside. 3. Reinstall the pedal. 4. Align the magnet with the cadence sensor.
To Install the Sensor(s)
Certain Trek and Gary Fisher road bikes feature a specially designed pocket that allows you to integrate a SpeedTrap sensor directly into the fork leg or a DuoTrap (Figure 32) sensor directly into the chainstay. If installing a SpeedTrap or DuoTrap sensor (both sold separately), please refer to the installation instructions included with the sensor. For non-SpeedTrap or DuoTrap compatible bikes: 1. Position the sensor on the fork leg (Figure 31) or chainstay to achieve the correct alignment with the magnet (Figure 28). If needed, move the magnet. 2. When you have achieved the correct alignment, pass a zip-tie through the sensor and around the fork blade or chainstay (Figure 33). 3. Install a second zip-tie. 4. Re-check the alignment of the sensor, and tighten both zip-ties. 5. Using a pair of scissors, cut off the excess length of zip-tie.
Figure 30. Crank Magnet on Crank Arm.
Figure 31. Speed Sensor on Fork.
Figure 32. DuoTrap Sensor in Chainstay.
Figure 33. Zip-tie.
There is a battery in the computer, and also in each of the sensors. If you use the NODE for one hour every day, the batteries should last about 10 months. To extend battery life during long periods of non-use, remove computer from bracket to deactivate the Auto Start feature.
You can erase all settings and programming. Push the Reset button (Figure 36). The NODE goes to the procedure for Automatic Setup.
Replace the batteries in the sensors every 10 months, or whenever the computer cannot perform the Pair or Connect procedure with a given sensor (Figure 34).
Replace the battery in the computer when the battery indicator gets to 10% (when the indicator shows no bars). Before removing the computer battery, note the Trip and Total values. When the battery is removed, the computer automatically does a Reset (erase settings) and changes function totals to zero (0). After installing a new battery (Figure 35), you can manually set your totals.
The same battery type is used for the computer and each sensor, a 3-volt CR2032 lithium cell. When you go to the store, take the old battery with you.
Figure 34. Removing the Battery Cover.
Figure 35. Battery Replacement.
Figure 36. Reset Button.
If your NODE computer has problems, use this guide to fix it. If you cannot fix it, take your computerwith the bicycleto your dealer.
Erratic data No current speed Speed is incorrect No cadence No heart rate Power does not calibrate Blank screen displays
Magnet misaligned or too far away Sensor battery power is low Magnet misaligned or too far away Sensor is switched to OFF Computer is not connected to sensor signal Wheel size is incorrect Sensor is not reading magnet properly Sensor battery power is low Sensor is not reading magnet properly Computer is not connected to sensor signal Sensor battery power is low Sensor is switched to OFF Sensor is not reading heart rate properly Computer is not connected to sensor signal Sensor battery power is low Sensor is switched to OFF Computer is not connected to sensor signal Sensor battery power is low Sensor is switched to OFF Sensor not sending signal Computer is in shipping mode Battery is dead, or installed incorrectly No sensors signals are connected
Readjust magnet and sensor placement Replace battery Readjust magnet and sensor placement Switch sensor to ON Force connect Reset (erase settings) computer Readjust magnet and sensor alignment Replace battery Readjust magnet and sensor alignment Force connect Replace battery Switch sensor to ON Readjust or moisten heart rate strap Force connect Replace battery Switch sensor to ON Force connect Replace battery Switch sensor to ON Refer to owners manual for power meter Hold the button for three seconds
Reinstall good battery Activate the sensors and Force connect
Bontrager & Bontrager B-Dot are registered trademarks of Trek Bicycle Corporation. 2010 Trek Bicycle Corporation, Waterloo, Wisconsin 53594 USA. All rights reserved.
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