- 1 How do I wake up my power meter 4iiii?
- 2 How do I connect my 4iii?
- 3 How do I pair dual sided power meter 4iiii?
- 4 How do you calibrate a power meter?
- 5 Do I need to calibrate power meter every ride?
- 6 How do 4iiii power meters work?
- 7 How often should I calibrate my 4iiii power meter?
- 8 How long does 4iiii battery last?
- 9 Is 4iiii a Bluetooth?
- 10 Does 4iii power meter measure cadence?
- 11 How do you take the battery out of a 4iii? (video)
- 12 How do I update the firmware on my 4iiii?
- 13 What is 4iiii scale factor?
- 14 How do you charge a power meter?
- 15 What happens when you calibrate a power meter?
- 16 Are stage power meters accurate?
- 17 How do I activate my stage power meter?
- 18 What should stages calibration number be?
- 19 Do stages power meters read low?
- 20 Do stages power meters read high?
- 21 Is a power meter worth it?
- 22 Which is better 4iiii or stages power meter?
- 23 Is 4iiii waterproof?
- 24 How do I connect my Garmin 4iiii? (video)
- 25 How accurate are 4iiii?
- 26 What is the best power meter?
- 27 What does a power meter do on a bike?
- 28 Do I need a speed and cadence sensor with a power meter?
- 29 Do I need cadence sensor if I have power meter?
How do I wake up my power meter 4iiii?
Spin the crank arms four times to wake your powermeter. via
How do I connect my 4iii?
How do I pair dual sided power meter 4iiii?
Spin your crank 3-4 times to wake up your powermeters. Select Add Device. Select both the Drive Side and Non-Drive Side Powermeters and press Pair (iOS) or Connect (Android). Your PRECISION PRO or Podiiiium Pro Powermeter will now be paired and connected and ready to use. via
How do you calibrate a power meter?
Do I need to calibrate power meter every ride?
Not exactly, each Stages Power meter is calibrated during manufacturing using a sophisticated multistage process that is not necessary to repeat: however, it is recommended to perform a zero offset calibration once a week or before any critical event or fitness test. via
How do 4iiii power meters work?
The 4iiii Precision broadcasts data on both ANT+ and Bluetooth Smart. While doing this it'll broadcast your current power & cadence on ANT+, and your current power & cadence on Bluetooth Smart. If pairing via ANT+, you'll be able to search and find the 4iiii Precision system via any ANT+ capable power meter head unit. via
How often should I calibrate my 4iiii power meter?
I've been recommended to calibrate/zero offset my 4iiii every ride. Stages recommends it one a week or before any critical event or fitness test. via
How long does 4iiii battery last?
The pod runs on a single CR2032 coin battery which, according to 4iiii, currently gives about 120 hours of battery life. via
Is 4iiii a Bluetooth?
All 4iiii products support both Ant+ and Bluetooth giving you many options for viewing your data in real time. via
Does 4iii power meter measure cadence?
4iiii says, "Whether you're a pro or simply training hard, Precision left-side power meters deliver industry-leading accuracy, highly dependable cadence data, 3D power meter technology capable of measuring tri-axial strain on your crank arm. via
How do you take the battery out of a 4iii? (video)
How do I update the firmware on my 4iiii?
What is 4iiii scale factor?
Scale factor: This allows you to adjust for a left/ right leg imbalance when using a single side powermeter. For example, if you produce 49% of your power with your left leg, put in a scale factor of 1.02 in to give an accurate total power, if 48% left leg, put in a scale factor of 1.04. via
How do you charge a power meter?
Use a USB AC adapter with a voltage of 5.0V and with a current equal or greater than 1.0A. Use the designated charge cable to charge the powermeter. Avoid contact of the charge cable and/ or powermeter with water while charging. Do not disassemble or modify the charge cable. via
What happens when you calibrate a power meter?
Calibration is a one-time procedure that happens at the factory. When your power meter is manufactured, the calibration process essentially sets the relationship between the force measurement input and output. The factory calibrates your power meter by setting what is called the 'slope'. via
Are stage power meters accurate?
For reference, Stages LR has a claimed accuracy rate of +/- 1.5%. It also does not require any magnets for cadence, while also automatically correcting for any temperature drift. Both of these are pretty common though on most power meters these days. via
How do I activate my stage power meter?
Make sure to activate the power meter by rotating the crnak. Hold down Next > Pair > Power POD > Activate crank by rotating > Watch will confirm that it is paired. Note: The Stages Power meter is only capable of pairing to one Bluetooth 4.0 device at a time. via
What should stages calibration number be?
The expected range of values is within +/- 50 from 890, so expect to see numbers in the high 800s or low 900s when calibrating properly. via
Do stages power meters read low?
You can easily see a 15-20 watt difference when you consider the variance of a stages as around 2% along with nearly every other power meter, so switching meters may have a 4% difference (e.g., your stages reads 2% low and new meter reads 2% high). via
Do stages power meters read high?
The worst performer in the test was the Stages power meter, where we can see an 11% spread in power figures, so if you recorded the same 300w interval on two Stages power meter you could record as high as 309w and the other as low as 273w – a huge variation in power terms. via
Is a power meter worth it?
Since power meters have become affordable, they're definitely worth the investment. A good coach can use your power numbers to ensure your training leads to specific goals. via
Which is better 4iiii or stages power meter?
As you can see in the table below, across all models, 4iiii is the lower cost option. When it comes to road, you can see that Stages offers right only crank arms, whereas 4iiii does not. However, 4iiii offers a R7000 Dual-sided crankset (a great value for a dual-sided road power meter), but Stages doesn't. via
Is 4iiii waterproof?
They are fully waterproof, and offer USB charging for a claimed battery life of 60 hours. 4iiii can retro-fit your existing cranks or supply ready-to-ride units pre-fitted to Shimano cranks from 105 level upwards. via
How do I connect my Garmin 4iiii? (video)
How accurate are 4iiii?
Available as a crank-based left-side-only, or dual-sided unit the company claims it is 99 per cent accurate. via
What is the best power meter?
Best power meters reviewed
What does a power meter do on a bike?
A power meter on a bicycle is a device that measures the power delivered by the cyclist. Most bicycle power meters use strain gauges to measure applied torque and, when combined with angular speed, calculate power. via
Do I need a speed and cadence sensor with a power meter?
No, you do not need a separate cadence sensor in addition to the Stages Power meter. The Stages Power meter sends both watts and RPM to the head unit via its ANT+ or Bluetooth Smart connection. via
Do I need cadence sensor if I have power meter?
If you have a power meter on your bike, a cadence sensor isn't required, however they can be handy for 2nd and 3rd bikes. In addition, we note that a speed sensor is required for use with the PowerPod power meter. via