How to Insert Batteries into a Coleman LED Headlamp By Kate Hickman Cyclists aiming to meet fitness goals and track their progress can now take advantage of technology by installing speedometers and bicycle computers. The Bell 15 Function Wireless Speedometer tracks the current, average and maximum speeds, calories burned, and total distance traveled, in addition to displaying the current air temperature. Using the Bell speedometer on a bicycle ride will provided critical data to use when evaluating performance and progress toward goals. In order to ensure an accurate output, take the appropriate time and care in installing and programming the Bell speedometer. Bell Speedometer Components The Bell speedometer comes with seven necessary components: the computer unit, sensor, computer battery, mounting bracket, three O-rings, a magnet, and two cable ties. Ensure that all components are available and in good condition.
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He has also published articles online for websites like eHow. Bell bike computers are devices designed to attach to your bicycle and record certain types of information, such as the distance you have traveled and the speed at which you move. A magnet and a sensor unit attached to the front of the bicycle track the movements of the front wheel. This data is then relayed to the computer, which performs calculations based on the size of the wheel and the number and rate of wheel revolutions.
Pull the measuring tape across the center of the wheel. Note the distance between the top and bottom edge of the wheel. Step 2 Press the button on the right side of the bike computer repeatedly to set the appropriate wheel factor.
If you are using the computer with a mountain bicycle, input for inch wheels, for inch wheels, for inch wheels and for inch wheels. Press the button on the left side of the bike computer to save your wheel factor setting. Step 3 Press the right button to set the computer to display distances in kilometers or miles, as desired. Press the left button to save your display setting. Press the left button to save your format setting. Step 5 Press the right button to set the computer to display user weight in kilograms or pounds, as desired.
Press the left button to save your weight setting. Press the right button to input your current weight, then press the left button to store the weight data. Press the right button repeatedly to set the current hour, then press the left button to proceed to the minutes setting. Set the minutes in a similar fashion, then press the left button to save your clock settings.
Operation Step 1 Begin pedaling the bicycle to automatically activate the computer. Press the right button to cycle through to the current speed display. Note the current speed, then press the right button to cycle to the calories burned display.
Press and hold the left button to reset the calories burned display, if desired. Step 2 Press the right button to access the distance traveled display. Note the current distance traveled. Press and hold the left button to reset the display, if desired. Step 3 Cycle through the trip timer, odometer, average speed and maximum speed displays in a similar fashion. Reset any of the displays, if desired, by holding down the left button.
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