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[. . . ] Vector ? Owner?s Manual October 2013 190-01450-00_0B Printed in Taiwan All rights reserved. Under the copyright laws, this manual may not be copied, in whole or in part, without the written consent of Garmin. Garmin reserves the right to change or improve its products and to make changes in the content of this manual without obligation to notify any person or organization of such changes or improvements. Go to www. garmin. com for current updates and supplemental information concerning the use of this product. [. . . ] If the pedal pod contacts the crank arm anywhere else, the pedal pod may fracture when the pedal is tightened. ?If the mounting face surrounding the threaded hole in the crank arm is recessed, use one or more washers to fill the recess. ? Installing the Pedal Pod and Pedal NOTE: The left and right pedal pods are the same. ? 1 Install the left pedal first. ?2 Apply a thin layer of grease on the pedal spindle and the pedal pod where it contacts the pedal spindle. ? 3 On the pedal spindle, stack the pedal pod and any required washers . ? Introduction 1 TIP: You must carefully bend the cable out of the way. ?TIP: Power and cadence calculations are not impacted by the orientation of the pedal pod. ?Garmin recommends placement of the pedal pod on the leading edge of the crank. ?When the crank is in the forward position, the pedal pod should be pointing downward. ?NOTE: If the pedal pod cable rubs the chain, you can add washers between the pedal pod and the crank arm to increase clearance. ? devices. ?If you have another compatible device, see page5, or go to www. garmin. com/?vectorowner. ?When the sensor is paired with your Edge device, the sensor status is Connected. ?You can customize a data field to display Vector data. ? Your First Ride Before you ride with Vector for the first time, you must enter the crank length, set the install angle of the sensors inside the pedals, and calibrate the static zero reference. ?You must also calibrate the system if you move Vector to another bike. ?These procedures contain instructions for the Edge 810 and 510 devices. ?If you have another compatible device, see page5, or go to www. garmin. com/?vectorowner. ? Installing the Shoe Cleats NOTE: The left and right cleats are the same. ?2 Align the cleat , washers , and bolts . ? Entering the Crank Length The crank length is often printed on the crank arm. ?5 Enter the crank length, and select . ? Setting the Installation Angle Before you set the installation angles, you must set the Edge data fields to display power and cadence. ?When the installation angles are successfully set, a message appears and data fields display power data on the Edge device (810 and 510 only). ? 3 Use a 4mm hex key to loosely attach each bolt to the sole of the shoe. ?(5 to 8 Nm). ? Performing a Static Zero Calibration NOTE: During this task, the bike must be in an upright position, and nothing can be touching the pedals. ?When the zero reference is determined, a message appears on the Edge device. ? Adjusting the Release Tension NOTICE Do not overtighten the release tension screw on the bottom of the pedal. ?There is a window on the back of the pedal binding that shows the allowable range. ? Calibrating Vector Before Each Ride For best results, Garmin recommends calibrating Vector at the start of every ride. ?3 While coasting, smoothly pedal backward 5 consecutive times or more. ?When Vector is calibrated, a message appears on the Edge device. ? Pairing Vector with Your Edge 810 or 510 Device Before you can view Vector data on the Edge device, you must pair the devices. ?periodically to keep track of all your ride data. ? Sending Your Ride to Garmin Connect NOTICE To prevent corrosion, thoroughly dry the mini-USB port, the weather cap, and the surrounding area before charging or connecting to a computer. ? Plan your training: You can choose a fitness goal and load one of the day-by-day training plans. ? [. . . ] You can customize a data field to display Vector data. ? Calibrating Vector with the Edge 500 Device 1 Enter the crank length (page6). ?4 Calibrate Vector before each ride (page2). ? Entering the Crank Length The crank length is often printed on the crank arm. ?Performing a Static Zero Calibration NOTE: During this task, the bike must be in an upright position, and nothing can be touching the pedals. ?When the zero reference is determined, a message appears on the Edge device. ? Power - 10s Avg. ?: The 10-second moving average of power output. ? [. . . ]

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