SRM crank Wireless PowerMeter - Science adjustable in length
The SRM PowerMeter Science is optimal for training institutions or medical-scientific institutions. It has a 2-fold improvement in precision (± 0.5% accuracy) than others SRM power meter and is thus ideal for these institutions.
Optimal training requires exact knowledge about the performance and the currently driven performance. To control her training, certain data must be recorded. So the SRM power meter measures the cadence, speed and current performance. The special feature is the point of measurement of performance. This is measured directly between crank and chainring and are thus the real power exerted by the driver again. The measurement is effected by means of strain gauges 8 with an overall accuracy of ± 0.5%.
Highly recommended is the use in competition. Through the system, you can always drive in the optimum power range and thus get the most out of his body. So you can even further undercut his personal best.
Many professional cyclists and ambitious athletes use the potential of this system in different areas. From track cycling to mountain biking recognition of our own power assets helps tremendously, thus ensuring unexpected success!
Are included with the SRM Wireless PowerMeter and cranks , chainrings and a cadence magnet. One can easily PowerMeter with a bike computer, which supports ANT + Sport use.
NOTE: Contrary to the figure, the crank unit comes with practice Works chainrings.
Material crank: Aluminum
Material Power Meter: Aluminum
Battery life PowerMeter: 1,900 hours
Measurable cadence: 30-255 U / min
Measurable performance: 0 to 4096 watts
Accuracy Power Meter: +/- 0.5%
Data Transmission: Wireless
Standard: ANT +
bolt circle diameter : standard 130 mm
Translation: 53-39 teeth
Length crank arms: adjustable 150-190 mm
Q: 144.5 mm
Weight: 853G (without bottom bracket)
SRM Wireless PowerMeter 8
SRM crank unit
Practice Works chainrings
Matching bottom bracket are available separately in the shop!
Please follow the instructions for battery regulation