STAGES CYCLING Power Meter Cannondale Si HG | Generation 2
STAGES CYCLING PowerMeter Cannondale Si HG | generation 2
The Stages Power Si HG Gen 2 is the power meter for all Cannondale BB30 drivers who are traveling with a Cannondale Si HG or SiSL2 crankset. The power meter is pre-mounted on a left HG Si crank and can after the correct crank length was chosen to be replaced very quickly and easily to the left crank arm of the existing crankset. A great advantage over other systems: it is not interfered in the vote of the wheel and the circuit. The second generation of the successful power meter now has an optimized housing. That means it is up to 28% thinner and 17% smaller than its predecessor. In addition, the new design enhances the connection between the battery cover and housing by 200%. This evolution makes the power meter not only aerodynamically but also more robust. Through active temperature control accurate power measurement of the Stages PowerMeter is ensured even with large temperature fluctuations. About the broadcast standard ANT + and Bluetooth Smart Stages of Power Meter with all ANT + compatible bike computers and the latest Smartphone models compatible. Firmware upgrades are fast through the wireless transmission to the power meter and easy to perform. The low additional weight of just 20 grams thrilled not only lightweight fans, also the performance of the wheel is hardly affected.
Power range: 0 to 2500 watts Accuracy: +/- 2 percent Cadence: via accelerometer Cadence range: 20-220 rpm Battery Life: 200+ hours (CR2032 button cell, without tools possible) Compatibility Crank: Cannondale Hollowgram Si and Hollowgram SiSL2 cranks axle type : BB30 / PF30 Transmission: ANT +, Bluetooth Smart Ready Software compatibility: Training Peaks, Strava, Garmin Training Center and other Length: 170, 172.5 or 175mm Color: Black
Weight: 175g (including power meter of the left crank arm.)
Delivery: 1x left crank arm + Stages Power Meter, 1x CR2032 battery, manual
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