I know how to change the number in the Vetta Innovator C-100 cycle computer but I don't know how to calculate the number to enter. My tire size is 26'' by 1.9''.

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Vetta uses circumference so yours would be 2055.

by the power of google:

http://www.vetta.com/Tech%20Support/DP/C-06.1_uk.pdf

hope this helps!

Posted on Jun 17, 2009

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

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Simple Google search for "vetta c-5 manual" yields instructions for calibration in the first result:

Setting:

https://www.sheldonbrown.com/cyclecomp_f.html

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Setting:

- Press the button to get to the "Odometer" mode (">>>" steady)
- Press and hold the button for 4 seconds to enter (m/hr)/(km/hr) setting mode.
- Press the button when the desired units are displayed. Calibration screen will appear.
- After 4 seconds the last digit will begin to flash and rotate change. Press the button when the desired digit is displayed.
- Repeat for remaining digits

https://www.sheldonbrown.com/cyclecomp_f.html

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Oct 17, 2017 | Vetta Cycling

Try this: http://www.livestrong.com/article/189600-bell-bike-computer-instructions/ Actually, the number entered is typically the circumference of the tire in millimeters. Check on of the videos at this link: calculate bike computer wheel number Google Search

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May 11, 2017 | Bell Cycling

Just get the manual and keep it for the next time you need it...

A simple web search for "Vetta RT288L manual" finds it.

A simple web search for "Vetta RT288L manual" finds it.

Sep 14, 2011 | Vetta RT288L

Try a web search for "vetta 80 manual download"

http://www.vetta.com/support/manual.aspx?type=cycling

http://www.vetta.com/support/manual.aspx?type=cycling

Aug 14, 2011 | Vetta Cycling

Get the manual...

http://www.vetta.com/support/manual.aspx?type=cycling computers

http://www.vetta.com/Tech%20Support/DP/v-50uk.pdf

http://www.vetta.com/support/manual.aspx?type=cycling computers

http://www.vetta.com/Tech%20Support/DP/v-50uk.pdf

Apr 17, 2011 | Vetta Cycling

The number the computer gives you in the initial reset is a 4 digit number (the one mine gave me was 2124) with the last digit flashing. Since I had a 26" tire, I had no clue what I was supposed to enter. I eventually googled a page that gave me the answer. The actual size of my tire is 26x1.90. Go to: http://sheldonbrown.com/cyclecomputer-calibration.html#ccc

According to this page, our Schwinn 12 function computer falls in column "F" and the 4 digit number I would use to replace the 2124 number computer initially gave me (with the "4" flashing) would be 2055. This number represents my bikes actual tire size in the corresponding column. I had tried 2045, since it was the closest number the chart in the owner's book gave, but the speeds and distance computed didn't seem like it reflected much accuracy.

However, doing the math by comparison of 26x1.75 and 26x2 sizes, I find the 2055 number to be exactly the right number for my size tire (26x1.90) as listed in group F. I guess if you have a metric sewing measuring tape, you could measure the circumference of your tire and come close to the desired number, since that is what it is supposed to represent.

Since the manual that came with the computer can be confusing, I recommend going to that page if your tire size is not represented in the chart Schwinn provided with the computer. There is also a lot of useful information about bicycle tires in the other pages of the link I provided, too. Good luck.

Victor

According to this page, our Schwinn 12 function computer falls in column "F" and the 4 digit number I would use to replace the 2124 number computer initially gave me (with the "4" flashing) would be 2055. This number represents my bikes actual tire size in the corresponding column. I had tried 2045, since it was the closest number the chart in the owner's book gave, but the speeds and distance computed didn't seem like it reflected much accuracy.

However, doing the math by comparison of 26x1.75 and 26x2 sizes, I find the 2055 number to be exactly the right number for my size tire (26x1.90) as listed in group F. I guess if you have a metric sewing measuring tape, you could measure the circumference of your tire and come close to the desired number, since that is what it is supposed to represent.

Since the manual that came with the computer can be confusing, I recommend going to that page if your tire size is not represented in the chart Schwinn provided with the computer. There is also a lot of useful information about bicycle tires in the other pages of the link I provided, too. Good luck.

Victor

Jun 07, 2009 | Pacific Cycle Baby Gear

Push the MODE button until ODO appear on the readout. Press and hold the SET key for two seconds and the calibration setting will appear. Press the SET key to advance to the desired digit, then press the MODE key to advance to the desired number.

May 10, 2009 | Cycling

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