Question about Sigma Sport Cycling
Posted by Anonymous on
Looks like that is a wired wheel sensor. Make sure the magnet lines up correctly with the wired sensor and is close enough to it. Also check for broken wires. If both those are OK and still no speed reading then the sensor is probably borked.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Hi, My sigma bc 1009 sts
Well, it IS wireless. Perhaps the distance or line-of-sight isn't right. As a test, hold the receiver in your hand and hold it closer to the spinning wheel transmitter.
Posted on Mar 31, 2011
SOURCE: Sigma wireless bicycle computer.
Did you throw the magnet on the crankarm? If not check the alignment of the transmitter and the magnet - sometimes they need to be quite close. Sometimes they just fail. I have seen instances where cadence worked and speed didn't and vice versa - so the unit is transmitting perfectly, but one of the sensors has gone bad.
Posted on Jun 24, 2011
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