|Computers... Newb q's||Frith|
Jan 10, 2003 2:51 PM
|Ok I'm a computer programmer/cyclist who wants ask a bunch of cyclists/? a computer question. There's something beautifully ironic about that. |
-I understand that to get a cadence reading It can be a function of gearing and speed. Which doesn't account for coasting. What are some examples of this type of computer? flightdeck?
-I also understand that it's possible to get this reading from a sensor on the crank? With this set-up is it possible to get a gearing reading as a function of cadence and speed? I suppose not because different gearing combos offer the same or similar gear inches...so could you get a gear inch reading or something to that effect?
-Wireless... good? bad? finicky?
I guess to sum it all up... what computer has a cadence sensor and a speed sensor and is wireless and stable/accurate? Oh yeah and cheap?
|re: Computers... Newb q's||fracisco|
Jan 10, 2003 4:32 PM
|Speed, cadence, stable, and cheap - Cateye Astrale
Speed, cadence, stable, wireless, and cheap - no such thing
|so what if we take cheap out of the mix? (nm)||Frith|
Jan 11, 2003 4:00 PM
Jan 11, 2003 5:58 PM