ATS, speed, and wireless transmission

MySpeedy records the speed using the analog transmission system (ATS) transmitter, which wirelessly transmits the data to the computer.

The analog symbol is transmitted in encrypted format to eliminate cross talk, and has a transmission range of up to 70 centimeters. Attachment via cable ties, an O-ring or a strap is simple.

The transmitter itself features a highly flexible rubber base, which fits on any fork.

ATS

Shipping

Shipping Mode

To conserve the battery, the MySpeedy comes in shipping mode. The display is off and does not respond to movement or the button being pressed. The device must be woken from shipping mode before its initial use. To do this, press and hold the Set button on the back for about five seconds. The settings menu will then appear.

Transport Mode

If the sensor has detected motion five times but not recorded a wheel rotation, the computer switches into transport mode. This status is easily identifiable by the animated car that appears on the display. Once in transport mode, the MySpeedy must be switched back to active mode by pressing the Mode button.

Long battery life

battery

The MySpeedy’s battery life is over four years with average usage of one hour a day. The head and transmitter come with a conventional standard CR2032 battery.

Watertight

Watertight

After all, it goes without saying that, like all other SIGMA bike computers, the MySpeedy is waterproof.