Altitude correction during transportation

The MC 2.0 has a transport function, which corrects the current altitude automatically, when the MC 2.0 is for instance transported in the car (for this the MC 2.0 must be in the handlebar bracket).

Select home altitude

Via the short-cut button

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the home altitude can be selected or the current altitude adjusted directly.

  • Two selectable home altitudes
  • Current altitude can be set in meters or sea level pressure

 

The new MC 2.0 makes altitude measurements both UPHILL and DOWNHILL.

All altitude functions are on the button “ALTI”. The functions are accessed by pressing the button sequentially.

All altitude functions

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  • Uphill altitude difference, for current trip
    In the submenu:
    – Uphill altitude difference total bike 1 / bike 2
    – Uphill altitude difference total (bike 1 + bike 2)
  • Maximum altitude of a trip
    In the submenu:
    – Maximum altitude of all trips with bike 1 / bike 2
  • Average ascending gradient of a trip, in percentage
  • Maximum ascending gradient, in percentage
  • Downhill altitude difference, for current trip
    In the submenu:
    – Downhill altitude difference total for bike 1 / bike 2
    – Downhill altitude difference total (bike 1 + bike 2)
  • Average descending gradient of a trip, in percentage
  • Maximum descending gradient of a trip, in percentage

In addition, permanently shown in the display:

  • Current altitude
  • Current gradient uphill / downhill
  • Current temperature

 

Two configurable start altitudes

 

The MC 2.0 can use two different start altitudes. For example, one start altitude can be the home start altitude. The second start altitude could be the start altitude on holiday. If these start altitudes have been set, recalibration before starting the next trip is quick and easy.

More on 'recalibration'.

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