- Garmin GSC 10 Wireless Speed/Cadence Sensor
Garmin GSC 10 Wireless Speed/Cadence Sensor
Garmin GSC 10 Wireless Speed/Cadence Sensor
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Most cycle orientated Garmin GPS's have a speed and cadence feature, you will need this Garmin GSC10 Speed/Cadence Sensor to make use of this.
Top Features of the Garmin GSC 10 Wireless Speed/Cadence Sensor
- For use with Forerunner 405, 405CX, 310XT, 305, FR60, Edge 800, 705, 500, 305, Oregon series, Colorado series, Dakota 20, and Foretrex 401
|Heart Rate Monitor Compatible:||No|
Monitor your pedaling cadence as you ride with this self-calibrating, wireless speed/cadence sensor. It measures and reports your pedaling strokes per minute, providing feedback for optimal performance.
If using with a Colorado or Oregon Series the GSC10 will only report cadence.
About the Garmin brand
Garmin International Inc. manufactures and markets navigation and communications equipment for the aviation and consumer markets such as the popular Garmin Edge mountain bike and road bike GPS range. Garmin products serve aviation, marine, automotive, wireless, OEM, and general recreation applications.
Specifically Garmin aim to enrich the lives of customers, suppliers, distributors, and employees by providing the very best products that offer superior quality, safety, and operational features at affordable prices. What started out in 1989 with a handful of dedicated engineers and a great idea for a product has grown into the Global Positioning System (GPS) leader–both in sales and critical acclaim. Garmin has helped to take GPS to new heights by going beyond the ordinary features and performance found in typical GPS receivers.
Today, Garmin has a diverse product line and distributors in virtually every part of the world. While garmin's immediate success has resulted from developing innovative products for a variety of markets, their long-term success is based on commitment to support customers after the sale. They are winning over new customers with quality products, tremendous value, and superior service, and are working to turn them into loyal Garmin supporters for many years to come.
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https://buy.garmin.com/shop/shop.do?pID=1266 (see under 'Compatible Devices')
I use this device with my Garmin 500 on my Turbo Trainer along with the Heart rate monitor.
The Cadence sensor will enable you to get the following data from your static training.
Certainly worth the purchase, wouldnt be without mine now!
My Edge 705 will pick up the signal fron 3 or 4 metres away, once it's synced, it won't pick up interference form other devices.
According to the manual the main sensor has to be within 5mm of the wheel magnet so its got to go on the rear arm and wheel I would have said.
Remember as well as wheel speed (which is just trying to work out mph really) you have the cadence which is worked out by pedal speed. and that has to be within 5mm of the main sensor too.
I use mine on my turbo all the time.
Only need some scisors to trim off the excess zip tie.
"Monitor your pedaling cadence as you ride with this self-calibrating, wireless speed/cadence sensor. It measures and reports your pedaling strokes per minute, providing feedback for optimal performance."
Do you know if this unit also give speed?
You can either enter the circumference of the wheel in mm, or if you ride it outside, it will calibrate it from the GPS readings.
Colorado® 300, Colorado® 400c, Dakota® 20, Edge® 305, Edge® 500, Edge® 705, Edge® 800, Forerunner® 305, Forerunner® 310XT, Forerunner® 405, Forerunner® 405CX, Forerunner® 410, Forerunner® 610, Foretrex® 401, FR60, GPSMAP® 62, GPSMAP® 62s, Oregon® 300, Oregon® 400c, Oregon® 400t, Oregon® 450, Oregon® 450t, Oregon® 550
Direct from Garmin April 2011
Some units only utilise the cadences sensor and use GPS for speed
It works perfectly!!
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