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Calibration RealPower Wireless

To modify the calibration values in a correct way is necessary to record the resistance unit watts.

The three values are P1, P2 and P3 , and they have specific condition of speed and resistance applied by the roller to obtain the final wattage values.

To be able to do the calibration procedure as well, you need a Powermeter, a machine to record the power produced by the resistance unit.

On the market there are a lots, some example could be PowerTap, SRM or whatelse.

Please follow this procedure to obtain the values:
 

 - Be sure the software Real has been closed.
 - Power on the resistance unit .
 - Plug the Ethernet cable between resistance unit and the console ( the three leds should blinks three times ).

 - Put the Ergometer so the power generated by pedaling can be calculated.

( put the wheel with the Ergometer on the wheel hub, or install the Ergometer as described on the manual).

 - Then plug in the USB Key to the computer

 - Run "Console Wireless.exe" software ( you can download it on this link k Console Wireless.zip 

 - Press Button Connect ( Red square on the picture ).

 - Should appear the "Found on Com2 " message

 

 - Press Button "Open" ( Dark green square on the picture ).

 - Press Button "Start measure" ( Light Blue square on the picture ).

- Start pedaling and should see the values on the data table ( Purple square on the picture ).

- Begin the procedure writing the resistance value on the Black square on the picture, and pressing "SendRes" ( light green square on the picture )

P3 = write 0 and press SendRes ( try to stay at 40 km/h and when the value on the ergometer is quite stable, record the value of wattage you can see on the Powertap ).

- Press StopRes

P2 = write 3C and press SendRes ( try to stay at 30 km/h and when the value on the ergometer is quite stable, record the value of wattage you can see on the Powertap ).

- Press StopRes

P1 = write 64 and press SendRes ( try to stay at 20 km/h and when the value on the ergometer is quite stable, record the value of wattage you can see on the Powertap ).

 

 - At the end of this procedure include the three values you found (P1 P2 P3) as calibration values. ( Real -> Settings -> Calibration resistance unit ).

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