Bryton – Aero 60 – User Manual

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User`s ManualTable of Contents 2
Table of Contents
Getting Started …………….. 4
Your Aero 60 ………………………….. 4
Accessories …………………………….. 5
Status Icons ……………………………. 5
Step 1: Charge Your Aero 60 …… 5
Step 2: Turn On Aero 60 ………….. 6
Step 3: Initial Setup ………………… 6
Step 4: Acquire Satellite
Signals ……………………………………. 6
Step 5: Ride Your Bike with
Aero 60 ………………………………….. 7
Reboot Aero 60 ……………………… 7
Share Your Records ……………….. 8
Sync Data to
Bryton Mobile App …………………. 9
Bryton Update Tool ………………. 12
View History ……………….. 15
Follow Track ……………….. 18
View Exercise/Training Record.. 15
Delete History ……………………….. 17
Create Track ………………………….. 18
View/Delete Track …………………. 19
Settings ………………………. 20
Data Page …………………………….. 20
Smart Lap …………………………….. 22
Set Alert ……………………………….. 23
Smart Pause …………………………. 23
Data Record ………………………….. 24
GPS System …………………………… 25
Change System Settings ………… 26
Bluetooth ……………………………… 29
Cogure Auto Scroll ……………… 30
Enable File Saving Mode ………. 30
Start Reminder ……………………… 31
View Memory Usage ……………… 31
Reset Data …………………………… 32
View Firmware Version …………. 32
ANT+ / BLE Sensors ……………….. 33
Altitude ………………………………… 35
Personalize User Prole ………… 36
Personalize Bike Prole …………. 37
Wireless Local Area
Network(WLAN) ……………………. 39
Bryton App
Advanced Settings ………..40
Grid Setting …………………………. 40
Altitude Calibration ………………. 41
Notications …………………………. 42
Appendix ……………………..43
Specications ………………………. 43
Battery Information ………………. 44
Install Aero 60 ……………………… 46
Install Speed/Cadence/
Dual Sensor (Optional) ………….. 47
Install Heart Rate Belt
(Optional) ……………………………. 48
Wheel Size and
Circumference ………………………. 49
Basic Care For
Your Aero 60 ………………………. 50
Data Fields ……………………………. 51
Train & Test ………………… 13
Training Plan…………………………. 13
My Workout ………………………….. 14
Bryton Test……………………………. 14WARNING
Always consult your physician before you begin any training. Please read the details in Warranty and
Safety Information guide in the package.
Australian Consumer Law
Our goods come with guarantees that can not be excluded under the New Zealand and
Australian Consumer Laws. You are entitled to a replacement or refund for a major failure
and for compensation for any other reasonably foreseeable loss or damage. You are also
entitled to have the goods repaired or replaced if the goods fail to be of acceptable quality
and the failure does not amount to a major failure.
Video Tutorial
For a step-by-step demonstration of device and Bryton Mobile App, please scan QR code below to
check Bryton Video Tutorials.
https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLQuQd-qebKIJhMATlefVMdecblWZtGmXfY our Aero 60
Getting Started
This section will guide you through the basic preparations before you start using your Aero 60 .
Aero 60 is equipped with barometer which shows the real time altitude.
NOTE: To adjust the altitude settings on Aero 60 , refer to page 29 .
BACK ( )
B
A
D C
A
B
F
G
E
Getting Started 4
PAGE ( )
UP ( )
In Cycling mode, press to switch meter screen
pages.

In Menu, press to scroll up the menu options.
In Follow Track mode, press to zoom in on
the device map.


In Menu, press to scroll down the menu
options.
In Follow Track mode, press to zoom out
on the device map.
In Meter view, long press to enter into
Shortcut Menu.


OK/LAP ( )
Press to turn the device on.
Long Press to turn the device o.


• In Menu, press to enter submenu
or conrm a selection.
• In Cycling mode, press to start
recording.
• When recording, press to mark
the lap.
• In Cycling mode, press to enter Menu page.
• In Menu, press to return to the previous
page or cancel an operation.
• When recording, press to pause recording.
• Press again to stop recording while
paused.
POWER ( )
C
Press to turn on/o the backlight while the
device is on.

BACKLIGHT ( )
D
DOWN ( )
E
F
GENGLIH
Accessories
USB cable • Aero mount •
Optional items:
Smart Heart Rate Sensor • Smart Speed Sensor •
Smart Cadence Sensor •
Status Icons
Icon Description Icon Description
Bike Type
Heart Rate Sensor is active
Bike 1 Cadence Sensor is active
Bike 2 Speed Sensor is active
GPS Signal Status
Dual Sensor is active
Weak signal Log Record in progress
Strong signal R
Power Meter is active
ecording is paused
Power Status
Full battery
/
Half battery
Low battery
NOTE: Only the active icons are displayed on the screen.

• Smart Speed/Cadence Dual Sensor
Current speed is faster/slower
than average speed.
/
The Aero 60 comes with the following accessories:
1
2
Getting Started 5Step 1: Charge your Aero 60
Connect Aero 60 to a PC to charge the battery for at least 4 hours.
Unplug the device when it is fully charged.
Step 2: Turn On Aero 60
Press to turn on the device.
Step 3: Initial Setup
When turning Aero 60 on for the rst time, you will need to follow on screen instructions to
complete setup.
1. Select the display language.
2. Select the unit of measurement.
• You may see a white screen when the battery is really low. Keep the device plugged for
several minutes, it will automatically turn-on after battery is properly charged.
• The temperature suitable for charging battery is 0
o
C ~ 40
o
C. Beyond this temperature range,
charging will be terminated and the device will draw power from battery.
NOTE: Only when you choose English for the display language, you will need to select the
unit of measurement. Otherwise, default would be metric unit.
Getting Started 6Step 4: Acquire Satellite Signals
Once the Aero 60 is turned on, it will automatically search for satellite signals. It may take
30 to 60 seconds to acquire signals. Please make sure you acquire the satellite signal for the
The GPS signal icon ( /
icon appears on the screen.
Tunnels Inside rooms,
building, or
underground
Under water High-voltage
wires or
television
towers
Construction
sites and heavy
Step 5: Ride Y our Bike with Aero 60
Free ride: •
In meter view, measurement starts and stops automatically in sync with the movement
of the bicycle.
Start an exercise and record your data: •
In meter view, press to start recording, press to pause, press again to stop.
Reboot Aero 60
To reboot the Aero 60 , press four keys ( / / / ) at the same time.
NOTE: If you continue to proceed without pressing to record, Aero 60 would pop
up a reminder to ask you to record when motion of bike is detected. To set the
frequency of start reminder, please go to page 31.

NOTE: To improve the GPS accuracy, you can set 1 sec mode as your recording
frequency ( page 24 ) and update GPS regularly by using Bryton Update Tool
( page 12 ) to update GPS data.
Getting Started 7Share Y our Records Share Y our Records
Share Your Tracks to Strava.com
1. Sign up/log in on Strava.com
a. Go to https://www.strava.com
a. Click “+” on the top right corner of Strava page and then click “File”.
c. Enter information about your activities and then click “Save & View”.
b. Register a new account or use your current Strava account to log in.
2. Connect to PC
3. Share Your Records
Turn on your Aero 60 and connect it to your computer by USB cable.
Upload Y our Tracks to Brytonactive.com
1. Sign up/log in Brytonactive.com
a. Go to https://active.brytonsport.com.
b. Register a new account or use your current account to log in.
2. Connect to PC
Turn on your Aero 60 and connect it to your computer by USB cable.
3. Share Your Records
a. Click “+” on the upper right corner.
c. Click “Activities” to check uploaded tracks.
Getting Started 8Launch Bryton Mobile App
Scan below QR Code to download Bryton App or you can go to Google Play for android/App Store
for iOS to search Bryton App and download it.

http://download.brytonsport.com/inst.html
1. Download Bryton Mobile App
2. Sign up Bryton Mobile App
a. Launch Bryton Mobile App.
b. Register a new account.
Sync Data to/from Bryton Mobile App
NOTE: Bryton Mobile App syncs with Brytonactive.com. If you already have brytonactive.com
account, please use the same account to log in to Bryton Mobile App and vice versa.
Getting Started 9

Note: UUID is the 16 digit number on the back of the device.
Each device has its own unique UUID.
And each UUID can only be added to one
Bryton account.

Note:
UUID
0000000000000000
or
Note: To learn how to remove UUID, please click below link:
HOW TO remove UUID from Bryton App

Pair Your Device with Bryton Mobile App
Getting Started 10
With access to the intenet, your Aero computer automatically updates GPS data, uploads
recorded tracks, downloads planned trips from app server and checks for available rmware
update. To sync data correcttly from/to your device, it is required to add your device UUID (16
digit number on the back of the device) to your Bryton account before syncing data for the
rst time.
a. After logging in on Bryton App, Device
Manager page pops up (or go to Set-
tings>User Settings>Device Manager>+).
Select WLAN and Scan Now.
b. Scan QR Code on device securing
plastic packaging or scan QR code in
device Settings>UUID.
c. If “Successfully added!” message
pops up on the Bryton App, it means you
have successfully added your device
UUID to your Bryton account. Select
Finish to complete pairing.
d. If pairing fails, select Retry to scan
again or enter 16 digit UUID number on
the back of your device manually.
Aero60, Rider530, Rider330
UUID
0000000000000000
0000000000000000Connect To A Network
It is required to set up a connection to a network before syncing data.
First of all, the device will start to update GPS data in your device. Then, if you have planned
trips or workouts in Bryton App, it will download the planned trips and planned workouts.
Thirdly, it will upload your tracks to Bryton App. Last, if there is a new rmware update, it will
pops up a message to ask your permission to update rmware. Select YES to update it.
After completing data sync, you will see a summary of the syncing data.
Data Sync
To perform Data Sync, please make sure your device UUID is successfully added to your
Bryton App account and connected to a wireless network; then, just let your device smartly
guide you through the syncing process.
Download trips
4 of 5
Upload tracks
3 of 6
1 of 1
Firmware update Summary
Yes
Firmware update
available.
Download?
GPS update
Firmware update
v
v
v
v
5/5
1/1
6/6
trips
tracks
Note:
Note: If an “AP/Password Incorrect” message pops up, it means your saved network is not
available or your password of saved network has been changed. Please go to page 39 :
Wireless Local Area Network (WLAN) to learn how to set up a new network connection.
Firmware updates usually take longer to download and install, select NO
if you prefer to update it on your next sync.
For video instruction of Data Sync, please click below link.
HOW TO Data Sync via WiFi with Bryton Rider 530/330/450/Aero 60
GPS update
Connect

My Hotspot
Sweet Home
Bryton
1. In Main menu, press to select Data Sync
and press .

2. Press
or hotspot and press .
/ to choose one available network
3. Press to enter password and choose
password.
/
4. A “Connected. Please press any button to exit.”
message pops up. Press any button to start
syncing data.


Getting Started 11
Workout download
2 of 4View History
You can veiw exercise record on your device right after your ride, and delete any unwanted
record to gain more storage.
View Exercise/Training Record
To view workout summary:
1. In the main screen, press to select
View History > View and press .
2.
3. Select Summary and press to view
workout summary.
Press to select an activity history from
the list and press to enter.
NOTE: e d i r r u o y l l a f o k c a r t p e e k o t o brytonactive.com t y r o t s i h r u o y d a o l p u o s l a n a c u o Y
data.
Summary
To view detail workout:
1. In the main screen, press to select
View History > View and press .
2.
3. Select Detail and press to view
detail workout.
Press to select an activity history from
the list and press to enter.
Detail
Detail
Time
Distance
Speed
Altitude
AvgSpd
Alt. Gain
Alt. Loss
MaxSpd
Distance
Trip Time
Ride TIme
04:50:38
04:12:26
78 km
18.9 km/h
38 km/h
2201 m
400 m
Aero 60 provides graphical track summary, detail workout data , lap data and graphical
analysis for you to have a better idea of your workout performance.
View History 15To view lap data:
1. In the main screen, press to select
View History > View and press .

2.
3. Select Lap and press to view lap data.
Press to select an activity history from
the list and press to enter.
Lap
Time Dist. Lap Speed
Lap
1 10.0
16.4 36:25
38:10
40:05
38:43
39:17
40:15
39:05
20:38
15.7
14.9
15.4
15.2
14.9
15.3
29.0
10.0
10.0
10.0
10.0
10.0
10.0
08.0
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
To view graphical analysis.
Analysis
1. In the main screen, press to select View History > View and press .
Heart Rate
180
120
60
0
21.7
Speed
45
30
15
0
21.7
Cadence
150
100
50
0
21.7
Power
540
360
180
0
21.7
Altitude
133
21.7
2.
3. Select
4. Press to view analysis of Altitude, Speed, Heart Rate, Cadence and Power.
Analysis and press to start viewing graphical analysis.
Press to select an activity history from the list and press to enter.
View History 16Delete History
View History 17
To delete your history:
1. In the main screen, press to select
View History > Delete and press .
2. Press to select an activity history from
the list and press to delete the
selected history.
3. A “ Do you want to delete? ” message appears
on the screen. To delete the data, press /
to select Y es and press
View
2016/06/06 14:28
22.8km 0345:04
2016/06/06 14:54
20.2km 0345:35
2016/06/06 14556
15.6km 0344:51
2016/05/28 15:30
10.2km 00:32:45

Do you
want to
delete ?
YesFollow Track
Aero 60 provides 3 ways for you to create tracks: 1. Plan trips via Bryton App. 2. Use
previous rides from History. 3. Download .gpx tracks online. With turn by turn guidance
Plan Trips via Bryton App
From Device History

1. On Bryton App, tap Plan Trip to enter. To plan trip,
simply put pins on desired locations by tapping
on the map or tap and enter locations in the
slide menu.
4.
2.
Download the planned trips to the device via
Data Sync.
Tap “ ” and edit the name of your trips.
5. In the device Main Menu, select Follow Track
> View and select the planned trip and press
to start following the track.

1. In the Main Menu, select View History > View
and press to select the desired tracks and
press to confrim selection.
3. Enter a name of the track and select “ ” and
press to save it.
4. Press to be back to the Main Menu.
Note: Please refer to page 9-11 to learn how to download planned trips via Data Sync.

Note: Turn by turn gudiance function only supports trips planned by Bryton App.
View
Summary
Detail
Lap
Analysis
Create track
5. In Main Menu, select Follow Track > View
and select the saved track and press
to start following the track.

Create Track
3. Tap Upload to upload planned trips to server.
Follow Track 18
2. Press to select Create track.From 3rd Party Websites

1.
2. Use USB cable to connect the device to your
computer.
3.
them to the ExtraFiles folder of the device.
4. Remove USB cable.

5.
Note:
View/Delete Track
You can veiw and delete your tracks.

View Tracks:
1. In Main Menu, press to select
Follow

Track>View and press .

View
Delete
Delete All
Follow Track
2. Press to select the track and press
to view the track.

In the device Main Menu, select Follow Track
> View and select the planned trip and press
to start following the track.

Delete Your Tracks:
1. In the Main Menu, press to select Follow
Track >Delete and press .

2. Press to choose the track and press .
A message “Do you want to delete?” pops up.
Press / to select Yes and press .

3.
Yellowstone
Great River
Glacier
Al to New Orleans
Delete
Do you want
to delete?
Follow Track 19Settings
In Settings, you can customize Exercises settings, GPS system, General settings, Sensor settings,
Altitude, Bike and User prole.
Exercises
GPS System
General
Sensors
Settings
1. In the main screen, press to select Settings.
2. Press to enter the Settings menu.
Ride Time
Time
Sunset
Time
Speed Distance
Data Page
Data Page
You can set the display settings for the Meter and Lap or you can customize data page via
Bryton Mobile App. Please refer to page 40 to learn how to do it.
Meter Display
3-grid display
Item selection

1. In the Settings menu, press to enter Exercises and press again to enter Data Page.
2. Press to enter Data Page and change Auto to Manual and press to conrm selection.
3. Press to select Data Page and press to enter.
4. Press / to select Data Page 1, Data Page 2, Data Page 3, Data Page 4 or Data Page 5 and press
to enter the selected page.
5. Press / to select the number of Data Fields you need and press to conrm.
6. Press / to select the data you would like to make change and press to conrm.
7. Press / to select the desired Category and press to conrm.
8. Press / to select the desired data and press to conrm.
9. Press to exit this menu.
Settings 20NOTE:
selection.
2-grid display 3-grid display
Lap Display
1. In the Settings menu, press to enter
Exercises > Data Page.
2. Press and then to enter Lap.
3. Press to enter Data Fields.
4. Press / to select the number of Data Fields.
and press to conrm selection.
5. Press / to select the data you would like to
make change and press to conrm.
6. Press / to select the desired Category and
press to conrm.
7. Press / to select the desired data and press
to conrm.
8. Press to exit this menu.

Cycle Lap
Data Page 1
On
On
Data Page 2
NOTE: If Data Page is set to Auto, Aero 60 will automatically adjust its data eld
display when detecting the paired sensors.
Settings 21Smart Lap
With Smart Lap feature, you can use your device to automatically mark the lap at a specic
location or after you have traveled a specic distance.
Lap by Location
By Location
Use current
location as
Lap
Yes
1. In the Settings menu, press to enter Exercises.
Press and then to select Samrt Lap.
2. Press to enter editing menu. Press /
to select Location and press to conrm.
3. A “ Use current location as Lap” message pops up
on the screen. Press to conrm this setting.
4. Press to exit this menu.

NOTE: If the GPS signal is not xed, a “No GPS Signal. Searching GPS, please wait” message
appears on the screen. Check if GPS is on and make sure you step outside to acquire signal.
Lap by Distance
By Distance
KM
10.0
1. In the Settings menu, press to enter Exercises.
Press and then to select Samrt Lap.
2. Press to enter editing menu. Press /
to select Distance and press to conrm.
3. Press / to select your desired distance and
press to conrm.
4. Press to exit this menu.

Settings 22Set Alert
With the Alert feature, the device displays a message to notify you if:

you exceed or drop below a custom speed setting during your ride. •

arm per minute (rpm).
you reach a certain amount of distance for the long workouts. •
you reach a certain amount of time for the long workouts. •
1. In the Settings menu, press to enter Exercises.
Press and then to select Alert.
2. Press to enter editing menu. Press /
to select Time, Distance, Speed, HR or Cadence
and press to congure the necessary settings.
3. Press / to select your desired setting and
press to conrm.
4. Press to exit this menu.
Alert
Time
Smart Pause
this can really impact your recorded data. When the function is activated, the time and
distance will automatically pause once you stop moving and resume once you start riding to
Smart Pause
Enable
Yes
1. In the Settings menu, press to enter Exercises.
Press and then to select Smart Pause.
2. Press to enter submenu and press to
select Yes and press to conrm.
3. Press to exit this menu.
Settings 231. In the Settings menu, press to enter Exercises.
Press and then press to select Data Record.
2. Press to enter ODO Setup and press / to
select desired setting and press to conrm.
3. Press to exit this menu.
Data Record
With Data Record function, you can set your odometer and activate 1 second mode to get
more accurate data.
Set ODO
ODO Setup
ODO Setup
Recording
1 Sec mode
All
Enable 1sec Mode
l l A : E T O N means the odometer would show the cumulative distance of all trips;
Recorded would only show the cumulative distance of recorded trips.
NOTE: If you would like to reset ODO, please refer to page 38: Reset ODO.
Recording
1 sec mode
1. In the Settings menu, press to enter Exercises.
Press and then press to select Data Record.
2. Press and then press to enter Recording.
3. Press / to select 1 sec mode and press
to conrm.
4. Press to exit this menu.
Settings 24This setting allows you to switch between dierent satellite navigation systems to suit you best.
Aero 60 has full GNSS (Global Navigation Satellite System) support including GPS , GLONASS
(Russia), BDS (China), QZSS (Japan) and Galileo (EU). You can select the suitable GPS Mode according
to your location to enhance accuracy or suit your needs.
GPS System
Choose Dierent Satellite Navigation System
GPS+Beidou
GPS Mode
GPS+Glonass
GPS Mode
GPS+Gal+QZ
GPS Mode
Power Save
GPS Mode
Off
GPS Mode
1. In the Settings menu, press and then press to select GPS System.
2. Press to enter GPS Mode.
3. In the GPS Mode menu, pressto select the desired
GPS mode and pressto conrm.
• GPS+Beidou : GPS + BeiDou Navigation Satellite System.
By April 2018, BeiDou is oering service in the Asia-Pacic region. Choose this combination
if you’re in this region for best accuracy.
• GPS+Glonass : GPS + GLONASS Navigation Satellite System.
Glonass is the second navigational system working with global coverage and
of comparable precision. Choose this combination if you’re in NON Asia-Pacic region for
best accuracy.
• GPS+Gal+QZ : GPS+Galileo+QZSS Navigation Satellite System.
Consume less power than the two selection above, with sucient accuracy for normal use.
• Power Save : Trade-o accuracy to achieve maximum battery life. Use this mode in
open sky.
• O : Turn-o GPS function. Choose this to save power when GPS signal is not
available, or when GPS information is not required (such as indoor use).
4. Press to exit this menu.

NOTE:
• Enabling either GLONASS or BDS also activates GPS, QZSS and Galileo satellite navigation system
• To view step by step tutorial video, please click How To Change GPS System.
Settings 25Bryton Update Tool
Getting Started 12
Note: GPS data and new rmware version can also be updated via Data Sync function.
Please refer to page 9-11 : Sync Data to/from Bryton Mobile App.
Bryton Update Tool is the tool for you to update GPS data, rmware, download Bryton Test and
maps for multiple regions.
1. Go to http://www.brytonsport.com/#/supportResult?tag=BrytonTool and download
Bryton Update Tool.
2. Follow the on-screen instructions to install Bryton Update Tool.
Update GPS Data
The newer GPS data can speed up the GPS acquisition. We higly recommend you to update GPS
data for every 1-2 weeks.
Update Firmware
Bryton releases a new rmware version on irregular basis to add new functions or correct bugs for
better and more stable performance. It is recommended that you update rmware once new
rmware available. Firmware updates usually take longer to download and install. Do not remove
USB cable during rmware updating.

Download Bryton Test
Bryton Test has preloaded on Aero 60. If you don`t have it on your device, please download it
from Bryton Update Tool.
Download Map
Aero 60 preloads maps for multiple regions, including Argentina, Australie, Brazil, Colombia,
Europe, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Singapore, Brunei, North America, New Zealand, the Philippines,
Thailand, Taiwan and South Africa. If the region you need is not already pre-loaded, it can be
downloaded from the Bryton Update Tool. Train & Test
1. In the main screen, press to select
Train&Test.
2. Press to enter the Training menu.
09:30 08/08
Cycling
Train & Test
Follow Track
View History
Settings
Data Sync
Note: Before setting workouts, please make sure you have input your personal information
into user prole. Please refer to page 36: Personalize User Prole to learn how to change it.
Bicycling is one of the best types of exercise for your body. It helps you to burn calories,
lose weight, and increase your overall tness. With Aero 60 Training feature, you can train
yourself with personalized custom workout plans to have the best training routine.
Structured workouts that you planned on Bryton Active, Bryton Mobile App or TrainingPeaks can
be synced to Aero 60.
Create a Training Plan in Bryton Active
You can set simple or interval workouts by entering your time or distance goals.
1. Sign up/log in Brytonactive.com
a. Go to https://active.brytonsport.com.
b. Register a new account or use your current account to log in.
2. Select Training

3. Add a Training Plan
Click “+ Add” to create a training plan.
4. Name Your Training Plan
Click “ ” to edit the name of your training plan.
5. Edit Your Training Plan
Select interval types (Warm Up, Work, Recovery, Cool Down, Interval) and set the duration
(Distance, Time) and goal (FTP, MAP, MHR, LTHR, Speed, Cadence ) for each interval type.
6. Save and Download Your Training Plan
Click “Save” to save your training plan and use Data Sync function to download the training plan.
Training Plan
1
Note: Please refer to page 9 -11 to learn how to download Training Plans via Data Sync.

Train & Test 13My Workout
View
Delete
Delete All
View
Delete
Delete All
My Workout
Bryton Test
My Workout
Train & Test
Bryton Test
NOTE:
Start
NOTE:
will be changed accordingly.
Bryton Test has preloaded on Aero 60. If you don`t have it on your device, please download it
from Bryton Update Tool. Bryton Test includes two test courses to help you measuring your
MHR, LTHR, FTP and MAP. Knowing your MHR, LTHR, FTP and MAP gives you a benchmark of
your overall eciency. It also helps you to judge progress over time and measure your exercise
intensity.
and press to enter Training menu.
With My Workout feature, you can start your workout using the training plan that you
have created in Bryton Active/ Bryton Mobile App and TrainingPeaks.
Train & Test 14Change System Settings
sound,
time/unit , on-screen display language.
Key Tone
Backlight Off
Auto
Key Tone
On
1. In the Settings menu, press and then press
to select General.
2. Press to enter System.
3. Press to enter Backlight O.
4. Press / to select desired setting and press
to conrm.
5. Press to exit this menu.

1. In the Settings menu, press and then press
to select General.
2. Press to enter System.
3. Press to select Key Tone and press to confrim.
4. Press / to select desired setting and press
to conrm.
5. Press to exit this menu.

Settings 26Sound
Time/Unit
Sound
On
Daylight Save Date format Time format Unit
+0:00 dd/mm/yyyy 24hr KM,KG
Dlight Save Date Format Time Format Unit
Temperature
˚C
Temperature
1. In the Settings menu, press and then press
to select General.
2. Press to enter System.
3. Press to select Sound and press to conrm.
4. Press / to select desired setting and press
to conrm.
5. Press to exit this menu.

1. In the Settings menu, press and then press
to select General.
2. Press to enter System.
3. Press to select Time/Unit and press to conrm.
4. Press / to select setting you would like to edit and
press to conrm.
5. Press / to select the desired setting/format and
press to conrm.
6. Press to exit this menu.

Settings 27Language
Language
English
Deutsch
Français
1. In the Settings menu, press and then press
to select General.
2. Press to enter System.
3. Press to select Contrast and press to conrm.
4. Press / to adjust desired contrast.
6. Press to exit this menu.

1. In the Settings menu, press and then press
to select General.
2. Press to enter System.
3. Press to select Language and press to conrm.
4. Press / to select desired language and press
to conrm.
5. Press to exit this menu.

Contrast
Contrast
You can adjust contrast on your device.
Settings 28Bluetooth
Before pairing Aero 60 with your bluetooth enabled mobile phone, make sure
the bluetooth function of your mobile phone and Aero 60 is turned on.
Enable Bluetooth
Enable
On
1. In the Settings menu, press and then press
to select General.
2. Press to select Bluetooth and press to conrm.
3. Press / to turn on/o bluetooth.
4. Press to exit this menu.

Settings 29• Auto scroll: enable/disable the auto switch.
• Interval: set the interval time.
Auto Scroll
Auto Scroll
On
5 sec
Interval
When the feature is enabled, the device will automatically switch pages at the preset time.
Enable File Saving Mode
When the feature is enabled, the device will automatically overwrite from your oldest
records when memory storage is full.
Overwrite
On
1. In the Settings menu, press and then press
to select General.
2. Press to select Auto Scroll and press to conrm.
3. Press to select the setting that you want to change and
press to enter its submenu.

4. Press to exit this menu.

1. In the Settings menu, press and then press
to select General.
2. Press to select File Saving and press to conrm.
3. Press to select “On” to enable device to overwrite history.
4. Press to exit this menu.

Settings 30Start Reminder
When Aero 60 detects the motion of your bike, it would pop up a reminder to ask you if
you would like to record or not. You can set the frequency of start reminder.
View Memory Usage
View the storage status of the device.
Start Remind
Once
General
Memory%
7%
Once
Start Remind
Data Reset
1. In the Settings menu, press and then press
to select General.
2. Press to select Start Remind and press to conrm.
3. Press / to select the desired setting and
press to conrm.
4. Press to exit this menu.

1. In the Settings menu, press and then press
to select General.
2. Press to select Memory and press to conrm.
The storage status is displayed on the screen.
3. Press to exit this menu.

Settings 31View Firmware Version
You can view your device current rmware version.
Reset Data
You can restore your Aero 60 to factory settings.
General
Data Reset
Once
Perform
factory
reset ?
Yes
NOTE: Factory reset operation will restore device to factory default settings. In addition to
deleting all the tracks, it will also delete pre-paired sensors but will not remove UUID from
the account you added in.
To remove UUID, please click below link for video instruction.
HOW TO remove UUID from Bryton app
1. In the Settings menu, press and then press
to select General.
2. Press to select Data Reset and press to conrm.
3. Press / to select “YES” and press to
conrm factory reset.
4. Press to exit this menu.

1. In the Settings menu, press and then press to select General.
2. Press to select About and press to conrm.
Current rmware version is displayed on the screen.
3. Press to exit this menu.

Settings 32ANT+/ BLE Sensors
Aero 60 is compatible with both ANT+ and BLE sensors. You can customize the respective
sensor settings such as rescan the sensor to pair with your device or enable/disable the function.
Heart Rate
Status: Set
ID XXXXXXXXX
Type: ANT+
More
ANT+ Sensors BLE Sensors
Settings
Exercises
UUID
General
Sensor
Sensors
Heart Rate
Speed
Cadence
Speed/CAD
Power
Di2
Heart Rate
Status: Off
ID:
More
Heart Rate
Rescan
Heart Rate
Status: Set
Bryton HR XXXX
Type: BT
More
> >
>
or
1. In the Settings menu, press to select Sensor and press to conrm.
2. Press to select Heart Rate, Speed, Cadence, Speed/CAD or Power Meter and press
to conrm selection.
3. To pair sensors with your device, please have Bryton Smart Sensors installed rst, and then wear
heart rate sensor or rotate crank and wheel a few times to wake Bryton Smart Sensors up.
4. Press to enter submenu. Press to select desired setting and press to conrm.
Rescan: rescan to detect the sensor for pairing with your device.
Turn on / Turn o : enable / disable the sensor.
5. Press to exit this menu.
Settings 33
*Aero 60 is currently compatible with ANT+ power sensor.NOTE:
When the heart rate monitor is paired, the heart rate icon appears on the main screen.
When cadence sensor is paired, the cadence sensor icon appears on the main screen.
While pairing your speed/cadence sensor/the heart rate belt and power meter, please
make sure there is no other cadence/speed sensor/power meter within 5m.
NOTE:
Aero 60 provides 2 bike p les. Each pro le has its respective sensor setting. Simply
activate the bike you choose you ride in Bike Profile setting and you are ready to go.
Please refer to page 37 to learn how to activate the bike.
Bryton smart sensors can only be paired when they are awake, or they would go back to
sleep to preserve power.
After pairing, your Bryton devices automatically connect to Bryton Smart Sensors each time
when the sensors are awake.
Please refer to page 47-48 for sensors installation.
Settings 34
Di2 Remote Control
Aero 60 is integrated with Shimano Di2 D-y electronic shifting system. After simple setup,
you can enjoy the convenience of remotely controlling Aero 60 via pressing Di2 shift levers.
Before setting, please make sure Aero 60 is paired with compatbile Di2 D-y.
Remote Setup
1. In the Settings menu, press to select
Sensors> Di2 and press .
2. Press to enter More menu.
Press to select Remote Setup

3. Press to select desired option to
change the setting and press .
Press to select desired button and
above steps until buttons on top of shift are

4. Press to exit this menu.
/
/
Note:
electronic shifting system and compatible Shimano Di2 shift levers with hidden buttons
on your bike.Altitude
You can set the altitude setting for the current location and four other locations.
Current Altitude
Altitude
M
31
Note: The value of altitude on the meter mode will be changed once current altitude
is adjusted.
Note: Current Altitude can also be adjusted via Bryton Mobile App. Please go to page 41
tollearn how to calibrate altitude.
Other Location Altitude
Location 1
Altitude
10m
Calibrate
1. In the Settings menu, press and then press
to select Altitude.
2. Press to enter Altitude.
3. Press / to adjust value of current altitude and press
to conrm.
4. Press to exit this menu.

With other locations altitude setting, you can save a value of altitude of your planned location,
and do calibration once you are in the appointed position.
1. In the Settings menu, press and then press
to select Altitude.
2. Press to select Location 1, Location 2, Location 3,
Location 4 or Location 5 and press to enter.
3. To set altitude of the location, press to enter Altitude.
4. Press / to adjust value of altitude and press to save.
5. To calibrate the set altitude, press to select Calibrate and
press to conrm.

6. Press to exit this menu.

Settings 35You can change your personal information.
User
Gender
Birthday
Male
1982/01/01
Height
177 cm
NOTE:
1. In the Settings menu, press and then press
to select Prole.
2. Press to enter User Prole. A message of
“Input correct prole as it might aect analysis.”
pops up. Press to conrm after reading message.
3. Press to select setting that you want to edit and
press to enter its submenu.

4. Press / to select the desired setting and
press to conrm.
5. Press to exit this menu.

Gender : select your gender.
Birthday: set your Birthday
Height: set your height.
Weight: set your weight.
Max HR: set your maximum heart rate.
LTHR: set your lactate threshold heart rate.
FTP: set your functional threshold power.
MAP: set your maximum aerobic power.
Settings 36Bike 1
Spd Source
Weight
Wheel
NOTE: For details on wheel size, see “Wheel Size and Circumference” on page 49.
Bike 1
Trip 1
Trip 2
Ride Time
89:23:28
13kg
1700mm
1033km
0km
1. In the Settings menu, press and then press
to select Prole.
2. Press to select Bike Prole and then press
to enter.
3. Press to select setting that you want to edit and
press to enter its submenu.

4. Press / to adjust the desired setting and
press to conrm.
5. Press to exit this menu.

Spd Source: set the priority of the speed sources
Weight: set the bike weight.
Wheel: set the bike wheel size.
Activate: select to activate the bike.
1. In the Settings menu, press and then press
to select Prole.
2. Press to select Bike Prole and then press
to enter.
3. Press to select Overview and press to enter
its submenu.
4. Press to select your desired bike and press
to conrm.
5. Press to view more data of the selected bike.
6. Press to exit this menu.

Settings 37Bike 1+2
ODO
Ride Time
Alt.Gain
89:23:28
8600m
1033km
Adjust Odometer
NOTE: To get to the number faster, you can long press
/
.
Bike 1
Trip 1
Trip 2
Ride Time
89:23:28
1033km
0km
Reset ODO
NO
Reset
You can reset the distance of Trip 1, Trip 2 and odometer.
NOTE: Trip 1, Trip 2 means cumulative mileage recorded before you reset it. They are 2 separate
distance measurements. You are free to use Trip 1 or Trip 2 to record, for example, weekly
total distance and use another to record, for example, monthly total distance.
1. In the Settings menu, press and then press
to select Prole.
2. Press to select Bike Prole and then press
to enter.
3. Press to select Overview and press to enter
its submenu.
4. Press to select Bike 1+2 and press to conrm.
5. Press enter into ODO setting page.
6. Press / to adjust ODO and press to conrm.
7. Press to exit this menu.

1. In the Settings menu, press and then press
to select Prole.
2. Press to select Bike Prole and then press
to enter.
3. Press to select Overview and press to enter
its submenu.
4. Press to select the desired bike and press to conrm.
5. Press to select trip 1 or trip 2 and press to conrm.
If you select Bike 1+2, please select ODO.
6. A message “Reset” pops up on the device. Press to select
“YES” and press to conrm or press / to set ODO
to the desired number.
7. Press to exit this menu.

Settings 38Wireless Local Area Network(WLAN)
Aero 60 supports WLAN. With the access to the internet, the device will automatically sync
data to/from Bryton App. Once the connection to a network or hotspot is successfully set up,
next time the device will automatically link to the same network or hotspot when detected.
You can also forget a network or hotspot and set up a new one.
Before syncing data, please make sure you have set up a connection to any network or hotspot.
You can view networks or hotspots which have been set up and unlink connections to networks
or hotspots.
Connect

My Hotspot
Sweet Home
Bryton
Forget
My HOt
Bryton
Connections
Forget Network
1. In Settings menu, press to select Network
>Connect and press .

2. Press
or hotspot and press .
/ to choose one available network
4.
3.
Press
Press to enter password and choose
“ ”, it means this network is successfully set up.
to exit this menu.
/

Note:
Note:
Please refer to page 9-11 to learn how to sync data via WLAN.
WLAN will be automatically activated during setting and transferring data and
Do you want
to delete?
Yes
1.

2. Press / to choose a network or hotspot
and press .
4.
3. A message “Do you want to delete? ”pops up
and press to select Yes and press

/
In Settings menu, press to select Network
>Forget and press .
Press to exit this menu.
Settings 39After pairing your Aero 60 with Bryton Mobile App, you will have access to Grid Setting,
Altitude Calibration and Notications.
You can customize your data page manually, turn on/o Smart Pause and set Data Recording.
Grid Setting
Bryton App Advanced Settings
1. Pair Aero 60 with Bryton Mobile App
a. Go to Settings > General > Bluetooth to turn on Bluetooth on Aero 60 .
b. Go to your phone “Settings>Bluetooth” and enable Bluetooth.
c. Go to Bryton Mobile App and tap “Settings>User Settings>Device Manager”.
d. Tap “+” and choose “Bluetooth 4.0”.
e. Select and add your device by pressing “+”.
f. Tap “Pair” to pair your device with your phone. (For iOS phone only)
g. Tap “Finish” to complete pairing.
2. Customize Your Data Page
a. Tap “Settings > Grid Setting” in Bryton Mobile App
b. Tap “OK” to conrm connection to Aero 60 .
c. Choose “Manual” for perfonal customization.
Choose “Auto” if you want to keep it at Default.
d. Tap left or right to change the number of grids.
e. Tap 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 to switch to dierent data page.
f. Tap data grid to change ride data.
3. Sync New Settings to Aero 60
Tap left upper corner “<” and select “Sync” to sync your new settings. Note: • To change data grid back to default , go to and tap Data Page. “Back to default settings?” message pops up, tap “Yes” to conrm. Bryton App 40With connection to Internet, Bryton Mobile App provides altitude information for you to calibrate directly. You can also change altitude manually. Altitude Calibration 1. Pair Aero 60 with Bryton Mobile App a. Go to Settings > General > Bluetooth to turn on Bluetooth on Aero 60 .
b. Go to your phone “Settings>Bluetooth” and enable Bluetooth.
c. Go to Bryton Mobile App and tap “Settings>User Settings>Device Manager”.
d. Tap “+” and choose “Bluetooth 4.0”.
e. Select and add your device by pressing “+”.
f. Tap “Pair” to pair your device with your phone. (For iOS phone only)
g. Tap “Finish” to complete pairing.
2. Calibrate Your Altitude
a. Tap “Alt. Cal” in Bryton Mobile App.
b. Tap ”Allow” to enable Bryton Mobile App to use current location for altitude information.
c. Bryton Mobile App shows altitude of your current location. you can also make manual changes
by pressing or tap on the number to input manually.
d. Tap “Calibrate” to make change as suggested.
e. Bryton Mobile App scans for available devices. Tap “OK” to connect to Aero 60 .
f. Tap “OK” to calibrate altitude data for your device.
g. “Calibration Successful” shows up. Tap “OK” to conrm.
Bryton App 41Notications
a. Go to Settings > General > Bluetooth to turn on Bluetooth on Aero 60 .
b. Go to your phone “Settings>Bluetooth” and enable Bluetooth.
c. Go to Bryton Mobile App and tap “Settings>User Settings>Device Manager”.
d. Tap “+” and choose “Bluetooth 4.0”.
e. Select and add your device by pressing “+”.
f. Tap “Pair” to pair your device with your phone.
g. Tap “Finish” to complete pairing.
NOTE:
• If notications don’t work, please go to your phone “Settings>Notications” and check if
you have allowed notications in compatible messages and email apps or go to social applications
and check if you have turned on notications in your application settings.
• To view step by step tutorial video, please click Notication Setup (iOS)

NOTE:
• To view step by step tutorial video, please click Notication Setup (Android)

After pairing your compatible smartphone using Bluetooth Smart wirelessly technology with
Aero 60 , you can receive phone call, text and email notications on your Aero 60 .
1. IOS Phone Pairing
a. Go to Settings > General > Bluetooth to turn on Bluetooth on Aero 60 .
b. Go to your phone “Settings>Bluetooth” and enable Bluetooth.
c. Go to Bryton Mobile App and tap “Settings>User Settings>Device Manager”.
d. Tap “+” and choose “Bluetooth 4.0”.
e. Select and add your device by pressing “+”.
f. Tap “Finish” to complete pairing.
a. Tap “Settings>User Settings>Notication”.
b. Tap “OK” to enter setting to allow Notication Access for Bryton app.
c. Tap “Bryton” and select “OK” to allow notication access for Bryton.
d. Go back to Notication settings.
e. Select and enable In-coming Calls, Text Messages and Emails by tapping each item.
1. Android Phone Pairing
2. Allow Notication Access
Bryton App 42Appendix
Item Description
Display
Physical Size 83.9 X 53.7 X 18.2 mm
Weight 71g
Operating
Temperature
-10°C ~ 60°C
Battery Charging
Temperature
0°C ~ 40°C
Battery Li polymer rechargeable battery
Battery Life 32 hours with open sky
GNSS Integrated high-sensitivity GNSS receiver with embedded antenna
ANT+™
www.thisisant.com/directory for compatible products.
Water Resistant Water resistant to a depth of 1 meter for up to 30 minutes.
BLE Smart Bluetooth smart wireless technology with embedded antenna
Barometer Equipped with barometer
Smart Speed Sensors

Item Description
Physical size 36.9 x 34.8 x 8.1 mm
Weight 6 g
Water Resistance Incidental exposure to water of up to 1 meter for up to 30 minutes.
Transmission range 3 m
Battery life Up to 1 year
Operating temperature -10
o
C ~ 60
o
C
Radio frequency/protocol
2.4GHz / Bluetooth 4.0 and Dynastream ANT+
Sport wireless communications protocol
NOTE:
Accuracy may be degraded by poor sensor contact, electrical, magnectic interference and
distance from the transmitter.
To avoid magnetic interference, it is recommended that you change location, clean or
replace chain.
Appendix 43
2.3” FSTN positive transective dot-matrix LCDSmart Cadence Sensor
Item Description
Physical size 36.9 x 31.6 x 8.1 mm
Weight 6 g
Water Resistance Incidental exposure to water of up to 1 meter for up to 30 minutes.
Transmission range 3 m
Battery life Up to 1 year
Operating temperature -10
o
C ~ 60
o
C
Radio frequency/protocol
2.4GHz / Bluetooth 4.0 and Dynastream ANT+
Sport wireless communications protocol
Smart Heart Rate Monitor
Item Description
Physical size 63 x 34.3 x 15 mm
Weight 14.5 g (sensor) / 31.5g (strap)
Water Resistance
Incidental exposure to water of up to 1 meter for up to 30 minutes.
Transmission range 3 m
Battery life Up to 2 years
Operating temperature 0
o
C ~ 50
o
C
Radio frequency/protocol
2.4GHz / Bluetooth 4.0 and Dynastream ANT+
Sport wireless communications protocol
Battery Information
Smart Speed Sensor and Smart Cadence Sensor
Both sensors contain a user-replaceable CR2032 battery.
Before using sensors:
1. Locate the circular battery cover on the back of sensors.
2. Use your nger to press and twist cover counter-clockwise so the indicator on the cover points
to unlock icon ( ).
3. Remove the cover and battery tab.
4. Use your nger to press and twist cover clockwise so the indicator on the cover points
to locked icon ( ).
NOTE:
Accuracy may be degraded by poor sensor contact, electrical, magnectic interference and
distance from the transmitter.
NOTE:
Accuracy may be degraded by poor sensor contact, electrical, magnectic interference and
distance from the transmitter.
Appendix 44Smart Heart Rate Monitor
The heart rate monitor contains a user-replaceable CR2032 battery.
To replace the battery:
1. Locate the circular battery cover on the back of the heart rate monitor.
2. Use a coin to twist the cover counter-clockwise.
3. Remove the cover and battery.
5. Use a coin to twist the cover clockwise.
CR2032
+
To replace the battery:
1. Locate the circular battery cover on the back of sensors.
2. Use your nger to press and twist cover counter-clockwise so the indicator on the cover points
to unlock icon ( ).
3. Remove the battery and insert new battery with positive connector rst into the battery chamber.
4. Use your nger to press and twist cover clockwise so the indicator on the cover points
to locked icon ( ).
NOTE:
Be careful not to damage or lose the O-ring gasket. •
Contact your local waste disposal department to properly dispose of used batteries. •
NOTE:

W
rst, the positive connector will easily deform and malfucntion.
hen installing a new battery, if the battery is not placed with the positive connector •
Be careful not to damage or lose the O-ring gasket on the cover. •
Contact your local waste disposal department to properly dispose of used batteries. •
4. Insert the new battery, with the positive connector facing upward and lightly press it.
Appendix 45Use Aero Mount to Mount Aero 60
Install Aero 60
Appendix 46
DA!Install Speed/Cadence/Dual Sensor
(Optional)
Speed Sensor Cadence Sensor
+
+
+
NOTE:
Once sensors waken, the LED blinks twice. The LED continues to blink when you
continue to pedal for pairing. After around 15 blinks, it will stop blinking. If not used for
10 minutes, sensor would go into sleep mode to preserve power. Please complete the
pairing during the time the sensor is awake.

Appendix 47Install Heart Rate Belt (Optional)
Strap Electrodes
O P E N
NOTE:
In cold weather, wear appropriate clothing to keep the heart rate belt warm. •
The belt should be worn directly on your body. •
Adjust the sensor position to the middle part of the body (wear it slightly below the •
chest).
belt rmly so that it will not turn loose during the exercise.
The Bryton logo shown on the sensor should be facing upward. Tighten the elastic
If the sensor cannot be detected or the reading is abnormal, please warm up for about 5 •
minutes.
If the heart rate belt is not used for a period of time, remove the sensor from the heart •
rate belt.
NOTE: Improper battery replacement may cause an explosion. When replacing a
manufacturer. Disposal of the used batteries must be carried out in accordance to the
regulations of your local authority.
For better environmental protection, waste batteries should be collected
separately for recycling or special disposal.
Appendix 48Wheel Size and Circumference
The wheel size is marked on both sides of the tires.
Wheel Size Wheel Size
Appendix 49Basic Care For Y our Aero 60
Taking good care of your device will reduce the risk of damage to your device.
Do not drop your device or subject it to severe shock. •
Do not expose your device to extreme temperatures and excessive moisture. •
The screen surface can easily be scratched. Use the non-adhesive generic screen •
protectors to help protect the screen from minor scratches.
Use diluted neutral detergent on a soft cloth to clean your device. •

attempt to do so will make the warranty invalid.
Appendix 50
I saw condensation on the display of my device. Did water get into the device? How do I x it?
The appearance of fogging or moisture buildup inside of the device screen is a common occur-
rence caused by condensation and normally does not signify water damage. High humidity or
changing temperatures inside and around the device can cause water vapor to gather and
condense inside of the cooler inner-screen creating the appearance of fogging. This is common
particularly on very warm, humid summer days or very cold, dry winter days where tempera-
tures and moisture levels inside the device dier from the outside environment. If condensation
inside the screen should occur, open the rubber cover on the back of the device and allow air to
circulate or place the device at room temperature until fogging clears. If fogging persists or if
dried water droplet marks or large, running water droplets should appear, please contact local
customer support.Data Fields
Appendix 51
Category Data Fields Description of Data Fields
Calorie The number of total calories burned.
Kilojoules The accumulated power output in kilojoules for the current activity.
Altitude The height of your current location above or below sea level.
Max Altitude
The highest height of your current location above or below sea
level which the rider achieved for the current activity.
Alt. Gain The total altitude distance gained during this current activity.
Alt. Loss The total altitude lost during this current activity.
Gradient The calculation of altitude over distance.
Uphill The total distance traveled while ascending.
Downhill The total distance traveled while descending.
Distance The distance travelled for current activity.
Odometer The accumulated total distance until you reset it.
LapDistance The distance traveled for the current lap.
LLapDist. The distance traveled for the last finished lap.
Trip 1/Trip 2
Cumulative mileage recorded before you reset it.
They are 2 separate trip measurements. You are free to use Trip
1 or Trip 2 to record,for example, weekly total distance and use
another to record, for example, monthly total distance.
Speed The current rate of change in distance.
Avg Speed The average speed for current activity.
Max Speed The maximum speed for current activity.
LapAvgSpd The average speed for the current lap.
LapMaxSpd The maximum speed for the current lap.
LLapAvgSpd The average speed for the last finished lap.
Time Current GPS Time.
Ride Time The time spent on riding for current activity.
Trip Time Total time spent for current activity.
Sunrise The time of sunrise based on your GPS location.
Sunset The time of sunset based on your GPS location.
LapTime The stopwatch time for the current lap.
LLapTime The stopwatch time for the last finished lap.
Lap Count The number of laps finished for the current activity.
Cadence The current rate at which rider is pedalling the pedals
Avg CAD The average cadence for current activity.
Max CAD The maximum cadence for current activity.
LapAvgCad The average cadence for the current lap.
LLapAvCad The average cadence for the last finished lap.
Energy
Distance
Speed
Time
Altitude
CadenceAppendix 52
Category Data Fields Description of Data Fields
Heart Rate
The number of times your heart beats per minute. It requires
compatible HR sensor pairing connection to your device.
device.
Avg HR The average heart rate for current activity.
Max HR The maximum heart rate for current activity.
MHR %
Your current heart rate divided by Maximum Heart Rate.
MHR means that the maximum number of beats made by your
heart in 1 minute of effort. (MHR is different from Max HR. You
will need to set MHR in User Profile)
LTHR%
Your current heart rate divided by Lactate Threshold Heart Rate.
LTHR means that the average heart rate while in the intense
exercise at which the blood concentration of lactate begins to
exponentially increase. (You will need to set LTHR in User Profile)
MHR Zone
The current range of your Maximum Heart Rate Pecentage heart
rate (Zone 1 to Zone 75).
LTHR Zone
The current range of your Lactate Threshold Heart Rate
Percentage (Zone 1 to Zone 7).
LapAvgHR The average heart rate for the current lap.
LLapAvgHR The average heart rate for the last finished lap.
Lap MHR% The average of MHR% for the current lap.
Lap LTHR% The average of LTHR% for the current lap.
Temp Temp. The current temperature.
Power Current Power in Watt.
Avg Power The average po

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