Upgrade to a dual-sensing system with this standalone right-sensing pedal. Available to fit both standard (12-15 mm) and large (15-18 mm) crank arms, the pedal allows enthusiastic cyclists to take that next step in measuring and monitoring their power output and pedaling style.
When paired with the Vector 2S, the upgrade pedal makes a complete Vector power meter system, providing left/right balance data and cycling dynamics.
Train Smarter with Cycling Dynamics
Factors like fatigue, fitness, injury and recovery all affect the way you ride. Revolutionary new cycling dynamics lets you tailor your training around your specific weaknesses and strengths by showing you exactly where you’re generating power throughout the pedal stroke. It also indicates where force is being applied on the pedal itself so you can ensure proper cleat position, as well as when and how long you were seated versus standing so you can gauge position effectiveness.
Easy to install and own
Upgrading Vector 2S is easy. Purchase a Vector 2S upgrade pedal and install it yourself in minutes. There are no complex drivetrain or wheel tradeoffs, or no external sensors to install.
Behind the watts
Vector works by measuring the deflection in the pedal spindle as you pedal. By comparing that measured deflection to a factory calibration, Vector can determine how much force you’re applying to the pedal. It measures a few hundred times per second. Built-in accelerometers also measure your pedaling cadence. The force sensor and related electronics are permanently and securely sealed within the right pedal spindle.
With additional crank arm clearance — in thickness and width — Vector 2 fits almost any bike. The standard pedal pods fit crank arms 12 to 15 mm thick and 44 mm wide. The large pedal pods fit crank arms 15 to 18 mm thick and up to 44 mm wide.
Please note: The maximum weight limit of the cyclist using the Vector 2 system are 200 lbs (90 kg). Cyclists over this weight limit risk personal injury and property damage.
Auf jeden Fall empfehlenswerte Aufrüstung auf ein beidseitiges System, mein rechtes Bein scheint 10% mehr Kraft zu produzieren... Allerdings ein Stern Abzug für die nicht vorhandene Anleitung. Keinerlei Hinweis, dass mit der Software Vector Updater und einem ANT+-Stick erst mal eine Kopplung der Pedale vorgenommen werden muss. Ansonsten hat man zwar zwei Pedale, aber es bleibt bei der einseitigen Messung.