CycleOps Chest Belt Power Cal with Speed Sensor

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Introducing Cycle Ops PowerCal chest belt, the world's first-ever power meter calculated from heart rate -without changing components of your bike. For years there has been a widely recognized correlation between power and heart rate. The key difference between a power meter and a HR monitor is clear: HR is a response to the work you're doing, whereas power is the actual work. In a lab one can predict power output or intensity by knowing heart rate, and vice versa. But once you leave the lab and enter variables such as hills, wind and fatigue, the relationship gets a bit trickier. This is why many cyclists and triathletes use both a heart rate monitor and a power meter in training.

Through the use of these tools and the analysis of tens of thousands of power files over the years, the experts at Cycle Ops and the University of Colorado Boulder have identified patterns which can correlate an athlete's heart rate to power across all real world conditions. We've utilized this knowledge to create a technology which provides power based on this correlation; in the real world and in real time.

No, it's not as precise as products with PowerTap technology. But, it's a great tool, is incredibly easy to use, and is compatible with any existing ANT+ (2.4 GHz signal transmission) compatible display. Simply pair it to your display, and off you go!
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Product Name: CycleOps Chest Belt Power Cal with Speed Sensor
Manufacturer: CycleOps
Item Code: COP166543
Year: 2015
Included in delivery: Power Cal chest belt, speed sensor, 1xCR2032
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