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MEASURE HOW WELL YOU’RE DOING
Ever wondered just how far you’ve cycled, or what your average pace was? Avio PowerSense can link to your current headgear to provide you with these statistics, and much more.
Designed with an 8 week training system to increase your Functional Threshold Power (FTP), which, when increased, has been proven to speed you up in racing environments.
Build a fitter and faster you by optimising your training with the recognised Gold Standard, training with power.
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QUICK. SIMPLE. effective
We wanted our PowerSense to be totally inclusive and simple to use, that’s why we’ve pre-fitted the PowerSense on a 105 crank for quick & easy execution. Simply unpack, install and get going.
To save you time and money, if you have an existing crank that looks fab on your bike already, but still want a power meter – Avio has your back. Our retrofit system uses your existing crank. Send us your crank and we fit and calibrate your brand new PowerSense and return to you, ready for you to fit back onto your bicycle.
Connect using ANT+
You can connect powersense to most head units running on the ANT+ platform.
Built for performance
If you can't measure it...
Endless practice, measured progress
Unique video content
Avio will soon be releasing unique video content that will clearly lead you through the usage of your Avio PowerSense.
THE NEED FOR CALIBRATION
PowerSense is fitted onto your left-hand crank. This means there is not much installation for you to do, only to fit it to your bicycle.
There is not much for you to do, only to fit the crank back onto your bike, we do all the tricky stuff!
If PowerSense is not calibrated properly, it will probably measure force going through the pedal, but you won’t be receiving an accurate reading from the sensor.
A STEP BY STEP GUIDE
Your Avio PowerSense meter is compatible with Strava, Training Peaks, Garmin Edge, Zwift, and our Avio app.
Connect to your Garmin head unit, and download in the normal way to Strava, Garmin software, and many more.
Enable your Garmin (500, 520, 800 or 1000) power read out function for real data.
Adjusting the data screen
Most head units will allow for a degree of adjustability for the different things you can view whilst out riding.
You’ll view these different things on what referred to as ‘Pages’.
Page 1 is the screen you use the most.
Page 2 is usually a ‘specialist’ screen containing things like power to weight, % FTP and VAM as an example of a climbing page. However, we like the example of having a spring screen which has ‘power’ and a ‘time’.
Most people only have 3 pages and then their ‘map’ page, or maybe their virtual partner page.
When you come to adjust your data screens, we recommend you do it whilst out on a ride as only then will you know what you want to see.
It is crucial that your PowerSense is calibrated properly – if it isn’t it will probably measure force going through the pedal, but you won’t be receiving an accurate reading from the sensor.
In theory, once calibrated (normally during the installation of PowerSense) there should not be a need to re-calibrate the sensor, but sometimes you may want to repeat the process periodically.
Sometimes things don’t always go smoothly. While we’ve tried to make PowerSense as hassle-free as possible, things happen.
If for some reason you can’t connect or add PowerSense, we’ll need to pull the battery, ‘forget’ the device on your head unit, pop the battery back in, and then research. This will solve a whole host of problems.
Send us an email at email@example.com and we’ll help solve any issues you may encounter.
Easy to install and calibrate
Fully waterproof to IP67
Works with all bike cranks
75 to 100 hours of battery life –
1 year warranty
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