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ETRTO 47-305 47-406 34-540 47-507 23-571 40-559 44-559 47-559 50-559 54-559 57-559 37-590 20-571

16x1,75 20x1,75 24x1 3/8 24x1,75 26x1 26x1,5 26x1,6 26x1,75 26x1,9 26x2,00 26x2,125 26x1 3/8 26x3/4

WS in mm KMH

WS in inch MPH

1272 1590 1948 1907 1973 2026 2051 2070 2089 2114 2133 2105 1954

50,1 62,6 76,7 75,1 77,7 79,8 80,7 81,5 82,2 83,2 84,0 82,9 76,9

ETRTO 32-630 40-622 47-622 40-635 37-622 18-622 20-622 23-622 25-622 28-622 32-622 37-622 40-622

27x1 1/4 28x1,5 28x1,75 28x1 1/2 28x1 3/8 700x18C 700x20C 700x23C 700x25C 700x28C 700x32C 700x37C 700x40C

WS in mm KMH

WS in inch MPH

2199 2224 2268 2265 2205 2102 2114 2133 2146 2149 2174 2205 2224

86,6 87,6 89,3 89,2 86,8 82,8 83,2 84,0 84,5 84,6 85,6 86,8 87,6

INSTALLATION AND OPERATION MANUAL - VDO CYTEC C 10 WL

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Preface Thank you for buying a VDO CYTEC bicycle computer. The more familiar you get with this model, the more enjoyable your trips are going to be. Please read thoroughly all the information provided in this manual. You are getting important and useful hints for operation to make you fully benefit from all the technical features of your VDO CYTEC bicycle computer. We wish you enjoyable trips and rides on your bike with VDO CYTEC CYCLE PARTS GMBH Mounting the system 1.1 Mounting the handlebar holder The handlebar holder fits handlebars of any diameter. Before mounting the system, decide if you will be using your left or right hand to operate the computer and then mount the handlebar holder on the respective side. Position the handlebar holder, insert the strap and adjust it by tightening the screw. Warning: Before tightening the handlebar holder, make sure to adjust the position of the computer head (inclination) when the LCD-display is best visible for you. Only when you find the best position tighten the screw.

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2. Mounting the speed transmitter GB Model VDO CYTEC C 10 WL works by radio transmission of speed impulses from the sender on the fork, to the receiver incorporated into the computer head mounted on the handlebar. Please be sure to get the sender aimed at the receiver (computer head) with as much precision as possible. The sender should be mounted on the same side of the fork as the holder is on the handlebar.

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Watch out: Do not tighten the cable ties yet! Accurately position the spoke magnet and the sender first, then tighten the cable ties. The distance between transmitter (sender) and computer head must not exceed 24 inches (60 cm). Sender range is technically limited in accordance with German telecommunication law.

3. Mounting the spoke magnet Distance between magnet and sender should be approx. 1-5 mm.

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In case this distance is not achievable in the current positioning, slide the sender and the magnet on the fork or spoke accordingly. Watch out: Please remove the computerhead from the handlebar holder when you intend not to use your bike for a longer period of time. (battery power)

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4. Twist-Click mounting of computer onto holder

LOCK

UNLOCK

The Twist-Click mounting has been exclusively developed for the new line of VDO CYTEC computers. The computerhead is put onto the handlebar and by a right turn of the computerhead (TWIST) fixed to the holder (CLICK). It is just as easy to remove the computerhead from the handlebar holder. Slightly push the computerhead down, twist it to the left, remove computerhead from handlebar holder. 2.CLICK 1.LOCK

1.PRESS 2.UNLOCK

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5. Installing battery into computer head To save battery power, your VDO CYTEC comes with the battery not yet fitted. Prior to initial use you have to install the battery first.

OPEN

CLOSE

If you find the computer is not functioning properly after a battery change, push the AC-button (Auto Clear) on the rear side of the computer to reset.

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6. Information features of your VDO CYTEC C 10 WL

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Your VDO CYTEC C 10 WL provides you with following information:

KMH-MPH TRP RID STP AVS MAX

TCNT CLK ODO WS 1+WS 2

current speed indicated in either KMH or MPH, featuring automatic conversion into MPH trip counter, counts your trip distance up to 999,99 km or miles. trip timer, keeps track of the actual riding time featuring automatic start/stop function, up to 9:59:59 (hrs:min:sec) manual stop watch, counting up to 9:59:59 (hrs:min:sec) average speed, accurate to two decimal points. maximum speed, achieved during a ride, accurate to two decimal points. permanent comparison of current and average speed. Deviations of +/- 1 KMH are indicated by up/down arrows in the display. second trip counter featuring a preset mode, intended for use while following road-book instructions. clock with 12 h or 24 h selectable display mode. odometer, counting distance ridden up to 99,999 KM or M. two wheelsizes for two different bicycles selectable.

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7. Operating your VDO CYTEC C 10 WL

C Button / Key Covering 10 WL Your VDO CYTEC C 10 WL has 2 buttons / keys Mode 1, Mode 2

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Function TRP RID AVS STP MAX

Function TCNT CLK ODO

Mode 1

Mode 2

These buttons / keys have several functions. All functions of the respective buttons / keys outlined in the following chart below. Your display Button / Key indicates following to be pushed information TRP-AVS-RID-STP- MODE 1 MAX TCNT-CLK- ODO MODE 1 TRP-RID-AVS

MODE 1

TRP CLK ODO RID-AVS-STP-MAX TCNT TCNT-CLK- ODO TRP-RID-AVS-MAX

MODE 1 MODE 1 MODE 1 MODE 1 MODE 1 MODE 2 MODE 2

TRP-RID-AVS-MAX TCNT STP STP

MODE 2 MODE 2 MODE 2 MODE 2

Length of pushing the button / key brief (0.1 sec)

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What is going on?

next information from MODE 1 is indicated.

brief (0.1 sec)

computer changes display information from MODE 2 data to TRP-data of MODE 1 normal (1.5 sec.) TRP-RID-AVS are automatically rotated, one at a time displayed for 1.5 sec. long (5 sec) enter set-up mode for wheelsizes. long (5 sec) enter set-up mode for clock. long (5 sec) enter set-up mode for odometer. long (5 sec) switching from wheelsize 1 to wheelsize 2 and vice-versa long (5 sec.) Set-up mode for TCNT (second trip counter) is called into display brief (0.1 sec) next information from MODE 2 is indicated. brief (0.1 sec) computer changes display information from MODE 1 data to MODE 2 data. TCNT always being the first information indicated. long (5 sec) TRP-AVS-RID-MAX information reset to zero. long (5 sec.) Second trip counter TCNT is being reset to zero long (5 sec) stop watch STP reset to zero brief (0.1 sec.) either start or stop run of stop watch

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8. Scroll function

C To provide any information at a glance, your VDO CYTEC C 10 WL features 10 a scroll function. Calling up the scroll function automatically displays WL information for a period of 1.5 sec. Scroll function may be called upon if any of the following information is on display: TRP-AVS-RID. Scroll function is activated by pressing the MODE 1 button for 1.5 sec. 9. Second trip counter TCNT Your VDO CYTEC features a second trip counter TCNT. This second trip counter allows you to easily follow road-book instructions. The TCNT may be preset to an individual value from which it then counts up. In case you have missed a turning point in your road-book tour, you may return to the tour leg where you have gotten lost, re-enter the correct value and keep going from there.

SCROLL

Press MODE 1 1,5 sec. Start Scroll

Set-up mode for your second trip counter TCNT Step 1: Call TCNT information into display. Step 2: Press MODE 1 key for 3 sec. Display shows "TCNT" and a flashing number. Step 3: By pressing MODE 2 key, the number can be changed. Step 4: By pressing MODE1 key you proceed to the next number, which you can change by pressing MODE 2 key. Step 5: Once you have entered the last number for your TCNT, exit set-up mode by pressing MODE 1 key for 3 sec.. Watch out: When you exit set-up without having completed entering your data, the computer may well work with faulty values leading to misinformation in your display.

Press MODE 2 5sec. Reset

Reset TCNT to zero The second trip counter TCNT is reset to zero by pressing MODE 2 key for 5 sec. Before resetting to zero, make sure that TCNT information is called into display. Watch out: Pressing the MODE 2 key for 5 sec. without TCNT data being displayed probably resets your TRP-RID-AVS-MAX data to zero.

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10. Manual stop-watch STP

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Your VDO CYTEC C 10 WL features a manual stop-watch. With information STP being displayed, you may operate your stop-watch with the MODE 2 -button.

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Watch out: Pressing the MODE 2 button for 5 sec. without STP data being displayed resets your TRP-AVS-RID-MAX data to zero.

MODE 2 START/STOP

MODE 2 MODE 2 MODE 2

Press MODE 2 5sec. Reset

press when STP is displayed = starting the stop-watch press again = interrupt the stop-watch press again = stop watch continues

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11. Comparison of current and average speed GB Your VDO CYTEC C 10 WL compares your current speed with your average speed. The outcome of this comparison can C be seen in your display by the use of symbols. No matter which information is currently displayed, this data keeps you 10 updated on the relation of your current speed and your average speed. WL

Your current speed is faster than your average speed. Accuracy +/- 1 KMH/MPH

You are currently riding as fast as your average speed. Accuracy +/- 1 KMH/MPH

Your current speed is slower than your average speed. Accuracy +/- 1 KMH/MPH

12. Set-up mode Your VDO CYTEC C 10 WL features the following set-up procedures wheelsize 1 = WS1 wheelsize 2 = WS2 clock = CLK odometers = ODO Trip Counter=TCNT

set-up starts out of TRP in display set-up starts out of TRP in display set-up starts out of CLK in display set-up starts out of ODO in display set-up starts out of TCNT in display

No matter which set-up mode is used for your VDO CYTEC , the procedure is the same. You can start the set-up mode for a certain display by pressing the MODE 1 button for 5 sec. With this MODE button you may also exit the set-up mode at any time. Once the set-up mode is activated, MODE 1 and MODE 2 buttons are covered with following instructions: MODE1 MODE2 10

changing from one enter display to the next enter display selection of figure to be entered, changing from KMH to MPH mode

13. Selecting the wheelsize

GB Your VDO CYTEC C 10 WL can work with two different wheelsizes (WS1 or WS2), i.e. one wheelsize for your road bike the other one for your mountain bike. When using the respective bike you can just switch to the proper wheelsize.

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Wheelsize is only selectable if any of the following information is displayed: AVS-RID-STP-MAX The currently active wheelsize is indicated in the display by WS 1 or WS 2. You can switch from wheelsize 1 (WS 1) to wheelsize 2 (WS 2) and vice-versa by pressing the MODE 1 button for 5 sec. 14. Entering your wheelsize You may enter two different wheelsizes into your VDO CYTEC C 10 WL, i.e. one wheelsize for your street bike and another one for your mountain bike. Your VDO CYTEC identifies different wheelsizes as WS 1 = wheelsize 1 and WS 2 = wheelsize 2. following defaults are entered wheelsize 1 = WS1 = 2155 mm wheelsize 2 = WS2 = 2000 mm Watch out: Above defaults are automatically applied after a battery change. After a battery change, the correct wheelsizes for your bikes have to be re-entered. How is the wheelsize precisely determined? Place the front wheel of your bike with the valve at the bottom, mark this position with a line and push your bike ahead until exactly one rotation of the front wheel is completed. Draw another line where the valve now is. Take a ruler and measure the distance between marks 1 and 2 which reflects the wheelsize = wheel-circumference. The figure measured (inches or mm) is the wheelsize to be entered into your computer.

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WS in mm / inch Programming (setting up) your wheelsize Step 1: Step 2: Step 3: Watch out: Step 4:

Call TRP information in your display. Press MODE 1 button for 5 sec. "WS1" is displayed along with an alternating flashing symbol for KMH and MPH. By pressing the MODE 2 button you can choose whether you want MPH or KMH readout on your display. Your choice of either MPH or KMH applies for both wheelsizes WS 1 and WS 2. Once you have chosen your measuring unit, continue by pressing the MODE 1 button briefly (0.1 sec). Now, either the default value or the wheelsize value previously entered (WS 1) is displayed with the last number flashing. Step 5: With buttons MODE 1 and MODE 2 you can enter wheelsize 1 previously determined. Then you enter your measurements for wheelsize 2 (see set-up mode). Watch out: The computer wants you to enter your wheelsizes one at a time, first WS 1, then WS 2. You may exit setting up wheelsizes at any time by pressing the MODE 1 button for 5 sec. Step 6: Once you have entered the last number for wheelsize 2, the computer automatically goes back to normal mode. You may also exit the set-up mode at any time by pressing the MODE 1 button. Watch out: When you exit set-up without having completed entering your data, the computer may well work with faulty values leading to misinformation in your display.

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MODE 1 5sec. to quit

MODE 2 0,1sec. to change from KMH to MPH

MODE 1 0,1sec. switch to next

MODE 1 to start to switch to quit

MODE 2 to increase to change from KMH to MPH

MODE 1 0,1sec. switch to next

MODE 1 0,1sec. switch to next MODE 2 0,1sec. to increase

MODE 1 0,1sec. switch to next

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15. Setting the clock CLK Your VDO CYTEC C 10 WL features a clock with hour and minute display. 12 h or 24 h display selectable. To access the clock set-up mode proceed as follows:

MODE 1 5sec. to start

Step 1: call in the CLK information into your display Step 2: Press the MODE 1 button for 5 sec. The set-up mode for the clock starts. You will either see the figure "24" or "12" flashing reflecting the hour-mode programmed. To set up your clock use MODE 1 and MODE 2 buttons. (see set-up mode).

MODE 2 0,1sec.

MODE 1 0,1sec. switch to next

MODE 2 MODE 1 0,1sec. switch to next

MODE 1 5sec. to quit

MODE 2 0,1sec. to increase

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MODE 1 0,1sec. switch to next

16. Programming (setting-up) your odometer ODO

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You can enter individual odometer values into your CYTEC C 10 WL at any time, i.e. transferring data from your old computer into your new VDO CYTEC C 10 WL or after a battery change.

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Watch out: after a battery change, your data for total ODO is reset to zero. TIP: If you want to re-enter your totals after a battery change, take down the value for ODO before removing the battery.

Step 1: Call information for ODO into your display. Step 2: Start the set-up mode for odometer by pressing the MODE 1 button for 5 sec. The last number is flashing. MODE 1 5sec. MODE 1 5sec. to quit

MODE 2 0,1sec. to increase

MODE 1 0,1sec. switch to next

Entering data is done by MODE 1 and MODE 2 buttons. (see set-up mode) 15

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17. Resetting information to zero

C The following information may be reset to zero with your VDO CYTEC C 10 WL. 10 WL TRP-RID-AVS-MAX These information here is simultaneously reset to zero. TCNT

This information is singly reset to zero.

STP

This information is singly reset to zero.

Information must be reset to zero by pressing the MODE 2 button for 5 sec. Watch out: Take care that the exact information to be reset is on display. If either of the following information, TRP, RID, AVS or MAX are displayed and you want to reset to zero by pressing the MODE 2 button, be aware that the remaining three information are simultaneously zeroed.

18. Stand-by-mode Your computer VDO CYTEC C 10 WL features a stand-by-mode in order to save battery power. Your computer changes into stand-by-mode if it has not received any speed impulses for 5 min or no button has been pressed in the same period of time. The time of day (CLK) is still displayed in stand-by-mode, though. By pressing any button or just continuing your ride, this will end stand-by-mode and return you to the appropriate mode. 19. Battery change Tip: Take down your totals and wheelsizes prior to battery change. 1. Changing the battery in the computer head see 5. In case the computer is not properly functioning after a battery change, push the AC-button (Auto Clear) on the rear side of the computer to reset. 16

Changing the sender battery

GB Remove the battery door on the sender with either a coin or screwdriver. Insert the battery with the positive end (+) up. Close the battery compartment.

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Take care that the washer is precisely positioned on the battery compartment and is not jammed or wedged with the battery door. Watch out: old batteries require special disposal. Troubleshooting

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This chart outlines possible malfunctions, their causes and solutions. malfunction irregular LCD readout (i.e. after battery change) speed display does not appear

display fades or disappears

possible cause computer software is not running smoothly check for proper distance between sensor and magnet sender battery emptycheck battery computerhead is incorrectly twisted on handlebar holder no wheelsize entered sender is too distant from computerhead battery in computer empty temperatures below 5° C (40° F) dull display readout

solutions press AC-button at the rear of computer head readjusting distance between sensor and magnet power and replace if necessary. place computerhead on handlebar holder and twist until detent (CLICK) enter your wheelsize mount sender closer to computerhead check battery power and replace it if necessary back in normal temperatures, display picks up working correctly

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20. Warranty

We warrant VDO CYTEC models (sensor, computer head and handlebar holder) to the original purchaser for five years C 10 from date of purchase against defects in material and workmanship. This does not cover the batteries and defects resulting WL from normal wear and tear, improper care, accidents, abuse or alteration. Please take care to retain your receipt of purchase. In case of legitimate complaints, you are entitled to receive a comparable replacement model. Due to possible model changes, your model might not be available any more. You may contact your retailer or store where you purchased your VDO CYTEC or send the computer directly to us: CYCLE PARTS GMBH Grosse Ahlmuehle 33 D-76865 Rohrbach Technical specifications are subject to change. 21.Contents 1 computer head 1 handlebar holder with screw 1 wireless transmitter with battery 12 V, type V23GA 1 rubber shim for sensor mount 1 spoke magnet 5 cable ties 1 battery 3 V, type CR 2032 1 installation and operation manual

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