Wireless CycleComputer to PC in Realtime

Discussion in 'Cycling Equipment' started by tomwhit, Feb 16, 2004.

  1. tomwhit

    tomwhit New Member

    Feb 16, 2004
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    Has anyone seen a PC iterface to read wireless data from a cycle computer to a PC in realtime? It would be great for writting training software, recordering and displaying stats on PDA mounted on the Handle bars,etc

    If you've seen anything like this please let me know.

  2. cycleboy

    cycleboy Guest

    The only product I'm aware of is the older Polar Vantage NV with a PC interface you could transmit from the chest strap to the watch sitting on the interface and view the results on the monitor as a curve. It was hard to get the trainer close enough to the receiver to get consistent results. But it did work.

    Wasn't wireless and didn't have any bike functions just HR. Maybe Polar HR/Cycle computers can do this. Worth checking out.

    If you're thinking Blue Tooth or Wi-Fi enabled devices I'd be really supprised. But maybe in a few years.

    Good luck