Direto calibration

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mikeyadams
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Re: Direto calibration

Postby mikeyadams » Thu Nov 23, 2017 1:29 pm

santimillanm.29 wrote:Hello
I'm new with the Direto and i could not find where do i have to go to calibrate. Can someone explain me where is in the menus?
Thanks


Did you manage to find an answer to this?

I'm in the same situation, both a Direto, open the iOS app to calibrate and its got a wheel circumference in there of 2xxx. But I've seen a Youtube setup video and found info on here saying you need to put in 173.

TrainerRoad has a value in 2xxx as well.

If someone could explain all of this it would be much appreciated :D

Thanks!

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Re: Direto calibration

Postby Elite Admin S » Fri Nov 24, 2017 11:49 am

With Direto:
- if you use our my e-training app, you have to insert your circumference value
- if you use a non elite device or app, you have to insert your circumference divided by 12.1
- calibration option is in advanced configuration of my e-training app (doesn't appear if you have selected and external power sensor)

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Re: Direto calibration

Postby anjan@selz.ch » Tue Nov 28, 2017 2:33 pm

Hi
I just purchased a DIRETO, my first turbo trainer.
I calibrated with the elite in-built software, defined my wheel size as 2105 (for a 700x25) and the offset value shown was 6186.
Now if I ride in the flat, the average speed is indicated as somewhere between 33-34 kmh, which corresponds well to my outdoor performance.
However, if I ride up the slopes, then I virtually fly up there. On the map tool I drew a round course which I am used to do as well outdoor. It includes a 15km long 12% average slope ascent, this would be classified as a HC ascent. Outdoor I go up there with a max average of about 15kmh. On the DIRETO however, I fly up there with an easy average of 25kmh. So now I am hesitating to sign up for next years Tour de France, but before I ask you: what's wrong here!!??
Thanks in advance for your prompt reply!
Cheers,
Anjan

Riding the hills in alpine Switzerland

zwifter2170
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Re: Direto calibration

Postby zwifter2170 » Wed Dec 13, 2017 1:39 am

What is wheel # for 700 x 25? Thanks

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Re: Direto calibration

Postby Elite Admin S » Fri Dec 15, 2017 12:17 pm

@anjan@selz.ch,

please contact the customer care at real@elite-it.com

@zwifter2170,

it depends on the tire you use, measure it manually


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