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Misuro b+ and zwift

Posted: Wed Jan 03, 2018 11:58 am
by Raphi29
Hello,
I use zwift with my elite qubo fluid trainer and a misuro b + speed and cadence sensor. The cadence displayed by zwift is good, however the speed is completely over-rated (100 mph without effort). I don't understand where the problem comes from

Re: Misuro b+ and zwift

Posted: Thu Jan 25, 2018 12:24 pm
by Elite Admin S
You have to connect the misuro only as a power source and cadence source (not as a speed&cadence source).
Could it be that you've configured in the other way?

Regards

Re: Misuro b+ and zwift

Posted: Mon Feb 05, 2018 7:26 pm
by dwtrux
I am using Misuro B+ and Quick Motion Rollers with Zwift. Connected by Power Source, but virtual rider does not move. What's up?

Re: Misuro b+ and zwift

Posted: Fri Feb 16, 2018 10:57 am
by Elite Admin S
Quick motion is a multilevel trainer, it's different.
As the misuro cannot know which level you set, it cannot transmit power.
So, you should pair it as a speed and classical trainer but you'd have to set a circumference value of 264mm (I'm not sure that it is possible, contact Zwift directly)

Regards

Re: Misuro b+ and zwift

Posted: Fri Feb 16, 2018 3:22 pm
by dwtrux
worked through the issues with Zwift. Here's what I found:

Select "Power Source" on Zwift start up screen - not Speed Source. Start riding to active Misuro B+ sensor and active both power-cadence.

Misuro B+ MUST BE SET to 8 Blinks for parabolic rollers 294mm - virtual rider moved and the power, speed and cadence matched what I was generating in the My E Training app.

Misuro B+ for Quick Motion was originally set at 1 blink.

Also, I tried the 6 blinks setting on Misuro which is the Arion 264mm you suggested, but that just setting gave too high of readings in both power and speed in BOTH Zwift and My E Training apps.

Got it set up now and it is amazingly consistent.

Re: Misuro b+ and zwift

Posted: Thu Feb 22, 2018 10:52 am
by Elite Admin S
@dwtrux,

If you get consistent data in this way, it's absolutely by chance.
The power curve of the parabolic is different from the one of the quick motion.
Don't take too seriously the power values you get, as they are mostly wrong (how much, depends on the speed - in some point the curve may get close).

Regards