Qubo Digital: Post P1, P2, P3 settings here!!

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Qubo Digital: Post P1, P2, P3 settings here!!

Postby ali » Thu Jan 25, 2018 6:56 pm

Hi Qubo Smart Digital B+ users.

Post your P settings here so we can compare. I have no power meter, so would be interested in your 'P' settings: I will go first:

Weight: 100Kgs
Bike: 10Kgs
Age: 48
Gender: Male
Fitness level: Reasonable (FTP 279)
P1 = 291
P2 = 298
P3 = 217

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Re: Qubo Digital: Post P1, P2, P3 settings here!!

Postby Elite Admin S » Fri Feb 02, 2018 11:07 am

P1, P2 and P3 are trainer dependent.
They are different for every trainer and are not connected to the rider.

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Re: Qubo Digital: Post P1, P2, P3 settings here!!

Postby giloleon » Mon Feb 05, 2018 8:56 pm

So why the need to calibrate if they are trainer specific? I also have the same problem, no power meter yet and my Zwift numbers are way off. Example: My speedometer can read 24mph and Zwift's output is 15mph. How do I determine my proper Power Ranges for accurate Zwift readings?

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Re: Qubo Digital: Post P1, P2, P3 settings here!!

Postby Elite Admin S » Fri Feb 16, 2018 11:06 am

Hi

Usually calibration is not needed.
But sometimes it happen that an external variable influences power (width of the tire, material of the tire, type of bike...).
In these cases, it is possible to adjust the curve to match the reality.

About Zwift, it calculates speed from power. If you think that power is completely out, first test to do is to use our my e-training app and see how the trainer behaves there. If also there power seems to be wrong, contact our customer care at real@elite-it.com for instructions.

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Re: Qubo Digital: Post P1, P2, P3 settings here!!

Postby juscott65 » Tue Nov 06, 2018 1:31 am

giloleon wrote:So why the need to calibrate if they are trainer specific? I also have the same problem, no power meter yet and my Zwift numbers are way off. Example: My speedometer can read 24mph and Zwift's output is 15mph. How do I determine my proper Power Ranges for accurate Zwift readings?

I just got my trainer and It seems to be way off when riding on zwift. I need helping walking through the settings and calibration to make I am set up properly.

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Re: Qubo Digital: Post P1, P2, P3 settings here!!

Postby Elite Admin S » Fri Nov 16, 2018 11:53 am

If you use my e-training instead, the trainer behaves properly?


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