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Pioneer Power Meter System SGY-PM910VL + Ultegra 6800 Left Crank

Pioneer Power Meter System SGY-PM910VL + Ultegra 6800 Left CrankPioneer Power Meter System SGY-PM910VL + Ultegra 6800 Left Crank
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About Pioneer Power Meter System SGY-PM910VL + Ultegra 6800 Left Crank

Pioneer's SGY-PM910VL left-sided sensor gives accurate, reliable data in real time. Installed to a Shimano Ultegra FC-6800 left crank arm, pair the Pioneer SGY-PM910VL with an ANT+ compatible device or the Pioneer SGX-CA500 computer and you have everything you need to start measuring your power.


World's first high-precision measurement of force magnitude and force direction, every 30° of rotation, for each leg

Fitted to Shimano Ultegra FC-6800 left crank

Improved support for various cycle frames, with thin-profile sensors and two types of rotation detector magnets

Simple maintenance operations for zero point calibration, battery replacement, and more

Quick calibration to zero to preserve precision

Easy battery replacement via opening the covers for the left crank sensor unit

With water-resistance rated IPX6/IPX7 and capable of operation at temperatures from -10°C to 50°C, the SGY-PM910VL is accurate and reliable even under the harshest of conditions.

Specifications (sensor)
Weight: 22g
Dimensions: 92.5 mm(L) × 34.7 mm(W) × 8.6 mm(H)
Water-resistance: Water resistance rating of IPX-6/IPX-7
Communications system: ANT+
Battery: CR2032
Battery operating time: Approximately 180 hours (normal temperature)
Guaranteed operational temperature range: -10 to 50°C
Accessories: Instruction manual, warranty, battery (CR2032) (attached to sensor), ties x 4 (two for use with left magnet, two extra), cushion for arm type magnet attachment, patch type magnet base

More About The Manufacturer Pioneer

Founded in 1938 when Nozomu Matsumoto began making speakers in his garage, Pioneer is now a world leader in electronics products for the car, home and business markets. Known for its music and domestic electronic products, the company expanded into the sporting sector in late 2013 with the advent of a cycling power monitoring system.