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Old 12-01-15, 04:51 PM
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Cateye wireless sensors

I have a Cateye Strada double wireless bike computer. The sensor mounts on the frame near the back wheel.
I received a Cateye Padrone as a gift and the sensor mounts on the front fork. I was wondering if the sensor for the Strada would pair up with the Padrone cycle computer.
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Give it a try.

Rub a magnet near the sensor and see if it works.

It doesn't have to be on the bike.
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According to Cateye's web page, the Padrone uses Bluetooth LE sensors. So, No it will not work. However, if all you have is a speed sensor for the Padrone, any Bluetooth LE speed/cadence sensor should work with that unit. To make sure, I would take the computer to a bike shop and see if they will let you pair it to a Bluetooth sensor (if they have any in stock). If it works, and you want cadence, rather than spend money on a speed/cadence sensor, check out the Wahoo RPM. It's a Bluetooth cadence sensor that mounts on your crank or on your shoe.
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