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ELEMNT Bolt calibration with Quarq

Old 11-29-17, 06:18 PM
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ELEMNT Bolt calibration with Quarq

when I calibrate my quarq dzero with my elemnt bolt I get a 5 digit number. Today it was 64766. When I was using a Garmin it was always around 700. Quarq says the number should never be more than 1000 (pos or neg). Does the 64 represent something else? Thanks.
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Old 11-29-17, 06:45 PM
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My guess is it is just the leading bits being on to fill in the number. But I'd check with the Google group. There's a lot of good info there and Wahoo does check it and answer questions. Or just ask Wahoo directly.
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My guess is it is just the leading bits being on to fill in the number. But I'd check with the Google group. There's a lot of good info there and Wahoo does check it and answer questions. Or just ask Wahoo directly.
Yeah. If the DZero is returning the offset as a 16-bit signed integer, then 64766 would be a negative number - something like -769. Maybe the Bolt just isn't bothering to display it properly. I have this same combination by the way, but so far have only seen my DZero return positive values on my Elemnt (I usually get readings of around 230-290)
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My DZero developed that problem, as reported by my Garmin. I called their tech support and they had me send it back for a warranty replacement.
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