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Garmin 510 + Cateye Strada (DW) Sensor, are they compatible?

Old 09-02-14, 01:32 PM
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Garmin 510 + Cateye Strada (DW) Sensor, are they compatible?

Hi, I'm pretty sure this question has been anwered before. I'm just about to buy a 510 without the sensor, I have a sensor from my Cateye. Can I use it or should I get the bundle/ Thanks in advance.
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Old 09-02-14, 01:41 PM
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Any ANT+ sensor should work
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Probably not. Garmin supports ANT+, and the Cateye Digital Wireless appears to use some proprietary 2.4GHz digital wireless. It will only work with its matching Cateye.

The ISC-11 sensor is ANT+, and would work.
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Thanks, I will look for 510 + sensor.
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I'd look at the new Garmin magnetless sensors.
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