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Lemond Revmaster Pro built in speed sensor

Old 04-21-20, 03:52 PM
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Lemond Revmaster Pro built in speed sensor

I have a lemond revmaster pro spinning bike with “supposedly” cadence and speed sensors (as I have the pilot computer which displays my cadence and speed). I bought the ANT+ USB to be able to pair with zwift on my computer. Via the app, I am able to detect the cadence sensor but not the speed sensor (even after pedaling the bike to “wake up” the sensors). Is there no speed or power sensor in this bike? My garmin bike computer isn’t picking up the speed sensor either.
Thank you in advance for your help.
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Old 05-25-20, 02:10 PM
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Hi Negtheegg,

I'm working on the same issue, digitizing my Revmaster Pro almost a month, the only solution I've found is installing a new bluetooth sensor for speed with a very small neodmiyum magnet.
Currently there's only cadance sensor is installed in the Pilot II configuration, there's no such speed sensor, so Zwift is not working out of the box.

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Old 05-25-20, 03:14 PM
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Speed sensor

If there is no speed sensor, how does the pilot give you a measurement of speed then? Weird...
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Old 05-28-20, 04:37 AM
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Seems Pilot II device is making a simple calculation over the Cadance sensor, to measure the speed. Unlike a regular bike, there's no "gears" in the device, easy to calculate the speed.
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Old 05-28-20, 04:39 AM
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I also got an ANT USB sensor to measure the cadence, cannot got a signal. So the ultimate solution is installing an external bluetooth sensor.
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