How to set-up Stationary Trainer Mode

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    Darrell Austin

    What sensors are needed have stationary mode work? I had connected my power meter but when I started recording it would just pause. Does it require a speed sensor?

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    Adam

    Hi Darrell,

    A speed sensor definitely can help. Make sure auto-pause is off as well. We're going to work on stationary mode for the next firmware update.

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    Darrell Austin

    I will check autopause. I didn’t think about that. For my purposes, I’m not caring about the speed. I have a direct drive trainer which has a built in speed sensor but the super gps had issues connectivity but that might be because I had another app connecting. Thanks for the help

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    Rob Rowe

    Hi,

    I have the Super GPS and have set it up in Stationary Trainer Mode, via Ant+ to a Elite Direto.

    It works and shows power, cadence BUT the Speed is WAY Off!! It is saying I doing 50 +mph and is very jumpy! is there a way to correct it, do I have to put a different tyre circumference in or is there something else I need to do?

    The Direto work OK with Zwift and My e-training, showing all the figures correctly, just the Lezyne unit is showing the wrong speed.

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    Adam

    Hi Rob,

    There's a process for anything to be compatible with any particular sensor. At the moment, we aren't compatible with any smart trainers. Here's a list of compatible sensors.

    We are working on adding smart trainer compatibility for an upcoming firmware update, which might improve compatibility with the Elite Direto, but we aren't specifically testing that trainer.

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    Rob Rowe

    Thanks Adam,

    I keep a eye out for the update. Like I said power, cadence works just speed is out, just wondered if it was to do with calibration. 

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