Bike Computer question

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Jacques Bilinski

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Feb 2, 2022, 1:22:03 PMFeb 2
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I'm looking at wired bike computers and the Sigma Pure 1 wired looks like it might be ideal, except that I don't know if the displayed 'time' includes stopped time or is only the time while moving. For randonneuring the time inclusive of stopped time is needed, but I suspect that it displays moving time only. I haven't found anything online that addresses this. Anyone know?   

Peter Storey

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Feb 2, 2022, 3:20:51 PMFeb 2
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My Wahoo Bolt displays time-in-motion and total elapsed time, but that’s a relatively pricey GPS unit that would need to be recharged several times over the course of a PBP.

Some of the Sigma models used to have a stopwatch function. Could you just start that at the beginning of the event?


On Feb 2, 2022, at 1:22 PM, 'Jacques Bilinski' via randon <ran...@googlegroups.com> wrote:

I'm looking at wired bike computers and the Sigma Pure 1 wired looks like it might be ideal, except that I don't know if the displayed 'time' includes stopped time or is only the time while moving. For randonneuring the time inclusive of stopped time is needed, but I suspect that it displays moving time only. I haven't found anything online that addresses this. Anyone know?   

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Roland Bevan

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Feb 2, 2022, 7:08:09 PMFeb 2
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Looks like the Sigma Pure 1 has an 'Auto Start/Stop' setting that will leave the elapsed time always running if disabled. That's probably what you want.
  -Roland

Jacques Bilinski

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Feb 2, 2022, 7:23:50 PMFeb 2
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Roland, where did you see that the auto start/stop can be disabled?  
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