|Measurement ||Single-sided / Dual-sided|
|Type of axle ||BB386EVO|
|BCD ||110 mm|
|Ratio ||52 / 36|
Detailed product description
You get on, and it just works. This is how simple and reliable a power meter should be. We’ve done everything in our power to make that happen:
Every time you stop pedaling for 3 seconds or longer, your Power2Max will reset itself. This way, you’ll always get reliable data and you’ll never have to manually recalibrate your powermeter again.
No Cadence Magnet
You don’t need to fit a separate cadence magnet. Your Power2Max precisely measures your current cadence using the internal accelerometer.
When the time comes to replace your batteries -after 300 to 400 hours (6000-12000 km)- then you’re perfectly able to do so at home. You don’t have to send in the cranks, so you’re not only saving time but money as well.
Power2Max power meters offer exact and reliable data under all conditions: warm or cold, dry or wet, you can rely on the quality of your Power2Max. Our power meters are waterproof and capable of withstanding even the most torrential downpours. The built-in temperature compensation mechanism ensures your Power2Max stays accurate even in changing conditions.
Power2Max power meters offer you state of the art data: our power meters have an accuracy of ±2% or better under all possible external conditions. This has been achieved through a highly refined design and a top-notch production process.
Designed, developed, and built in Germany
FSA produces all of their power meters in Germany. How does that help you? Continuous high quality and a reliable end-product.
Power2Max power meters use ANT+ to wirelessly transmit your data to your head unit. The ANT+ protocol ensures a reliable data transfer and is compatible with a wide range of cycling computers.
Your Power2Max power meter estimates the contribution of your left and right leg as you ride, providing you with additional useful feedback during your training sessions.
Power right = downward pressure on the right and upward force on the left.
Power left = downward pressure on the left and upward force on the right.