An attractive dial to chart speed or pace.
In free mode, this is an attractive speedometer display.
In premium mode, you get full configurability of the dial range, the display units, the zones in use, a highlighted target zone, the colours for all display elements and, of course, a comprehensive set of statistics written to your FIT file so that you can review your performance afterwards and so enhance your training.
Use a comma separated list of speeds and paces. Supported units for pace are:
Paces are expressed as either mm:ss or hh:mm:ss so that 3:40:00/marathon is a 3hour and 40minute marathon pace.
Supported units for speed are:
Speeds are expressed as a simple number so that 16kph is 16 kilometres per hour or 10 miles per hour.
You can also use "z" followed by a zone number. For example, z3 specifies a low target at the base of zone 3 and a high target at the top of zone 3. You can combine these so that z2,z4 sets a low target at the base of zone 2 and a high target at the top of zone 4.
If you supply only a single value, the dial will assume the low target is 0 and then range up to the target you supply. If you supply more than one value, the dial will take the lowest value as the dial low point and the highest value as the dial high point.
If you supply only a single value, the dial will assume the target is the low end of the target range and apply no upper limit. If you supply more than one value, the dial will take the lowest value as the low target and the highest value as the highest target.
Set up to 5 zones as a comma separated list. You need 1 + n values to specify n zones. For example, 5mph,7mph,10mph,13mph specifies three zones: 5mph – 7mph, 7mph- 10mph, 10mph – 13mph.
NB: Please use explicit values for setting zones as using "z[zone]" may give unexpected results.
Statistics options are specified in settings by choosing a statistic set from the "Zone stats to store" list. You can also entirely disable stats storage for this field by selecting "Stats disabled".
Where a target range has been set, you can track up to two values out of:
These values are stored on a per lap basis as well as an entire activity basis. In addition, the targets in use will be stored (device memory permitting) for later reference.
Zone statistics store %age time in each zone on a per lap basis as well as an entire activity basis. Additionally, a graph is collected:
You can also choose to collect just graphs: