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Cateye Stealth 50
Middle display : 4-hour modes can be selected.
Automatic adjustment using GPS.
Trip distance 1 & 2
Lithium-ion rechargeable battery
Battery recharge and data communication – USB Cradle
Standard charging time – Approx. 5 hours (USB2.0)
Standard operating time – Approx. 10 hours
Recharge/discharge number of times – About 300 times
Control system – Microcomputer (crystal controlled oscillator)
Display system – Liquid crystal display (EL backlight: Lights up constantly during the night-time)
Sensor signal transmission system – ANT+
Operating temperature range?
Dimension 69.0 x 45.0 x 22.4 mm
Features The Stealth 50 is a simple power meter that is ANT+ compatible, so it works with CatEye or third party ANT+ power, heart rate, cadence and speed sensors. Track basic cycling data and combine with power, heart rate and cadence data to target and reach training goals. Upload ride data to web-based training sites, such as CatEyeAtlas.com and TrainingPeaks, where you can visualize your activity, analyze performance and share your ride.
Other features include a full-time backlight, auto-stop/start and programmable odometer. The Stealth 50 is waterproof, USB rechargeable and can be used on multiple bikes, so you’ll always be ready to ride.
Weight – 60g
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CatEye is the leading manufacturer of cycle computers, lights and reflectors to cyclists in the world. Founded in 1954 in Osaka, Japan, CatEye has always been a leader in innovation and technology.
In 1964, CatEye created the first flashing lamp for bicycles. CatEye went on to create the very first bicycle head lamp using white LEDs in 2001. The company is truly a world leader in lens and reflector technology. CatEye’s first cycle computer was released in 1981. Now we offer a full range of computers to meet the demands of cyclists around the globe. Always at the cutting edge of technology, we were among the first companies to integrate altimeter, heart rate, and cadence technology into cycle computers.