anyone else having or had problems with power2max (my model is S) giving high readings.
i am thinking it could be to do with low battery
the readings are obviously off as I have previous data to compare with.
very annoying when these things cost so damn much then cause problemsUPDATED WITH MORE INFO:
high readings seen in real time and file analysis
battery voltage is 2.91 - new battery tests at 3.3v....
maybe this is cause of all my problems, anyone care to test values of batteries when their p2max goes flat and note if they are having similar problems
problem is not power spikes, it is the whole ride is consistently high, around 20%
(as one post said: I either get a new FTP record or struggle to stay below 200W)
Zero-offset (there is no way for user to calibrate P2M) is done via 3 second pauses whilst riding.
see: https://www.power2max.de/downloads/powe ... al_web.pdf
Your power2max powermeter ensures precise measurement of data using two separate mechanisms: zeroing and temperature compensation. Your power2max powermeter automatically determines the zero value, i.e. the value that is measured when no torque is applied to the powermeter. This compensates for the influence of temperature changes and mechanical factors affecting the zero.
Manual setting of zero through your bike computer is possible but not necessary. Every time the system is unloaded for 2 or more seconds your power2max powermeter sets a new zero value.
In practice this means that every time you are coasting for 2 or more seconds your power2max powermeter sets a new zero.
left/right balance numbers appear OK, the same as they did when I was getting correct figures