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PDF Content Summary: SPEED / VOLTAGE STRIKER RIKER MH DST SPD 06 TRE USER'S MANUAL TRAIL TECH COMPUTER 2 Quick-start Normal Mode Setup Mode Data Reset Adjust Trip Distance ModeBacklight Switch Screens Stop Watch Enter Setup Switch Screens Scroll Value Next Digit Reset Ride Data Enter / Exit Scroll Value or 3 A Note to You 4Trail Tech brings functionality and life to your motor vehicle with high quality and innovation. To ensure long and trouble-free operation, this User’s Manual contains valuable information about how to operate and maintain your digital gauge properly. Please read this manual carefully. If you call to request service for your Striker digital gauge, you need the date of purchase, dealer’s name, address, and telephone number. Warranty service requires proof of purchase. PURCHASE DATE DEALER NAME DEALER ADDRESS DEALER PHONE Keep this book and sales slip together for future reference. Precautions WARNING • When installing radiator hose • Read all instructions before temperature sensors, make using Striker. sure it fits BEFORE cutting the radiator hose. • Avoid contact with gasoline, degreasers or other chemical • Do not leave the main unit in cleaners. direct sunlight when not riding. • Striker can be used in the • Check gap between speed rain but should not be used sensor and magnet periodically. underwater. • Do not bend, twist, kink or • Do not wash with pressure abuse the sensor cables. washer. • To reduce the risk of injury, • When installing Striker, do not disassemble Striker or disconnect the vehicle battery. its accessories. PAY TO THE ATTENTION TRAIL! 5 6 Specifications FUNCTION Current Speed Average Speed Maximum Speed (Trip) Distance Odometer Voltage Minimum Voltage Maximum Voltage Hourmeter / Clock Ride Time Stop Watch Accum. Ride Time Air Temperature Engine Temperature Max Engine Temp Oil Reminder Care Reminder Low Battery Tire Size ICON UNITS RANGE KM/H or M/H 4 - 299.9 KM/H or M/H 4 - 299.9 KM/H or M/H 4 - 299.9 KM or M 0.00 - 299999 KM or M 0.00 - 299999 VAC/VDC 1.6-52.6 VAC/VDC 1.6-52.6 VAC/VDC 1.6-52.6 H:M:S 12h or 24h H:M:S 0:0:0 - 9999:59 H:M:S 0:0:0 - 9999:59 H:M:S 0:0:0 - 9999:59 oC or oF 0 - 999o oC or oF 0 - 999o oC or oF 0 - 999o KM/H or M/H 0.0 - 9999 KM/H or M/H 0.0 - 9999 3V ~ 1 year life mm 0 - 3999 mm Specifications PHYSICAL FEATURE Speed/Distance Sensor Temperature Sensors Voltage Sensor Remote Thumb Switch Backlight Product Dimensions Screen Dimensions Product Weight Wheel Circumference Operation Temperature Storage Temperature Battery External Power Input Critical Environment DESCRIPTION Non-contact Magnetic Sensor External Ambient and Engine Thermistor Sensors Red/Black Power Wire Optional, Mirrors Main Buttons 5 White LED Group 106.93x59.46x23.7mm WxHxD (4.21x2.34x0.93”) 78.75 x 28.6mm (3.1 x 1.13”) 3.9 oz. (110 grams) (0.24 lbs.) 0 to 3999 mm 0°C to 60°C (32°F to 140°F) -20°C to 80°C (-4°F to 176°F) 3V CR2032 (About 1 Year life) 9.0-400 VAC (No Polarity) 9.0-55.0 VDC (No Polarity) Amber/Red LED Alert System 7 8 Physical Features Striker Computer: Main Computer: • The Striker computer has 3 buttons and 2 LED’s. LEDs: • Amber Warning LED: • Red Danger LED: LEFT BUTTON CENTER BUTTON RIGHT BUTTON Voltage [Flash], Temperature [Solid] Voltage [Flash], Temperature [Solid] AMBER LED RED LED Physical Features The Wires: Temperature Sensor: The temperature sensor is mounted in the radiator hose or cylinder head. Speed Sensor: The speed sensor is mounted to the brake caliper on the wheel. Without the speed sensor mounted, Striker cannot display speed or gather distance data. Ambient Temperature Sensor Power Cable: The power wire connects anywhere in the vehicle’s electrical circuit, or straight to the battery terminals. 9 Physical Features Reset Button: Use of the reset button will erase data for the current ride including stop watch and trip distance. ODO and ART are permanent. BUTTON RESET BATTERY MOUNTING HOLES Internal Battery: •Striker has an internal 3.0V watch type battery (#CR2032). The computer can be run from the internal battery without being connected to a vehicle power source. For proper, full-featured use (LEDs and voltage readouts), connect to vehicle power. •To change the battery, unscrew the battery cap on the back of the computer with a coin. Make sure the positive side of the battery is facing up when replaced. • REPLACE WITH BATTERY MODEL NUMBER #CR2032 10 Physical Features Bar Mounting: Place nuts and bolts as shown in picture. Temperature Sensors: Please see-model-specific instructions for mounting procedure. Cylinder Head Temperature Sensor for air-cooled machines. RADIATOR HOSE SPARK PLUG SENSOR TEMP. Temperature Sensor in-line in radiator hose for water-cooled machines. 11 Physical Features DRILL TEMPLATE SCALE 1:1 Flat/Surface Mount: There are two screw holes on the back of Striker. Use the included M4 bolts to mount to any flat surface. 40mm If other than provided screws are used, make sure they are not too long for mounting holes. Drill • • 4.2mm 0.165” Size: Screws that are too long will damage internal components of Striker. 107.5mmRESET 12 40mm 59.5mm Mounting M4 Accepts Bolts Hole Physical Features 12 Volt Systems: Connect to 12 volt system: •The backlight will be 5x brighter. •The temperature and voltage indicator LEDs will be enabled. •The voltage readout will function. OPTION 1) BATTERY WIRED: Connect the power cables directly to the vehicle’s 12 volt battery. OPTION 2) SYSTEM TAP: As an alternative to running wires all the way to the battery, it is possible to tap into the electrical system. It is best to connect so power is not interrupted by the key switch. •The “LO” indicator will activate if voltage drops below 2.45V. •Striker draws too little power to drain the vehicle battery. • Striker is polarity independent. Power Wire 13 14 Physical Features ATV Sensor/Magnet Installation: Striker needs two things to be able to collect distance data: 1. A magnet placed on the spinning part of the wheel. 2. A speed sensor, placed on the stationary part of the wheel. ATV Magnet Bolt The magnet spins around tripping the sensor switch each time-- giving Striker speed, distance and time data. The magnet is installed on the brake rotor because it spins with the wheel. The provided magnetic bolt can simply replace a stock rotor bolt (see above picture). If that will not work, glue the spare ATV Speed Sensor magnet in a hole on the brake rotor. (JB Weld or a similar slow-cure epoxy works well.) After the magnet is in, the sensor is placed on a non- spinning part the wheel, rotor shield, or provided bracket. Physical Features Motorcycle Sensor/Magnet Installation: Motorcycles, like ATVs, need a magnet placed on the spinning part of the wheel and the sensor installed to a non- spinning part. The magnet typically gets bolted or glued to the brake rotor. The speed sensor wire should come from the back of the Magnet About to Pass Under Sensor computer, be cable-tied to the brake line as it travels down the front forks, then attached to the brake caliper. Striker can tell how far and fast it’s traveled by how many times the magnet passes the sensor. Many Motorcycles and ATVs have special installation procedures. Refer to the provided installation insert for Optimum Magnet Rotation Path model-specific instructions. 15 16 Measure Wheel Size Overview: Knowing your exact wheel size it critical for Striker to calculate correct speed and distance data. The more accurate the wheel size, the better Striker performs. Method 1: Ruler Wheel Size = Find the Wheel Diameter(mm) circumference x3.14 of front wheel by measuring its diameter in millimeters. Multiply the Wheel Diameter by 3.14. Diameter The result is your wheel size. x3.14 Method 2: Rolling On a flat surface, mark the tire sidewall and the ground with a marking pen. Roll the wheel until the mark on the tire completes one revolution and is back on the ground. Mark the ground at this location. Measure the distance between the marks on the ground in millimeters (multiply inches by 25.4 to convert to mm). Use this number for your wheel size. For accuracy, the rider’s weight should be on the bike when making the measurement. Measure Wheel Size Method 3: Distance Measurement This is the most accurate method. 1. Set the wheel size to 2110mm (motorcycle) or 1675 (ATV). 2. Find a length of road where the distance is known. 3. Ride the distance, noting how far the computer reads (i.e. the road is known to be 5 miles and the computer shows 4.95 miles.) 4. Use the numbers to solve for X in the following equation: (new wheel size) = (actual miles) x (current wheel size) (current miles) X = 5 x 4.95 2110 X = 10550 4.95 X = 2131 5. Enter the number found above into Striker. 17 18 User Interface Normal Mode: All of the information that Striker provides is on one of these 3 screens. When riding, the user has the choice of staying on Screen 1 or Screen 2. Screen 3 contains statistical information and reverts back to screen 1 after a short period. TO SWITCH BETWEEN SCREENS, PRESS THE CENTER BUTTON (or the middle button on the remote.) Screen 1: • Speed (pg.21) • Trip Distance (pg.22) • Clock (pg.26) • Voltage (pg.24) • Engine Temp (pg.25) • Ride Time (pg.27) or User Interface Screen 2: • Speed (pg.21) • Trip Distance (pg.22) • Clock (pg.26) • Voltage (pg.24) • Air Temp (pg.25) • Stop Watch (TT) (pg.26) Average speed may be set up to display on screen 2 rather than on screen 3 (pg.38). Screen 3: • Avg Speed (pg.21) • Max Speed (pg.21) • Odometer (pg.22) • Clock (pg.26) • Accum. Ride Time (pg.27) • Max Voltage (pg.24) • Min Voltage (pg.24) • Max Engine Temp (pg.25) Striker alternately displays min/max voltage and avg/max speed every 2 seconds. 19 20 System Features Overview: System Modes: • “Normal Mode” is displayed during regular use. (pg.18-19) • “Sleep Mode” displays only the clock after inactivity. (pg.20) • “Setup Mode” edits system options. (pg.31-38) • “Trip Distance Edit Mode” edits the distance (DST) value. (pg.23) • “Trip Data Reset” resets temporary values to 0. (pg.30) Available Data: • Speedometer (Speed, Average Speed, Maximum Speed) • Voltage (Voltage, Maximum Voltage, Minimum Voltage) • Distance (Odometer, Adjustable Trip Distance) • Clock (Time of Day, Ride Time, Stop Watch, Accumulated Ride Time) • Temperature (Ambient Air and Engine) Sleep Mode: If Striker sees no activity (either wheel movement or a button press) for 5 minutes, it will enter sleep mode and only display the clock. Sleep mode will end when any activity is noticed. System Features Speedometer: Description: The speedometer function provides a display of current, average and max speed. Vehicle speed is calculated from the wheel sensor and user-entered wheel circumference. Speed: Displayed on screen 1 accompanied by a lit SPD icon. SPD on Screen 1 Average Speed: Displayed on screen 3 with a lit AVG SPD icon. AVG SPD is reset during a trip data reset. AVG SPD on Screen 3 Maximum Speed: Displayed on screen 3 with a lit MAX SPD icon. Max speed is reset during a trip data reset. MAX SPD on Screen 3 By default, Striker alternately displays avg speed and max speed every 2 seconds on screen 3. Average speed can move to screen 2 using setup mode. If done, average speed will move to screen 2 and replace the current speed. (pg.38) 21 22 System Features Distance: Description: The distance function provides a display of current trip distance and a permanent odometer. Distance is calculated from the wheel sensor and user-entered wheel size. (pg.16) Trip Distance: Displayed on screens 1 and 2 in the upper right with a lit DST icon. DST is reset during a trip data reset. DST on Screen 1 Odometer: Displayed on screen 3 in the upper left with a lit ODO icon. ODO is NOT resettable. ODO has a resolution of 0.1 from 0-2999, then shifts to a resolution of 1 from 3000-299,999. ODO on Screen 3 PERFORM A TRIP DATA RESET BY HOLDING THE LEFT AND CENTER BUTTONS FOR 3 SECONDS. (pg.30) Striker can display tenths (0.0) or hundredths (0.00) decimal places for distance and odometer. (pg.38) System Features Trip Distance Edit Mode: Description: The trip distance meter shows how much distance has been traveled since the last reset. Trip distance can be incremented manually using trip distance edit mode. Modifying trip distance is useful for synchronizing computers in the field for use in racing and technical comparisons. Adjust Trip Distance: When in trip distance edit mode, Striker displays only trip distance and the DST icon. Use the buttons to modify the DST value. ENTER OR EXIT TRIP DISTANCE EDIT MODE BY HOLDING THE CENTER BUTTON FOR 3 SECONDS. SCROLL DISTANCE VALUE BY PRESSING THE RIGHT OR LEFT BUTTONS. Hold to scroll faster. Striker will return to normal mode after 5 seconds of inactivity. Striker can display tenths (0.0) or hundredths (0.00) decimal places during trip distance edit mode. (pg.38) or 23 24 System Features Voltage: Description: The voltage function provides a display of voltage, maximum voltage, and minimum voltage. Voltage data is measured from the power input wire. It has a resolution of 0.1 volts and is accurate across the entire sensor range. Voltage: Displayed on screens 1 and 2 in the lower left with a lit V icon. Displays 0.0V if not connected to vehicle power. Displays HI if voltages exceeds the maximum specification (52.6V.) Voltage on Screen 1 Max/Min Voltage: Displayed on screen 3 in the lower left. Min/Max voltage alternates being displayed every second, accompanied by V and the respective MIN/MAX icon. Exceeding 52.6 Volts Min/Max Voltage on Screen 3 Voltage LEDs: The LEDs will flash if the voltage falls below the values defined by the user in setup mode, alerting of potential electrical system problems. See data setup mode for more information. (pg.36) System Features Temperature: Description: The temperature function includes engine temperature, ambient temperature, and maximum engine temperature. The LEDs can alert of over-temp issues. Engine Temperature: Displayed on screen 1 in the lower middle with a thermometer icon. Engine Temperature on Screen 1 Ambient Temperature: Displayed on screen 2 with the AIR icon. Max Engine Temperature: Displayed on screen 3 Ambient Temperature on Screen 2 with the MAX icon. Temperature LEDs: The LEDs will turn on solid if the temperature exceeds the values defined by the user in setup mode, alerting of potential over-temp motor issues. (pg.35) 25 26 System Features Time: Description: The time features consist of a clock, current ride timer, accumulated run time, and stop watch (TT.) Clock: Displayed in the upper right on all screens, the clock increments continuously and has a selectable 12H or 24H H:M:S display. Stop Watch (TT): Displayed on screen 2 in the lower right corner. The clock icon flashes while the stop watch is running. The stop watch is reset during a trip data reset. START OR PAUSE THE STOP WATCH BY PRESSING THE LEFT BUTTON ON ANY SCREEN. TO RESET THE STOP WATCH, PERFORM A TRIP DATA RESET BY HOLDING THE LEFT AND CENTER BUTTONS FOR 3 SECONDS. (pg.30) Time-of-Day Clock on All Screens Stop Watch on Screen 2 System Features Ride Time: Displayed in the bottom right corner of screen 1. Ride time shows how long the bike has been rolling since the last trip data reset. Ride time only increments when the vehicle is in motion. Accumulated Ride Time: Similar to the odometer, accumulated ride time (ART) is not user resettable. Displayed in the bottom right corner of screen 3. ART tracks the total amount of time the vehicle has been in motion. Ride Time on Screen 1 TO RESET THE RIDE TIME, PERFORM A TRIP DATA RESET BY HOLDING THE LEFT AND CENTER BUTTONS. (pg.30) Accumulated Ride Time on Screen 3 After 99 hours, ART rolls from H:M:S display to H:M up to 9999 hours. ART does not roll over to 0 when the max value is reached. 27 28 System Features Maintenance Icons: Description: There are two maintenance icons: OIL CAN and WRENCH. They alert of upcoming maintenance intervals. There is also a LO-BATTERY indicator to alert of low internal battery life. Maintenance Icons: Set a value in setup mode for each icon. Striker will countdown the miles, then display the icon. (pg.37) Lo Battery: The Lo-Battery Wrench, Oil and Lo Battery Icons icon is activated when the internal battery needs to be replaced. (Below 2.45V.) Things that will NOT reset the maintenance reminders: 1. Entering data setup mode. 2. Using the adjustable trip distance feature. 3. Resetting single-ride data. 4. Pressing the reset button on the back of Striker. When maintenance reminder setting screens are viewed in data setup mode, the icons will clear if they have been activated. (pg.37) System Features Backlight: Description: Striker is equipped with a quality LED backlight for night-time operation. Connected to Vehicle Power: The backlight will turn off and Striker will enter sleep mode after 5 minutes of inactivity (any button press or wheel movement.) Internal Battery Only: The backlight must be activated by pressing the RIGHT button, will only remain lit for 3 seconds, and will light dimly to conserve internal battery power. If the LO-BATTERY icon is lit, the backlight will not turn on. Sleep mode will be entered after 5 minutes of inactivity. TO ACTIVATE THE BACKLIGHT MANUALLY, PRESS 29 30 Data Reset Data Reset: Description: After every ride, a trip data reset should be performed. The data will be reset to zero so that new information can be logged on the next ride. Values reset during a Data Reset: •Avg Speed (pg.21) •Max Speed (pg.21) •Trip Distance (pg.22) •Stop Watch (TT) (pg.26) •Ride Time (pg.27) •Max Voltage (pg.24) •Min Voltage (pg.24) • Max Engine Temp (pg.25) PERFORM A TRIP DATA RESET BY HOLDING THE LEFT AND CENTER BUTTONS FOR 3 SECONDS. Notes: •The reset can be done from any screen. • Accumulated Ride Time (ART) and Odometer (ODO) cannot be reset and are intended to maintain cumulative information. Setup Mode Overview: Description: Setup mode is crucial for Striker to operate correctly. SETTINGS ORDER VALUE A. Distance Units KM/H or M/H B. Tire Size Millimeters C. Clock 12Hr or 24Hr Time-of-Day D. Temperature oF or oC E. LED Alerts Temperature High Alert Temperature Danger Alert Voltage Low Alert Voltage Danger Alert F. Maintenance Oil Countdown Care Countdown G. AVG SPD Screen 2 or 3 H. Distance Resolution HOLD DOWN ALL THREE BUTTONS FOR 3 SECONDS. DEFAULT M/H 2109mm 12Hr 12:00:00 oF000o 000o 0V0V0000 M/H 0000 M/H Screen 3 Res 2 Enter Setup Mode: All segments on the screen will turn black. Release to continue. 31 32 Setup Mode Setup Distance Units: Striker defaults to M/H. TO CYCLE BETWEEN M/H AND KM/H, PRESS THE LEFT BUTTON. TO CONFIRM, PRESS THE CENTER BUTTON. Striker will move on to the next setting. Setup Wheel Size: See “Measure Wheel Size” on page 16 for more information. DEFAULT ATV: 1675mm MOTORCYCLE: 2110mm MODIFY DIGIT: LEFT BUTTON or NEXT DIGIT: RIGHT BUTTON TO CONFIRM, PRESS THE CENTER BUTTON. Striker will move on to the next setting. Setup Mode Setup Clock Format: Striker defaults to 12 Hr format. TO CYCLE BETWEEN A 12 HR OR 24 HR CLOCK, PRESS THE LEFT BUTTON. TO CONFIRM, PRESS THE CENTER BUTTON. Striker will move on to the next setting. Setup Time of Day: MODIFY DIGIT: LEFT BUTTON or NEXT DIGIT: RIGHT BUTTON TO CONFIRM, PRESS THE CENTER BUTTON. Striker will move on to the next setting. 33 34 Setup Mode Setup Temperature Units: Striker defaults to fahrenheit. TO CYCLE BETWEEN oF and oC, PRESS THE LEFT BUTTON. TO CONFIRM, PRESS THE CENTER BUTTON. Striker will move on to the next setting. The next two sections detail the over-temperature and under- voltage alert LEDs. The temperature alert will light up the LEDs solid-on, while the voltage alerts cause the LEDs to flash. Because a high engine temperature alert is a serious issue, it will override the voltage alert, should they happen to activate simultaneously. Striker must connect to vehicle power for LEDs to function. Setup Mode Setup High Temperature LED: If engine temperature reaches this setting, the yellow LED will turn on as a caution. 0o (default) disables this alert. MODIFY DIGIT: LEFT BUTTON NEXT DIGIT: RIGHT BUTTON TO CONFIRM, PRESS THE CENTER BUTTON. Striker will move on to the next setting. Setup Danger Temperature LED: MODIFY DIGIT: LEFT BUTTON NEXT DIGIT: RIGHT BUTTON TO CONFIRM, PRESS THE CENTER BUTTON. Striker will move on to the next setting. orIf engine temperature reaches this setting, the red LED will turn on as a critical warning. 0o (default) disables this alert. or 35 36 Setup Mode Setup Low Voltage LED: If voltage falls below this setting, the yellow LED will flash on as a caution. 0V (default) disables this alert. MODIFY DIGIT: LEFT BUTTON NEXT DIGIT: RIGHT BUTTON TO CONFIRM, PRESS THE CENTER BUTTON. Striker will move on to the next setting. Setup Danger Voltage LED: MODIFY DIGIT: LEFT BUTTON NEXT DIGIT: RIGHT BUTTON TO CONFIRM, PRESS THE CENTER BUTTON. Striker will move on to the next setting. orIf voltage falls below this setting, the red LED will flash as a critical warning. 0V (default) disables this alert. or Setup Mode Setup Oil and Wrench Alerts: Set the number of kilometers or miles left until Striker displays the oil and wrench reminder icons. After setting <OIL>, the <CARE> setting will appear. 0 KM/H or M/H (default) disables these alerts. • Each km/mile travelled lowers the reminder values by 1. • When the countdown reaches 0, the respective icon will activate. • Striker will not reset these values automatically; they must be manually increased in setup mode. • When these screens are viewed in setup mode, the icons will clear if they have been activated by reaching their countdowns. NOT affected by: • Entering setup mode. • Using the adjustable trip distance feature. • Resetting single-ride data. • A system reset. MODIFY DIGIT: LEFT BUTTON or NEXT DIGIT: RIGHT BUTTON TO CONFIRM, PRESS THE CENTER BUTTON. Striker will move on to the next setting. 37 38 Setup Mode Setup Average Speed’s Screen: Choose screen for AVG SPD (default 3.) If screen 3, then AVG SPD and MAX SPD rotate every 2 seconds. If screen 2, AVG SPD replaces SPD. MODIFY DIGIT: LEFT BUTTON NEXT DIGIT: RIGHT BUTTON TO CONFIRM, PRESS THE CENTER BUTTON. Striker will move on to the next setting. Setup Distance Resolution: TO CONFIRM, PRESS THE CENTER BUTTON. Striker will return to normal mode. or Choose if Striker should display one (0.0) or two (0.00) decimal places for distance and odometer. TO CYCLE BETWEEN ONE (0.0) and TWO (0.00) DECIMALS, PRESS LEFT BUTTON. Notes Notes: 39 40 FAQ Troubleshooting Frequently Asked Questions: Why does nothing work? •Try the reset button on the back of Striker. •The internal battery may be dead, or Striker is not hooked up to vehicle power properly. Review installation procedure. What kind of electrical systems does Striker work with? •The voltage readout works on systems with any type of battery (lead acid, NiMH, NiCad, Li-Ion, etc.) •Striker works best on vehicles with DC electrical systems (where a battery or capacitor is installed.) The voltage readout will be accurate and comparable to quality multi-meters. •Striker will operate on AC electrical systems but displays voltage with less accuracy. (Not a true RMS meter.) •Striker operates with a 4-point floating voltage average. Everything is working, but the (K)MPH reading is way off. •The speed sensor/magnet may be installed incorrectly. Double check installation. See page 14-15. •The wheel size setting may be incorrect. Please review wheel size measurement instructions in this manual. See page 16. FAQ Troubleshooting The screen is hazy or crazed. • The backlight won’t stay lit. •Striker’s internal battery is dead. •Why aren’t the LEDs working? •••The maintenance icons won’t clear off the screen. • Did gasoline, degreasers, or other chemical cleaners come in contact with Striker’s screen? Chemicals can damage Striker. Striker needs to be connected to vehicle’s 12 volt system in order for the backlight to be continuous on. Review installation procedure. See page 9 and 29. To replace the battery, use a coin to unscrew the round panel on the back of Striker. Remove the old battery and install the new one. Make sure the positive pole is facing up. Replace with common watch battery CR2302. See page 10. Striker needs to be connected to the vehicle battery in order for the LEDs to function. Settings must be programmed manually. See pages 35-36. The LEDs dim or go out if the vehicle battery voltage is too low. Go into setup mode and make sure OIL and CARE are both set to 0. The icons should then disappear from the normal screens. See page 37. 41 42 Glossary ACCUMULATED RIDE TIME (ART): The long-term total amount of time spent riding (all ride times added together.) ART cannot be reset. ADJUSTABLE DISTANCE EDIT: Special mode to edit the distance traveled since the last data reset. Page 23. AVERAGE SPEED (AVG SPD): The mean (average) speed the vehicle has been traveling since the last data reset. BACKLIGHT: The light that brightens up Striker’s display. (TRIP) DISTANCE (DST): The distance covered since the last data reset. LEDs: The LEDs at the top of Striker can be programmed to alert of problems with voltage or temperature. MAINTENANCE REMINDERS ( ): The user programmable countdown in miles or kilometers for oil and wrench reminder icons. MAXIMUM SPEED (MAX SPD): The fastest speed achieved since the last data reset. Glossary ODOMETER (ODO): The total accumulated distance Striker has traveled. The odometer is permanent and cannot be reset. RIDE TIME (RT): The amount of time the wheels have been rolling since the last data reset. SENSORS: The speed sensor works with the magnet to let Striker collect its wheel data; a second sensor measures the temperature. SLEEP MODE: If Striker doesn’t receive any sensory information it will go into Sleep Mode and only display the clock. SPEED (SPD): The vehicle’s current speed. STOP WATCH (TT): This is a short term, regular stop watch. VOLTAGE (V): The condition of the vehicle’s battery and electrical system. WHEEL SIZE: Very important. Used to determine speed and distance. Refer to the measurement section. Page 16-17. 43 44 LIMITED WARRANTY Within one year from the date of original purchase, Trail Tech will repair or replace, at its option, any Trail Tech powersport computer which is deemed defective in workmanship or materials. Please contact Trail Tech or the dealer where the item was purchased for assistance. Damage or injuries resulting from negligence or misuse are not covered by this warranty. Incidental or consequential damages are specifically excluded.* This warranty gives you specific legal rights. You may also have other rights which vary from state to state. *Because some states do not allow the exclusion of incidental or consequential damages, this exclusion may not apply to you. Trail Tech and Striker are trademarks of Trail Tech, Inc. trailtech.net Tech Support: (844) 378-8143 firstname.lastname@example.org
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