cycleops i410


(Edward Barron) #1

Any Progress getting the older cycleops machines working?

Or should we give up hope? :slight_smile:

 


(sean sloan) #2

In regards to working how?Ive got 2000 miles on mine.


(Edward Barron) #3

How do you control your power?

 


(Jason K) #4

While Zwift can read from the CycleOps IC’s, implementing the protocol for controlling the resistance has been more complicated, and our developers haven’t added it yet.  This will be coming in the future, however, so stay tuned!


(Domenic Crignano) #5

I also have a  IC400/410/420 Pro…shame because it’s a very powerful machine…looking forward to resistance control and support for the built-in cadence sensor


(Jason Buccellato) #6

We have an ic 420 Pro, and use the Joule head unit to control wattage in Zwift. The other option is to open up CVT on your phone app, and control wattage with the phone while simultaneously running Zwift on a laptop.  :)

 


(sean sloan) #7

so,am I correct in assuming that it works in ERG mode now?I rode earlier and didn’t use it,but after reading the update,I logged on and zwift found it as a controllable trainer.Almost wanted to hop on and give it a shot.


(Eric Cress (Team 10 Barrel)) #8

ERG mode seems to ‘work’ but there is no way to set the target power.  Right now I use an iPad to set the power using CVT or Trainerroad.  It would be great to be able to do all of this in Zwift; and to be able to use the customizable workouts like you can in Trainerroad or CVT.