Sole Fitness F65 AC (2019)

Thanks i got it to work with my apple tv. Was wondering if I could run zwift and runcline on my iphone concurrently but it appears the answer is no. That’s fine though, I will use apple tv to run on zwift now. Appreciate the help.

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Hi @Carrieres_Turbo_Pasc

Pascal

I’m been following this thread some days ago. I have an F63 since 6 months ago working directly to zwift with no problems

If I use RunCline, what are the benefits? I still don’t get it

Thanks

Carlos

Hi Carlos,

There are a couple advantages, but it depends on your setup and how you train:

  • RunCline can read incline directly from the treadmill and allow you to get elevation gains in Zwift.
  • If your F63 is a non-US model, it would be possible for RunCline to control the incline from your treadmill and make it the same as in Zwift.
  • This may be less useful to you but RunCline gives you a power estimate of your effort based on incline. It allows you to modulate your speed with incline to maintain a constant effort.
  • If you are using an AppleTV, you can only pair 2 bluetooth devices. RunCline can connect up to 3 devices (TM, HRM and a foot pod) and present itself as a single device to AppleTV so you can still connect a Bluetooth headset to it.
  • The rest if more for people that do not have a supported treadmill in Zwift, people running with a Stryd foot pod, etc…

Let me know if you have more questions.

Best regards,

Pascal

The F63 (as many BT Devices that are sensors) can only handle one BT connection - so I found that if I pair BT HRM to F63 it will not connect to Zwift. As soon as I disconnect the HRM from F63 I can connect to it from Zwift. So I must use the F63 for speed/distance and the HRM must be paired to the Zwift app as a sensor separately. If I am incorrect - happy to hear it :slight_smile:

Hi Pascal,

RunCline works only with Zwift? Or can it be used with Rouvy too?

Thanks

Hi Sergio,

Thank you for your inquiry. RunCline works with Rouvy, Kinomap and Zwift.

Best regards,

Pascal