Is SRM power meter compatible with Garmin?

Is SRM power meter compatible with Garmin?

The SRM Wireless PowerMeter is ANT+ compatible. There are a number of ANT+ bike computers on the market (e.g. Garmin) which will connect with the SRM PowerMeter; however, SRM can not guarantee that data displayed on third party head units is accurate to the standard of the SRM PowerControl.

How do I connect my Garmin SRM?

Once you have the magnet installed correctly, the SRM is activated by spinning the cranks. To pair to the 500, you go into the Menu, Settings, Bike Settings, and find Ant+ Power, click on ANT+ Power, be sure it is set to YES and click on Rescan (be sure you have spun the cranks to activate the SRM first).

How do I calibrate my Garmin SRM?


  1. Spin the cranks backwards a few times to wake up the power meter.
  2. Position the cranks in a horizontal position (3 and 9 o’clock)
  3. On your bicycle computer or Garmin Connect app, navigate to the calibration page and select Calibrate.
  4. You should receive a message saying “Calibration Successful”

How do I wake up my SRM power meter?

Rotate the cranks a full revolution to wake the PowerMeter. 3. From the Real-Time screen, press MODE and SET simultaneously to enter the Zero Offset mode. This screen displays the current Zero Offset and the previously stored Zero Offset.

What power meters are compatible with Garmin?

Power data helps pros and competitive cyclists train smarter. Compatible power meters include models from Quarq, SRM, iBike® and PowerTap.

Can Garmin watch connect to power meter?

Officially, power meters are not supported on Garmin’s Venu & Vivoactive watch series. In fact, this actually works on any Garmin watch that supports Connect IQ Data Fields (so, that would include something like a Forerunner 230/235 series).

Is quarq compatible with Garmin?

The Garmin Edge® 500, 705 and 800 bike computers and Forerunner® 310XT multisport watch work with compatible third-party ANT+™ power meters to display your power output in watts as you ride. Compatible power meters include models from Quarq, SRM, iBike® and PowerTap.

What heart rate monitors are compatible with Garmin?

350 Compatible Products

Product Brand Activities
vivofit® 2 Garmin Health Monitoring
vivofit 3 Garmin Health Monitoring, Other
vivoactive™ Garmin Cycling, Gym/Indoor Fitness, Health Monitoring, Running, Swimming, Other
vivoactive HR Garmin Cycling, Gym/Indoor Fitness, Health Monitoring, Running, Other

What does power meter calibration do?

Calibration is a one-time procedure that happens at the factory. When your power meter is manufactured, the calibration process essentially sets the relationship between the force measurement input and output. The factory calibrates your power meter by setting what is called the ‘slope’.

How do I connect my Garmin 530 Power Meter?

Pairing Your Wireless Sensors

  1. Bring the device within 3 m (10 ft.) of the sensor.
  2. Select Menu > Settings > Sensors > Add Sensor.
  3. Select an option: Select a sensor type.
  4. Select one or more sensors to pair with your device.
  5. Select Add Sensor. When the sensor is paired with your device, the sensor status is Connected.

How long does SRM battery last?

SRM claims the Origin will run for 100 hours on a full charge and is rechargeable 500 times. Fifty thousand hours is more than 26x the run time for the static battery. Put another way, if you average 15 miles per hour across all rides (races to café spins), the Origin battery will last 750,000 miles.

How do I connect my SRM PC8 to WIFI?

Setup wifi connections on PC8 In the Main Menu screen navigate to the Settings menu and then to the Connecfivity menu. Select WIFI to access WIFI options.

How does Garmin Express update maps and software?

Manage and Update Your Garmin Device Use Garmin Express to update maps and software, sync with Garmin Connect™ and register your device. This desktop software notifies you when updates are available and helps you install them.

Which is the successor to the SRM PC7 head unit?

Updated August 30th, 7:58PM with clarifications/additions from SRM, see note at end for summary of changes. Today SRM unwrapped their PC8 head unit, which is the successor to their existing PC7 head unit that’s on the market today.

What kind of connectivity does the SRM pc8 have?

The PC8 is without question the biggest technological jump we’ve seen from SRM, packing in every communications chip type that’s on the market today into a single device: GPS, WiFi, Bluetooth 4.0, accelerometers, and ANT+. To start off with a visual refresher, here’s a quick before and after comparing the PC7 to the PC8:

Is there a use for SRM power measurement?

SRM representatives believe there’s no value today in measuring power elsewhere, nor in providing left/right measurement. They did concede recovery from injury was a potential use case for left/right power measurement, but don’t see any plans to add it.