Heart rate or cadence

Training zones

3 training zones can be selected in the MC 2.0 WL.

  • The FIT and FAT zones are automatically calculated from the set personal data and from the personal maximum HR.
  • The values for the OWN zone are similarly calculated, but can be adjusted individually.


The MC 2.0  WL has a digital, two-channel wireless receiver. It can therefore not only display the speed but also use the second receiver channel to process either the heart rate or cadence and display the values on the display.

What do you want today?

Heart rate or cadence? The MC 2.0 WL can display not only the speed but also either the heart rate or cadence. The sensor selection is used to select the heart rate transmitter or the cadence transmitter.

CAUTION: it is not possible to simultaneously display both the heart rate and the cadence on the MC 2.0  WL.


What does DW mean?


DW stands for “Digital Wireless” and “Double Wireless”. It stands for not only digitally transmit data from transmitters to the receiver but also for the two-channel wireless transmission of speed + heart rate or speed + cadence

Sensor range

How near to my MC 2.0 do my sensors need to be?

With a range of

  • 75 cm (30 inches) for the speed transmitter
  • 90 cm (35 inches) for the cadence transmitter
  • 90 cm (35 inches) for the heart rate transmitter

all normal mounting positions are covered.


The MC 2.0 WL automatically pairs with all selected transmitters if the computer is in the handlebar bracket.

During pairing, the transmitter sends digital encodings to the receiver in the computer. These encodings are stored in the computer. After the pairing, the computer only processes the data with the encoding that the transmitter provided during the pairing. Data with other encoding is not processed.

Users can therefore cycle in a group with several computers without their neighbor's data interfering with theirs.

Digital wireless transmission

The MC 2.0 has a 2-channel digital wireless transmission.

It can receive either:

  • speed + heart rate or
  • speed + cadence

Note: Heart rate and cadence cannot be received simultaneously.

  • Each transmitter generates its own coding. Thus, “cross-talking” is effectively prevented while riding in a group.
  • The pairing of the transmitter with the computer is carried out automatically in MC 2.0 WL.
  • Insert computer into the handlebar bracket and set off; computer does the pairing on its own.

The basic principle

Pairing Digital Wireless

Bike recognition


MC 2.0 WR = wired

By pressing the button combination MENU + BIKE, the computer switches between BIKE 1 and BIKE 2

The number 1 or 2 is shown on the display depending on the setting.


MC 2.0 WL = wireless

Thanks to the encoded wireless transmission, the sensors are already assigned to the computer and the values transmitted can be correctly allocated.

Sensor kits

The MC 2.0 WR and MC 2.0 WL both have different kits that can be used to equip the second bike.



Bike detection makes it possible to use the MC 2.0 for two bikes. Both versions (with wireless transmission or wired) differ in the way they detect the desired bike:

  • the MC 2.0 WL (wireless) has an automatic bike recognition function
  • the MC 2.0 WR (wired) has a manual bike selection function

What does "bike recognition" mean?

The values to be stored in the computer are assigned to the correct bike. This means, for example, that the total distance for BIKE 1 is not added to the total distance for BIKE 2.


  • Total distance bike 1
  • Total trip time bike 1
  • Total altitude gain bike 1
  • Maximum altitude bike 1
  • Total downhill altitude loss bike 1
  • Total distance bike 2
  • Total trip time bike 2
  • Total altitude gain bike 2
  • Maximum altitude bike 2
  • Total downhill altitude loss bike 2


Setting the sensors


To differentiate between which wireless sensor is used for which bike, the transmitter must be correctly configured. To do this, move the slide control in the battery compartment into the desired position.


Altitude settings

Selecting the start altitude

Press and hold the ALTI button for a few seconds.


Air pressure above NN

The value for the air pressure above NN for the specific place can be found on several weather websites such as


or read from a barometer on site. (Caution: this has to be set to air pressure above NN!)


In the MC 2.0, the altitude can be recalibrated using the

  • start altitude 1
  • start altitude 2
  • current altitude.

This process is known as recalibration.


The MC 2.0 measures the current air pressure and converts this into an altitude figure. Depending on the weather, the air pressure changes every day. The start altitude, however, remains unchanged.

During recalibration, the currently measured air pressure is calculated against the set start altitude and the MC 2.0 displays the start altitude as the current altitude.

Recalibrating to the current height

In addition to selecting the start altitude, you can also enter the current altitude if you are not setting off from start altitude 1 or start altitude 2. The current altitude can be entered

  • as an altitude above normal null (NN) in meters or feet or
  • as the air pressure above NN.

The MC 2.0 then recalculates the air pressure at the correct current altitude.




Which batteries?

The MC 2.0 and the transmitters for cadence, heart rate and speed all use the same batteries.

BAT 3V: 3 V battery, type 2032 (ref. no. 1013)

Permanent memory


Storage of data during battery change


Battery indicator

BatterieThe MC 2.0 provides information on the display when the battery level drops below a critical level. The user then has sufficient time to replace the battery.

All data and settings are saved during battery replacement.

Data storage during replacement of battery

When replacing batteries,

  • all settings (wheel size) and
  • all data (total distance, trip time) are stored.

A permanent memory ensures that the data is not lost even if the battery fails.




To prevent the backlight being active during daylight hours, the MC 2.0 automatically disables the LIGHT MODE following SLEEP MODE.

This saves energy so that the batteries last for longer.

Display with backlight


The MC 2.0 has a large illuminated display. The LIGHT-MODE is switched on after pressing the buttons:

  • BIKE + C
Every time a button is now pressed, the backlight will illuminate for a few seconds.

Packaging Content / Prices

Accessoriy prices

For prices see pdf-file:


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What accessory is included in the packaging?

Packaging contents for MC 2.0 WL / WR