Properly enable the status LED to prevent the unit from appearing non-functional when an incomplete mechanical connection between the pod and spindle occurs.
Changes made from version 3.81 to 3.90:
Correct accelerometer start-up error that was preventing meaningful data from being captured and reported
Fixed a condition where Vector could cause a display to divide by zero when receiving torque data
Install angle can be set in a pedal to pedal disconnected state.
Improved battery monitoring to make it less susceptible to sampling noise
Improved handling of parameter conflict between multiple displays
Prevent users from setting scale factor outside of the 0.75 to 1.25 range
Changes made from version 3.50 to 3.81:
Corrected two radio issues that were causing persistent loss of data reception either from the left side or from the entire system.
Improved pedal to pedal sync time.
Reduced opportunities for spontaneous un-pairing of pedals.
Corrected a math error that was causing periodic balance spikes.
Transmit time-averaged torque while coasting.
Changes made from version 2.71 to 3.50:
Added rider position determination (Seated/Standing) cycling dynamic when connected to a compatible Garmin display [dual sensing Vector 1 and 2 systems only].
Made static offset calibration time constant; it will always take 5 seconds if successful.
Enabled pairing and unpairing of Vector S and 2S pedals from a compatible Garmin display.
Improved speed of connecting to pedals for firmware upgrade from a compatible Garmin display.
Improved initiation of cycling dynamics from a compatible Garmin display [dual sensing Vector 1 and 2 systems only].
Allow TE/PS to be enabled or disabled on compatible Garmin display devices [dual sensing Vector 1 and 2 systems only].
Fixed issue where the install angles were not properly being reset when unplugging the spindle or when commanded by a compatible Garmin display.
Various fixes to address issues related to calibration errors, left pedal drop outs and poor TE/PS data.
Changes made from version 2.70 to 2.71:
Fixed messaging issue that would prevent a partially failed upgrade from being successfully retried.
Changes made from version 2.60 to 2.70:
Add calculation and output of Cycling Dyanmics, Power Phase.
Add calculation and output of Cycling Dynamics, Peak Power Phase.
Add calculation and output of Cycling Dynamics, Platform Centre Offset (PCO).
Changes made from version 2.40 to 2.60:
Removed dynamic calibration functionality. Testing of previous improvements to the static calibration routine have revealed that this feature is no longer needed.
Improved display channel start times. A timing bug was causing the display channel to only start 30s after wakeup.
Changes made from version 2.10 to 2.40:
Enabled generation and reporting of torque effectiveness (TE) and pedal smoothness (PS) data to a connected display that supports reporting this data, such as the Edge 510/810. Requires latest Edge software update.
Log an error if a crank length has been set more than 10mm different from the internally generated estimate (error 100 on Sensor Details/About page of Edge 510/810 devices). Requires latest Edge software update.
Log an error if an install angle has changed more than 5 degrees from the stored value (error 200 on Sensor Details/About page of Edge 510/810 devices). Requires latest Edge software update.
Fixed an overflow condition that was causing power and balance spikes.
Fixed a timing issue that was causing an intermittent calibration error to be reported (2/512/514).
Shortened the duration of the static calibration process from 10 to 6 seconds in most cases.
Added a mechanism that prevents multiple head units from continually resetting the crank length which was preventing power data from being reported.
Only report left sensor missing if the left side of the system is not found on wakeup or if the left pedal becomes disconnected from the pedal pod during a ride.
Changes made from version 2.00 to 2.10:
Fixed a condition where Vector may not report power or cadence for up to four minutes after performing a static calibration.