The ROX 6.0 displays the elevation profile for the last three miles ridden.
In addition to the current altitude,
the ROX 6.0 measures total feet ridden uphill or downhill, maximum elevation and the elevation profile of the last 3 miles ridden. Altitude data can be tracked separately for 2 different bicycles.
Calibrate by a defined starting altitude, the current altitude, or the current pressure at sea level. IAC - Intelligent Altitude Calibration - stores the current altitude in sleep mode. If your bike ride starts where the last ride ended, there is no need to re-calibrate.
Press and hold the lap button to access the lap view. In Lap View, you can evaluate the individual laps and the individual values for each lap, such as the lap time, time since start, lap distance, and distance since start, maximum speed and heart rate, average speed, heart rate, and cadence, and the number of calories burned per lap.
Twist the ROX 6.0 into the wristband to hide the bike functions and begin hiking mode. In hiking mode, the key functions include heart rate, hiking time, altitude, general time functions and graphs of the target and intensity zones.
The ROX 6.0 has four standardized or customizable intensity zones. The display shows the amount of time spent in each zone throughout the training session as well as the current intensity zone. The default intensity zone settings are BE1, BE1/2, BE2 and CE.
BE1: Basic endurance 1, 60-70% of the HR max
BE1/2: Basic endurance 1/2, 70-80% of the HR max
BE2: Basic endurance 2, 80-90% of the HR max
CE: Competition endurance, 90 – 100% of the HR max
The technology used by SIGMA SPORT to measure heart rate is based on electrocardiographic measurements. The ECG accuracy is regularly validated during development and quality-control testing.
The ROX 6.0 CAD has an STS cadence transmitter. The current and average cadence are displayed.
The number of calories burned is shown on the display. This figure is calculated based on the current heart rate and personal data such as gender, age, and weight.
The DATA CENTER software makes ride data simple to download, track and analyze. The start page features a concise summary for quick analysis.
The trip data is automatically recorded in the log and can be optionally downloaded to the SIGMA DATA CENTER evaluation software. Up to 19 hours can be recorded in the log.