14 responses

  1. Robin
    August 31, 2012

    Did P2Max give prices for the upcoming year? Will they get a US distributor, or will us ‘mericans have to buy from the Cannucks?

    Will any of the noted changes or updates change the stated accuracy of the P2Max?

    I can’t wait to see a test camparo between the P2Max, Quarq, Rotor, PowerTap, and SRM.

  2. Gunther
    August 31, 2012

    Do they transmit the temperature by ant+ ?
    So we can have temp readings on the garmin 910xt ?

  3. Andrea
    August 31, 2012

    Any update about Rotor Q-rings for the MTB version?

  4. Oranj
    August 31, 2012

    If this update solves the temperature drift that Power2Max suffer from, that’s v. cool. Wonder why they didn’t set up the strain gauges in a Wheatstone Bridge in the first place though? Perhaps that’s a tricky set-up?

  5. Jay Westcott
    September 1, 2012

    I’m actually very interested in the left/right power distro update. I had hip surgery a year ago and after having severe hip flexor issues during recovery I’m curious to know what my left (surgery) side does vs. my right. I haven’t had any drift issues that others have, btw.

  6. Uffe Lindhardt
    October 7, 2012

    I’ve seen the drift on long climbs, where there were no autozero’s, but I do not understand why it would take “between 15 and 40 minutes and multiple autozero’s to get level power”. Surely the reading should be correct after a single autozero until the strain gauge temperature changes again ?

  7. Rainmaker
    October 7, 2012

    The original Power2Max is well known to take upwards of 40 minutes to stop the drift (see Wattage forum for multiple cases of that). The multiple auto-zeros would attempt to ensure that while that was occurring (and after it completed) that it was reporting the correct power.

  8. Uffe Lindhardt
    October 7, 2012

    OK, Understood. Thermal inertia causing the extended period. So in a use situation with frequent autozero’s all should be OK. Thanks!

  9. Rainmaker
    October 7, 2012

    Yup, exactly – sorry for the confusion!

  10. 4tridad
    October 8, 2012

    How’s your testing of the new, updated unit going? And what is the latest info about a release here in the U.S. ?? Thanks.

  11. Adam Hardy
    October 17, 2012

    but still no way to calibrate the slope?

  12. Mats
    October 18, 2012

    Another one eagerly waiting for the test of the updated p2m.
    Keep up the good work!
    Mats

  13. Anonymous
    November 11, 2012

    Hello Dcrainmaker,

    any more new on the power2max upgrade? I’m thinking about buying one and i’d like to know if the new patch solves the drifting issues

  14. RichieC
    November 27, 2012

    Yep, same question as the comment above – have you had an opportunity to test the updated version of the power2max meter?

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