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SIGMA BC2006MHR DTS Wireless Bicycle Speedometer with Heart Rate Monitor and Altimeter

by Sigma

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  • 20+ Functions
  • Digitally Coded Wireless Speed & Heart Rate
  • Low Battery Indicator w/ Memory Chip
  • Easy to program/Tool Free installation
  • Waterproof
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Technical Details


Product Description

Product Description

The digitally coded BC 2006 MHR combines the classic features of a wireless bike computer with the most important altitude, heart rate and temperature functions. With the easy to operate 4-button navigation, mountain specialists and touring cyclists have fast access to all the important data on their ride. You can read 4 current values (altitude, heart rate, speed and another optional function of your choice) in one clear screen. All functions on the computer (except speed and distance) can be used off the bike while walking, running or hiking using the special hiking mode. 20+ Functions Wireless Speed + Heart Rate + Altimeter + Temperature: speed, avg speed, max speed, speed comparison, trip distance, total distance bike 1, total distance bike 2, total distance bike 1 + 2, clock, ride time, two bike programmable, total ride time bike 1, total ride time bike 2, total ride time bike 1+ 2, memory back up function, current/average/max HR, temperature, current altitude, trip climb, programmable trip segment, programmable timer.

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The digitally coded, the BC 2006 MHR DTS combines the classic features of a wireless bike computer with the most important altitude, heart rate and temperature functions. With the easy to operate 4-button navigation, mountain specialists and touring cyclists have fast access to all the important information on their ride. You can read 4 current values (altitude, heart rate, speed and another optional function) in one clear screen. All the functions on the computer can also be used off the bike using the special hiking mode.

The Digital Transmission System (DTS) explained.
Digital Transmission explained.
Sigma Sport BC 1706 HR DTS with speed transmitter and pulse monitor.
The top model for heart rate measurement.
Digital Transmission System (DTS) Explained
With 2-channel radio transmission (km/h and pedal frequency) and 100% digital encoding without data loss, the DTS system guarantees 100% data security of current speed and pedal frequency values during wireless reception. It does this by calculating all relevant data, encoding it and transmitting it in data packets to the integrated receiver in the bike computer. Disturbances such as power lines or mobile phones are no longer a problem as transmission is carried out over the so-called low frequency. A double security system also ensures that only the data packets from your own transmitter are evaluated by the receiver. This means that group rides are no problem.

A further security measure is redundant data transmission so that no data can be lost. The size and quality of the receiver has also been optimized by a specially developed Sigma chip (ASIC) and integrated into the bike computer which also saves on battery life.

General Functions:

  • 7 language settings, Dot matrix LCD readout, watertight design
  • LCD backlight
  • Low battery indicator
  • Backup function/through saving chip
  • Two wheel sizes adjustable
  • Clock and model name in standby

Heart rate functions:

  • Current heart rate
  • Average heart rate
  • Maximum heart rate

Bike Functions:

  • Current speed
  • Average speed
  • Comparison of actual and average speed
  • Maximum speed
  • Trip distance
  • Programmable trip section counter
  • Total distance bike 1*
  • Total distance bike 2*
  • Total distance bikes 1+2*

Time Functions:

  • Clock
  • Stop watch
  • Riding time
  • Total riding time bike 1*
  • Total riding time bike 2*
  • Total riding time bikes 1+2*
  • Programmable countdown timer forward/back

Altitude Measurement Functions:

  • Current altitude
  • Total altitude per day uphill/downhill
  • Total altitude uphill bike 1*
  • Total altitude uphill bike 2*
  • Total altitude uphill bike 1+2*
  • Current temperature

Walking functions:

  • Walking time
  • Current altitude
  • Total altitude per day uphill/downhill
  • Current temperature
  • Heart rate functions (like 1706 HR)
  • Timer
  • Clock

Manufacturer's Warranty
Five-year warranty on defective parts or products.

About Sigma Sport
Sigma Sport represents German technology at its highest level, combining innovative design with precision engineering. Sigma tests all their products in their in-house laboratories to withstand the harshest conditions, ensuring quality continually throughout production. All Sigma Sport standard lights conform to the stringent German traffic standard, and all Sigma Sport products are CE-approved.


Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 11.2 ounces
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
  • ASIN: B000RPZ9M2
  • Item model number: 2060
  • Average Customer Review: 2.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (15 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #865,474 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
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Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

And didn't come with batteries.
N8
At first I had the sensor too far down the fork, and had to move it right up by the brake calipers.
S. Saxon
The provided bands are not big enough to go around mtb suspension forks.
ark

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

20 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Philip J. Bohlken on October 1, 2007
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This summer I met a man in Germany who had lost more than 40 pounds while training for a half-marathon. He used a heart rate monitor to keep his pulse in the optimum fat burning zone and said, "It really works." I wanted a heart rate monitor that reads constantly and I can see while riding my bicycle, especially as winter approaches.

I chose the Sigma because the user can change the battery in the chest strap without sending it back to the factory. I like the digital packet transmissions that block interference from electrical lines and traffic lights.

The BC 2006 works well. I have lost pulse and MPH readouts a couple of times. Once this was due to lost electrical connection between the chest strap and my skin. Moistening my skin with water before putting the chest strap on helps. Once the chest strap changed its position on my skin and I lost the signal for a while. Tightening the strap a bit helps. Low batteries in the chest strap or the wheel sensor causes no readings, too. And, I often ride without my eyeglasses and it would be helpful if the pulse readout had a larger display.

The initial programming is involved and a little confusing. At times a bit more information in the manual would be helpful. A table of programming numbers for different wheel and tires sizes is given. But, it would be more helpful if the manual mentioned these are the circumference of the wheel with tire. I did not change wheels, but changed tires and the circumference changed, even though the size of the tires is the same. I measured the distance my tire rolls during one rotation with my weight on the bike and had to change the figure I entered in order to maintain accuracy.

The altimeter function is interesting. I am still learning to program and use it.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By ark on December 23, 2008
If you stop to talk to friends this bike computer will lock up and get in a state that no longer registers speed. The only way to reset it is to take it out of the mount and put it back in, not very safe when you're trying to ride along. The rubber band mounts did not fill me with confidence and I came back to my garage one day to find the sensor on the ground. good job that didn't happen on a ride. The provided bands are not big enough to go around mtb suspension forks. Try a VDO MC1.0 Wired Cycle Computer instead it's much better (but no Heart Rate Monitor).
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on June 7, 2009
I've had this unit for 6 months. It pretty much works as advertised, but-battery life and magnet strength in Xmitter is questionable. The sender has to be about 1-2 mm from the battery. That's a pretty tight fit, esp with carbon front forks. As the battery on the sender weakens, there's no real communication from it to tell what the problem is (I got a "Too Many Signals" error). On the computer unit, Temperature gauge isn't accurate, reads way too high, and there doesn't seem to be any way to calibrate it. The manual is thorough and detailed, but somehow confusing (What can I say? It's written by English speakers, not English thinkers)
On the positive side, The readout is very clear; you can do individual parameter resets, the rubber bands (o-rings really) are pretty tough, I haven't broken one yet, and it has a dual mount, stem or handlebar, which was very important for me, as I put safety brakes on my handle bar, which ate up real estate. At 120 bucks, it's pricey, but at 83? IMO that's getting into bargain territory for the feature set.
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9 of 12 people found the following review helpful By W. J. Herring on May 20, 2008
This is my second German-made computer (the other was a Ciclo). Both units are well made and have much-appreciated altitude and temperature features. The BC2006 MHR has an excellent display, especially for cyclists who must use prescription lenses (LARGE characters on display). Typical, poorly written instruction manual omits much in the way of explanation of the feature set. My biggest gripe has to do with mounting the computer and transmitter, both of which rely on o-rings. The Ciclo also used this system - don't the Germans know about zip-ties??? The BC2006 package shipped with an adapter for the transmitter that allows for attaching with two zip-ties, but the adapter (as described in a previous review) has a lip that extends into the spokes of the front wheel, making it virtually useless. It does not work on either of my two bikes/forks/wheel sets. Did these guys actually do any trials with this adapter before shipping it to dealers? Apparently not - it is AWFUL. If you feel confident about relying on a large rubber band for securing your $100 computer to your bike, good for you. I do not. It's a no-brainer as to whether an o-ring (not very durable and you lose your computer or transmitter if one breaks) versus the simple 2 zip-tie system everyone else in the world uses (more durable and if one breaks you keep your investment) is more reliable. I would have given this computer another star and a half if it wasn't for this design stupidity. It would have also been an easy addition to the feature set to include heart rate zone information, even if it meant losing a couple of other outputs (like time up/down and distance up/down). I am going to attempt using wire or other material to reinforce the o-rings, unless someone has figured out a better way of attaching the components to the frame. Finally, I've heard battery life is really bad, but I don't have enough ride time to comment on this.
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