Sigma Sport ROX 10.0 GPS basic
You asked for it and we delivered. The ROX10.0 GPS is the first SIGMA bike computer with GPS - The features you need, the price you want from the brand you trust.
The ROX10.0 GPS comes equipped with a GPS receiver, route navigation and ANT+ wireless transmission technology. With the included DATA CENTER evaluation, planning and mapping software, the ROX10.0 GPS is the perfect companion for any professional athlete in training.
The ROX 10.0 GPS has a GPS receiver capable of route navigation. You can navagate routes previously saved or newly created.
The five navigation functions and graph based illustration of the route offer excellent route guidance. The navigation functions include time to destination, distance to destination, off-track alarm, waypoint alarm, wrong direction alarm, and the track view.
Power Meter Compatibility
In addition to the power calculation of the ROX 10.0 GPS, all power meters using ANT+ transmission technology can be paired to the ROX 10.0 GPS.
Power target zone
Define your upper and lower wattage thresholds. Once defined, the device indicates in graph format and by alarm if the rider is outside the zone.
Intelligent Altitude Calibration
The IAC+(intelligent altitude calibration plus) makes calibrating the altitude simple. The altitude can be calibrated by the current altitude, the starting altitude or the air pressure. In addition, the altitude measurement is frozen when the device is in standby mode and restarted again at the last stored altitude in active mode. This prevents undesired altitude changes due to the constantly changing weather.
The IAC+ technology makes it possible to store the position each time the user calibrates the device. The altitude is then automatically calibrated each time this location is reached. The locations can be viewed in the altitude point list.
Laps can be evaluated in detail with 20 different functions recorded per lap. If you use the lap counter, a pop-up window opens in which the three to six previously defined functions are displayed.
The ROX10.0 GPS stores all data with a recording interval as short as one second. The recording intervals can also be increased if such frequent saving is not required (1, 2, 5, 10, 20 and 30 sec). The position, altitude, speed, distance, cadence, heart rate, time, temperature, incline, and power are all saved.
SIGMA SPORT uses electrocardiographic measurements to measure heartrate. The ECG accuracy is regularly validated during development and quality-control testing.
The ROX 10.0 GPS 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 zones 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
Riders can choose between the customized zone, the fitness zone or the fat burning zone or choose to disable this function. The device indicates in graph format and by alarm if the rider leaves the zone.
Favorites A + B
Of the 87 functions, up to 10 can be defined at a time in BIKE COMPUTER mode, six in track mode, six in elevation profile mode and six in the lap display.
During a training session, the short menu can be accessed by pressing a two button combination. This can be used to quickly switch between favorites A and B, load a track, make important track settings, define the target zone, switch the auto-pause function on and off, calibrate the altitude, select the bike, or calibrate the digital three-axis compass.
Training analysis with
Before setting off on a ride, the DATA CENTER can be used to create a route which can be transmitted to the ROX10.0 GPS. After training, the data can be downloaded and analyzed on a Mac or PC. DATA CENTER can be used to transfer GPS data and conduct comprehensive statistical and graph-based evaluation of all the recorded data.
The ROX10.0 GPS stores all ride data with a recording interval as short as 1 second. This menu can be used to access, evaluate, and even delete all saved trips. Six bike, nine heart rate, four time, five performance, three temperature, three altitude,
ten ascent, nine descent, and three lap functions can be evaluated and each lap as well as the entire route and five graph-based analyses can be displayed.