No, only the PowerControl V will work with a wired PowerMeter.
This condition can have several causes:
No. SRMMac is only compatible with PowerControl VI and PowerControl 7.
Yes, but you have to use a USB to serial port converter cable.
In the SRM software, open up “PowerControl setup” and click on “Clear Odo Values.”
The keypad has become disconnected from the circuit board. Please download the Service Form and send in your PowerControl to an SRM Service Center.
No, if you open the PowerControl, all warranty is voided and you will be responsible for all repair costs.
Your PowerControl VI or 7 can be charged via the wall charger or with the download cable via your computer. Charging your PowerControl via the wall charger will speed up the time required to accept a full charge. If you have a PowerControl V, it can only be charged via the wall charger. If your PowerControl will no longer accept a charge, the battery needs to be replaced at an SRM Service Center.
If you have a PowerControl VI or PowerControl 7, it will automatically adjust the zero offset during your ride. However, you should still set the zero offset before every ride to ensure the most accurate data. See page 9 of our manual for instructions.
Normalized Power is a term calculated and trademarked by TrainingPeaks. The PC8 can be configured to display Normalized Power via the SRM PC8 Device Agent. The PowerControl 7 calculates/displays average power, heart rate, speed, and cadence; normalized power is not available on the PC7.