View and Download Cateye MICRO Wireless CC-MCW owner’s manual online. Micro wireless ciclocomputer. MICRO Wireless CC-MCW Bicycle. So – I got a new wireless computer for my bike today – a CatEye MICRO Wireless Cycle Computer (CC-MCW) – and the instructions are. Cc-mcw micro wireless, Micro wireless, 5 mm • Read online or download PDF • CatEye CC-MCW [Micro Wireless] User Manual.

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It is nice to see this written clearly. The instructions that came with my cateye suck You’re right, the people spend the money with this product and the manufacturer writes one of the worst instructions manual i ever seen in my life. You have done the entire cc-mv100w community a great service with this web page; my only regret is that it took me about two days of Internet searching before I finally found it.

As an older road rider living in Southern California, I want to say “thanks” for your very majual effort and, also, I hope you and the rest of the lads in the UK are finally over manal little skirmish we had with you about years ago Thank you so much for posting this — my husband and I are just getting into biking and you saved us a lot of time trying to decipher those terrible instructions.

I’m an airline pilot who is use to following complex schematics on jet aircraft. Although certian assumptions had to be made with regards to their CatEye instruction sheet, I personally found the instructions to flow reasonably smoothly.

It may be helpfull if they had a video on their website that would assist with the set-up. It’s good that your career area give you a heads up on following the “instruction flow. In general, I have always been dismayed that in almost every endeavor, instructions are boiled down to sketches and icons rather than simple written instructions that tell one explicitly what needs to be done.

The instructions above allowed me to set up my Cateye unit in less than five minutes. I spent twenty minutes trying to follow the Cateye-supplied “manual” before I told myself that I’d have a better chance of finding an online solution written by someone as equally disrespectful of the Cateye manual as I. Less than a minute searching and five minutes following the instructions, and I am finished.

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Thank you so much. Might I put in a reference for you when you apply for work at the Cat Eye company??

I’ve had CatEyes for years and always have trouble figuring out how to reset the time and odometer. In the past I’ve gone back to bike shops and they, too, have had to fool around with it until they stumbled upon the correct sequence.

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I just spent about twenty minutes trying to figure it out again as I changed the size of my tires. Now I’ve written your instructions on my manual so I won’t forget next time. Much thanks for posting–this is what I needed- clueless from the directions in the box-now I’m good to go!

I, too, am so grateful for your assistance. My battery had to be replace and Xc-mc100w needed the manual which I could not find had cateye for 4 cc-mc1000w Your directions helped me fly mannual the set up. They need to hire you for the writing of janual manual, which was needlessly complicated. I cc-mc100e replaced the battery and want to hang on to my glory.


Thanks, Dave Cary dcary hotmail. Presumably that will save the battery. Thank you for posting this, it’s really helpful. Cateye should buy this post from you and add it to their mqnual. Thank you so much for such clear and concise explanations for turning what should have been simple back to simple once again. Found your Blog just in time for my scheduled Brighton bike ride tomorrow. I’ve had the cateye for seven years, and I’m a tech guy, but that manual When I started having problems with the computer and had to reset it, I was stymied.

So I just stopped using it for years. Cheers for these instructions. The manual is a load of rubbish, but this makes setting the device so simple. I’ve just changed bikes so it was good to reset everything easily. Never would have figured the clock set from the users guide.

I’ll print your work and carry it with me.

Does anyone know what circumference setting works with a 29er? The manual only goes up to C. The easiest way to get the input number is to put a dot of grease on your front tyre, roll the bike in a straight line and measure between the two dots now marked on the floor, centre to centre in millimeters is your number.

I feel better now my husband was laughing at me because I could not figure out the manual. It is nice to know I was cc-,c100w the only one. Your instructions were much easier to follow. Great, thanks for the help. I forgot about the button on the bottom of the unit to actually make the changes. The selection A and B is for two wheel sizes on the same bike. Only the wheel magnet is needed for the second set of wheels.

Very informative and well written post! Quite interesting and nice topic chosen for the post. Very clear concise instructions. Much better than the Cateye ones.

Thank you so much for helping me look like a “pro” in my husbands eyes. Thank you very much! I lost my instructions useless as they are and changed my battery today.

It’s UNbelievable how bad the instructions with these Cateyes are. But – you’ve cc-mc10w my day! Now my device is ready to go for tomorrow’s ride. Greetings from Maual Valley, CA! I got a new battery for my very old Cateye and the instructions were long gone, so I downloaded a copy from the Internet and I could not make heads manuwl tails of how to format the damn thing, and then I found this link and I heard music cx-mc100w the cc-mc1100w opened up.

Manua you for taking the time to do this, and if you’re ever in Simi Valley I will take to a tavern and ply you with food and strong drink. It’s the American way! My husband and I spent the better half of a day trying to figure out how to set the clock and until we found your instructions and finally we got it done.

Hi, I have struggled with these stupid dc-mc100w for five years now. Just followed your set up and did it in 10 minutes.

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Thank you for restoring my sanity. Very well done, Sir! Really simple, helpful instructions. Took me 5 minutes to set mine up. Now if you could just write some instructions for building an IKEA fitted wardrobe Cateye should hire you.

Hard to believe this is the only place to find clear, usable instructions on the operation of the Cateye computer. How do u set this up if your wheel size is mm this is for a. This seems to be a very common complaint and having sat down for a while and done a bit of research on the net, I can now write out some instructions to hopefully save some people a bit of time!!!

There is an option to use this computer on two bikes and save two sets of data. I think this is a bit pointless seeing as you have to buy a whole new sensor and mountings for your second bike and may as well then get a second computer.

Therefore, I’ve ignored the ‘2 bikes’ options.

It’s a rubbish idea! This is perhaps the clearest of the instructions in the manual. I would suggest fitting the sensor first. I mounted mine on the right hand side of my fork opposite to the disc brake and about halfway up.

You basically cable tie the sensor to cc-mc10w fork don’t do it too tight at first then slide the magnet onto the spoke. The trick here is get the magnet to glide past the sensor zone marked on the sensor with a gap of 5mm or less between the two. This is VERY important! It’s a case of tweaking to move the arm of the sensor round and the cc-mc100ww up and down to get the best path. Don’t forget cc-mc100q realistically you need to keep the sensor cc-mcc100w computer less than about 50cm apart for it to pick up the signal!

Once you’ve done this successfully, you will hear a nice quiet ‘tick’ when the magnet passes the sensor as you spin the wheel. I snipped the cable ties down to leave 1cm spare to pull on with pliers should it work loose, which is unlikely, but you never know. Mount the computer on the handlebars how you want. I prefer in the centre as I have a lockout switch on the right hand side of my handlebars already.

It needs this so it can cc-m100w your distance according to how many rotations the wheel has made. You can find your tyre size either printed on the side of your tyre or in the owners manual and then match it to the table below to get your circumference figure for the Computer. On the screen, you should see a small wheel flashing with a figure next to it You can set this to 12 or 24 hour see later. This is your total distance travelled since the last time you reset the Cycle Computer.

This clears everything but the Odometer. This takes you to the Advanced Functions menu. Alternatively – go buy a second computer!!