Follow these step by step videos to install your iQ2 pedal power meter and you’ll be on the road in no time.
ROAD pedal installation video - left side
ROAD pedal installation video - right side
MTB pedal installation video - left side
MTB pedal installation video - right side
The iQsquare power meter pedal is equipped with a thin film strain gauge and a load cell. The strain gauge is directly deposited on the axle and is molecularly bonded to the surface. This is a highly accurate and fully automated process which results in absolutely identical power meters during production.
A single-sided power meter pedal measures the power produced by one leg and multiplies the measurement by two. This is a good solution for your budget, however it is very common to have a difference in produced power between the left and right leg, which lies in the range of 5 - 20% and results in a large measurement error. This measurement fault is not so important when comparing your own results, but comparing power data with other riders can be misleading.
Therefore, it is recommended to use a power meter pedal set for a precise measurement.
We're currently cranking up production to meet the huge demand for our power meters. If you get in line for your Road power meter now, we expect to deliver to you in January 2021. For MTB pedals we expect Q1 2021 delivery.
- Total power
- Left/right balance (when using power meter pedal set)
- Torque effectiveness
- Pedal smoothness
Yes, the weight limit is 120 kg / 265 lb.
The CR2032 Lithium coin cell has a battery life of up to 140 hours.
The iQsquare pedal power meter is compatible with all bikes. We offer specifically designed pedals for both road and mountain bikes, which can also be used for track and triathlon.
When installing the iQsquare power meter for the first time on your bike, our configuration app (available for Android and iOS) helps you set up your power meter step by step.