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Cateye MICRO Wireless CC-MC100W Owner’s Manual

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. 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.

Debbie Steiniger 14 October at My battery had to be replace and I needed the manual which I could not find had cateye for 4 years Your directions helped me fly through the set up. Very well done, Sir! Cheers for these instructions. Kevin 17 March at I just replaced the battery and want to hang on to my glory.

CatEye CC-MCW [Micro Wireless] manuals

SET This is used to set your clock. 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. As an older road rider living in Southern California, I want to say “thanks” for your very credible effort and, also, I hope you and the rest of the lads in the UK are finally over that little skirmish we had with you about years ago Grange34 3 November at I’m an airline pilot who is use to following complex schematics on jet aircraft.


The manual is a load of rubbish, but this makes setting the device so simple. This takes you to the Advanced Functions menu. Really simple, helpful instructions.

Alternatively – go buy a second computer!! It’s a case of tweaking to move the arm of the sensor round and the magnet up and down to get the best path. 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.

Thank 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.

Maryellen Gray 25 August at Hard to believe this is the only place to find clear, usable instructions on the mabual of the Cateye computer. Does anyone know what circumference setting works with a 29er? It needs this so it can compute your distance according to how many rotations the wheel has made.


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 or tails of how to format the damn thing, and then I found this link and I heard music as the heavens opened up. When you first go into it, the 12h will be flashing. However, as far as bike computers go, as a whole package it’s awesome! Jason 24 May at Jack 27 March at Becky Amiss 14 May at Allan Quizon 30 April at I feel better now my husband was laughing at me because I could not figure out the manual.


Thank you so much for helping me look like a “pro” in my husbands eyes. It is nice to see this written clearly. Thanks, Dave Cary dcary hotmail. This is your total distance travelled since the last time you reset the Cycle Computer. Quite interesting and nice topic chosen for the ,anual.

Although certian assumptions had to be made with regards to their CatEye instruction sheet, I personally found the instructions to flow reasonably smoothly. Tomoko 22 October at How Well Does it Work?

CatEye CC-MC100W [Micro Wireless] User Manual

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. Cateye should hire you. Some Other Useful Resources: 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. Bob Collett 7 January at Cos 14 January at Unknown 21 July at The manual only goes up to C.

Greetings from Simi Valley, CA! Jack Pommer 29 May at