Treadmill Smart Speed (TSS) Info

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Available in the Apple Appstore - Here

 

F.A.Q

1. Q. Can I run Zwift and TSS on the same device?

A. No, typically have Zwift running on an iPad and TSS on an iPhone.

2.Q Can I use my Apple Watch?

A.  Yes. It transmits Speed, Cadence and HR to your iPhone which is then available to Zwift (Zwift must be on a separate device). Also available to any other Bluetooth receiver. e.g. Sport Watches.

3.Q Can I use a MAC (*requires BLE 4.0) ?

A. Yes. Update:29 th Jan 2017. A new update to the Zwift software has now enable the pairing of BLE Running Speed Sensors with Zwift. 

*Connection to MAC Requires BLE 4.0 :
  • The Mac mini , MacBook Air were both updated with Bluetooth 4.0 support in 2011.
  • The MacBook Pro Mac  2012.
  • The Mac Pro in December 2013.
http://www.imore.com/how-tell-if-your-mac-has-bluetooth-40

4.Q Can I use a PC ?

A. No and Yes. Zwift does NOT support a direct PC connection for your Bluetooth Speed Sensor, you need to connect via the Mobile Link app. Unfortunately you cannot run TSS at the same time as Mobile Link so you will need two iPhones :(

Checkout the ZWIFT support for the full low down on BLE and PCs

https://support.zwift.com/hc/en-us/articles/206576683-Bluetooth-LE-BLE-Support

5.Q. Is TSS only compatible with Zwift?

A. No. TSS acts like a normal footpod sensor, so *should be compatible with any BLE(BlueTooth Low Energy) device that would normally use a BLE footpod.

* should - TSS has not been tested with all possible devices(I am only one guy) I have tested with Polar Beat and Wahoo Fitness App.

6.Q Can I calibrate my iPhone when in Arm Band Mode.

A. No, TSS uses the information directly from the iPhone motion sensor as calibrated by Apple.

7.Q Can I calibrate my Watch to be more accurate.

A. Yes, Apple has the following guidelines for calibrating watch Workout data. https://support.apple.com/en-gb/HT204516