XCadey XPOWER-S Cycling Power Meter: Details // Data Review

Cadey XPOWER-S Cycling Power Meter is the cheapest spider based power meter on the market today coming in at US$299. This power meter was put up against the Lama Lab Test indoors and Lama Leg Test outdoors with progressively better results after a number of firmware updates were released addressing some issues I encountered. It was a journey getting it to match my other known/trusted power meters.

Tech Specifications:
Power Accuracy: +/- 1.5 %
Weight: 101 g / SRAM 110BCD
Battery Life: 150 Hours (Li-ion Battery)
Waterproof: IPX6
Wireless: ANT+ / Bluetooth 4.0
XCADEY APP: Diagnostic / Scaling / FW / zero offset.
Power Range: 0 – 2500 Watts
Cadence Range: 30 – 220 RPM
Woking Temperature: -10 – 50 ℃ (Active Temp Compensation)
Limited Warranty: 16 Months
Data: Power, Cadence, Balance

 

 

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Shane Miller

4 thoughts on “XCadey XPOWER-S Cycling Power Meter: Details // Data Review

  1. Hi Shane,

    I recently got a Rotor ALDHU 24mm with the XCADEY XPOWER-S 4 bolt 110 setup and I am going to run a comparison to my Elite Direto to test the accuracy. Wondering if you would like the data to analyze as a follow up to your review?

  2. Hello! You mentioned a reset procedure when a firmware updated failed on your xcadey power meter. Mine is also stuck, what was the reset procedure? Thanks!

    1. Hello, I have the same problem, I load a wrong firmware trying to pair two xcadeys. and now can´t connect to the app. I don´t know how to reset the xcadeys. Do you know any other way to reset?

      1. So if your device is stuck in DFU mode (the Bluetooth name would have DFU in it), you can long press the firmware upgrade button and you can upload new firmware to it. If you cannot connect to it via Bluetooth then I’m not sure. Hope that helps!

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