InfoCrank Tech

InfoCrank is technically dense, yet incredibly simple to use

What allows us to assert so plainly that InfoCrank is the most accurate power meter available today? Read on to find out why.

The design and manufacture of your InfoCrank is the culmination of years of behind the scenes research and testing.  We control the whole process to ensure our accuracy claims are, well, accurate.  We then submit our InfoCranks to external verification.

Designed for true and precise power measurement

1 : Tangential load (power generating) – This force generates power as the crank rotates.  A power meter should accurately measure this force, or its equivalent torque about the bottom bracket bearings.

2 : Axial load – Produces tension or compression in the crank arm. It is highest when the rider’s weight acts downward on the pedal when the pedal is at its lowest point.

3 : Side load  –  This load can be present when the rider leans the bike during hard acceleration.

4 : Pedal axis torque – It is not possible to apply this load to the crank through the pedal unless the pedal bearings are faulty.

5 : Crank axis torque –  This load is always present since the pedal ce ntreline is necessarily offset from the crank.

6 : Side torque –  This torque bends the crank towards or away from the frame. This load is highest when the rider’s weight acts downward on the pedal when the pedal is at its lowest point.

Control in Manufacturing

Accuracy in Processing

An accurate power meter is only one half of the equation, the ability to transmit and process the data is equally important.  Again InfoCrank leads the way.

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